Digital superiority, readiness focus of USSPACECOM Fall Commander’s Conference
Scoti Springfield Domeij, Pikes Peak Gold Star Mothers vice president, shares the experiences of Gold Star families Oct. 28, 2021, at the Penrose House in Colorado Springs, Colorado, as part of the 2021 Fall Commander's Spouse Conference. Domeij, a Gold Star mother, lost her son U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Kristoffer Domeij of the 75th Ranger Regiment during his 14th combat deployment — who is recognized as the most deployed Soldier in American history to be killed in action. The Pikes Peak American Gold Star Mothers organization supports and provides resources to the mothers of those who lost their sons and daughters in service to the country. Scoti Springfield Domeij spoke to USSPACECOM's headquarters and component senior leaders’ spouses during the event, which was hosted in conjunction with the Fall Commander's Conference. Angie Dickinson, wife of Army Gen. James Dickinson, USSPACECOM commander, discussed strategies to enhance readiness and personal and family resiliency. Ensuring military families have these tools contributes to collective security and prosperity as USSPACECOM warfighters enable the preservation of the modern American way of life.

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