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  • CFSCC welcomes new commander, high expectations set for combined space operations

    Just over a year after its activation, the Combined Force Space Component Command welcomed its newest commander in front of a mask-donned gathering of CFSCC staff, community members, partner-nation representatives, and others, during change of command ceremony today at the Combined Space Operations Center. Maj. Gen. DeAnna Burt assumed command of the multinational, joint space operations arm of U.S. Space Command from Maj. Gen. John Shaw, who is set to receive his third star and move to Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., to be the deputy commander for U.S. Space Command.
  • Marine Corps commandant directs activation of space service component

    Gen. David H. Berger, Commandant of the Marine Corps, directed the activation of a new Marine Corps forces command subordinate to the newest unified combatant command, United States Space Command.
  • CMAFS SFS trains with Fire Department

    The Cheyenne Mountain Complex located on Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station poses unique challenges to all who work there. For the fire department, it provides them a chance to hone their subterranean, industrial and ventilation capabilities, according to Senior Master Sgt. David Webster, CMAFS deputy fire chief.
  • Delta 6 Participates in first Satellite Hacking Exercise

    Delta 6 space operators participated in the first satellite-hacking event, a collaborative exercise between government, industry, academic and commercial cybersecurity researchers to strengthen security in the space domain, Aug. 7-9, 2020.Hosted by the Department of the Air Force in partnership with the Defense Digital Service, the satellite
  • Doubling Down on Space Safety

    Recently, the Air Force Safety Center transferred the Space Safety Division to the United States Space Force as one of the first blended organizations in the Department.
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