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614th ACOMS paves the way for moving into new CFSCC HQ building

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Communication Focal Point technicians from the 614th Air and Space Communications Squadron stand for a photo in the new Combined Force Space Component Command headquarters building on Jan. 26, 2021, at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. One of the first CFSCC units to move in to the building, the 614 ACOMS team is setting up computers for several hundred future occupants of the building. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

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(L to R) John Carrillo, 614th Air and Space Communications Squadron information systems security manager, Christiana Salas, 614th ACOMS material control section technician, and Andrew Wallen, 614th ACOMS IT services and operations and maintenance program manager, begin moving into their new work areas on Jan. 26, 2021, at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The 614th ACOMS is one of the first units to move into the new CFSCC headquarters building, which is expected to include both CFSCC headquarters and Combined Space Operations Center staffs by the end of 2021. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

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Senior Airman Lief Perry and Senior Airman Derek Avenetti, both 614th Air and Space Communications Squadron Communication Focal Point technicians, set up computers in the new Combined Force Space Component Command combined headquarters building on Jan. 26, 2021, at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The 614th ACOMS technicians are instrumental in ensuring hundreds of work stations will be operational for the new occupants of the building. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

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Staff Sgt. Ronald Musto, 614th Air and Space Communications Squadron Communication Focal Point technician and shift lead, sets up a computer in the new Combined Force Space Component Command headquarters building on Jan. 26, 2021, at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The 614th ACOMS technicians are instrumental in ensuring hundreds of work stations will be operational for the new occupants of the building. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

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Staff Sgt. William Bartley, 614th Air and Space Communications Squadron information security officer, connects internet access lines in the new Combined Force Space Component Command headquarters building on Jan. 26, 2021, at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The 614th ACOMS technicians are some of the first to move into the building, and will ensure that computer systems for more than 200 future occupants of the building will be running smoothly. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. --

The Combined Force Space Component Command formally began its move to a new building complex at Vandenberg AFB, Calif., during the week of Jan. 25, 2021. One of the first CFSCC units to make the move to Building 7000 included personnel from the 614th Air and Space Communications Squadron, which will be setting up computer workstations of more than 200 future occupants. About five years in the making, the project included a renovation of two older buildings in the complex and additional construction, all of which will now house the CFSCC headquarters staff and the Combined Space Operations Center. The project managers for the effort expect that the majority of the CFSCC and CSpOC staff will be moved-in by fall of 2021. “Moving people into the building is a significant milestone and a huge win,” said Lt. Col. Christopher Martinez, the director of the CSpOC consolidation project management office. “This is a total team effort, from the outstanding support of leadership to the mighty and unyielding dedication of everyone who painstakingly worked every detail of the project."