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Space Force establishes its first regional command in Hawaii

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                                The new command will initially be made up of fewer than a hundred troops, known as Guardians.

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    The new command will initially be made up of fewer than a hundred troops, known as Guardians.

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                                Gen. Chance Saltzman, middle, chief of space operations for the U.S. Space Force, watched Tuesday as the Space Force’s flag was unfurled during an activation ceremony for U.S. Space Force Indo-­Pacific Command at Camp Smith.

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    Gen. Chance Saltzman, middle, chief of space operations for the U.S. Space Force, watched Tuesday as the Space Force’s flag was unfurled during an activation ceremony for U.S. Space Force Indo-­Pacific Command at Camp Smith.

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                                Brig. Gen. Anthony J. Mastalir, commander of the U.S. Space Forces Indo-Pacific, speaks during an activation ceremony for U.S. Space Forces Indo-Pacific Command at Camp Smith on Tuesday.

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    Brig. Gen. Anthony J. Mastalir, commander of the U.S. Space Forces Indo-Pacific, speaks during an activation ceremony for U.S. Space Forces Indo-Pacific Command at Camp Smith on Tuesday.

Brig. Gen. Anthony Mastalir will lead the new organization, which initially will be made up of fewer than a hundred troops, known as Guardians. Read more

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