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Space and Missiles Analysis Group

Space and Missiles Analysis Group
Active 15 April 2008 – present[1]
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Type Combat Support
Role Intelligence
Part of National Air and Space Intelligence Center
Garrison/HQ Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio

Col Kevin B. Glenn

25 August 2010 – present

The Space and Missiles Analysis Group is a unit of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center that develops space and counterspace threat assessments and assesses foreign land-based ballistic missile systems with ranges of 1,000 kilometers (620 mi) and greater.


Major Command


  1. ^ NASIC activates groups and squadrons

External links

  • National Space Policy
  • National Space Policy Factsheet
  • National Security Space Strategy, Unclassified Summary
  • National Security Space Strategy Factsheet
  • Space Posture Review
  • OASD(A) Space and Intelligence Office (SIO)
  • National Security Space Strategy
  • AF ISR Agency Homepage
  • Air Force Space Command
  • National Reconnaissance Office
  • Joint Functional Component Command for Space (JFCC-SPACE) Factsheet
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