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Commander of Space Training and Readiness Command

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This is a list of all commanders of Space Training and Readiness Command and all its historical antecedents, organizations that took its lineage.[1]

List of commanders

Commander of Space Training and Readiness Command
Space Training and Readiness Command emblem
Flag of an Space Force major general
Major General Timothy Sejba
since 20 July 2023
United States Space Force
Reports toChief of Space Operations
SeatPeterson Space Force Base, Colorado, U.S.
PrecursorCommander, Space Innovation and Development Center
First holderRobert W. Parker
DeputyDeputy Commander, Space Training and Readiness Command
Brig Gen Bratton received his first salute as the first commander of STARCOM, 23 August 2021
Brig Gen Sejba assumes command of Space Training and Readiness Command, 2023
No. Commander[2] Term Ref
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
Space Warfare Center
1Parker, Robert W.Brigadier General
Robert W. Parker
1 November 1993March 1994~134 days[3]
2Vasely, David L.Brigadier General
David L. Vesely
March 1994~28 June 1995~1 year, 92 days[4]
Fry, Howard W. Jr.Colonel
Howard W. Fry Jr.
~28 June 1995~March 1996~261 days[5]
3Moorhead, Glen W. IIIBrigadier General
Glen W. Moorhead III
March 1996July 1998~2 years, 122 days[6]
4Looney, William R. IIIBrigadier General
William R. Looney III
(born 1949)
June 1998May 1999~334 days[7]
5Dylewski, Gary R.Brigadier General
Gary R. Dylewski
April 1999June 2000~1 year, 61 days[8]
6Brigadier General
Douglas J. Richardson
June 2000August 2001~1 year, 61 days[9]
7Goslin, Thomas B. Jr.Major General
Thomas B. Goslin Jr.
August 200118 April 2002~246 days[10]
8Fraser, Douglas M.Brigadier General
Douglas M. Fraser
(born 1950)
18 April 200220 June 20031 year, 63 days[11]
9Darnell, Daniel J.Major General
Daniel J. Darnell
20 June 2003July 2005~2 years, 25 days[12][13]
10Chodzko, Larry J.Colonel
Larry J. Chodzko
July 20051 March 2006~229 days[14]
Space Innovation and Development Center
1Chodzko, Larry J.Colonel
Larry J. Chodzko
1 March 200618 July 2007~1 year, 139 days[14]
2Wright, Robert F. Jr.Colonel
Robert F. Wright Jr.
18 July 2007March 2010~2 years, 240 days[15][16]
3Vincent, Roger M.Colonel
Roger M. Vincent
March 2010July 2012~2 years, 122 days[17]
Space Training and Readiness Command
1Bratton, Shawn N.Major General
Shawn Bratton
(born 1968)
23 August 202120 July 20232 years, 121 days[18]
2Sejba, Timothy A.Major General
Timothy Sejba
(born 1972)
20 July 2023Incumbent155 days[19][20]

List of deputy commanders

No. Deputy Commander Term Ref
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
Space Warfare Center
Chodzko, Larry J.Colonel
Larry J. Chodzko
May 2005July 2005~75 days[14]
Space Training and Readiness Command
1Brigadier General
Todd R. Moore
(born c. 1974)
23 August 2021Incumbent2 years, 121 days[21]

List of senior enlisted leaders

No. Senior Enlisted Leader Term Ref
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1Chief Master Sergeant
James P. Seballes
(born c. 1982)
23 August 202118 December 20232 years, 117 days[22]
2Chief Master Sergeant
Karmann-Monique Pogue
(born c. 1981)
18 December 2023Incumbent4 days[23]

See also


  1. ^ "Who We Are".
  2. ^ "SPACE INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER / space-innovation-and-development-center.pdf / PDF4PRO". PDF4PRO. 12 August 2018.
  3. ^ Department of Defense General/Flag Officer Worldwide Roster December 1993 (PDF). Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Defense. 1993. p. 32.
  5. ^ "Photochart of USAF Leadership" (PDF). Air Force Magazine: 103. 1995.
  9. ^ {
  11. ^ "Space Warfare Center gets new commander". 18 April 2002.
  12. ^ "Brig Gen Darnell Assumes Command Of Space Warfare Center".
  13. ^ "Lieutenant General Daniel J. Darnell". U.S. Air Force. September 2010. Archived from the original on 9 August 2022.
  14. ^ a b c "Biographies : COLONEL LARRY J. CHODZKO". 22 July 2006. Archived from the original on 22 July 2006.
  15. ^ "New SIDC commander "has the". Air Force Space Command (Archived).
  16. ^ "14th AF vice commander to lead SIDC". Schriever Space Force Base.
  17. ^ "Biographies : COLONEL ROGER M. VINCENT". 21 January 2012. Archived from the original on 21 January 2012.
  18. ^
  19. ^
  20. ^ "Brig. Gen. Timothy Sejba Assumes Command of Space Training and Readiness Command". 20 July 2023.
  21. ^ "Todd R. Moore".
  22. ^[bare URL]
  23. ^ "KARMANN-MONIQUE POGUE". Space Training and Readiness Command (STARCOM).
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