76th Space Control Squadron

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76th Space Control Squadron
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76th Space Control Squadron emblem
Active 2008-2015[1]
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Type Space Operations
Role Space Control
Part of 21st Space Wing
Garrison/HQ Peterson AFB, Colorado
Nickname(s) "Lobos"

The United States Air Force's 76th Space Control Squadron (76 SPCS) is an offensive counter space unit located at Peterson AFB, Colorado.


The 76th SPCS is an Air Force Space Command unit responsible for delivering offensive counterspace and space situational awareness, as appropriate, to rapidly achieve flexible and versatile effects in support of global and theater campaigns.


For prior separate lineage of 76th Space Control Squadron and 76th Space Operations Squadron see 76th Fighter Squadron

In 2007 the 76th Fighter Squadron was reactivated and its previous lineage was transferred away from the 76th Space Control Squadron.[2]

In February of 2015 the unit was de-activated and personnel absorbed into its sister unit, the 4th Space Control Squadron.


  • 76th Space Control Squadron (16 Nov 2007–Present)[1]


Equipment Operated[edit]

  • Counter Communications System (???-Present)[3][4]


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