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  • Guardians prevent wildfire in Manitou Springs

    Off-duty U.S. Space Force Guardians assigned to Space Delta 6 – Cyberspace Operations, worked together to stop the spread of a wildfire near the Incline in Manitou Springs, Colorado, Nov. 9, 2022.
  • Kaena Point – The watchers on Oahu

    Chancy Cabrea, Space Delta 6 – Cyberspace Operations, Satellite Control Network maintainer, is reflected in the equipment panels of an operations floor at Kaena Point Space Force Station, Hawaii, Sept. 13, 2022. The Kaena Point Satellite Tracking Station was renamed to reflect its role in the U.S. Space Force in June 2021. (U.S. Space Force photo
  • Space Force reveals official song: ‘Semper Supra’

    The U.S. Space Force, the newest military branch established in 2019, has officially adopted its own song titled, "Semper Supra" that was unveiled during the 2022 Air Force Association Air, Space and Cyber Conference in National Harbor, Maryland, Sept. 20.
  • Having a blast with the 21st EOD flight

    Members of the 21st and 302nd Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordinance Disposal Flights conducted training and evaluations on shape charge effects and low order demolition techniques at the demolition range on the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, Aug. 10, 2022.
  • Chief's Corner: CMSgt Karmann Pogue

    It’s been under a year since the Chief of Space Operations, Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, unveiled the Guardian Ideal, the Guardian Commitment, and the U.S. Space Force core values of Character, Connection, Commitment, and Courage. As the nation’s smallest and newest service, we expect a lot of our leaders, and even more so from our smaller top 1% of the enlisted force, the chief master sergeants. Currently, in the USSF, there are roughly 50 chiefs serving, Airmen and Guardians combined.
  • CSAF visits the Arctic Circle

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr., and his wife, Sharene, visited Thule Air Base, Greenland, July 16 to 17 to engage with Airmen and Guardians who play a vital role in mutual defense and space superiority.
  • Space Delta 8 gains new commander

    U.S. Space Force Lt. Gen. Stephen N. Whiting, Commander of Space Operations Command, passes the Space Delta 8 - Satellite Communication and Navigation Warfare guidon to incoming DEL 8 commander, U.S. Space Force Col. David A. Pheasant, at Schriever Space Force Base, Colorado, July 7, 2022. Pheasant assumed command from outgoing DEL 8 commander, U.S. Space Force Col. Matthew E. Holston. DEL 8 provides satellite-based communication and the world’s gold standard for positioning, navigation and timing signals, commonly known as GPS. (U.S. Space Force Photo by Lekendrick Stallworth)
  • Vosler Celebrates the first ever all-Guardian SNCO Graduating class

    The first all-Guardian senior noncommissioned officer class graduated from the Vosler NCO Academy during a ceremony at the Hub on Peterson Space Force Base, June 30, 2022.
  • Chief's Corner: CMSgt Christopher Hurst

    Can you imagine a world without the internet? It was only 52 years ago Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn had the foresight to turn an idea of the internet into a reality. Without their ideas there would be no GPS, Amazon or late night infomercials.This is just one of a thousand examples of people using their intellect and voices to bring about change.As the
  • Delta 3, folded in tradition

    Space Electromagnetic Warfare’s tradition of folding flags, to be taken on their team’s deployments dates, back over 20 years to one of DEL 3’s predecessor, the 76th Space Control Squadron.
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