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Deputy Chief of Space Operations

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A deputy chief of space operations is a senior leadership position in the United States Space Force. There are four deputy chiefs of space operations in the Space Force, staffed either by a lieutenant general or a senior executive service personnel. They are the service's equivalent to the Army's and Air Force's deputy chiefs of staff, the Marine Corps' deputy commandants, and the Navy's deputy chiefs of naval operations. They are part of the Office of the Chief of Space Operations and hold office at the Pentagon.

The proposed organizational structure of the Space Force's headquarters was first revealed in a February 2020 congressional report, with directors instead of deputy chiefs of space operations. Intending to be "lean and agile", the service consolidated the normal nine functional areas into three directorates.[1] In a June 2020 draft proposal, the position was renamed deputy chiefs of staff.[2] On July 29, 2020, the first two deputy chiefs of operations were nominated.[3] The Space Force adopted C-suite titles in designing their senior leadership positions.[4]

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Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Human Capital

The deputy chief of space operations for human capital[a] (S1 or SF/CHCO)[5] is the chief human capital officer of the Space Force.[6] The CHCO directs the Space Force's personnel management, which encompasses force structure analysis, personnel programs, civilian personnel, readiness, senior officer matters, quality force issues, equal opportunity, and family support.[7]

Structure

  • Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Katharine Kelley
    • Assistant Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Todd L. Remington[8]
      • Director, Analysis and Systems (SF/S1A):
      • Director, Civilian Policy and Management (SF/S1C):
      • Director, Force Development (SF/S1D): Steve Turner Jr.[9]
      • Director, Senior Leader Management (SF/S1L):
      • Director, Manpower (SF/S1M):
      • Director, Military Policy and Management (SF/S1P):
      • Director, Quality of Life & Resilience (SF/S1Q):
      • Director, Enterprise Talent Management (SF/ETM): Rob Romer[10]
    • Senior Enlisted Advisor: CMSgt Jason Childers[11]

List of officeholders

No. Deputy Chief of Space Operations Term Ref.
Portrait Name Took office Left office Term length
1Mulcahy, PatriciaPatricia Mulcahy
(born c. 1958)
August 20203 June 2022~1 year, 292 days[12]
2Kelley, KatharineKatharine Kelley
(born c. 1977)
~13 July 2022Incumbent~1 year, 312 days[13]

Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Intelligence

The deputy chief of space operations for intelligence (S2) is the senior intelligence officer of the Space Force. The S2 has intelligence policy, oversight, and guidance of Space Force intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. The S2 is responsible for the Space Force Intelligence Community Element to the United States Intelligence Community and is the chief of the Service Cryptologic Component with delegated authorities from the Director of the National Security Agency.[14]

Structure

  • Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Maj Gen Gregory Gagnon
    • Assistant Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Ed Mornston[15]
      • Director, Analysis and Production (S2A):
      • Director, ISR Partnerships and Integration (S2I):
      • Director, Warfighter Support (S2P): Col Marc D. Daniels[16]
      • Director, ISR Resources and Requirements (S2R): Col Phoenix L. Hauser[17]
      • Director, Space Force Cryptologic Office (S2C): Al Monteiro[18][19]
      • Director, Space Force GEOINT Office (S2G):

List of officeholders

No. Deputy Chief of Space Operations Term Ref.
Portrait Name Took office Left office Term length
1Lauderback, Leah G.Major General
Leah Lauderback
(born 1971)
~August 2020July 2022~1 year, 334 days[20]
2Gagnon, Gregory J.Major General
Gregory Gagnon
(born 1972)
July 2022Incumbent~1 year, 310 days[21]

Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Operations, Cyber, and Nuclear

Chief Operations Office emblem

The deputy chief of space operations for operations, cyber, and nuclear (S3/4/6/7/10 or SF/COO)[5] is the chief operations officer of the Space Force.[6] The COO has overall responsibility for the Space Force's operations, intelligence, sustainment, cyber, and nuclear operations.[22]

