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Commander of Space Systems Command

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Commander of Space Systems Command
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Space Systems Command emblem
Flag of a United States Space Force lieutenant general.svg
Flag of a Space Force lieutenant general
Incumbent
Lieutenant General Michael Guetlein

since 13 August 2021
United States Space Force
Reports toChief of Space Operations
Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space Acquisition and Integration[citation needed]
SeatLos Angeles Air Force Base, California, U.S.
PrecursorCommander, Space and Missile Systems Center
Formation2 August 1954
First holderBernard A. Schriever
DeputyDeputy Commander, Space Systems Command

This is a list of all commanders of Space Systems Command and all its historical antecedents, organizations that took its lineage.

List of commanders

Western Development Division

No. Commander[1] Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1Major General
Bernard A. Schriever
(1910–2005)
2 August 195431 May 19572 years, 302 days

Air Force Ballistic Missile Division

No. Commander[1] Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1Major General
Bernard A. Schriever
(1910–2005)
1 June 195724 April 19591 year, 327 days
2Major General
Osmond J. Ritland
25 April 195931 March 19611 year, 340 days

Space Systems Division

No. Commander[2] Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1Major General
Osmond J. Ritland
1 April 196113 May 19621 year, 42 days
2Lieutenant General
Howell M. Estes Jr.
(1914–2007)
14 May 19622 October 1962141 days
3Major General
Ben I. Funk
3 October 196231 August 19663 years, 332 days
4Major General
Paul T. Cooper
1 September 196630 June 1967302 days

Space and Missile Systems Organization

No. Commander[2] Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1Lieutenant General
John W. O'Neill
1 July 196731 August 19692 years, 61 days
2Lieutenant General
Samuel C. Phillips
(1921–1990)
1 September 196924 August 19722 years, 358 days
3Lieutenant General
Kenneth W. Schultz
25 August 197228 August 19753 years, 3 days
4Lieutenant General
Thomas W. Morgan
29 August 197528 April 19782 years, 242 days
5Lieutenant General
Richard C. Henry
(1925–2020)
28 April 197830 September 19791 year, 155 days

Space Division

No. Commander[2] Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1Lieutenant General
Richard C. Henry
(1925–2020)
1 October 19791 May 19833 years, 212 days
2Lieutenant General
Forrest S. McCartney
(1931–2012)
1 May 198330 September 19863 years, 152 days
3Lieutenant General
Aloysius G. Casey
(1932–2020)
9 October 198623 June 19881 year, 258 days
4Lieutenant General
Donald L Cromer
24 June 198814 March 1989263 days

Space Systems Division

No. Commander[2] Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1Lieutenant General
Donald L. Cromer
15 March 198931 May 19892 years, 77 days
2Lieutenant General
Edward P. Barry Jr.
8 July 199130 June 1992358 days

Space and Missile Systems Center

No. Commander[2] Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1Lieutenant General
Edward P. Barry Jr.
1 July 199216 November 19942 years, 138 days
2Lieutenant General
Lester L. Lyles
(born 1946)
17 November 199418 August 19961 year, 275 days
3Lieutenant General
Roger G. DeKok
(1947–2003)
19 August 199612 August 19981 year, 358 days
4Lieutenant General
Eugene L. Tattini
(born 1943)
13 August 199825 May 20012 years, 285 days
5Lieutenant General
Brian A. Arnold
25 May 200120 May 20056 years, 280 days
6Lieutenant General
Michael A. Hamel
20 May 200516 May 20082 years, 362 days
7Lieutenant General
John T. Sheridan
16 May 20083 June 20113 years, 18 days
8Lieutenant General
Ellen M. Pawlikowski
(born 1956)
3 June 201119 June 20143 years, 16 days
9Lieutenant General
Samuel A. Greaves
19 June 201422 March 20172 years, 276 days
10Lieutenant General
John F. Thompson
22 March 20171 August 20214 years, 132 days
Brigadier General
D. Jason Cothern
(born 1970)
Acting
1 August 202113 August 202112 days

Space Systems Command

No. Commander Term
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1Lieutenant General
Michael A. Guetlein
(born 1967)
13 August 2021Incumbent1 year, 105 days

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Historical Overview of the Space and Missile Systems Center, 1954-2003" (PDF). www.losangeles.spaceforce.mil. Retrieved 14 April 2021.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Space Systems Command (USSF)". Air Force Historical Research Agency.
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