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  • Public Health Directive #10

    Although we had seen vast improvement in the rate of positive COVID-19 cases, the vaccination rate has tapered in our local area, and with the emergence of a more transmissible variant, case rates are increasing. Effective immediately, Public Health Directive #10 is in effect across the installation. Here are some key highlights: - Vaccinations remains the best tool to protect against COVID-19 and decrease case rates - Implement DoD guidance on mask wear - Establishes the permissible gathering size of unvaccinated individuals, with exceptions for activities at the CDC, Youth Center, and Library Please consult with your chain of command to address any questions as to how this directive applies to your unit.
  • 30th Comptroller Squadron (30 CPTS)

    MissionProvide premier decision support and financial assistance to ensure indispensable launch, landing, and range capabilities for the Nation. OrganizationThe 30th Comptroller Squadron The 30th Comptroller Squadron provides financial management support to all units on Vandenberg SFB. The squadron is composed of the Financial Analysis Flight and
  • Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Space Launch Delta 30 (SLD 30/JA)

    The Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Space Launch Delta 30 (SLD 30/JA), advises commanders at Vandenberg Space Force Base on a wide range of legal issues, including administering the military justice program, as well as the claims program for the installation. Our team of uniformed and civilian attorneys and paralegals also maintains the mission-readiness of Team Vandenberg by operating the legal assistance program. This includes personal legal services with priority for our deploying airmen and guardians. These services include basic wills, advance health care directives, power of attorney instruments, and other initial legal consultations for our active duty service members and their dependents. Additional beneficiaries for free legal services are listed in 10 USC 1044. These beneficiaries may request legal assistance services by appointment on a space-available basis.
  • Combined Force Space Component Command

    As directed by the Commander of U.S. Space Command (USSPACECOM), two subordinate commands were established Aug. 29, 2019, to support the warfighting efforts of the command - the Joint Task Force Space Defense (JTF-SD), and the Combined Force Space Component Command (CFSCC). The CFSCC is commanded by Maj. Gen. DeAnna Burt with a mission to plan, integrate, conduct, and assess global space operations in order to deliver combat relevant space capabilities to Combatant Commanders, Coalition partners, the Joint Force, and the Nation. CFSCC plans and executes space operations through four distinct and geographically dispersed operations centers, including: Combined Space Operations Center (CSpOC) at Vandenberg Space Force Base, Calif.; Missile Warning Center (MWC) at Cheyenne Mountain Space Force Station, Colo.; Joint Overhead Persistent Infrared Planning Center (JOPC) at Buckley SFB, Colo.; and Joint Navigation Warfare Center (JNWC) located at Kirtland AFB, N.M. Additionally, the CFSCC executes tactical control over globally dispersed Air Force, Army, and Navy space units that command ground-based space capabilities and satellites in every orbital regime.
  • Chapel Services

    The Vandenberg AFB Chapel Team is here for you, as we navigate through the challenges of the COVID-19 together. Due to the health precautions the 30 SW is taking, the Chapel Team would like to offer following resources to help you with your spiritual resiliency during this time.
  • Vandenberg AFB Leave Policy - COVID-19

    On 29 June 2020, the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) issued Exemption of Authorized Leave for Department of Defense Service Members from Coronavirus Disease 2019 Personnel Movement and Travel Restrictions Exemption (SECDEF Memo), superseding prior guidance on the same subject. Personnel on Vandenberg AFB shall comply with all aspects of the SECDEF order, as it applies to them. This memorandum supersedes Vandenberg AFB Leave Policy, dated 20 May 2020, and will remain in effect until rescinded or superseded by higher authority.
  • Renewed Declaration of a Public Health Emergency on Vandenberg AFB

    On 20 March 2020, I declared a Public Health Emergency based on the public health situation involving Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). I have consulted with my Public Health Emergency Officer (PHEO) regarding the current status of COVID-19. Based on the PHEO’s recommendations and considering all circumstances, I am renewing my declaration of a public health emergency IAW AFI 10-2519, Public Health Emergencies and Incidents of Public Health Concern. This declaration will terminate automatically 30 days from the date of this memorandum unless it is renewed and re-reported, or terminated sooner by myself or a senior commander in the chain of command.
  • Basic Allowance for Subsistence and Meals at No Cost Due to COVID-19

    The Department of Defense, Department of the Air Force, and Vandenberg Air Force Base continue to take measures to protect our Airmen and their families. During the COVID-19 national emergency, some uniformed airmen may be restricted in their movements by medical professionals or their Commanders and may have meals provided by the Government (MREs, flight line meals, DFAC, etc.). Effective immediately, I authorize Airmen under the conditions described below to receive Government-provided meals without charge and also receive Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) at the applicable standard monthly rate without automatic deduction.
  • Military OneSource resources

    Military OneSource has a suite of virtual support and telehealth options by calling 800-342-9647 or connecting at www.militaryonesource.mil. Military Community Support Programs continue to offer Service and family members support in this unprecedented and stressful time.
  • COVID-19 Rules for Dormitory Residents (20 Mar)

    MEMORANDUM FOR ALL VANDENBERG DORMITORY RESIDENTS (View Official Memo Here)FROM: 30 SW/CCSUBJECT: COVID-19 Rules for Dormitory Residents 1. To prevent the spread or transmission of COVID-19, it is important that we isolate dorm residents who have, or are believed to have the virus. Dorm residents experiencing the symptoms of COVID-19: fever, dry