GPS Ground System Gets Cybersecurity Upgrade, OCX Faces Setback

GPS Ground System Gets Cybersecurity Upgrade, OCX Faces Setback
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Until OCX is delivered, the Space Force will use the ground system known as Contingency Operations, or COps, made by Lockheed Martin.

WASHINGTON — An upgraded ground control system for the Global Positioning System constellation developed by Lockheed Martin has passed tests and is now being used to operate the satellites, the U.S. Space Force's Space and Missile Systems Center announced March 27.

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