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  • Space Systems Command Guardians Providing STEM Outreach to Area Schools

    For the third year in a row, United States Space Force personnel, including Guardians from Space Systems Command (SSC), are visiting schools across the United States and around the world this month as part of the STEMtoSpace program.
  • 392d CTS completes its first USEUCOM-focused SPACE FLAG exercise

    The 392d Combat Training Squadron under Delta 1, Space Training and Readiness Command, completed SPACE FLAG 23-1, which provided combat training to both U.S. and Coalition forces. SPACE FLAG 23-1 ran from Dec. 5-16 and was the third Coalition SPACE FLAG and the 16th iteration of the SPACE FLAG exercise series. 23-1 was the first in the SPACE FLAG program to exercise combat tactics in a U.S. European Command scenario.
  • U.S. military, NASA relationship on display with Artemis 1 mission

    U.S. Space Command demonstrated the more than 50-year partnership between the Department of Defense and NASA through its support to the recovery and retrieval of the Artemis 1 Orion capsule Dec. 11.
  • STARCOM Publishes Foundational Doctrine on Sustainment

    Space Training and Readiness Command recently released its latest keystone-level Space Doctrine Publication – Space Doctrine Publication (SDP) 4-0, Sustainment – which articulates extant best practices and lessons learned for sustainment of space forces.
  • Space Force activates component field command for U.S. Forces Korea

    The U.S. Space Force officially activated and assigned U.S. Space Forces – Korea to the U.S. Forces Korea sub-unified command in a ceremony Dec. 14 here.
  • Delta 2 leverages Space Domain Awareness in support of Artemis I

    Guardians at Space Delta 2 honed their skills in Space Domain Awareness by supporting Artemis I’s 25-day, 1.4-million-mile mission.
  • VCSO visits Pittsburgh to kick off STEMtoSpace 2022

    Vice Chief of Space Operations Gen. David D. Thompson recently traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as part of a two-day civic engagement tour to further knowledge about the U.S. Space Force, advocate for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics education and visit academic institutions conducting research and development for space technologies.
  • Building lasting partnerships with ally Australia

    Director of Staff Lt. Gen. Nina Armagno recently traveled to Australia to meet with members of the Australia Space Operations to further discuss the unity of our forces with the common goal to expand defenses in the space domain.During their trip, the Space Force delegation was invited to attend the Last Post Ceremony of Australian Corporal
  • “Amelia Earhart” departs Buckley Space Force Base

    GPS III Space Vehicle (SV) 06 named “Amelia Earhart” for the United States Space Force was successfully moved from a Lockheed Martin facility in Denver, Colorado via the Buckley Space Force Base flightline, enroute to Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida on Oct. 24, 2022.
  • Space Force Presents Forces to U.S. Indo-Pacific Command

    The U.S. Space Force officially activated and assigned U.S. Space Forces, Indo-Pacific to the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command in a ceremony Nov. 22 at Camp H.M. Smith under the leadership of Brig. Gen. Anthony Mastalir.USSPACEFOR-INDOPAC is the service’s second component to present forces to a combatant command and the first to stand up at an overseas