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  • OBAC Ribbon Cutting

    Members of Team Buckley participated in a ribbon cutting, commemorating the grand opening of the new Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) Battlespace Awareness Center on July 5, 2023, in the Mission Control Station at Buckley Space Force Base, Colo.

  • CMSAF Bass visits Buckley SFB

    Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass visited Buckley Space Force Base, April 17, 2023, to receive an immersion into the mission support role of Space Base Delta 2 and meet with Airmen and Guardians at Buckley SFB.

  • 460th OSS Inactivation; DEL 4 S-Staff Assumes Responsibility

    A board of patches representing the current and prior members of the 460th Operations Support Squadron stands at the 460th OSS inactivation ceremony March 11, 2022, at the Leadership Development Center on Buckley Space Force Base, Colo. The Space Delta 4 Staff Section (S-Staff) was stood up in place

  • The 6th Space Warning Squadron: Ever Aware

    The 6th Space Warning Squadron, often referred to as “TEAM 6,” provides timely and accurate missile warning and space surveillance data to the U.S., its allied leaders, and its 140-member-team. The team works endlessly to ensure the safety and security of North America.

  • Space Force Captain Makes History

    USSF Capt. Angelo Centeno, 2nd Space Warning Squadron weapons and tactics flight commander, stationed at Buckley AFB, was one of the first two USSF members to attend and graduate from the Inter-American Squadron Officer School (ISOS) at Lackland AFB, Texas.

  • DEL 4 CC commissions into USSF

    Surrounded by his loved ones and esteemed leaders, Col. Richard Bourquin, Space Delta 4 commander, commissioned into the U.S. Space Force on Jan. 5, 2021.

  • United States Space Force establishes Space Delta 4

    Col. Richard “Bear” Bourquin assumes command of the newly-formed Space Delta 4, during a virtual ceremony hosted by Gen. Jay Raymond, Chief of Space Operations, July 24, continuing the alignment of units within the U.S. Space Force. DEL 4 will operate and support both space and ground-based sensors