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Army Space Support

Imagery information is not just about GPS, global maps, ,or satellite communication. It's about getting that information from space, to the Soldiers on the ground in a timely, efficient manner-with you as the support link.

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  • I drew on a lot of my Army experience

    Lt. Col. Shane Kimbrough explains how his Army experiences helped him in his pre...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    I drew on a lot of my Army experience
    01:18
  • The Army has taught me how to be resourceful.

    Col. Douglas Wheelock walks you through how he had to use the problem-solving sk...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    The Army has taught me how to be resourceful.
    01:38
  • Army Space Support

    Imagery information is not just about GPS, global maps, ,or satellite communicat...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    Army Space Support
    01:05
  • Astronaut

    "A World Like No Other" introduces you to the job of astronaut in the Army.

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Army Aviation Space

    Astronaut
    01:43
  • It is a pretty great job to be an astronaut

    Col. Timothy Kopra talks about his experiences in the Army that lead him to beco...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Astronaut Space

    It is a pretty great job to be an astronaut
    01:27
  • What is it like in space

    Col. Timothy Kopra answers Anthony Harris from Costa Masa, California, who asks;...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    What is it like in space
    01:50
  • Joining the Army seems the right decision

    Col. Timothy Kopra answers Adam from Waxon, North Carolina, who asks; "Joining t...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    Joining the Army seems the right decision
    00:37
  • My efforts to figure out what I am doing in life. I want

    Col. Timothy Kopra answers Jonathon Johnson from North Chicago, Illinois, who as...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    My efforts to figure out what I am doing in life. I want
    01:03
  • I was wondering what it is like work on

    Col. Timothy Kopra answers Steven Warren from Tallahassee, Florida, who asks; "I...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    I was wondering what it is like work on
    00:33
  • How did you start your career, I am in high

    Col. Timothy Kopra answers Paige Lugwig from Fairdale, Washington, who asks; "Ho...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    How did you start your career, I am in high
    00:46
  • How do you stay mentally prepared for going

    Col. Timothy Kopra answers Karen Thermonfight from Cedar Park, Texas, who asks; ...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    How do you stay mentally prepared for going
    00:51
  • Infinite Possibilities

    Hear from Col. Tim Kopra what it\'s like to be Army Strong aboard the Internatio...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    Infinite Possibilities
  • Shooting a Bullet in Space

    Defending the US against inter-continental ballistic missile threats requires co...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Missile Defense

    Shooting a Bullet in Space
    01:06
  • Hi-tech space-oriented jobs

    Monitoring in-coming missiles in theaters of operations is an intricate dance be...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    Hi-tech space-oriented jobs
    01:00
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Army Space Support

Imagery information is not just about GPS, global maps, ,or satellite communication. It's about getting that information from space, to the Soldiers on the ground in a timely, efficient manner-with you as the support link.

An Army Space Support Team works directly with Corp or Division Joint Headquarters.
We provide Space situation awareness to war fighters without that situation awareness war fighters on the ground would be walking blind.
You're providing them quick much needed up to date technology, whether its imagery, whether its GPS, or satellite communications to make sure they get the information that they need when they need it. Our team is read to deploy, we meet all mission standards and we're certified on time.
It's better to work with a team because everybody's helping each other out. If I don't know something, I can go to the next Soldier and ask them. If they don't know something, they can come to me and ask me and I can help them out that way nobody's ever falling behind and everybody's working together. It's always changing; we're always learning new things. There's always going to be a need for satellite imagery. There's always going to be a need for maps. Before I came in I was working at odd end jobs and now I have a skill and I can use it and it's marketable.
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