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SMC Directorate Hosts 60th Anniversary GPS Heritage Ceremony

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Space and Missile Systems Center Executive Honored by Women in Defense

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Energy Stars: Space Command team wins national award

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Atlas launch successful

3 SOPS bids farewell to oldest DSCS satellite

Air Force Team completes training camp

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August 24, 1918
Maj. William R. Ream became the first flight surgeon to die in an aircraft accident at Chanute Field, Ill.

August 24, 1935
Brig. Gen. Frank M. Andrews set three world seaplane speed and payload records from Langley Field, Va., to Floyd Bennett Field, N.Y., and back in a Martin B-12A bomber with pontoon floats.

August 24, 1951
Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, Chief of Staff for the Air Force, disclosed the development of atomic tactical weapons for use against armies in the field.

August 24, 1957
First Douglas C-133 delivered to Dover AFB, Del.

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