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Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force

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Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force
Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force service cap badge.png
CMSSF service cap badge
Flag of the Senior Enlisted Advisor of the Space Force.svg
CMSSF flag
Incumbent
Roger A. Towberman

since April 3, 2020 (2020-04-03)
United States Space Force
Space Staff
StyleChief
TypeSenior enlisted advisor
AbbreviationCMSSF
Member ofThe Space Staff
Reports toChief of Space Operations
AppointerChief of Space Operations
Formation3 April 2020
First holderRoger A. Towberman
Salary$9,109.50 per month, regardless of the incumbent's service longevity[1]
WebsiteOfficial Website

The chief master sergeant of the Space Force (acronym: CMSSF) is the senior enlisted advisor to the chief of space operations and the secretary of the Air Force. The chief master sergeant of the Space Force is the highest-ranking non-commissioned officer in the U.S. Space Force, unless the senior enlisted advisor to the chairman is a Space Force enlisted guardian.

The current chief master sergeant of the Space Force is Roger A. Towberman, who assumed the office on 3 April 2020.[2]

Responsibilities

The chief master sergeant of the Space Force serves as the senior enlisted advisor to both the chief of space operations and the secretary of the Air Force on all matters regarding the welfare, readiness, morale, proper utilization, and progress of Space Force enlisted members and their families.[2]

Insignia

The first rank insignia worn by the chief master sergeant of the Space Force, was based upon the rank insignia of the Air Force's chief master sergeant rank insignia, with other components, such as the two stars, designed to be consistent with the senior enlisted advisor rank of the other services. The delta, orbit, and globe elements at the center of the rank were taken from the seal of the United States Space Force. However, unlike the insignia of the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force which has a Laurel wreath around the central star within the rockers, the CMSSF insignia does not.[2] On 20 September 2021, new insignia for all enlisted in the Space Force was introduced, including the CMSSF.[3][4][5]

History

The inaugural chief master sergeant of the Space Force, Chief Master Sergeant Roger A. Towberman, was sworn in on 3 April 2020, having previously served as the command chief master sergeant of the Air Force Space Command, and co-currently serving as the senior enlisted leader of the United States Space Command. In addition to being the first chief master sergeant of the Space Force, he is also the second member of the Space Force and its first enlisted member.[2]

The position was originally known as the senior enlisted advisor of the Space Force (SEASF) from 3 April 2020 until it was renamed on 1 February 2021.[6]

Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force

General John W. Raymond, Chief of Space Operations, swears in Towberman as the first senior enlisted advisor of the Space Force while Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett looks on, April 3, 2020.
General John W. Raymond, Chief of Space Operations, swears in Towberman as the first senior enlisted advisor of the Space Force while Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett looks on, April 3, 2020.
No. Portrait Name Term Served under: Ref.
Took office Left office Duration Chief of Space Operations Secretary of the Air Force
1Roger A. Towberman3 April 2020Incumbent2 years, 182 daysJohn W. RaymondBarbara Barrett
John P. Roth (acting)
Frank Kendall III
[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Defense Finance and Accounting Service > MilitaryMembers > payentitlements > Pay Tables > Basic Pay > EM".
  2. ^ a b c d e Keller, MSgt Sara (3 April 2020). "CMSgt Towberman sworn in as the first Senior Enlisted Advisor for the U.S. Space Force". United States Space Force Public Affairs. Retrieved 4 April 2020.
  3. ^ SpaceForceDOD Twitter, "Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force Roger A. Towberman announced today the new design of the #SpaceForce's enlisted rank insignia." 
  4. ^ Hadley, Greg (20 September 2021). "Space Force Reveals Insignia for Enlisted Ranks". airforcemag.com. Air Force Magazine. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  5. ^ Toropin, Konstantin (20 September 2021). "The Space Force Finally Has Its Own Rank Insignia". Military.com. Retrieved 21 September 2021.
  6. ^ Pawlyk, Oriana (2021-01-29). "These Are the Official Space Force Ranks". Military.com. Retrieved 2021-01-29.
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