Space Force’s new delta organizations will help the service keep up with growing launch cadence | C4ISRNET

The US Space Force is revamping its launch organizations, and while the changes may not be noticeable right away, operators think that the new structure will better prepare the force for the day when it will be launching satellites on a constant basis. In April, the Space Force stated that it would establish a new field command called Space Systems Command to substitute the Space and Missile Systems Center, which had taken over from the US Air Force. As part of the reform, it will combine its entire launch operation and place it under the control of the SSC deputy commander, who will be recognized within the force as the Assured Access to Space leader.



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