If USSF-44 does launch next month (which seems to be the case given some hints I've been given) then that mission they talk about is USSF-67 which is currently NET mid-December. Those same side boosters would then be used on USSF-52 next year
B1066 and B1068 are the 'oldest' two FH center cores waiting for flight?
Falcon HEAVY!!!!Range patch for the USSF-67 launch currently slated for 12/2022.#SpaceX #FalconHeavy
https://twitter.com/booster_buddies/status/1572772088804675584QuoteFalcon HEAVY!!!!Range patch for the USSF-67 launch currently slated for 12/2022.#SpaceX #FalconHeavy
Quote from: FutureSpaceTourist on 09/22/2022 05:41 amhttps://twitter.com/booster_buddies/status/1572772088804675584QuoteFalcon HEAVY!!!!Range patch for the USSF-67 launch currently slated for 12/2022.#SpaceX #FalconHeavyInteresting. So the main payload is another CBAS (Continuous Broadcast Augmenting SATCOM) communications/relay satellite.The first one was launched in 2018 on an Atlas-5(551) on the AFSPC 11 mission.https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/cbas.htm
The Space Force said its USSF-67 mission, which the military says will launch into geosynchronous orbit like USSF-44, is currently scheduled for January.
The next military mission to fly on a Falcon Heavy rocket, named USSF-67, will launch the LDPE 3 spacecraft and a Space Force communications satellite in tandem. That launch is scheduled for January, and will use the same Falcon Heavy side boosters flown on the USSF-44 mission, assuming a successful recovery on the landing zones at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, the Space Force said.
SpaceX site seems to suggest this is still tracking this year:
This is the second of three missions for the LDPE program. The first mission launched aboard STP-3 in December 2021 and LDPE-3A is scheduled to launch with USSF-67 in December of 2022.
Meanwhile, an October 31st press release from SSC says... January 2023 Two weeks after they said December 2022. Who knows! I reached out to clarify, will update if I get a response.https://www.ssc.spaceforce.mil/Connect-With-Us/Media-Room
SSC (via Assured Access To Space / Launch Enterprise team) says USSF-67 is currently slated for January 2023.
https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1588221646166380544?s=20&t=S5OD6M6JIesU1rS6rau9jAA grey 2nd stage on left in 1st image for USSF-67 or Viasat 3
Successful USSF-44 Launch ‘Sign of What’s to Come’“We’re launching two satellites within 70 days of one another, which is fantastic from a program perspective,” Rupp said.
Quote from: gongora on 12/06/2022 11:27 pmSuccessful USSF-44 Launch ‘Sign of What’s to Come’“We’re launching two satellites within 70 days of one another, which is fantastic from a program perspective,” Rupp said.This implies that the USSF-67 launch target is no later than January 10th.