Aerospace Data Facility-Colorado
|Aerospace Data Facility-Colorado|
|Part of Buckley Air Force Base|
|Type||Satellite ground station|
|Owner||United States Air Force|
|Controlled by||National Reconnaissance Office|
Aerospace Data Facility-Colorado (ADF-C) is one of three satellite ground stations operated by the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) in the continental United States. Located within Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora, Colorado, the facility is responsible for the command and control of reconnaissance satellites involved in the collection of intelligence information and for the dissemination of that intelligence to other U.S. government agencies. The National Security Agency (NSA) Central Security Service (CSS) Colorado Cryptologic Center (CCC) is co-located with ADF-C and employs around 850 NSA personnel.
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