March Storm Washington Blitz – Part 2

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By Dale Skran, Chair, NSS Policy Committee

NSS is one of the sponsors of March Storm, a Washington DC Blitz event supporting a citizens; space agenda. The “talking points” slides for the March 2018 event can be found here:

Over the next few weeks we’ll be posting videos of the training session held March 11, 2018 for March Storm participants.

This post consists of four short videos featuring Dale Skran, NSS Executive Vice President and Chair of the NSS Policy Committee, reviewing the Alliance for Space Development (ASD) objectives and achievements of March Storm over the last three years. Below are links to these videos:

1. Dale Skran reviews past achievements of March Storm (3 minutes)

2. Dale Skran reviews past achievements of March Storm (1 minute)

3. Dale Skran reviews past achievements of March Storm (8 minutes)

4. Dale Skran reviews past achievements of March Storm (2 minutes)



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