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  • Space Systems Command (USSF)

    Lineage.  Established as Space Systems Division, and activated, on 20 Mar 1961.  Organized on 1 Apr 1961.  Discontinued, and inactivated, on 1 Jul 1967.  Consolidated (7 Aug 1989) with the Space and Missile Systems Organization, which was established, and activated, on 25 May 1967.  Organized on 1

  • Space Training and Readiness Command (USSF)

    Lineage.  Constituted as USAF Space Warfare Center on 13 Oct 1993.  Activated on 1 Nov 1993.  Redesignated as: Space Warfare Center on 1 Jul 1994; Space Innovation and Development Center on 1 Mar 2006.  Inactivated on 1 Apr 2013.  Redesignated as Space Training and Readiness Command on 16 Aug 2021. 

  • Space Warfighting Analysis Center (SpOC)

    Lineage.  Established as Space Warfighting Analysis Center, an organization of the United States Space Force armed service, on 1 Apr 2021.  Activated on 5 Apr 2021.Assignments.  Space Operations Command, 5 Apr 2021-.Stations.  Peterson AFB (later, SFB), CO, 5 Apr 2021-.Service Streamers. 

  • Special Operations Advanced Capabilities Squadron (AFSOC)

    Lineage.  Constituted as Air Force Special Operations Command Computer Systems Flight on 25 Mar 1994.  Activated on 1 May 1994.  Redesignated as Special Operations Advanced Capabilities Squadron on 9 Oct 2021.Assignments.  Air Force Special Operations Command, 1 May 1994-.Stations.  Hurlburt, FL, 1

  • Special Warfare Training Group (AETC)

    Lineage. Established as Battlefield Airmen Training Group on 16 May 2016.  Activated on 2 Jun 2016.  Redesignated as Special Warfare Training Group on 17 Oct 2018.Assignments. 37 Training Wing, 2 Jun 2016; Special Warfare Training Wing, 17 Oct 2018-.Stations. Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland AFB, TX,

  • Special Weapons Command

    The Special Weapons Command was created to direct specialized organizations dealing with atomic and other unconventional weapons. Because much of the work involved research and development, the command was eventually absorbed by the Air Research and Development Command. Lineage Established as

  • Squadron Officer School (AETC)

    Lineage. Established and activated as Squadron Officer School on 1 Nov 1954. Redesignated as Headquarters, Squadron Officer School on 1 Aug 1986. Inactivated on 1 Jul 2013. Activated on 15 Aug 2018.Assignments. Air Command and Staff College, 1 Nov 1954; Air University, 1 Jul 1959; Squadron Officer

  • STARIE, Richard H. (Technical Sergeant)

    Call No.: K239.0512-327IRIS No.: 00904288IRIS Tape No.: 00904289Accessibility: OPENPages/Time: 11pp/0:35Class: UDate/Location: Unknown/UnknownInterviewers: Lt. Colonel Ian R. LittleSource: Project CORONA HARVEST CollectionTopics:(1966-1967) Oral history interview with TSgt. Richard Starie,

  • STEARLEY, RALPH FRANCIS Papers. 1918-1973

    6.9 cu ft Call No. 168.7045 IRIS Nos. 0127130-0127305 (1898-1973). Major General. USAF, 1925-1953. Born 25 July 1898, Brazil, IN. BS, United States Military Academy, 1918. Air Corps Tactical School, 1935; Command and General Staff School, 1936. Commissioned as Second Lieutenant, Cavalry, November

  • STEFANSSON, VILHJALMER Papers. 1935-1947

    2.25 cu ft Call No. 167.602 IRIS Nos. 0121334-0121399 (1879-1962). Arctic explorer in Canada and Alaska. Born 3 November 1879, Arnes, Manitoba, Canada. AB, State U of Iowa, 1903; AM, Harvard U, 1923; PhD, U of Iceland, 1930. Technical adviser to Pan American Airways on northern operations,