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  • 45th Space Wing

    The 45th Space Wing has more than 30 major mission partners and tenants at Patrick SFB and Cape Canaveral SFS.
  • Advanced Extremely High Frequency System (AEHF)

    The Advanced Extremely High Frequency System (AEHF) is a joint service satellite communications system that provides survivable, global, secure, protected, and jam-resistant communications for high-priority military ground, sea and air assets.
  • Air Force Space Command

    Air Force Space Command, activated Sept. 1, 1982, was a major command with headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. AFSPC provided military focused space capabilities with a global perspective to the joint warfighting team.
  • Buckley Garrison

    The Buckley Garrison located at Buckley AFB, Colorado, is a Space Force unit that serves Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve and retired personnel throughout the Front Range community.  The Garrison falls under the direction of the Department of the Air Force and U.S. Space Force for its day-to-day operational mission supporting the National
  • COBRA DANE Radar

    The COBRA DANE radar is a single faced ground-based, L-band phased-array radar located in northern U.S. Indio-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) area of operations and operated by the U.S. Space Force.
  • Combined Force Space Component Command

    The CFSCC is commanded by Maj. Gen. DeAnna Burt with a mission to plan, integrate, conduct, and assess global space operations in order to deliver combat relevant space capabilities to Combatant Commanders, Coalition partners, the Joint Force, and the Nation. CFSCC plans and executes space operations through four (4) distinct and geographically dispersed operations centers, including: Combined Space Operations Center (CSpOC) at Vandenberg AFB, CA; Missile Warning Center (MWC) at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, CO; Joint Overhead Persistent Infrared Planning Center (JOPC) at Buckley AFB, CO; and Joint Navigation Warfare Center (JNWC) located at Kirtland AFB, NM. Additionally, the CFSCC executes tactical control over globally dispersed Air Force, Army, and Navy space units that command ground-based space capabilities and satellites in every orbital regime.
  • Defense Meteorological Satellite Program

    The Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) has been collecting weather data for U.S. military operations for more than five decades and provides assured, secure global weather and space weather data to support Department of Defense (DOD) operations.
  • Defense Support Program Satellites

    U.S. Space Force-operated Defense Support Program (DSP) satellites are a key part of North America's early warning systems. In their 22,300-mile, geosynchronous orbits, DSP satellites help protect the United States and its allies by detecting missile launches, space launches and nuclear detonations.
  • Fourteenth Air Force

    The Fourteenth Air Force (14 AF) was temporarily redesignated as the Space Operations Command Dec 20, 2019 when it's parent command, Air Force Space Command, was redesignated as the U.S. Space Force. In order to create more lean, agile force, the USSF's reorganized hierarchy did away with two echelons of command, one of which was the numbered Air Force. The organization currently known as SpOC will become "SpOC West" upon establishment of the larger USSF Field Command that will be know as the SpOC.
  • Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program

    Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program (GSSAP) satellites are a space-based capability operating in the near-geosynchronous orbit regime supporting U.S. Space Command space surveillance operations as a dedicated Space Surveillance Network (SSN) sensor.
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