Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station (CMAFS) is truly one of the most unique installations in the world. Apart from the fact that 5.1 acres are housed 2,000 feet underground, operations are conducted 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. CMAFS is at the center of a worldwide system of satellites, radars, and sensors that provide early warning of any missile, air or space threat to North America. CMAFS also processes theater ballistic missile warning for U.S. and allied forces. CMAFS provides a day-to-day data feed of what is in space and where it is located to enable space situational. CMAFS is host to a number of missions and organizations: NORAD-NORTHCOM's training, exercise and alternate command center functions, USSTRATCOM's Missile Warning Center, Det 2, 17th Test Squadron, Air Force Technical Applications Center's research laboratory, the Defense Intelligence Agency's Western Regional CONUS Support Center, and the 721st Mission Support Group which falls under the 21st Space Wing.
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