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USSPACECOM Hosts third iteration of Space Medicine Forum

U.S. Air Force Col. Kelly Dorenkott, U.S. Space Command surgeon general, welcomes attendees to the Third Annual Space Medical Forum in Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 24, 2024. The Joint Space Medicine Forum hosted more than 40 medical professionals in person and virtually from 17 government and civilian organizations to discuss current operations and training to ensure space medicine provides the best care for the Human Space Flight Support program and our space operators. USSPACECOM, working with Allies and Partners, plans, executes, and integrates military spacepower into multi-domain global operations in order to deter aggression, defend national interests, and when necessary, defeat threats.

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