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USSPACECOM commander gets in-depth look at CFSCC’s 18th SPCS, Commercial Integration Cell missions

Photo of U.S. Space Command commander's visit to Vandenberg.

U.S. Army Gen. James Dickinson (third from left), U.S. Space Command commander, and his wife, Angie Dickinson (fourth from left), stand with Combined Force Space Component Command leaders and spouses—Brig. Gen. Michael Conley (left), CFSCC vice commander, and his wife Melissa Conley (second from left); Maj. Gen. DeAnna Burt (third from right), CFSCC commander; Royal Air Force Group Capt. Darren Whiteley (second from right), Combined Space Operations Center deputy director, and his wife Lesley Whiteley (right)—at the new CFSCC headquarters building during a visit to Vandenberg Space Force Base, California, from June 10-11. During the tour of the new CFSCC headquarters location, Dickinson learned about the synergy anticipated with housing the Combined Space Operations Center and CFSCC headquarters personnel in one building. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

Photo of U.S. Space Command commander's visit to Vandenberg.

U.S. Army Gen. James Dickinson, U.S. Space Command commander, speaks during his commander’s call for all Combined Force Space Component Command personnel June 11 at Vandenberg Space Force Base, California. He shared USSPACECOM’s accomplishments during the last year, the importance of integrating commercial and allied partners into daily operations to deter and defeat adversaries in the space domain and the way ahead for the command. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

Photo of U.S. Space Command commander's visit to Vandenberg.

U.S. Army Gen. James Dickinson (standing, left), U.S. Space Command commander, greets junior officers assigned to the Combined Force Space Component Command on June 10 at Vandenberg Space Force Base, California. Dickinson spoke about USSPACECOM and leadership and answered attendees’ questions. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

Photo of U.S. Space Command commander's visit to Vandenberg.

U.S. Army Gen. James Dickinson (left), U.S. Space Command commander, greets senior noncommissioned officers assigned to Combined Force Space Component Command on June 11 at Vandenberg Space Force Base, California. During the event, Dickinson spoke about USSPACECOM and leadership, and answered questions. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)

VANDENBERG SPACE FORCE BASE, Calif. --

U.S. Army Gen. James Dickinson, U.S. Space Command commander, and his wife, Angie Dickinson, visited Vandenberg Space Force Base, California on June 10-11. This was his first visit to the Combined Force Space Component Command since officiating its change-of-command on Nov. 16, 2020. The general spent the majority of his stay meeting with CFSCC personnel and receiving in-depth operations briefings, including the 18th Space Control Squadron and the Commercial Integration Cell. The CFSCC mission set directly supports Dickinson’s key priority of maintaining Space Domain Awareness. Angie Dickinson met with key spouses throughout CFSCC and the Combined Space Operations Center for mission orientation.