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U.S. Space Forces - Korea

 

U.S. Space Forces - Korea

U.S. Space Forces – Korea (SPACEFOR-KOR) was activated as a U.S. Space Force field component under U.S. Space Forces Indo-Pacific and assigned to the U.S. Forces Korea sub-unified command, Dec. 14, 2022. SPACEFOR-KOR provides space planning and employment expertise, as well as space command and control to the USFK commander. The component’s cadre of space Guardians work with allies and partners to integrate space activities into shared operations, activities, and investments. The unit is headquartered at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, maximizing the synergy between the 7th Air Force headquarters and the 607th Air Operations Center. USSF service components integrate at the component level and provide combatant commanders a subordinate space commander, organic space planning and employment expertise, and space command and control that is focused on the joint force’s operational warfighting priorities and requirements.

MISSION

Generate Cross-Component Space Combat capabilities to meet warfighter needs in support of the ROK-U.S. Alliance’s continuing advantage.

PRIORITIES

• Advance Domain Awareness

• Strengthen the Alliance

• Lead Cross-Component Integration

• Develop Guardians & Families

VALUES

• Character

• Connection

• Commitment 

• Courage

 

 

U.S. Space Forces - Korea Leadership

U.S. Space Forces - Korea

Commander

Lt. Col. Joshua McCullion

U.S. Space Forces - Korea

Command Senior Enlisted Leader

MSgt. Shawn L. Stafford