So Air Combat Command a couple of years ago, and I was involved in it, did a study called The Day Without Space.
It still makes me angry every time I think about that title because there is no such thing as a day without space.
From a military perspective, a day without space
would mean we have no effective long-haul communications, thus precluding direct command and control with our joint and coalition partners and ensuring a limited reach-back capability," the general wrote.
The Army is growing a cadre of space officers, and they make it a point to remind people how dreadful it would be to have "a day without space