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01 / 19 / 17

On Jan. 10, Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., released his 2017 Wastebook Porkemon, which highlighted the Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska (PSCA) and the recent contract with Missile Defense Agency as a waste of federal funding. It is my practice to not engage in public discourse with those who disregard facts to make allegations that serve little or no public benefit ; however, as president and CEO of Alaska Aerospace Corp., in this case it is imperative the facts be presented so the public may have accurate information from which to have educated discussions about the value PSCA provides to our state and nation in the 21st century.

12 / 07 / 16

ANCHORAGE (December 7, 2016): The Eisenhower Center for Space and Defense Studies held the tenth annual Space Forum at the United State Air Force Academy on December 6, 2016. The Space Forum facilitated discussions by Federal, State, and commercial companies to advance U.S. space capabilities. A special focus of this year's forum centered on public-private partnerships, private spaceflight, and state government and industry partnerships.

09 / 08 / 16

Kodiak Daily Mirror - By JOANN SNODERLY

In an address to the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly last week, Alaska Aerospace Corp. CEO Craig Campbell said there are currently no plans to cut off public access at Narrow Cape beyond what is needed for launches, but he stopped short of saying that commitment would continue should the company privatize.

09 / 01 / 16
Kodiak Camber Logo

On Saturday, August 13th, Alaska Aerospace Corporation and the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Pacific Spaceport Complex - Alaska (PSCA) commemorating completion of the rebuilding of damaged facilities caused by the launch failure in August 2014.

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08 / 15 / 16

KODIAK, AK. 

On Saturday, August 13th, Alaska Aerospace Corporation and the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Pacific Spaceport Complex - Alaska (PSCA) commemorating completion of the rebuilding of damaged facilities caused by the launch failure in August 2014.

07 / 06 / 16

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA:  The Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) recently hosted a delegation from Japan to view the Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA).  Led by the Honorable Hiroshi Imazu, member of the Japan Diet, House of Representatives and Chairman of the Space Policy Research Council (LDP), the delegation included representatives from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), National Space Policy Secretariat, Ministry of Defense, and a private sector aerospace company.  

04 / 21 / 16

Kodiak Daily Mirror - Joanne Snoderly

The Federal Aviation Administration’s Final Environmental Assessment has cleared the way for a new medium-lift launch pad at the Pacific Spaceport Complex, but the future of the project remains uncertain after state funding was placed on hold in late 2014.

The final EA comes after two draft assessments – one released in September 2014 and another released in December 2015. The final version includes responses to public comments on earlier drafts.

04 / 21 / 16
Craig E Campbell, AAC President and Chief Executive Officer, accepts the Space Foundation Corporate Member Recognition Award at the 32nd Space Symposium, Alaska Aerospace Corporation Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Mark Greby, discussing the benefits of operating from the Pacific Spaceport Complex - Alaska

ANCHORAGE - The Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) completed a highly successful exhibition at the 32nd Space Symposium in Colorado Springs.  The Space Symposium, sponsored by the Space Foundation, has become the nation’s premier space forum for the international commercial aerospace industry and government agencies.

04 / 19 / 16

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT/RECORD OF DECISION, FOR THE KODIAK LAUNCH COMPLEX LP-3 - KODIAK ISLAND, KODIAK ISLAND BOROUGH, ALASKA 

04 / 19 / 16
ANCHORAGE - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Office of Commercial Space Transportation has approved the Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) Environmental Assessment (EA) for construction of medium lift launch facilities at the Pacific Spaceport Complex - Alaska (PSCA).

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