New Space Force Base Evolves from Vandenberg AFB.

“We have to be prepared that we have the proper assets in orbit to protect and defend what we need and what we rely on every day, not just as war fighters, but the American public.”

— Col. Anthony Mastalir, Commander, 30th Space Wing and Western Launch and Test Range, Vandenberg Space Force Base, May 14, 2021

“Retired Navy Physicist Dr. Bruce Maccabee predicts that the U S. Navy’s Special Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) will confirm what civilian investigators have long suspected: some UAP are vehicles controlled by non-human intelligences, NHI.

— Paradigm Research Group Press Release from Dr. Bruce Maccabee, May 16, 2021

 

May 16, 2021   Vandenberg, CaliforniaOn Friday, May 14, 2021, California’s Vandenberg VAFB was renamed U. S.  Vandenberg Space Force Base, VSFB.  in a ceremony on the parade field. Vandenberg is in Santa Barbara County, California, on the Pacific Ocean 62 miles northwest of Santa Barbara. And it’s huge. Vandenberg AFB covers more than 98,000 acres along 35 miles of Pacific coastline.

The new Space Force Base will be historic Vandenberg AFB that is 62 miles northwest of Santa Barbara, California, on the Pacific Ocean.
The new Space Force Base emerges from the historic  Vandenberg AFB that is 62 miles northwest of Santa Barbara, California, on the Pacific Ocean and goes all the way back to 1941’s Camp Cooke, an Army garrison for tank, infantry and artillery training. Later during the Cold War from 1947 to 1991, Cooke was changed to Vandenberg in honor of General Hoyt Vandenberg, who was Chief of Staff of the USAF and a member of President Harry Truman’s Majestic-12 group assigned to monitor and analyze the UFO phenomena.  Click to enlarge map.
In this Feb. 23, 2021, file photo released by the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command, an unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile launches during an operation test at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. California's Vandenberg Air Force Base will be renamed as a U.S. Space Force Base. The name will be changed to Vandenberg Space Force Base during a ceremony Friday, May 14, 2021, on the parade field. The sprawling Central Coast base tests ballistic missiles and conducts orbital launches for defense, science and commercial purposes. (Brittany E. N. MurphyU.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command via AP, File). Click to enlarge image.
Ballistic missile test at Vandenberg AFB on February 23, 2021. Vandenberg has long been a major test center for ballistic missiles and orbital launches for defense, science and commercial purposes.  Source: U.S. Space Force photo by Michael Peterson. Click to enlarge image.

In the above February 23, 2021, image released by the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command, an unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile launched during an operation test at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California 62 miles northwest of Santa Barbara. Now the huge complex has officially changed to the U. S. Vandenberg Space Force Base during a ceremony Friday, May 14, 2021, on the parade field.

Further, Vandenberg’s 30th Space Wing is being renamed Space Launch Delta 30 under the Space Operations Command.

The head of the 30th Space Wing and Western Launch and Test Range, Vandenberg Space Force Base, is Col. Anthony Mastalir. He defines his mission,  “We have to be prepared that we have the proper assets in orbit to protect and defend what we need and what we rely on every day, not just as war fighters, but the American public.”

Meanwhile, there is a 180-day countdown to June 24, 2021, requested by Congress in the COVID Spending Relief bill signed December 27, 2020, which requests the Secretary of Defense and the Director of National Intelligence to provide information about “Advanced Aerial Threats” associated with “foreign adversaries” in the categories of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena aka UAPs and UFOs.

The Paradigm Research Group released a Press Release on May 16, 2021, from Dr. Bruce Maccabee, retired U. S. Navy physicist:  “Retired Navy Physicist Dr. Bruce Maccabee predicts that the U S. Navy’s Special Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) will confirm what civilian investigators have long suspected: some UAP are vehicles controlled by non-human intelligences, NHI.”

Col. Anthony J. Mastalir, Commander of the 30th Space Wing and Western Launch and Test Range, Vandenberg Space Force Base, California.
Col. Anthony J. Mastalir, Commander of the 30th Space Wing and Western Launch and Test Range, Vandenberg Space Force Base, California.

The Space Force is the sixth uniformed American military branch created in 2019 during the Trump administration.  And now Vandenberg AFB reports that “personnel assigned to the Air Force Space Command were reassigned to the Space Force and are no longer connected to the USAF.

An official press release on May 14th stated: “Re-designating Air Force installations as Space Force installations is critical to establishing a distinct culture and identity for the space force.”

The name will be changed to Vandenberg Space Force Base during an afternoon ceremony on the parade field at the sprawling base on the state’s Central Coast, which tests ballistic missiles and conducts orbital launches for defense, science and commercial purposes.

The Space Force was created as the sixth uniformed military branch in 2019 during the administration of former President Donald Trump. Personnel assigned to the Air Force Space Command were reassigned to the Space Force, ending its Air Force lineage.

“Redesignating Air Force installations as Space Force installations is critical to establishing a distinct culture and identity for the Space Force,” a base statement said.

Vandenberg’s host unit, the 30th Space Wing, will be re-designated Space Launch Delta 30, under Space Operations Command. 

Also see:

06/16/2019:  President Donald Trump Says Navy Pilots “Seeing and Watching” for UFOs.

05/16/2021:  Press Release Dateline: Washington, D. C. from Paradigm Research Group.


Websites:

“Powerful Pictures Show What Nuclear ‘Fire and Fury’ Really Looks Like,” August 9, 1917, National Geographic: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/proof/2017/08/fire-fury-hiroshima-nagasaki-anniversary-nuclear-atomic-bomb-pictures/

“An Introduction to Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse,” by Jerry Emanuelson, B.S.E.E.: http://www.futurescience.com/emp.html


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