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USSPACECOM commander visits Ka’ena Point Tracking Station

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KA’ENA POINT TRACKING STATION, Hawaii – A U.S. Army UH-60 Black Hawk lands at Ka’ena Point Tracking Station, Hawaii, carrying U.S. Army Gen. James H. Dickinson, U.S. Space Command commander, and his staff, May 19, 2021. Ka’ena Point Tracking Station is one in a crucial network of sites supporting more than 185 satellites performing mission operations around the world. (courtesy photo)

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KA’ENA POINT TRACKING STATION, Hawaii – Detachment 3, 21st Space Operations Squadron leadership pose for a group photo with U.S. Army Gen. James H. Dickinson (right), U.S. Space Command commander, during his visit to Ka’ena Point Tracking Station in Hawaii, May 19, 2021. The general was briefed on the Satellite Control Network mission that is responsible for tracking satellites in orbit. Dickinson toured the two radomes, which are locally known as the “golf balls”. Dickinson presented coins to two individuals during his visit to Hawaii. (courtesy photo)

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KA’ENA POINT TRACKING STATION, Hawaii –U.S. Army Gen. James H. Dickinson (second from the right), U.S. Space Command commander, poses for a group photo with Space Delta 6 – Cyberspace Operations, 21st Space Operations Squadron, Detachment 3 personnel at Ka’ena Point Tracking Station in Hawaii, May 19, 2021. Dickinson toured DEL 6 satellites and radomes during his visit. (courtesy photo)

KA’ENA POINT TRACKING STATION, Hawaii -- KA’ENA POINT TRACKING STATION, Hawaii – A U.S. Army UH-60 Black Hawk lands at Ka’ena Point Tracking Station, Hawaii, carrying U.S. Army Gen. James H. Dickinson, U.S. Space Command commander, and his staff, May 19, 2021. Ka’ena Point Tracking Station is one in a crucial network of sites supporting more than 185 satellites performing mission operations around the world. (courtesy photo)
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