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LIEUTENANT COLONEL SAMUEL J. MCCRAW, recently commanded the 76th Space Control Squadron, the Air Force’s first counterspace technology demonstration unit. During previous assignments, he helped acquire and test multiple cruise missiles as a structures, systems, and flight test engineer. After transitioning to the space community, Lieutenant Colonel McCraw wrote space doctrine and served on the Air Force Space Command Commander’s Action Group. He is currently slated for assignment to Pentagon in the National Security Space Office,Office of the Secretary of the Air Force. Lieutenant Colonel McCraw is a graduate of the Air Force’s School for Advanced Airpower Studies, Test Pilot School, Air War College by correspondence, Air Command and Staff College, and the Defense Systems Management College. He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in aeronautical engineering and a master’s degree in aerospace studies.
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Authored by CMDR Joanne M. Fish, LTC Samuel F. McCraw, COL Christopher J. Reddish.
The 2002 National Security Strategy (NSS) identified the proliferation, privatization, and acquisition of weapons of mass destruction by terrorist groups and rogue states as the critical nontraditional threat of the 21st century. The cite three different recommendations.