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  • Seven Nations Meet to Address Space Security

    The Department of Defense participated in the annual Combined Space Operations (CSpO) Initiative Principals Board, hosted by the New Zealand Defense Force and New Zealand Ministry of Defense, December 6-8.
  • DEL 3 captain earns USSF Polaris Award for Courage

    U.S. Space Force Capt. Victoria Garcia, Space Delta 3 – Space Electromagnetic Warfare chief of the mission planning cell, was awarded the first-ever U.S. Space Force annual Polaris Award for Courage at Vandenberg Space Force Base, Nov. 18, 2022.   
  • Cross-Banding Successfully Connects Communications Between DoD’s Modern MUOS Communication System and Legacy UHF SATCOM System

    Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific (NIWC PA) personnel successfully completed a cross-banding demonstration which successfully connected legacy 5kHz Ultra High Frequency (UHF) military satellite communications (SATCOM) channel operators with the Department of Defense’s (DoD) modern Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) Wideband Code Division Multiple Assets (WCDMA) group operators.
  • Department of the Air Force recognizes National Mentoring Month

    The Department of the Air Force will promote and cultivate a mentoring culture to show Airmen and Guardians how mentoring can help maximize their full potential in January 2023 following President Biden’s proclamation on Dec 30, 2022. The theme this year is: “Love your mentoring journey.”  The DAF values mentorship as an enterprise imperative and
  • A connection between past and present: 12th DOS embraces opportunity to shape unit identity

    A military unit’s tradition, history, and lineage are all important factors that help shape its identity and culture. These elements can provide a sense of connection to the past, as well as a source of inspiration and motivation for its members. For many units, their history and lineage span generations of service members. Some even dating back to the pre-Revolutionary War. But what does it look like to establish a unit’s identity from the beginning?
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