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  • USSF-7 mission director reflects upon 28.5 year space career

    Thirty years ago as an Air Force ROTC cadet at the University of Washington, Col. Shane Clark had no idea how his career would turn out, or the circuitous route he would take to where he is today as mission director for the launch of the U.S. Space Force's USSF-7, and the X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle for the Department of the Air Force's Rapid
  • Space and Missile Systems Center awards $35 million Space Test Program launch service contract

    The U.S. Space Force’s Rocket Systems Launch Program (RSLP) Office at Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico, part of the Space and Missile Systems Center’s Launch Enterprise, today awarded a $35 million task order to VOX Space, LLC of El Segundo, California, for the Space Test Program-S28 (STP-S28) launch service.  This is the first task
  • New decade heralds new era for SMC’s Launch Enterprise

    The Space and Missile Systems Center’s Launch Enterprise capped off another decade of tremendous success for the nation’s premier launch acquirer in 2019.“Our National Security Space Launch program successfully launched four National Security Space missions last year and maintained its perfect mission success record, which now stands at 78 of 78
  • Space and Missile Systems Center’s Integration Partners: Breaking down barriers to space

    Representatives from the Space and Missile Systems Center joined company officials Feb. 27 for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, officially opening a new small satellite integration facility in Torrance, California, operated by Parsons Corporation.“The Space and Missile Systems Center is the U.S. Space Force's center of acquisition excellence for
  • Risk reduction test of ground-launched ballistic missile successful

    The U.S. Air Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center, in partnership with the Strategic Capabilities Office, successfully conducted a flight test of a prototype conventionally-configured ground-launched ballistic missile Dec. 12. The mission served as a risk reduction demonstration for the development of future intermediate range capabilities