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COMBINED FORCE SPACE COMPONENT COMMAND
As directed by the Commander of U.S. Space Command (USSPACECOM), two subordinate commands were established Aug. 29, 2019, to support the warfighting efforts of the command – the Joint Task Force Space Defense (JTF-SD), and the Combined Force Space Component Command (CFSCC).
The CFSCC is commanded by Maj. Gen. DeAnna Burt with a mission to plan, integrate, conduct, and assess global space operations in order to deliver combat relevant space capabilities to Combatant Commanders, Coalition partners, the Joint Force, and the Nation. CFSCC plans and executes space operations through four distinct and geographically dispersed operations centers, including: Combined Space Operations Center (CSpOC) at Vandenberg Space Force Base, Calif.; Missile Warning Center (MWC) at Cheyenne Mountain Space Force Station, Colo.; Joint Overhead Persistent Infrared Planning Center (JOPC) at Buckley SFB, Colo.; and Joint Navigation Warfare Center (JNWC) located at Kirtland AFB, N.M. Additionally, the CFSCC executes tactical control over globally dispersed Air Force, Army, and Navy space units that command ground-based space capabilities and satellites in every orbital regime.
The CFSCC headquarters is co-located with the Combined Space Operations Center at Vandenberg SFB, CA.
One of CFSCC’s primary roles is to plan, task, direct, monitor, and assess the execution of combined and joint space operations for theater effects on behalf of the Commander, USSPACECOM in order to directly integrate with ongoing operations in other Combatant Commands. The CFSCC also provides support to, and receives support from, Coalition operations centers including the Australian Space Operations Center (AUSSpOC), Canadian Space Operations Center (CANSpOC), and United Kingdom Space Operations Center (UKSpOC). Additionally, the CFSCC builds capacity through relationships with partner nations’ militaries and civil and commercial entities to achieve combined force objectives.
The CFSCC provides space capabilities such as space domain awareness, space electronic warfare, satellite communications, missile warning, nuclear detonation detection, environmental monitoring, military Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), navigation warfare, command and control, and Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) in support of USSPACECOM and the other Combatant Commands. The CFSCC also executes command and control of assigned multinational forces in support of Operation Olympic Defender, as directed by USSPACECOM.
The United States and partner nations unequivocally recognize the strategic importance the space domain has on our economies, technology, national security, and defense. To that end, we collectively share the view that military cooperation concerning the space domain is vital to our countries’ interests. Our respective nations are actively working together to address threats and shared interests in space; and to preserve access to the space domain for the defense of our nations and the future of humankind.
Today, the threat to the United States’ unfettered access to and freedom to operate in space is real and growing at an increasing pace. As the nation’s focal point for space superiority operations, the JTF-SD and NSDC, along with our mission partners continue to
Plan, coordinate an conduct synchronized operations across multiple domains, disciplines, agencies and combatant commands to challenge the threat
Develop new operational concepts, tactics, techniques and procedures to protect and defense U.S. equities in the space domain
Field new systems and integrate multi-domain capabilities to protect and defend U.S. interests in space
Identify new space superiority concepts and requirements to ensure U.S.’s sustained competitive advantage in space.