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U.S. Air Force Gen. John Hyten (center right), commander of U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), shows Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island (second from left), ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and Lt. Gen. Jack Weinstein (center left), Air Force chief of staff for strategic deterrence and nuclear integration, the command seal of Strategic Air Command (SAC) – the U.S. Air Force Major Command that evolved into USSTRATCOM – in the lobby of USSTRATCOM headquarters at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., May 30, 2018.
180530-F-YA200-052.JPG Photo By: Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Lovelady

OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. - U.S. Air Force Gen. John Hyten (center right), commander of U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), shows Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island (second from left), ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and Lt. Gen. Jack Weinstein (center left), Air Force chief of staff for strategic deterrence and nuclear integration, the command seal of Strategic Air Command (SAC) – the U.S. Air Force Major Command that evolved into USSTRATCOM – in the lobby of USSTRATCOM headquarters at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., May 30, 2018. Reed spent two days with Hyten at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., and Offutt for discussions and briefings on USSTRATCOM’s capabilities, missions and priorities. U.S. Strategic Command has global responsibilities assigned through the Unified Command Plan that include strategic deterrence, nuclear operations, space operations, joint electromagnetic spectrum operations, global strike, missile defense, and analysis and targeting.


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