RCAF space operators certified and awarded space wings in the U.S.

Six men wearing a variety of disruptive pattern uniforms stand in a line facing the camera; four hold framed documents. Behind them are flags.
From left, Master Corporal Mark Goldade (RCAF), 614th Air Operations Center missile warning duty officer; Captain Ian Mok (RCAF), 614th AOC theater watch officer; Colonel Scott Brodeur, director of the Combined Space Operations Center (CSpOC) and commander of the 614th AOC; Lieutenant-Colonel Alain Dallaire (RCAF), deputy director of the CSpOC and commander of the Canadian Space Detachment; Major Stephen Walsh (RCAF), 614th AOC chief of current operations; and Warrant Officer David Panth, Canadian Space Detachment warrant officer, gather for a photo following a space wing presentation in the CSpOC on January 25, 2019, during which, for the first time ever, Canadian space operators assigned to Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, were certified and awarded the U.S. Air Force Space Operations Badge. PHOTO: USAF, 190125-F-GE353-005

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Three Royal Canadian Air Force space operators assigned to Vandenberg Air Force Base in California were certified and formally awarded the U.S. Air Force Space Operations Badge in the Combined Space Operations Center (CSpOC) on January 25, 2019.

The newly-certified RCAF space operators—the first ever—along with one senior space operator, were recognized and formally presented basic and senior space badges by Colonel Scott Brodeur, director of the CSpOC and commander of the 614th Air Operations Center.

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