Under this award, Swales will develop a preliminary design for the Operationally Responsive Space Modular Bus (ORSMB) in an effort to demonstrate modular spacecraft bus standards, interfaces and processes to meet the Department of Defense's Joint Warfighting Space (JWS) goal that seeks rapid, low-cost space assets launched to support tactical military needs.
What does JWS stand for?
JWS stands for Joint Warfighting Space (US DoD warfighter concept integrating responsive space assets to battle theater)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The chief of staff of the Air Force has asked us to look at a thing called joint warfighting space, which is a unique way of looking at what can we tailor at the tactical level of war for the theater commanders to augment what they don't have from, say, a national system.
Many are linked, like the Joint Warfighting Space initiative which is designed to make space systems more responsive and available to the theater commander, and the on-going Tanker Analysis of Alternatives, which touches on both rapid global mobility and global attack.
Along with this integration we are introducing the notion of how we do this better in space with a program we call Joint Warfighting Space.