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  • SSC Partners with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to Offer Free Cybersecurity Scanning to Vendors

    Commercial vendors who want to do business with the U.S. Space Force can now take advantage of free cybersecurity supply chain and vulnerability scanning paid for by the USSF.
  • SSC Guardian begins Phantom Fellowship Program with MIT

    The Phantom Fellowship is a joint Department of the Air Force and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Accelerator program. It is an immersive 4-month program intended to bridge the digital divide by developing high-performing Air and Space Force professionals into future leaders and advocates of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
  • SSC Recognizes PTSD Awareness Month

    June is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness (PTSD) Month. There are several resources available to our SSC personnel,
  • The Galaxy Program is seeking Leaders

    The Galaxy Program is a joint Space Systems Command/National Reconnaissance Office (SSC/NRO) junior force rapid professional development program that provides a fast, flexible, rapid capability delivery experience that advances solutions to operational capability gaps in under six months.
  • USSF Col Krolikowski Shares Her Spark for Life with the L.A. Sparks

    Col. Jennifer M. Krolikowski, chief information officer, Space Systems Command (SSC), U.S. Space Force, shared some of her experiences as a military leader, woman, wife, and mother during a motivational talk to members of the Los Angeles Sparks, a women’s professional basketball team, on April 29.Not that the Sparks, one of three original
  • Guam Cadets Tour Space Systems Command as part of SoCal Visit

    EL SEGUNDO, Calif. – Twenty-six U.S. Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from John F. Kennedy High School in Tamuning, Guam, visited Space Systems Command on Wednesday, April 27.
  • Commander of Space Systems Command Shares Message of Leadership and Teamwork at Visit to University of Oregon

    Lt. Gen. Michael A. Guetlein, commander of Space Systems Command, was invited to speak on the topic of leadership April 25 at the University of Oregon (UO). The invitation was extended by his daughter-in-law, Rachael Doyle-Guetlein, assistant coach for the UO women’s soccer team, and quickly grew from a motivational speaking opportunity for not only the women’s soccer team, but also the UO women’s softball and women’s tumbling teams and coaches, and the UO Army ROTC cadets.
  • SSC Unified Data Library and Space Fence establish Direct Sensor Connection

    Space Systems Command has established a permanent capability to directly ingest observation data from the Space Fence radar system into the U.S. Space Force Unified Data Library (UDL). Space Systems Command’s Cross-Mission Data Branch within Space C2 in partnership with Space Fence within the Strategic Warning and Surveillance Systems (HBQ)
  • Los Angeles Air Force Base hosts the Defense Orientation Conference Association (DOCA)

    On March 28, Los Angeles Air Force Base recently hosted an event in recognition of the Defense Orientation Conference Association’s donation to the Friends of the Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC). Nearly 50 DOCA members were on hand for the presentation and to learn more about Space Systems Command’s mission.
  • SSC Spring Speed Mentoring Event Broadens Knowledge Sharing and Bridges Generational Gaps

    Among the nearly 100 mentors were program managers, materiel leaders, senior materiel leaders, program executive officers, and many others who joined more than 125 mentees to participate in four unique 20-minute virtual sessions. Mentees received discussion topics and guidance on how to maximize their sessions prior to the event.