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  • Space Delta 2 welcomes newest USSF Guardians

    Tech Sgt. Shaneka Hunter, 71st Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance noncommissioned officer in charge of cyber intelligence, transfers into the U.S. Space Force at Peterson Air Force Base, Feb. 5, 2021. Hunter is the first female African American to transfer into the USSF in Space Delta 2. (U.S. Space Force photo by Airman Ryan Prince)
  • SpOC commander visits Delta 2

    Lt. Gen. Stephen Whiting, Space Operations Command commander, attends a Delta 2 mission briefing with DEL 2 leadership Jan. 11, 2021. In order to follow social distancing protocols, the briefing was conducted mostly through teleconferencing and virtual calls. (U.S. Space Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexis Christian)
  • USSPACECOM commander visits Deltas 2, 3

    Space Delta 2 leadership greet U.S. Army Gen. James H. Dickinson, commander, U.S. Space Command, Jan. 12, 2021, at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. Dickinson visited DEL 2 as part of a tour of the Deltas across the U.S. Space Force. DEL 2 is one of eight mission-oriented Deltas within the USSF prepares, and presents assigned and attached forces
  • As the USSF celebrates its first birthday, Space Flag 21-1 concludes as its premier advanced training

    As the United States Space Force celebrates its first birthday on Dec. 20, the tenth iteration of Space Flag, SF 21-1, concludes successfully in Colorado Springs, Dec. 18.Aligned with the Chief of Space Operations Planning Guidance published earlier this year, Space Flag provides training beyond mission system awareness and offers participants the
  • Faces of Space – TSgt Matthew Molosz

    When someone pictures a U.S. Space Force professional, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t Clark Kent from the Superman comics. However, for Lt. Col. Damian Ochs, the 21st Operations Support Squadron superintendent, that is exactly how he would describe Tech Sgt. Matthew Molosz, a Delta 2 space domain awareness evaluator and special projects manager.
  • From space traffic monitoring to human space flight rescue, Vandenberg units provide integral support to NASA missions

    Since 1958, the Department of Defense has provided human space flight support to NASA. This legacy of partnership and support continues today, and has grown to include a wide joint and international military presence. At Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Combined Force Space Component Command (CFSCC) and its subunit the Combined Space Operations Center (CSpOC) provide a variety of support to NASA missions, while also exemplifying how partnering with other military services and allies can benefit all.
  • Faces of Space – TSgt Ana Afonso

    Born in Galveston, Texas, and the second in her family to serve in the U.S. military, the non-commissioned officer-in-charge of the plans division in Space Delta 2 decided to join the U.S. Air Force in 2011 and later re-enlisted into the U.S. Space Force earlier this year.
  • Eglin squadron joins Space Force

    20th Space Control Squadron members sworn in Sept. 3.
  • Delta 2 Members Inducted into Space Force

    Delta 2 enlisted members recite the oath of enlistment during a transfer ceremony Oct. 2, 2020, on Peterson Air Force Base. The ceremony inducted select officer and enlisted space professionals to transfer into the U.S. Space Force. Delta 2’s mission is to execute combat-ready space domain awareness operations to deter aggression and ultimately
  • 18 SPCS now predicts debris-on-debris collisions in space, enhancing Space Domain Awareness for all

    For the first time, the Combined Force Space Component Command’s 18th Space Control Squadron began publically sharing data for debris-on-debris conjunction predictions via, Sept. 24. Previously, the 18 SPCS only released debris-on-active satellite conjunction prediction data publically due to limited conjunction screening and reporting capacity. Through a project titled Reduction of Conjunction Assessment Processing (ReCAP), 18 SPCS personnel reduced the daily number of legacy low to no-risk early conjunction reporting to satellite owners and operators by more than 30 percent. Additionally, the 18 SPCS increased the total number of objects screened daily by more than 350 percent.

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