McMillin: The Air Force should release documents surrounding Space Command’s move

The Denver Post: The Air Force is sticking by its decision — and the process that led to it — to move the headquarters of the U.S. Space Command from its temporary location in Colorado Springs to Huntsville, Alabama.

“Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, was selected as the preferred location because it compared more favorably across more factors and at a lower cost than any other candidate location,” Sarah Fiocco of the Air Force Press Desk said in an emailed response to questions.

But the Air Force continues to refuse to release the documents that show details of how it came to its decision because the decision is not final. And won’t be until sometime in 2022 when an environmental assessment of the Huntsville site is completed.

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