ULA CEO: Here’s how we beat SpaceX for Space Force’s big contract

Tory Bruno fully expected his company to win inclusion in the U.S. Space Force’s selection of two rocket businesses to launch military space missions through 2027.

The CEO of Centennial-based United Launch Alliance also wasn’t surprised that company received top grades in the bidding and won 60% of the launches — a contract potentially worth billions of dollars.

What surprised Bruno was that the first three missions awarded under the new Space Force contract revealed Aug. 6 — three similar,…

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