Thursday, February 29

Space Force

Remarks by Chief of Space Operations General Chance Saltzman during the AFA Air Warfare Symposium’s Great Power Competition Senior Leader Panel > United States Space Force > Article Display
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Remarks by Chief of Space Operations General Chance Saltzman during the AFA Air Warfare Symposium’s Great Power Competition Senior Leader Panel > United States Space Force > Article Display

AURORA, Colo. (AFNS) --  As delivered by U.S. Space Force Chief of Space Operations Gen. Chance Saltzman on Feb. 12, 2024  [Applause]    Afternoon how’s everyone doing?    Batting fourth in this lineup is terrible. Like home run, home run, home run. Now the pressure on standing or the plate…sweating.    Orville thanks for everything. Thanks for all you've done for the Air and Space Forces. And for this Association - its tremendous.    I went to my first Air Force Association conference when I was a cadet in college.    And, I have no idea what was said on any of the stages even though I was in a lot of those sessions.    What I remember is the after parties the hospitality sui...
Energy, Installations, Environment leadership visits Buckley SFB > United States Space Force > Article Display
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Energy, Installations, Environment leadership visits Buckley SFB > United States Space Force > Article Display

BUCKLEY SPACE FORCE BASE, Colo. (AFNS) --   The Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Energy, Installations, and Environment Honorable Dr. Ravi I. Chaudhary and Senior Enlisted Leader for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Energy, Installations, and Environment Chief Master Sgt. Wendell Snider met with Space Base Delta 2 leadership to discuss important infrastructure topics and tour multiple facilities at Buckley Space Force Base, Feb. 14.Chaudhary brings a wealth of experience including a doctorate in liberal studies, executive leadership and innovation. His distinguished career spans milit...
Space Forces Indo-Pacific commander highlights importance of challenging space threats > United States Space Force > Article Display
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Space Forces Indo-Pacific commander highlights importance of challenging space threats > United States Space Force > Article Display

AURORA, Colo. (AFNS) --  Commander of U.S. Space Forces Indo-Pacific Brig. Gen. Anthony Mastalir, participated in an international senior-leader panel during the Air and Space Forces Association’s Warfare Symposium in Aurora, Feb. 13.The four-person panel, with more than 4,000 attendees, focused on the imperative of thwarting present and evolving air and space threats in the Indo-Pacific region.“Space Force Guardians are there to ensure a free and open Indo-Pacific, to uphold the rules-based international order,” Mastalir said. “Rules-based international order has underscored nearly 80 years of prosperity for every nation that chooses to participate.Speaking on denying competitors’ space malign operations and campaigning for counterspace operations, Ma...
DAF members recognized during BEYA STEM awards > United States Space Force > Article Display
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DAF members recognized during BEYA STEM awards > United States Space Force > Article Display

ARLINGTON, Va. (AFNS) --  Two Department of the Air Force members received awards during the 2024 Black Engineer of the Year Awards, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics conference held at the Baltimore Convention Center, Maryland, Feb. 15-17.    At the 19th Annual Stars and Stripes Dinner Feb. 16, an Air Force Airman and a Space Force Guardian were recognized for their accomplishments in STEM-related fields over the past year.    Department of the Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall explained how STEM fields are vital in Great Power Competition and how leveraging diverse talents plays an integral part in national defense.    “The Air and Space Force rely on the best leaders and technical experts in the world,” K...
US Space Forces Indo-Pacific participates in Keen Edge 24 > United States Space Force > Article Display
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US Space Forces Indo-Pacific participates in Keen Edge 24 > United States Space Force > Article Display

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii (AFNS) --  U.S. Space Forces Indo-Pacific participated in Keen Edge 24 Feb. 1-8, throughout the Indo-Pacific region. Keen Edge 24 was a bilateral command post exercise with the U.S. and the Japan Self Defense Forces, with Australian Defense Force participation. This year’s exercise explored critical space and cyberspace issues within a multi-domain environment across the spectrum of conflict.As space continues to remain an increasingly essential domain for military operations, communication and intelligence gathering, strong partnerships and collaborations with ...