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  • 4th Space Launch Squadron

    The 4th Space Launch Squadron (4 SLS) is part of the 30th Space Wing (30 SW), within the 30th Operations Group (30 OG). The squadron is located at Vandenberg AFB, CA, and is the Air Force's Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) launch squadron for the West Coast.
  • 14th Air Force

    Fourteenth Air Force (14 AF) is headquartered at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. It is responsible for the organization, training, equipping, command and control (C2), and employment of Air Force space forces to support operational plans and missions for U.S. combatant commanders and air component commanders. 14 AF is the sole numbered air force for space, serving as an operational space force provider for the Joint Force Space Component Command (JFSCC) and U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM).
  • 30th Space Wing Chapel Office

    Vision: Develop spiritually fit warriors and familiesMission: Provide spiritual care and employ the Chaplain Corps capabilities to provide warriors and families opportunities for the free exercise of religion.Priorities: Provide for religious expression, Encourage spiritual wholeness, Care for warriors and their families    Administrative Offices
  • 30th Comptroller Squadron (30 CPTS)

    MissionProvide premier decision support and financial assistance to ensure indispensable launch, landing, and range capabilities for the Nation.OrganizationThe 30th Comptroller Squadron provides financial management support to all units on Vandenberg AFB. The squadron is composed of the Financial Analysis Flight and the Financial Services
  • 576th Flight Test Squadron

    Mission Located at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, the 576th Flight Test Squadron is America's only dedicated ICBM test squadron professionally executing tests that accurately measure the current and future capability of the ICBM force.Mission DescriptionIn executing the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Initial Operational Test and
  • Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV)

    OverviewThe Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program provides the United States affordable, reliable, and assured access to space with two families of launch vehicles: Atlas V and Delta IV. These launch vehicles provide critical spacelift capability to support Department of Defense and other National Security missions (together known as
  • Equal Opportunity Office

    EQUAL OPPORTUNITY OFFICELocation and Contact Information (805) 606-8780 / 0370 723 Nebraska Avenue, Bldg 10525 Rm. 4 Vandenberg AFB, Ca 93437 Send Us an Email Department of Defense Policy The primary objective of the Equal Opportunity program is to improve mission effectiveness by promoting an environment free from personal, social, or
  • 381st Training Group

    The 381st Training Group is the gateway into the U.S. Air Force for Airmen entering the space, missile, or missile maintenance career fields. Located at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, the 381 TRG provides initial operations and maintenance training for the nation's space and missile forces.
  • 30th Space Wing Staff Judge Advocate

    Hours of OperationMonday & Wednesday: 0800-1600Tuesday & Friday: 0900-1600Thursday: 1200-1600Closed Thursday for training from 0730-1130Legal Advice - Walk-in service on Tuesdays 1300-1400Wills - Wednesdays by appointment onlyPowers of Attorney and Notarizations - Walk-in service during normal business hoursFor questions, please call (805) 605-6200
  • Vandenberg Air Force Base

    MissionEnable space superiority through assured access to space by providing robust, relevant, and efficient spaceport and range capabilities for the Nation.VisionInnovative Airmen leading the next generation of space lift and range capabilities.PrioritiesCare for our Airmen - Execute today's mission - Innovate for the future.HistoryVandenberg was