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Department of the Air Force completes USSPACECOM draft environmental assessment
The Department of the Air Force has completed the draft environmental assessment of the preferred alternative and other five reasonable alternatives for U.S. Space Command headquarters as required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The draft document was made available July 13 for a 30-day public comment period in accordance with the
Air Force hosts service chiefs to discuss JADC2
The meeting focused on the Defense Department’s progress and projections for JADC2 in order to identify opportunities for the services to align their developmental efforts and to identify the obstacles that may frustrate moving forward to achieve the objectives of JADC2 in support of the joint force.
USSF announces Interservice Transfer Opportunities
The U.S. Space Force is accepting FY23 Interservice Transfer Program (IST) applications from June 15–30, 2022. The IST allows qualified individuals from other Uniformed Services to apply for transfer to active duty in the United States Space Force to fill select career fields. In order to be eligible, all applicants must meet the eligibility
Department of the Air Force selects 460 Guardians for promotion in the 22S7, 22S6 and 22S5 cycles; lists post June 14
Department of the Air Force officials have selected 267 Space Force specialist 4s for promotion to sergeant, 109 sergeants for promotion to technical sergeant and 84 technical sergeants for promotion to master sergeant in the 22S7, 22S6 and 22S5 promotion cycles.
U.S. Space Force selects Arizona State University for partnership
The U.S. Space Force and Arizona State University signed an agreement here Tuesday making ASU the newest member of the service’s University Partnership Program.USSF Chief Technology and Innovation Officer Dr. Lisa Costa joined ASU President Michael M. Crow on the Tempe campus to finalize the agreement and to learn more about ASU space initiatives
‘Power of partnerships’: SECDEF gives commencement speech to AF Academy’s Class of 2022
Secretary of Defense Austin gives commencement speech to Class of '22.
Service Members, Civilians Recognized for Sexual Assault Prevention, Victim Support
The Defense Department recognized the recipients of the Liz Blanc Exceptional SARC of the Year Award and the Promoting Excellence in Prevention Award.
USSF releases grooming, uniform policy updates
In a Space Force Guidance Memorandum published today, the Space Force announced updates to grooming and uniform policy that reflect the nation’s sixth service identity and culture.The image Guardians present in uniform is a symbol of service identify and culture, and Guardians at all levels contributed to defining these updates to ensure all
Space Rapid Capabilities Office awards $1.4B effort to BlueHalo
The Space Rapid Capabilities Office competitively awarded an Other Transaction Agreement for the Satellite Communications Augmentation Resource program to BlueHalo, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for $1.4 billion May 21, 2022. SCAR will address the critical U.S. Space Command requirement to rapidly, responsively and affordably augment satellite
AFGSC brings Project Tuskegee, B-1B Lancer to Maxwell AFB
Maxwell Air Force Base hosted an Air Force Global Strike Command Project Tuskegee event May 12, with more than 200 students from the local area touring a B-1B Lancer and interacting with the crew.