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Streland as program manager for the Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC) Mission System Increment 2 (JMS Inc 2) and the Space Based Space Surveillance Block 10 (SBSS Blk 10) in July.
Space Fence data will be fed to the Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
Behind the scenes of cargo aircraft in Japan, or fighters and bombers over Libya, was our Joint Space Operations Center, providing the full range of reach-back space capabilities for theater commanders around the world.
For example, space personnel supporting operations in US Central Command go the CAOC, which can then reach back to US Strategic Command's joint functional component commander for space and the joint space operations center.
Joint Space Operations Center (JSPOC) to assess the utility of providing satellite data through the STRATCOM JSPOC or other appropriate government agency in return for better conjunction warnings that can be considered and assessed over an appropriate period of time.
The US Joint Space Operations Center tracks about 18,000 objects in orbit, so many that it has to decide which to follow most closely, like the International Space Station or manned space flights.
Robert Kehler traces the importance of space systems from victory in Operation Desert Storm, through the establishment of the Space Warfare Center and the training contributions of the 328th Weapons Squadron at the Nellis Air Force Base Weapons School, to today's Joint Space Operations Center.
Chilton said his command's Joint Space Operations Center is already at Vandenberg, on the coast west of Buellton, and it makes sense to combine the operations.