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The Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base is hosting a hiring event for candidates to join the Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS) and help support the mission of SMC, the center of technical excellence for developing, acquiring, fielding and sustaining military space systems.
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Range and Network Division
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AFSPC-6 Mission Art
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SMC RN Logo
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RS Shield
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LE Shield
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The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) is an American organization which accredits ambulatory health care organizations, including ambulatory surgery centers, office-based surgery centers, endoscopy centers, and college student health centers, as well as health plans, such as health maintenance organizations and preferred provider organizations.(Courtesy logo/AAAHC)
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Mental Health Awareness Month
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U.S. Air Force Special Operations recruiters will be at Los Angeles Air Force Base April 28 to meet with and educate male and female enlisted and officer Airmen interested in cross training into Special Tactics. For more information, contact Master Sgt. Amanda Barrett 61st Force Support Squadron career assistance advisor at 653-5573, or e-mail Amanda.Barrett@us.af.mil. You can also visit www.24sow.af.mil, or email Special Tactics Recruiting, Assessments and Selection at 24SOW.RAS.org@us.af.mil.
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460th Space Wing emblem (Official USAF graphic)

In accordance with AFI 84-105, chapter 3, commercial reproduction of this emblem is NOT authorized without the approval of the organization's commander.
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GPS is made up of three parts: satellites, ground stations, and receivers. The satellites act like the stars in constellations — we know where they are supposed to be at any given time within a small range of error. The satellites broadcast their location to the ground stations, and the ground stations are able to detect and correct that error in future uploads to the satellites. When the satellite’s location is more accurately broadcasted to the receivers, the receivers can calculate a more accurate position. A receiver, like you might find in your smartphone or navigation system in a car, is constantly listening for a signal from these satellites. The receiver figures out how far away they are from the satellites in view. Once the receiver calculates its distance from four or more satellites, it knows exactly where you are within a few yards of your actual location. (Courtesy graphic)
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Current locations of GPS network of monitor stations that track navigation signals from GPS satellites and gather data on satellite performance worldwide. (Courtesy graphic)
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A basic primer in graphical form explaining how the Global Positioning System works, courtesy of Air Force Space Command, the Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif., and GPS.gov. A downloadable poster (1.2mb file size) is available online at http://www.gps.gov/multimedia/poster/poster-web.pdf (Courtesy graphic/GPS.gov)
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Official poster of the NROL-45 mission, dedicated to fallen warriors in service to their country with the statement, For those who have given all, we remember. A United Launch Alliance Delta IV Medium+ (5,2) rocket successfully delivered a satellite, designated NROL-45, to orbit for the National Reconnaissance Office after lifting off Feb. 10, 2016 at 3:40 a.m. PSF from Space Launch Complex-6 at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. (Courtesy graphic: ULA and NRO) 

In accordance with AFI 84-105, chapter 3, commercial reproduction of this emblem is NOT permitted without the approval of the organization's commander.
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Atlas V GPS IIF-12 mission art. The GPS 2F-12 satellite is scheduled to ride into space aboard an Atlas V 401 launch vehicle from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida Feb. 5 during a 19-minute launch window between 8:38 to 8:57 a.m. EST (Courtesy graphic/United Launch Alliance)
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SMC Mission of the Month’ banner, featuring the Global Positioning System Directorate (SMC/GP)
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