Rhonda Sheya, Author at US Space Force Association
US Space Force Association

Lindsey Heroux Making History and Honoring a Legacy

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Sgt. Heroux graduated from Air Force BMT at JBSA in 2017 as an honor graduate and was invited to apply to transition to the USSF in 2020 based on her career field in intelligence. She was officially sworn into the Space Force in February of 2021, where she is making history as one of the women to serve in the U.S. Space Force.

SFA Thanks Integrity ISR for Sponsoring its Veterans Day Space Professional Certification Promotion

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In honor of Veterans Day, the Space Force Association offered free space professional certification testing to active duty military members and veterans during the month of November under Global Space University. Global Space University announced that, thanks to the sponsorship of Integrity ISR, more than 125 veterans took advantage of the free space professional certification testing, which normally carries a $450 fee, for a total value of over $56,000.

Space Force Association D.C. Chapter hosted birthday celebration for the U.S. Space Force

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The Washington D.C. Chapter of the Space Force Association (SFA) hosted a celebration in honor of the third birthday of the United States Space Force. The event was held on December 20th at the Army Navy Club in Arlington VA. The festivities included a celebration honoring Space Force Guardians and their mission and included special guest General B. Chance Saltzman, Chief of Space Operations, United States Space Force, Bill Woolf (USAF Col. Ret.) founder and president of the Space Force Association and many other high ranking military, political, and industry leaders.

SFA and Unity Announce “SFA Creator League”

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The SFA Creator League is a new program supporting the development of software coding and digital design skills. As a result it will foster the creation of a secure digital metaverse converting the physical and digital realities of space.

Petty GMS US Space Force Car featured at Martinsville Speedway this past weekend

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SFA President Bill Woolf commented Sunday, “With 75 million NASCAR fans, there is no better way to inform America about the United States Space Force than to put it on a car. SFA is honored to be showcased on the same car to let people know they can support the Space Force by becoming a member. We can’t all be members of the Space Force, but we can all join the Space Force Association.”