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  • 45th SFS enhances installation security with marine patrol

    The 45th SFS has been ramping up its marine patrol unit (MPU) by training defenders on maritime operations with the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA.) Twelve defenders graduated the NASBLA boat crew member course at PSFB Florida, April 15, certifying them as marine patrolmen.
  • The ever-evolving digital war fighter

    Supra coders are Airmen and Guardians who develop, manage, and design software for the U.S. Space Force. These individuals serve in a variety of specialties. Once they complete the Software Development Immersive (SDI) class, a software development boot camp that teaches full-stack JavaScript development and application deployment, they return to their bases to begin developing applications and solutions.
  • Inaugural Space Force race registration opens May 4

    Registration for the first-ever United States Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler race, in-person and virtual events, opens tomorrow, May 4, at runspaceforce.com. The United States Space Force inaugural T-Minus 10-Miler will liftoff from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on Dec. 10, 2022.
  • SLD 45 Stands up one of the first USSF Diversity & Inclusion Offices

    Space Launch Delta 45 made history October 25, 2021, as it became one of the first Deltas in the U.S. Space Force to stand up a full time position dedicated to diversity and inclusion (D&I).
  • “We need each of you”: SLD 45 hosts Resilience Day

    At some point in life, everyone will face a challenge. All of us will face stress. How we react to those challenges and that stress is key to overcoming adversity and fostering resiliency.
  • SLD 45 to Support Multiple Southerly Trajectory Launches in New Year, Urges Public to Observe Launch Hazard Warnings

    Space Launch Delta 45 leaders are encouraging the public to pay attention and be responsive to new local launch hazard areas as polar orbit and southerly trajectory launch attempts become more frequent from the Eastern Range.
  • New flight termination system improves launch tempo

    The new Automated Flight Safety System (AFSS), formerly known as the traditional Flight Termination System (FTS), is now being used by some launch companies to increase launch capabilities, readiness and accuracy, while saving time and money.
  • Defenders Seize $1.2 Million in Cocaine at CCSFS

    Defenders from the 45th Security Forces Squadron seized nearly 30 kilograms of cocaine that washed ashore on a Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida, beach, May 19, 2021.
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