On Earth as it is in Heaven (including weapons).
While delivering a speech at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence promised the American people that under President Donald Trump, the United States will control the heavens—presumably, meaning space—as he said it does the world. "As we once again lead in space exploration we will continue to make the investments and presence in space to ensure the safety and security of the American people," Pence said. "Space is vital to our national security.
Space warfare is an area of increasing concern. The House Armed Services Committee approved a proposal last week that would create a new branch of the military called the Space Corps, which would work to monitor satellites and ward off cyber threats.
In addition to addressing national security concerns, Pence also promised the U.S. would tackle new challenges in space that focused less on dominating the heavens and more on exploring them."We will beat back any disadvantage that our lack of attention has placed and America will once again lead in space," Pence said. "We will return our nation to the moon, we will go to Mars and we will still go further to places that our children's children can only imagine.
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