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  • DEL 5 ISRD operations superintendent wins William O. Studeman award

    A Space Delta 5 (DEL 5) Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) operations superintendent recently was notified of their accomplishment of winning the William O. Studeman award early this month. The winner, U.S. Space Force Master Sgt. Josef Margetiak, was selected for this award amongst early- and mid-career military members across the DoD for his contributions over the last 3-to-5 years to his unit’s mission, intelligence and national security communities, and national level impacts.
  • STARCOM Guardian recognized as one of USSF’s best

    Tech. Sgt. Jake Harris grew up in a community just outside the gates of Warner Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, where he was surrounded by patriotism. This sense of patriotism was fostered by many active-duty and retired military members who were his leaders, coaches, and role models through his participation in various organizations such as his church, scouts, sports, and school leadership councils.
  • President signs National Defense Authorization Act into law

    President Joe Biden has signed the Fiscal 2023 National Defense Authorization Act into law, allotting $816.7 billion to the Defense Department. 
  • Space Force Senior Leaders visit Guardians standing watch at Thule AB

    Chief of Space Operations Gen. Chance Saltzman and Chief Master Sgt. of the Space Force Roger A. Towberman embarked on a two-day visit to Thule Air Base, Greenland, Dec. 21-22, 2022.
  • Operation Warm Heart – A chance at hope

    It started slowly at first, the self-doubt and depression. The feelings of isolation and hopelessness began to grow … Then it hit me all at once like a speeding train. The pills in my medicine cabinet seemed to call out my name, and I began to count them, imagining the calm and silence that would follow if I swallowed each one.