Definition of Air force space command
1. Noun. A command of the United States Air Force that is responsible for defending the United States through its space and intercontinental ballistic missile operations.
Generic synonyms: Command
Group relationships: Air Force, U. S. Air Force, United States Air Force, Us Air Force, Usaf
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Literary usage of Air force space command
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1. High Frontier: The U.S. Air Force & the Military Space Program by Curtis Peebles (1998)
"After a period of study, on September 1, 1982, Headquarters USAF established Air Force Space Command at Peterson AFB in Colorado Springs, Colorado, ..."
2. The History of the Unified Command Plan 1946-1993 by Ronald H. Cole (1996)
"In April 1983, General James V. Hartinger, who was CINC, Aerospace Defense Command, as well as Commander, US air force space command, ..."
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