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Charity Weeden is a 23-year veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force where she served as operator, manager, and diplomat for air and space applications in various posts. Her last assignment in the Canadian Armed Forces was as Assistant Attaché of Air & Space Operations at the Embassy of Canada in Washington, DC, liaising with the U.S. Government and Embassy space community. Weeden has also held positions at the Canadian Space Agency, NORAD and USNORTHCOM Headquarters, and U.S. Air Force Space Command, where she was responsible for providing analysis of U.S. Space Surveillance Network satellite observations. She started her Air Force career as a long-range maritime patrol Air Navigator on the CP-140 Aurora, conducting sovereignty operations in the North, fishery and pollution patrols, search and rescue operations, and submarine tracking. Weeden now works in the space industry from Washington, DC. 

Weeden is a graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada (BEng) and the University of North Dakota (MSc). She has also participated in certificate programs at both the Brookings Institute (Policy Strategy) and the International Space University.


RECENT PUBLICATIONS BY CHARITY WEEDEN

Making space sustainable will advance Biden’s agenda
In defense of regulation
Modernizing Continental Intelligence, Surveillance And Reconnaissance

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by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, October 18, 2021

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by Bill Kelly (feat. Stephen Nagy), Global News Radio, October 18, 2021

Railroad venture boosts number of oil trains in Minnesota

by Mike Hughlett (feat. Kevin Birn), Star Tribune, October 17, 2021

As Indo-Pacific strategies move forward, little known about Canada’s plans

by Jeremy Nuttall (feat. Stephen Nagy), Toronto Star, October 16, 2021


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