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5th Space Warning Squadron

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5th Space Waring Squadron
5th Space Warning Squadron emblem
Active1992-1999, 2023-present
CountryUnited States
BranchUnited States Space Force
TypeSpace Operations
RoleMissile Warning
Garrison/HQBuckley Space Force Base, Colorado
Motto(s)Partnership for Peace
Lt Col Robert Smith

The United States Space Force's 5th Space Warning Squadron (5 SWS) is a missile warning unit located at Buckley Space Force Base, Colorado.

It used to be known as the 5th Joint Defense Space Communications Squadron. [citation needed]

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From 1992 to 1999, the 5th Space Warning Squadron operated the only ground station in the Southern Hemisphere for the Defense Support Program, a space-based system that provides global missile warning.[1]


  • Col John Harris, USAF, 1993–1995
  • Col Henry W. Poburka, USAF, 12 Jul 1995-1997[2]
  • Unknown, 1997-1999
  • Lt Col Michael A. Provencher, USSF, 13 Oct 2023-3 May 2024
  • Lt Col Robert Smith, USSF, 3 May 2024-present[3]


  • Woomera AS, Australia, 15 May 1992-12 Oct 1999
  • Buckley SFB, Colorado, 13 Oct 2023-present


See also


  1. ^ Endicott, Judy G. (1998). Active Air Force Wings as of 1 October 1995. Air Force Historical Research Agency. pp. 368–369.
  2. ^ AFHRA FOIA Req 09-0061: 21st Space Wing Roster of Key Personnel (as of 31 Dec 1996)
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ AFSPC Special Order GA-10, 2001
  5. ^ AFSPC Special Order GA-97, 2000
  6. ^ AFSPC Special Order GA-09, 1 Nov 1997
  7. ^ AFSPC Special Order GA-15, 1995
  8. ^ AFSPC Special Order GA-095, 1992
  9. ^ Department of the Air Force Special Order GB-161, 1977
  10. ^ Department of the Air Force Special Order GB-830, 1973
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