Monday, July 22

Space Force

US Space Forces Korea holds first change of command ceremony > United States Space Force > Article Display
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US Space Forces Korea holds first change of command ceremony > United States Space Force > Article Display

OSAN AIR BASE, South Korea (AFNS) --  Col. John Patrick accepted command of U.S. Space Forces Korea from Lt. Col. Joshua McCullion during a change of command ceremony at Osan Air Base, July 12.The event marks the first official change of command for the unit, which was activated as a USSF field component under U.S. Space Forces Indo-Pacific and assigned to the U.S. Forces Korea sub-unified command in December 2022.Patrick took command of SPACEFOR-KOR from his previous assignment at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, where he established NATO’s Combined Force Space Component Command and the NATO Space Centre. He is a career space operations officer, with command experience at the squadron level and joint experience in both Germany and Belgium.Brig. Gen. Anthon...
Remarks by CSO Gen. Chance Saltzman at the 2024 Global Air and Space Chiefs Conference > United States Space Force > Article Display
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Remarks by CSO Gen. Chance Saltzman at the 2024 Global Air and Space Chiefs Conference > United States Space Force > Article Display

LONDON (AFNS) As delivered by CSO Gen. Chance Saltzman on July 17, 2024 --    CSO Gen. Chance Saltzman: Wow, what a distinguished group again! I enjoyed last year so much I thought I’d come back, and the weather was better. So, thanks for all of that.Thanks, Susannah, for that kind introduction, and thanks to everyone here at GASCC that helped make this important conversation possible.It’s going to be my honor later to share the stage with Generals Novak and Tedman. So, thanks for indulging me with your patience while I try to set the stage for this important conversation.And to my fellow air and space chiefs as well as the academic and industry leaders gathered today, thank you for being here, and I look forward to sharing ideas on det...
Civilian Guardians participate in ‘Azimuth’ aerospace missions training > United States Space Force > Article Display
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Civilian Guardians participate in ‘Azimuth’ aerospace missions training > United States Space Force > Article Display

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AFNS) --  Two procurement experts from the Space Force are the first Guardian civilians to graduate from the demanding “Azimuth” aerospace missions training program for early career personnel.Mallory Avila and Aman Zemoy, both acquisition logistics management specialists with the Space Force’s Space Systems Command, graduated in June from the three-week training program held at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Azimuth is designed to immerse top performers in the board range of aerospace missions conducted across military services. Curriculum includes a wide range of aerospace training, including – for those whose careers may one day include supporting human spaceflight – conducting experiments in micro- ...
Chief of Space Operations advocates refocus on integrated defense at Global Air, Space Chiefs’ Conference > United States Space Force > Article Display
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Chief of Space Operations advocates refocus on integrated defense at Global Air, Space Chiefs’ Conference > United States Space Force > Article Display

ARLINGTON, Va. (AFNS) --  During a trip to the United Kingdom, U.S. Space Force Chief of Space Operations Gen. Chance Saltzman appeared at the Global Air and Space Chiefs’ Conference, delivering a keynote address to a crowd of global leaders, industry partners and academics in the air and space defense industry, July 17.Titled “Toward Integrated Defense in Space,” Saltzman’s address began with a discussion on the current model of nuclear strategic deterrence using a historical anecdote referencing an early military use of the concept in western civilization: Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War. “In the ‘History of the Peloponnesian Wa...
DAF, RAF leaders sign Shared Vision Statement on 21st century cooperation > United States Space Force > Article Display
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DAF, RAF leaders sign Shared Vision Statement on 21st century cooperation > United States Space Force > Article Display

WASHINGTON (AFNS) --  Leaders of the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Space Force and the Royal Air Force have renewed their Services’ commitment to bolstering air and space integration at the operational and tactical levels.   U.S. Space Force Chief of Space Operations Gen. Chance Saltzman, U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Allvin, and Royal Air Force Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sir Rich Knighton signed a Shared Vision Statement on Combined Air and Space Power in the 21st century at the RAF’s Global Air & Space Chiefs’ Conference in London, United Kingdom, July 17.  The endeavor is a suc...