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With its approval in December 2019, the U.S. Space Force (USSF) became the newest branch of the United States military. Its mission brings together both military and civilian assets to maintain and enhance the competitive edge of the Department of Defense, with a singular focus on protecting our interest and security in space.

As the Space Force takes shape, Air Force Civilian Service is recruiting the brightest civilian minds in science, technology, aerospace, and engineering to help forge its future. Incredible opportunities await talented and ambitious professionals who can contribute to this vital new branch of our military. We currently have dozens of jobs that need to be filled. Get details and start the application process.

USSF operations and launch bases provide services, facilities, and range safety control for the conduct of DoD, NASA, and commercial space launches. Through the command and control of all DoD satellites, satellite operators provide force-multiplying effects, continuous global coverage, low vulnerability, and autonomous operations. Satellites provide essential in-theater secure communications, weather and navigational data for ground, air, and fleet operations, and threat warning.

Ground-based and space-based systems monitor ballistic missile launches around the world to guard against a surprise missile attack on North America. A global network of space surveillance sensors provide vital information on the location of satellites and space debris for the nation and the world. Maintaining space superiority is an emerging capability required to protect U.S. space assets from hostile attacks.


If you are interested in learning about civilian job opportunities in the Space Force and in the U.S. Air Force, register here and we’ll keep you informed as jobs become available.

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