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Air Force Global Strike Command indicates that we need some reminders about just what King stood for.
AtHoc announced in December that the service had expanded its emergency notification system to support all five Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) bases.
Karren, USAF Major Karren (BS, Utah State University; MAS, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; MAS, Naval War College) is chief of legislative affairs for Headquarters Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC), Barksdale AFB, Louisiana.
Chili has led the way in reforming the management of the nuclear enterprise--overseeing the creation of the Air Force Global Strike Command, providing more training for our nuclear airmen and restoring the nuclear mission to its proper place of honor.
Air Force Global Strike Command, activated in April 2009, puts the command and control of the Air Force's nuclear assets under the control of a single organization.
Conaton Remarks to the Air Force Global Strike Command Technology and Innovation Symposium, Barksdale Air Force Base, La.
The Air Force Global Strike Command has 450 Minutemen III ICBMs in bases located in North Dakota base in Wyoming.
An initial analysis indicated the problem was caused by a "mechanical failure" with computer hardware, Lieutenant Colonel John Thomas, a spokesman for the Air Force Global Strike Command, told AFP, part of the Global Strike Command that oversees a total of 450 Minutemen III ICBMs in bases located in Western states.