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Six months after the Trump administration spurned Colorado as the permanent home for U.S. Space Command, a campaign to reverse the decision to send it to Huntsville, Ala., continues to grow.
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U.S. Space Command's top general admitted to a congressional committee that an expensive secure communications network to connect the headquarters to the Pentagon and other installations would have to be built if it moves from Colorado to Huntsville, Ala.
When former President Donald Trump awarded the permanent basing of U.S. Space Command headquarters to Alabama, where he had some of his highest approval ratings, in his final week in office, he yanked the command from front-runner Colorado Springs. In so doing, he triggered a pair of government investigations that lawmakers say could ultimately doom Trump's decision.
America is ready to fight on the ground, but a report from the Government Accountability Office this month offers a worrying assessment of the military's preparedness everywhere else.
Local leaders including Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers inked a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, urging him to keep U.S. Space Command in Colorado Springs, overturning a January Trump administration decision to uproot it and send its 1,400 troops to Alabama.