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Cort Thompson served in several roles in the U.S. Army, including as a judge advocate, a military intelligence officer, and an enlisted MQ-5B Hunter UAS operator and mission commander. His publication in Southern Methodist University’s Journal of Air Law and Commerce, “Avoiding Pyrrhic Victories in Orbit: A Need for Anti-Satellite Arms Control in the 21st Century,” was selected as an American Society of International Law’s Richard Baxter Military Prize winner. The views expressed are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of any other organization.
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