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  • In Good Hands: Schriever Fire Department

    In the early hours of March 4, U.S. Space Force Capt. Chris Crayon called the Schriever fire department’s emergency dispatcher due to his pregnant wife Sarah Crayon complaining of staggering abdominal pains.
  • Space Operations Command Space Symposium 38 Speaker Series: Delta 15

    Space Delta 15 Commander Col. Stephen Lyon provided a mission brief during the 38th Space Symposium at the Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Colo., April 18, 2023. Lyon discussed DEL 15's mission to provide service command-and-control (C2) capability, mission ready crew forces, skills training, certifications, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), and support and cyber mission defense, and special mission support to the Joint Task Force-Space Defense and its National Space Defense Center. (US. Space Force photo by SSgt Jose A. Rodriguez Jr)
  • CSpO Principals Board Gathers in Colorado Springs

    Participants in the Combined Space Operations Initiative (CSpO) Principals Board pose for a picture April 17, 2023, in Colorado Springs, Colo.
  • USSPACECOM Hosts Panel Discussion

    U.S. Space Force Brig. Gen. Brian Sidari, U.S. Space Command director of intelligence, U.S. Space Force Brig. Gen. Todd Moore, U.S. Space Training and Readiness Command deputy commander, Barbara Golf, Strategic Advisor to the U.S. Space Force for Space Domain Awareness, John Lombardi, U.S. Space Command senior defense intelligence analysis and Christopher Gentry, U.S. Space Command Capability and Resource Integration directorate chief of staff, engage in a panel discussion on Space Domain Awareness during the 38th annual Space Symposium classified day, April 17, 2023, in Colorado Springs, Colo.
  • Delta 3's Quick Reaction Force Crucible Summit

    On April 6, Space Delta 3's Quick Reaction Force summited Mt. Muscoco with a developmental Electromagnetic Warfare system—a 4-mile out and back hike with 1,292 ft. elevation gain.The Crucible event, consisting of 12 members from DEL 3 and the DEL 3 Commander, served as the final training requirement to join the premier EW team.During this event,