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Air Force recruits future space professionals
Air Force recruiters nationwide will launch future enlisted space professionals to Basic Military Training to fill Fiscal 2021 job opportunities.
Advanced Battle Management System field test brings Joint Force together across all domains during second onramp
In the latest exercise, known as an “onramp,” operators used ABMS to detect and defeat efforts to disrupt U.S. operations in space in addition to countering attacks against the U.S. homeland, including shooting down a cruise missile “surrogate” with a hypervelocity weapon.
AUAB Airmen make history as first deployed Space Force members
Enlisted and commissioned Airmen assigned to the 16th Expeditionary Space Control Flight and the 609th Air Operations Center joined the U.S. Space Force during enlistment and oath of office ceremonies at the Silent Sentry compound Sept. 1, 2020.
2.4k Airmen to transfer into Space Force beginning Sept. 1
Beginning Sept. 1 and continuing throughout the fall, more than 2,400 active-duty Airmen in space operations (13S) and space systems operations (1C6) career fields will transfer into the U.S. Space Force in public and private ceremonies across the globe.
Thinking outside the box – RCO delivers Department of the Air Force capabilities
Today, less than 200 personnel assigned to the Department of the Air Force Rapid Capabilities office rapidly develop capabilities to outpace and counter the increasing threats of adversaries.
U.S. Space Command continues to make history with senior enlisted leader change of responsibility
After only one week since the historic change of command, U.S. Space Command continued its steady pace of firsts with the command senior enlisted leader change of responsibility today.
Space Force issues service-specific uniform guidance
In it’s first-ever Space Force Guidance Memorandum, the Space Force issued detailed service-specific guidance on the wear of the operational camouflage pattern uniform today.
Raymond and Space Force enter new, ambitious phase as U.S. Space Command changes leaders
In a ceremony that was both crisp and solemn, Army Gen. James H. Dickinson took the reins Aug. 20 of U.S. Space Command, and in the process further cemented space’s ever-enlarging importance in national defense and in countless familiar acts of everyday life.
Space Flag, the premier exercise for training space forces, successfully concludes for the first time under STAR Delta Provisional
Space Flag, the tactical-focused exercise for space warfighters, successfully concluded its ninth exercise iteration (Space Flag 20-3) at the Boeing Virtual Warfare Center in Colorado Springs Aug. 21. This was the first Space Flag exercise completed as part of the new Space Training and Readiness (STAR) Delta Provisional.
First female general officer promotes, transfers to Space Force
In a significant milestone for the nation’s newest armed service, Lt. Gen. Nina Armagno became the first female officer to promote to three-star general and transfer into the U.S. Space Force during a ceremony at the Pentagon, Aug. 17.