DEL 15 activates two subordinate squadrons: 15th CACS, 15th ISRS
The elements in the new emblem are drawn from Roman tradition commonly used in U.S. Army intelligence heraldry. The outside border is platinum, the distinctive color of Space Operations Command. This represents the strength of SpOC’s Guardians, the rarity of its calling, and the nobility of its mission. The skeleton key represents the use of intelligence methods to unlock enemies’ secrets. The adversary objects in descent represent how intelligence integration leads the relative disadvantage of adversaries in the East and West. The solar system features the Earth in the foreground and the terrain displaying the contemporary areas of concern. Finally, the new moon and Mars in the background complete a representation of the three goals of the National Space Strategy. The mission of the 15th ISRS is to apply integrated intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities and effects to protect on-orbit assets and achieve space superiority. (U.S. Space Force photo by Dalton Prejeant)

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U.S. Space Command Space Symposium 39 Video Opener
United States Space Command
April 10, 2024 | 0:50
U.S. Space Command opener video for Space Symposium 39.
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