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  • CFSCC Spotlight: CSpOC Specialist represents Guardian Ideal

    When Specialist 4 Quineaja Davis enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 2018, she did not foresee that she’d join the U.S. Space Force just two years later. However, in many ways, it seems like being a future leader in the Space Force was always in the cards. (U.S. Space Force photo by Lt. Col. Mae-Li Allison)
  • Royal Air Force Air Vice-Marshal Paul Godfrey Visit

    Royal Air Force Air Vice-Marshal Paul Godfrey (right), UK Space Command commander, presents U.S. Space Force Lt. Col. Michaela Schannep (left), Director of Operations for the 55th Combat Training Squadron, with a UK Space Operations Badge in recognition of Schannep’s status as a UK-qualified space instructor. (U.S. Space Force photo by Capt. Jefferson Mitchell)
  • CSpOC offers opportunity for deeper understanding of allied partners

    With more than 15 exchange and liaison officers assigned to various units across Vandenberg SFB, there is a good chance that U.S. military and civilians here will have the opportunity to interact with and work side-by-side with them at some point. To help introduce the international officers to a greater number of people here and increase understanding of what they do as part of the space enterprise, the Combined Space Operations Center (CSpOC) held a “Coalition All Call” on base Oct. 15.
  • NATO delegation visits CFSCC

    Combined Force Space Component Command commander Maj. Gen. DeAnna Burt, left, hosted members from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, who paid a visit to Vandenberg SFB on Oct. 11, 2021.
  • CFSCC captain conferred Sword of Honor

    An officer assigned to the Combined Force Space Component Command recently received a prestigious award that recognizes the most outstanding U.S. officer on exchange with the Royal Air Force. Captain Katie Broyles, an analysis branch chief in the CFSCC’s Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Directorate, was one of two officers recognized with the 2020 Royal Air Force Museum American Foundation Sword of Honor at a gala event at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, June 2, 2021.
  • USSPACECOM commander gets in-depth look at CFSCC’s 18th SPCS, Commercial Integration Cell missions

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

    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 construction 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.
  • From space traffic monitoring to human space flight rescue, Vandenberg units provide integral support to NASA missions

    Since 1958, the Department of Defense has provided human space flight support to NASA. This legacy of partnership and support continues today, and has grown to include a wide joint and international military presence. At Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Combined Force Space Component Command (CFSCC) and its subunit the Combined Space Operations Center (CSpOC) provide a variety of support to NASA missions, while also exemplifying how partnering with other military services and allies can benefit all.
  • 18 SPCS now predicts debris-on-debris collisions in space, enhancing Space Domain Awareness for all

    For the first time, the Combined Force Space Component Command’s 18th Space Control Squadron began publically sharing data for debris-on-debris conjunction predictions via www.Space-Track.org, Sept. 24. Previously, the 18 SPCS only released debris-on-active satellite conjunction prediction data publically due to limited conjunction screening and reporting capacity. Through a project titled Reduction of Conjunction Assessment Processing (ReCAP), 18 SPCS personnel reduced the daily number of legacy low to no-risk early conjunction reporting to satellite owners and operators by more than 30 percent. Additionally, the 18 SPCS increased the total number of objects screened daily by more than 350 percent.
  • CSO visits VAFB during MMIII launch

    Gen. Jay Raymond, U.S. Space Force Chief of Space Operations and commander of U.S. Space Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Roger A. Towberman, U.S. Space Force Senior Enlisted Advisor, visited Vandenberg Air Force Base, Aug. 3-4, 2020.
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