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2 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. SPACE ORGANIZATIONS

3 UNCLASSIFIED UNITED STATES SPACE COMMAND 14th Air Force USARSPACE NAVSPACECOM USSPACECOM

4 UNCLASSIFIED North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Aerospace Warning and Aerospace Control for North America Aerospace Warning and Aerospace Control for North America Alaskan NORAD Region Canadian NORAD Region Continental US NORAD Region

5 UNCLASSIFIED USSPACECOM Mission Conduct joint space operations IAW Unified Command Plan assigned missions of: Space Forces Support Space Force Enhancement Space Force Application Space Force Control

6 UNCLASSIFIED 14TH AIR FORCE 14TH AIR FORCE USARSPACE NAVSPACECOM USSPACECOM US SPACE COMMAND Components

7 UNCLASSIFIED 14th Air Force 21st Space Wing Peterson AFB 21st Space Wing Peterson AFB 30th Space Wing Vandenberg AFB 30th Space Wing Vandenberg AFB 45th Space Wing Patrick AFB 45th Space Wing Patrick AFB 50th Space Wing Falcon AFB 50th Space Wing Falcon AFB 14th Air Force

8 UNCLASSIFIED Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) Activated in 1982 Headquarters - Peterson AFB, CO Mission: Organize, train, equip, sustain, and operate assigned AF resources Activated in 1982 Headquarters - Peterson AFB, CO Mission: Organize, train, equip, sustain, and operate assigned AF resources

9 UNCLASSIFIED Naval Space Command (NAVSPACECOM) Command naval space forces and operate space systems/space support systems in order to provide effective space support to naval forces in peace, crisis, or war Advise the CINC on proper employment of assigned forces in support of missions Train, equip, and maintain assigned forces Command naval space forces and operate space systems/space support systems in order to provide effective space support to naval forces in peace, crisis, or war Advise the CINC on proper employment of assigned forces in support of missions Train, equip, and maintain assigned forces

10 UNCLASSIFIED US Army Space Command (USARSPACE) Subordinate command of US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (USASMDC) USARSPACE-Forward Headquarters - Colorado Springs, CO Activated in 1988 Subordinate command of US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (USASMDC) USARSPACE-Forward Headquarters - Colorado Springs, CO Activated in 1988

11 UNCLASSIFIED USARSPACE Mission Commanding 1st SATCON Bn for DSCS support Commanding JTAGS for TMD warning Providing Army Space Support Teams to operational commands Conducting operational portion of Army Space Technology Exploitation Program Commanding 1st SATCON Bn for DSCS support Commanding JTAGS for TMD warning Providing Army Space Support Teams to operational commands Conducting operational portion of Army Space Technology Exploitation Program

12 UNCLASSIFIED USARSPACE Mission (Con’t) Planning for the Army Theater Missile Defense Element, National Missile Defense and Anti-Satellite operations Sponsoring, coordinating and developing new space-based technologies Planning for the Army Theater Missile Defense Element, National Missile Defense and Anti-Satellite operations Sponsoring, coordinating and developing new space-based technologies

13 UNCLASSIFIED US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (USASMDC) To serve as the focal point for space and strategic defense matters. Designated Army proponent for space. Responsible for the exploitation of space and strategic assets for use by warfighting commanders Subordinate commands: U.S. Army Space Command Army Space Program Office Missile Defense Space Technology Center Missile Defense Battle Integration Center High Energy Laser Systems Test Facility U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll To serve as the focal point for space and strategic defense matters. Designated Army proponent for space. Responsible for the exploitation of space and strategic assets for use by warfighting commanders Subordinate commands: U.S. Army Space Command Army Space Program Office Missile Defense Space Technology Center Missile Defense Battle Integration Center High Energy Laser Systems Test Facility U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll

14 UNCLASSIFIED Focal point for the Army’s Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities Program (TENCAP) Primary ASPO missions include: Design, develop, test, field, and sustain systems that provide national and theater products to tactical commanders. Provide technical support to the Army with respect to TENCAP activities. Focal point for the Army’s Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities Program (TENCAP) Primary ASPO missions include: Design, develop, test, field, and sustain systems that provide national and theater products to tactical commanders. Provide technical support to the Army with respect to TENCAP activities. Army Space Program Office (ASPO)

15 UNCLASSIFIED Mission: Provide satellite reconnaissance and surveillance to the US government. Purchase and operate intelligence satellites. Existence declassified in Structure: NRO is a DoD agency, Secretary of Defense and director of Central Intelligence have approval of programs. Personnel: Staffed by CIA and military and civilian DoD employees. Mission: Provide satellite reconnaissance and surveillance to the US government. Purchase and operate intelligence satellites. Existence declassified in Structure: NRO is a DoD agency, Secretary of Defense and director of Central Intelligence have approval of programs. Personnel: Staffed by CIA and military and civilian DoD employees.

