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Tech. Sgt. Gregory Reid from the 61st Communications Squadron and a volunteer with the “Rising Six” service group at the Space and Missile Systems Center, prepares to serve the first of nearly 750 attendees during a “Burger Burn” as part of the annual Armed Forces Retiree Appreciation Day, June 3, 2017, at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, California. (U.S. Air Force photo/ James Spellman, Jr.)
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Karen Austin (center), Space and Missile Systems Center Historian, takes on the herculean task of leading three back-to-back tours of the SMC Missile Heritage Center for retirees and their guests during the annual Armed Forces Retiree Appreciation Day, June 3, 2017, at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, California. (U.S. Air Force photo/ James Spellman, Jr.)
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Col. Charles Roberts, commander of the 61st Air Base Group, chats with David Decker, a Navy veteran and volunteer with the Retiree Activities Office at Los Angeles Air Force Base during the annual Armed Forces Retiree Appreciation Day, held June 3, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo/Joseph Juarez, Sr.)
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Retired Chief Master Sgt. Bryan V. Blue, Community Support Coordinator for Los Angeles Air Force Base, gives a briefing on resilience to attendees of the Armed Forces Retiree Appreciation Day June 3, 2017 (U.S. Air Force photo/James Spellman, Jr.)
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Col. (Dr.) Paul Hoerner, commander of the 61st Medical Squadron, chats with a retired Marine in the Gordon Conference Center during the annual Armed Forces Retiree Appreciation Day, held June 3, 2017 at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, California. (U.S. Air Force photo/James Spellman, Jr.)
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Retirees from all branches of military service and their guests make their way around the various vendor tables in the Gordon Conference Center during the annual Armed Forces Retiree Appreciation Day, June 3, 2017, at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, California. (U.S. Air Force photo/James Spellman, Jr.)
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A Juno PTV, provided by the Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, California, successfully launched from the U.S. Army's Fort Wingate near Gallup, New Mexico Dec. 10. The target missile soared high into the atmosphere on its way to the White Sands Missile Range to be intercepted by a Patriot Advanced Capability Three (PAC-3). SMC's Rocket Systems Launch Program and its mission partners re-utilizes excess motors from Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles for U.S. government research, development, test and evaluation efforts. The Patriot Target Vehicle, also known as Juno, incorporates two solid rocket motors from the LGM-30F Minuteman II weapon system which was retired in 1994. (U.S. Army photo/White Sands Missile Range)
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A Falcon 9 lifts off from the pad. (SpaceX photo)
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GPS Satellite
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Victor Ibarra (Courtesy photo)
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Lt. Gen. John Thompson, incoming SMC commander, salutes Gen. John Raymond, Air Force Space Command commander, as Lt. Gen. Samuel Greaves, outgoing SMC commander looks on during the SMC change of command ceremony, May 22. (US Air Force photo/Van Ha)
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Lt. Gen. John Thompson, incoming SMC commander, accepts the flag of command from Gen. John Raymond, commander of Air Force Space Command, during a change of command ceremony May 22 on the parade grounds of historic Fort MacArthur in San Pedro. (US Air Force photo/Van Ha)
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Senior Airman Gerard Listhrop from the Space and Missile Systems Center Financial Management office holds his citizenship certificate after he was sworn in as a U.S. citizen. U.S. Air Force photo.
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A small-scale representational model of the Space Fence System was donated by Lockheed Martin to the Space and Missile Systems Center’s Heritage Center. The display will be maintained by the SMC History Office to inspire and educate students in the surrounding South Bay beach cities and local school communities. The Space Fence is a sophisticated system of S-band ground-based radar sensors that will dramatically improve the way the U.S. Air Force identifies and tracks objects in Earth orbit. (U.S. Air Force photo/Van De Ha)
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Michele Evans, vice president and general manager of Integrated Warfare Systems and Sensors for Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems, accompanied by Robert Condren, Don Tomajen and Nancy FitzGerald, assist Col. Phil Garrant, director of the Space and Missile Systems Center's Space Superiority Directorate in unveiling a new information display at the SMC Heritage Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, California, May 11, 2017.
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Michele Evans, vice president and general manager of Integrated Warfare Systems and Sensors for Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems, accompanied by Robert Condren, Don Tomajen and Nancy FitzGerald, assist Col. Phil Garrant, director of the Space and Missile Systems Center's Space Superiority Directorate in unveiling a new information display at the SMC Heritage Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, California, May 11, 2017.
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