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Senate Passes Resolution Urging Selection of Ohio as the U.S. Space Command Headquarters

June 24, 2020
Bob D. Hackett News
COLUMBUS—The Senate passed Senate Concurrent Resolution 15 today, sponsored by State Senator Bob Hackett (R-London) urging the federal government to select Ohio for the permanent headquarters of the United States Space Command.

Ohio has played an instrumental role in major aviation and aerospace advancements throughout the last century and is home to the Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, and the NASA Glenn Research Center. “The Dayton region is the ideal place for the U.S. Space Command headquarters,” said Hackett. “We will do all we can to strengthen and expand this industry right here where it all began, the birthplace of aviation and the future of aerospace — Ohio.”

Senate Concurrent Resolution 15 will now be sent to the House for further consideration.