16 UNCLASSIFIED Central Intelligence Agency Office of Development and Engineering Mission: Develop systems from requirements definition through design, testing, and evaluation to operations. Works with systems not available commercially. Disciplines include laser communications, digital imagery processing, real-time data collection and processing, electro-optics, advanced signal collection, artificial intelligence, advanced antenna design, mass data storage and retrieval, and large systems modeling and simulations. Work includes new concepts and systems upgrades. Personnel: Classified Mission: Develop systems from requirements definition through design, testing, and evaluation to operations. Works with systems not available commercially. Disciplines include laser communications, digital imagery processing, real-time data collection and processing, electro-optics, advanced signal collection, artificial intelligence, advanced antenna design, mass data storage and retrieval, and large systems modeling and simulations. Work includes new concepts and systems upgrades. Personnel: Classified

17 UNCLASSIFIED National Security Agency (NSA) Mission: –Protect US communications and produce foreign intelligence information. –Supply leadership, products, and services to protect classified and unclassified information from interception, unauthorized access, and technical intelligence threats. –In the foreign signals intelligence area, the central point for collecting and processing activities conducted by the US government, Mission: –Protect US communications and produce foreign intelligence information. –Supply leadership, products, and services to protect classified and unclassified information from interception, unauthorized access, and technical intelligence threats. –In the foreign signals intelligence area, the central point for collecting and processing activities conducted by the US government,

18 UNCLASSIFIED National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) MISSION: Provide timely, relevant, and accurate imagery, imagery intelligence, and geospatial information in support of national security objectives. Created in October New organization consolidates the Defense Mapping Agency, Central Imagery Office, Defense Dissemina-tion Program Office (DDPO) in their entirety; and the mission and functions of CIA's National Photographic Interpretation Center. MISSION: Provide timely, relevant, and accurate imagery, imagery intelligence, and geospatial information in support of national security objectives. Created in October New organization consolidates the Defense Mapping Agency, Central Imagery Office, Defense Dissemina-tion Program Office (DDPO) in their entirety; and the mission and functions of CIA's National Photographic Interpretation Center.

19 UNCLASSIFIED Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (DUSD-Space) Function/Responsibility: Principal OSD staff assistant and advisor for space matters. Responsible for developing, coordinating, and overseeing the implementation of DoD space policy. Oversight responsibility for space architectures as well as space acquisition programs. Organization: Three principal offices. Function/Responsibility: Principal OSD staff assistant and advisor for space matters. Responsible for developing, coordinating, and overseeing the implementation of DoD space policy. Oversight responsibility for space architectures as well as space acquisition programs. Organization: Three principal offices. Space Policy Space Policy Space Architecture Space Architecture Space Programs Space Programs

20 UNCLASSIFIED Other US Government Space Agencies National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Department of Commerce –National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Department of the Interior –US Geodetic Survey (USGS) Federal Communications Commission (FCC) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Department of Commerce –National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Department of the Interior –US Geodetic Survey (USGS) Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

21 UNCLASSIFIED National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Mission: –Explore and develop space for human enterprise, increase knowledge about Earth and space, and conduct research in space and aeronautics. –Operate the space shuttle and lead an international program to build a permanently occupied space station, which will be launched starting in –Launch satellites for space science, Earth observations, and a broad range of technology research and development. –Conduct aeronautical research and development. Mission: –Explore and develop space for human enterprise, increase knowledge about Earth and space, and conduct research in space and aeronautics. –Operate the space shuttle and lead an international program to build a permanently occupied space station, which will be launched starting in –Launch satellites for space science, Earth observations, and a broad range of technology research and development. –Conduct aeronautical research and development.

22 UNCLASSIFIED National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Mission: Provide satellite observations of the global environment by operating a national system of satellites. Explore, map, and chart the global ocean and its resources and describe, monitor, and predict conditions in the atmosphere, ocean, and space environment. Prime customer is NOAA's National Weather Service. Personnel National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service 803 Other NOAA employees 12,181 Total12,984 Mission: Provide satellite observations of the global environment by operating a national system of satellites. Explore, map, and chart the global ocean and its resources and describe, monitor, and predict conditions in the atmosphere, ocean, and space environment. Prime customer is NOAA's National Weather Service. Personnel National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service 803 Other NOAA employees 12,181 Total12,984

23 UNCLASSIFIED Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Regulates interstate and foreign communications in the US Three main bureaus –Mass Media Bureau (radio, TV) –Common Carrier Bureau (telephones) –Private Radio Bureau (CB radio, etc.) Regulates interstate and foreign communications in the US Three main bureaus –Mass Media Bureau (radio, TV) –Common Carrier Bureau (telephones) –Private Radio Bureau (CB radio, etc.)

24 UNCLASSIFIED SummarySummary Mission of USSPACECOM USSPACECOM component commands and their missions Other DoD space organizations Other US Government space organizations Mission of USSPACECOM USSPACECOM component commands and their missions Other DoD space organizations Other US Government space organizations

25 UNCLASSIFIED US Space Organization Relationships President Congress NASA DoD DOIDOC CIA NSA NIMA JCS USSPACECOM 14AFNAVSPACEUSARSPACE USASMDC ASPO NRO AFSPACE NOAA AIR FORCENAVYARMY USGS Any Questions?

26 UNCLASSIFIED Space Organizations World Wide Web Sites USSPACECOMwww.spacecom.af.mil USARSPACEwww.arspace.com 14th Air Forcewww.30sw.vafb.af.mil/14af/index.htm USAFSPACEwww.spacecom.af.mil/hqafspc/index.htm USAF Space and Missile Centerwww.laafb.af.mil/SMC/ Naval Space Commandwww.navspace.navy.mil NASAwww.nasa.gov NROwww.nro.odci.gov The list above is only a small sample. Other lists will be included in future lessons. USSPACECOMwww.spacecom.af.mil USARSPACEwww.arspace.com 14th Air Forcewww.30sw.vafb.af.mil/14af/index.htm USAFSPACEwww.spacecom.af.mil/hqafspc/index.htm USAF Space and Missile Centerwww.laafb.af.mil/SMC/ Naval Space Commandwww.navspace.navy.mil NASAwww.nasa.gov NROwww.nro.odci.gov The list above is only a small sample. Other lists will be included in future lessons.


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