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two one , Yvonne musk space ships will go under review this month after the Pentagon said he will evaluate the certification for SpaceX launch vehicles to determine whether the U. S. Air Force complied with certain guidelines that's according to this memo dated Monday saying the inspector general will look at the falcon nine and falcon heavy the companies to see reusable rockets the certification with given to SpaceX in twenty fifteen a move that qualified the company to take on lucrative military contracts in a market dominated by Lockheed Martin and Boeing in December SpaceX launched a rocket carrying a military navigation satellite a huge victory for mosque and the company's first national security space mission for the U. S. the memo doesn't say what prompted the watchdog review but it's just one more headache for musk whose privately held company said last month it would cut its workforce by about ten percent citing quotes extraordinarily difficult challenges ahead