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21st Space Operations Squadron changes command

Lt. Col. Wade McGrew, 21st Space Operations Squadron commander, passes the guidon to Maj. Jesse Diaz, incoming 21st Space Operations Squadron Detachment 1 commander, during a change of command ceremony at Diego Garcia Tracking Station, Indian Ocean, June 11, 2019. The 21st SOPS conducts Air Force Satellite Control Network operations, provides launch support as augmentation to the Western Range, manages global positioning system ground infrastructure and is the lead for 24/7 AFSCN cyber security scanning. The 21st SOPS Det. 1 is one of three geographically separated units assigned to the 21st SOPS. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

Lt. Col. Wade McGrew, 21st Space Operations Squadron commander, passes the guidon to Maj. Jesse Diaz, incoming 21st Space Operations Squadron Detachment 1 commander, during a change of command ceremony at Diego Garcia Tracking Station, Indian Ocean, June 11, 2019. The 21st SOPS conducts Air Force Satellite Control Network operations, provides launch support as augmentation to the Western Range, manages global positioning system ground infrastructure and is the lead for 24/7 AFSCN cyber security scanning. The 21st SOPS Det. 1 is one of three geographically separated units assigned to the 21st SOPS. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

DIEGO GARCIA, British Indian Ocean Territory -- Lt. Col. Wade McGrew, 21st Space Operations Squadron commander, passes the guidon to Maj. Jesse Diaz, incoming 21st Space Operations Squadron Detachment 1 commander, during a change of command ceremony at Diego Garcia Tracking Station, Indian Ocean, June 11, 2019. The 21st SOPS conducts Air Force Satellite Control Network operations, provides launch support as augmentation to the Western Range, manages global positioning system ground infrastructure and is the lead for 24/7 AFSCN cyber security scanning. The 21st SOPS Det. 1 is one of three geographically separated units assigned to the 21st SOPS. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)
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