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750th Space Group

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750th Space Group
2d Satellite Tracking Group.PNG
750th Space Group emblem
Active30 January 1992 – 25 June 1999
CountryUnited States
BranchUnited States Air Force
TypeSpace Operations
RoleSatellite Command and Control
Size780[1]
Part ofUSAF Group
Garrison/HQOnizuka AFS, California
Decorations
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The United States Air Force's 750th Space Group was a space operations unit located at Onizuka Air Force Station, California.

History

The 750 SG inactivated in June 1999, following the recommendation of the 1995 Department of Defense Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) commission. Primary responsibilities for the AFSCN mission transferred to the 22d Space Operations Squadron, 50th Operations Group, 50th Space Wing, Schriever AFB, Colorado and Air Force support to Space Shuttle missions transferred to the 21st Space Operations Squadron, 50th Operations Group, 50th Space Wing, which stood up at Onizuka AFS. That squadron also provided a necessary backup for AFSCN operations.[2]

Assignments

Major Command/Gaining Command

Wings/Groups

Previous Designations

  • 750th Space Group (30 Jan 1992 – 25 Jun 1999)
  • 2d Satellite Tracking Group (1 Oct 1987 – 30 Jan 1992)[3]

Squadrons assigned

  • (??-1999)

Detachments

  • Detachment 1, 750th Space Group – Vandenberg AFB, California (1 Oct 1987 – 1 Jun 1997)
  • Detachment 2, 750th Space Group – New Boston AFS, New Hampshire (1 Oct 1987 – 1 Nov 1991)
  • Detachment 3, 750th Space Group – Thule AB, Greenland (1 Oct 1987 – 1 Jun 1997)
  • Detachment 4, 750th Space Group – Mahe Space Tracking Station, Sechelles (1 Oct 1987 – 30 Sep 1996)
  • Detachment 5, 750th Space Group – Andersen AFB, Guam (1 Oct 1987 – 1 Jun 1997)
  • Detachment 6, 750th Space Group – Kaena Point, Hawaii (1 Oct 1987 – 1 Jun 1997)
  • Detachment 7, 750th Space Group – Falcon AFB, Colorado[4] (17 Jun 1988 – 1 Jul 1993)
  • Detachment 8, 750th Space Group – Diego Garcia, British Ocean Island Territory (1 Jul 1994 – 1 Jun 1997)
  • Detachment 9, 750th Space Group – Falcon AFB, Colorado (1 May 1989 – 1 Oct 1991)

Commanders

  • Col Michael A. Hamel (1994–1995)[5]

Bases stationed

Equipment Operated

Decorations

See also

References

  1. ^ Dan Cragg (2000). Guide to Military Installations. Stackpole Books. p. 29. ISBN 978-0-8117-2781-5.
  2. ^ [Lineage and Honors, 21st Space Operations Squadron, Air Force Historical Research Agency; Lineage and Honors, 22d Space Operations Squadron, Air Force Historical Research Agency]
  3. ^ Air Force Link: "New Life as the 50th Space Wing" Archived 13 May 2009 at WebCite
  4. ^ Air Force Link: BG Michael Carey Official Biography Archived 18 April 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Air Force Link: LTG Michael A. Hamel Official Biography Archived 18 April 2009 at the Wayback Machine

External links


This page was last edited on 10 August 2019, at 10:04
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