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  • Space Delta 9 builds orbital warfare tradecraft from the ground up

    Space Delta 9 is the orbital warfare component of the U.S. Space Force. Its mission is to prepare, present and project assigned and attached forces for the purpose of conducting protect and defend operations and providing national decision authorities with response options to deter and, when necessary, defeat orbital threats.
  • Enlisted Guardian, Airman selected to commission into USSF

    Two Space Delta 9 enlisted members will begin their journey to become officers following their selection for the Senior Leader Enlisted Commissioning Program.While U.S. Space Force Staff Sgt. Brandon Steele, 3rd Space Operations Squadron mission planner, and U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Seth Taylor, 1st SOPS cyber transport systems technician, are in
  • Faces of Space – Capt. Ronald J. Miller

    Growing up in Syracuse, N.Y., Ronald Miller wasn’t the kind of kid who dreamed of joining the military. The idea wasn’t on his radar, despite growing up with family members who served. Today, he is Capt. Ronald Miller, Space Delta 9, 3rd Space Operations Squadron mission assurance flight commander.
  • Delta 7, 9 teams participate in USSPACECOM competition

    Members from Space Delta’s 7 and 9 participated in the inaugural Develop Innovate Visualize and Execute competition, a U.S. Space Command innovation initiative, which concluded Dec. 18.
  • As the USSF celebrates its first birthday, Space Flag 21-1 concludes as its premier advanced training

    As the United States Space Force celebrates its first birthday on Dec. 20, the tenth iteration of Space Flag, SF 21-1, concludes successfully in Colorado Springs, Dec. 18.Aligned with the Chief of Space Operations Planning Guidance published earlier this year, Space Flag provides training beyond mission system awareness and offers participants the
  • X-37B spaceplane wins Collier Trophy for advancing ‘the boundaries of flight and space exploration’

    The Department of the Air Force’s X-37B spaceplane, a reusable, multi-purpose, system that operates without an onboard crew, won the prestigious Robert J. Collier Trophy Aug. 13 for advancing technology that pushes “the boundaries of flight and space exploration.”
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