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  • Wings Over The Rockies Unveils Space Force Exhibit for Space Force Birthday

    The Buckley Garrison command team, along with retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. John Barry, current president and CEO of the Wings over the Rockies Air and Space Museum cut the ribbon at the new U.S. Space Force exhibit in Denver, Colorado, Dec., 17, 2021. The exhibit celebrates the innovations and history of the Space Force as its own service
  • Visiting Thule Air Base at the Top of the World

    This month I had the privilege of joining Space Operations Command Commander Lt. Gen. Stephen Whiting, Senior Enlisted Leader Chief Bentavegna and other senior leaders to visit our Airmen and Guardians serving at Thule Air Base, Greenland, the Department of Defense’s Northern-most installation.This was my first time visiting Thule, an Air Base
  • SpOC leadership visit Thule Air Base

    Lt. Gen. Stephen N. Whiting, Space Operations Command commander, Chief Master Sgt. John Bentivegna, SpOC senior enlisted leader, from the SpOC command team, visit Thule Air Base, Greenland, Dec. 16 and 17, 2021.
  • CSO and CMSSF visit Buckley SFB

    U.S. Space Force Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, Chief of Space Operations, joined by Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force Roger A. Towberman, visits with members of Buckley Garrison in the Leadership Development Center at Buckley Space Force Base, Colo., Dec. 22, 2021. Buckley Garrison delivers unrivaled combat support to its Joint mission
  • Space Force website launches on service’s 2nd anniversary

    The U.S. Space Force public website is going live as the newest service marks its second anniversary. SpaceForce.com is now the site where future Guardians can find everything they need to know about careers such as space operations, cyber, intelligence, acquisitions and engineering.
  • AFRL announces winners of Space University Research Initiative funding opportunity

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, via its basic research office, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, announced December 17, the winners of the newly established Space University Research Initiative (SURI) program – a first step in improving the transition of critical concepts from academia into revolutionary new military technologies for the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force (USSF).
  • Fielding event marks end of radar construction by Army engineers in Alaska

    At a military installation tucked along a remote stretch of two-lane highway in Interior Alaska, officials recently celebrated the achievement of a major milestone with a fielding event for a newly constructed long range-discrimination radar on Dec. 6.
  • CFSCC Spotlight: CSpOC Specialist represents Guardian Ideal

    When Specialist 4 Quineaja Davis enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 2018, she did not foresee that she’d join the U.S. Space Force just two years later. However, in many ways, it seems like being a future leader in the Space Force was always in the cards. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)
  • DEL 3 receives “Best Mission Delta”

    U.S. Space Force Col. Christopher Fernengel, Space Delta 3 - Space Electromagnetic Warfare commander, accepts the award for “Best Missions Delta” from USSF Lt. Gen. Stephen Whiting, Space Operations Command commander, at Peterson Space Force Base, Colorado, Dec. 13, 2021. Some of the delta’s accomplishments include creating the first ever exchange
  • Air Force announces Spark Tank 2022 semi-finalists

    A panel of nearly 30 subject matter experts from across the Department of the Air Force met Nov. 16, 2021 at the Basic Research Innovation and Collaboration Center (BRICC) in Arlington, Virginia and via a virtual teleconferencing platform to conduct the Spark Tank 2022 (ST22) Quarter Finals. “Spark Tank is the Department’s take on the television show Shark Tank and is designed to recognize the great work our Airmen and Guardians put into overcoming performance obstacles and making our services more capable,” said William ‘Brou’ Gautier, Spark Tank Director. “The goal of the Quarter Finals round was to narrow the 184 ideas submitted for ST22 down to the top 15 ideas that will advance to the Semi Finals,” he said.
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