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  • Driving the Pace for Space

    In 2017, the ‘Drive to 48’ campaign was a, 45th Space Wing, now known as Space Launch Delta 45, initiative to reach 48 launches in a 12 month time frame from the Eastern Range. In order to accomplish this, the challenge was to launch once a week in order to meet the goal.
  • Achieving the Speed of Need

    Within the early stages of the “space race,” the United States spent years developing and launching rockets and satellites into an uncongested and uncontested space environment. But now, that dynamic has shifted. Due to the advancements in technology and growing competition to dominate this domain, space has become a congested and contested environment. In an effort to maintain its competitive edge in a rapidly evolving sphere, from Sept. 7-9, Space Systems Command conducted its first joint operations Tabletop Exercise (TTX) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Fla., in a newly defined TTX series called Parallax Rising.
  • 2022 Civil Air Patrol Space Force Operations Academy cadets visit the Space Coast

    On Sunday, July 24, 2022, a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 53 Starlink satellites soared into the sky as U.S. Space Force Brig. Gen. Stephen Purdy, Space Launch Delta 45 Commander, and 27 Civil Air Patrol (CAP) cadets watched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Fla. Viewing the 32nd launch of the year kicked-off a week-long tour for the cadets.
  • SLD 45 to support SBIRS GEO-6 launch, last satellite for infrared constellation

    On Thursday morning a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket is scheduled to carry the U.S. Space Force’s Space Based Infrared System Geosynchronous Earth Orbit 6 missile warning satellite into space. The satellite, which is the last in the SBIRS GEO constellation, will be launched into space just over a decade since the first SBIRS GEO satellite was launched in May 2011.
  • Space Launch Delta 45 hosts Pitch Day 2022

    Space Launch Delta 45 hosted Pitch Day on June 29, 2022 at the Eastern Florida State College-Melbourne Campus. Pitch Day is hosted to obtain innovative solutions that meet mission needs, close capability gaps, or provide potential technological advancements. It is an opportunity for leadership to access innovative commercial items and technologies or services from industry developers whose intent is to bring cutting edge ideas to the U.S. Space Force and Air Force.
  • ‘Preparation is key’: Emergency management team shares hurricane readiness tips

    It is only a matter of time before a hurricane threatens Patrick Space Force Base or Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and Space Launch Delta 45’s emergency management team wants everyone to be ready when that moment arrives.
  • Patrick SFB joins Eglin and Langley AFB to host BRAVO Hackathon

    More than 140 American citizens from four countries descended upon Patrick Space Force Base for the BRAVO 1 Canary Release Hackathon July 18 – 22.
  • Inaugural Space Force race registration open until Nov. 1

    Registration for the first-ever United States Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler race, in-person and virtual events, is open until Nov. 1, 2022, at https://runspaceforce.com/.
  • Project Arc fosters innovation across Air and Space Force

    Scientists and engineers across the U.S. Air and Space Force are being deployed to more than a dozen bases in the United States to develop innovative solutions to a variety of problems.
  • SLD 45 saves 450 hours with ‘Stop the Silly’ campaign

    Time is a finite commodity. Many people struggle to find the time needed to carry out daily tasks, whether that be working, caring for their children or running errands. If those individuals had the benefit of saving 450 hours, the equivalent of nearly three weeks of vacation, they may get more accomplished.
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