Structure

Chief Operations Office organizational chart
  • Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Lt Gen DeAnna Burt
    • Assistant Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Brig Gen James E. Smith
    • Associate Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Bruce E. Hollywood[23]
    • Director of Staff: Christopher Terrio
    • Senior Enlisted Advisor: CMSgt Tina R. Timmerman[24]
    • Senior Cyber Officer: Col Shay Warakomski
      • Director, Force Assessment (COO/S3A): Col Neil Menzie
      • Director, Current Operations (COO/S33):
      • Director, Future Operations (COO/S35): Col Ramsey M. Horn[25]
      • Director, Training (S3T): Col Joseph Tobin
      • Director, Joint and National Security Council Matters (S3J): Col Kelly Anderson
      • Director, Special Programs (S3Z): Mr. Roberto Colon
      • Director, Mission Sustainment (S4O): Col Paul G. Filcek
      • Director, Cyber and Spectrum Operations Integration (S6C): Col Joseph J. Wingo[26]
      • Director, Force Generation (S7O): Col Nathan D. Boardman[27]
      • Director, Deterrence Operations (S10N):

List of officeholders

No. Deputy Chief of Space Operations Term Ref.
Portrait Name Took office Left office Term length
1Saltzman, B. ChanceLieutenant General
B. Chance Saltzman
(born 1969)
7 August 20202 November 20222 years, 87 days[28]
-Endicott, Troy L.Brigadier General
Troy Endicott
(born 1971)
Acting
2 November 20221 December 202229 days[29]
2Burt, DeAnnaLieutenant General
DeAnna Burt
(born 1969)
1 December 2022Incumbent1 year, 171 days[30]

Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Strategy, Plans, Programs, and Requirements

The deputy chief of space operations for strategy, plans, programs, requirements (S5/8 or SF/CSRO) is the chief strategy and resourcing officer of the Space Force.[6] The CSRO has overall responsibility for the Space Force's strategies, requirements, and budget.[31]

Structure

  • Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Lt Gen Shawn Bratton
    • Assistant Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Stephen L. Hart[32]
      • Director of Strategy, Futures, and Partnerships (S5S): Col Todd J. Benson[33]
        • Chief, Futures and Intgeration (S5SB): Col Carl Bottolfson[34]
        • Chief, Global Partnerships (S5SP): Col George B. Nuno[35]
        • Chief, Strategy, Policy, and Plans (S5SS):
      • Director of Operational Capability Requirements (S5R):
        • Chief, Information Warfare and Mobility (S5RI):
        • Chief, Combat Power (S5RP):
        • Chief, Requirements Integration (S5RR):
      • Director of Plans and Programs (S8): Brig Gen Robert Hutt
        • Deputy Director & Chief, Planning and Analysis (S8PX): Jason Sutherland[36]
        • Chief, Resource Integration (S8PN): Ramon Ayoade[37]
        • Chief, Programming (S8PS): Emil Garawan[38]
    • Mobilization Assistant: Brig Gen Damon S. Feltman, USAF
    • Senior Enlisted Advisor:

List of officeholders

No. Deputy Chief of Space Operations Term Ref.
Portrait Name Took office Left office Term length
1Liquori, William J. Jr.Lieutenant General
William Liquori
(born c. 1969)
7 August 20201 August 20221 year, 359 days[39]
2Garrant, Philip A.Lieutenant General
Philip Garrant
(born c. 1969)
2 August 202222 December 20231 year, 142 days[40]
3Bratton, ShawnLieutenant General
Shawn Bratton
(born 1968)
22 December 2023Incumbent150 days[41]

Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Technology and Innovation

The deputy chief of space operations for technology and innovation (S9 or SF/CTIO)[4][5] is the chief technology and innovation officer of the Space Force.[6][42]

Structure

  • Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Lisa A. Costa
    • Assistant Deputy Chief of Space Operations: Col Nathan L. Iven[43]
    • Director, Science, Technology, and Research (STR): Joel B. Mozer[44]
    • Director, Innovation and Digital Transformation (IDT): Col Stephen Landry[45]
    • Director, Digital Infrastructure, Data, and Data Analytics (IDA):
    • Director, Analysis (S9): Gerald Diaz[46]

List of officeholders

No. Deputy Chief of Space Operations Term Ref.
Portrait Name Took office Left office Term length
Crider, Kimberly A.Major General
Kimberly Crider
(born c. 1964)
Acting
August 2020June 2021~304 days[47]
Olson, John M.Brigadier General
John M. Olson
(born c. 1970)
Acting
June 2021September 2021~92 days[48]
1Costa, Lisa A.Lisa A. Costa
(born c. 1964)
September 2021Incumbent~2 years, 248 days[49]

See also

References

Notes

  1. ^ Also referred to as the deputy chief of space operations for personnel.[5]

References

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  10. ^ https://www.linkedin.com/in/rob-romer-6949343b/
  11. ^ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-childers-667827210/
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