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On Sept 5, 2019, a Space Futures conference was hosted by the US Air Force Space Command which analyzed evolving conditions in space up to 2060. Eight possible negative and positive futures were identified, the optimal being a “Star Trek Future” which would involve countries with space programs forming a multinational alliance collaborating in civil, military, and commercial affairs in space.

Today, the emergence of Space Force, signing of the Artemis Accords, and creation of NATO’s Space Center promise to usher in this Star Trek scenario. Such a future is not assured however due to the existence of uncooperative rival space programs of China and Russia. Could one or both launch a Space Pearl Harbor that could devastate the entire US GPS system, as predicted 20 years ago by a blue-ribbon Space Commission? Also, there is the wildcard of numerous secret space programs possessing reverse-engineered antigravity craft, will their space activities pose major challenges to a Star Trek future. Will Space Force be able to integrate the US based secret space programs or will these and their foreign counterparts be obstacles to its future operations?

How will the existence of extraterrestrial life will factor into the activities of Space Force and its allies space forces. Will the ETs respond in a benign or a belligerent way to Space Force setting up a multinational space coalition to militarily project humanity’s presence far into our solar system and beyond? How will a future “Starfleet” with Space Force and NATO at its core have to deal with rogue secret space programs and alien life operating throughout our solar system? The US Navy secret space program reportedly has space battle groups, under what conditions will the Navy surrender authority over them to combine with Space Force?

Space Force: Our Star Trek Future provides answers to these and many other critical questions about humanity’s bold emergence as an interplanetary space power.

©2021 Michael Salla (P)2021 Michael Salla

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  • Clinton Lee
  • 21-07-21

Amazing Intel

You must read this book multiple times and ponder the possibilities. Micheal did a great job delivering the information and help me connect more dots in UFOlogy.

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  • chunkster87
  • 10-12-21

Crazy Conspiracies

Either the author is correct and knows way more than the average person, or he’s gone completely insane. Your reaction to this book will depend on your susceptibility to, or belief in, conspiracy theories.

I was just looking for an informational book about Space Force, not the crazy conspiracies about galactic slave trade, space lasers used to start forest fires in California, or the time-traveling military origins of the Star Trek tv show presented as facts in the book.

It is written in coherent English and does a decent job of presenting the evolution of the new Space Force, but the frequent digressions into far-out conspiracy land were too much.

But then again, maybe this not-great review is left by an agent of the deep state to prevent the sheeple from learning the truth?

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  • 04-12-21

The story evokes gutteral responses.

Altogether too plausible and real. A lot to unpack yet remains. Not dissapointing, and provocative.