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Rocket Lab establishes US ‘national security’ subsidiary

Kiwi-founded company promises to ‘deliver tailored capabilities that evolve as the nation’s needs do’.

Rocket Lab’s Electron launch vehicle arrives in Virginia ahead of the inaugural mission from Launch Complex 2.

Will Mace Mon, 05 Dec 2022

Rocket Lab has created a subsidiary to serve the defence and intelligence community of the United States government and its allies, and “deliver new and existing space capabilities for national security applications”.

The company, named Rocket Lab National Security LLC (RLNS), will “deliver

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