|Space Delta 6|
|Founded||24 July 2020|
|Branch||United States Space Force|
|Headquarters||Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, U.S.|
|Commander||Col Roy V. Rockwell|
|Superintendent||CMSgt Michael C. Dyer|
Space Delta 6 (DEL 6) is a delta of the United States Space Force, assured access to space through the $6.8 billion Satellite Control Network and defensive cyberspace capabilities for space mission systems.
Activated on 24 July 2020, the delta is headquartered at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. Its current commander is Colonel Roy V. Rockwell.
It replaced the 50th Network Operations Group, which had been part of the former 50th Space Wing.
|21st Space Operations Squadron||Pacific Satellite Control Network operations, Global Positioning System ground infrastructure, Western Range launch support, and defensive cyber operations||Vandenberg Air Force Base, California||Satellite Control Network||Detachment 1: Naval Support Facility Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory|
Detachment 2: Joint Region Marianas, Guam
Kaena Point Air Force Station, Hawaii
Operating Location: Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Defense Test Site, Marshall Islands
|22nd Space Operations Squadron||Satellite Control Network command and control||Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado||Satellite Control Network|
|23rd Space Operations Squadron||Atlantic Satellite Control Network operations, Global Positioning System ground infrastructure, and Eastern Range launch support||New Boston Air Force Station, New Hampshire||Satellite Control Network||Detachment 1: Thule Air Base, Greenland|
Operating Location: RAF Ascension Island, Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
Operating Location: RAF Oakhanger, United Kingdom
Operating Location: Patrick Space Force Base, Florida
|61st Cyber Squadron||Defensive cyber operations||Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado|
|62nd Cyber Squadron||Defensive cyber operations||Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado|
|Portrait||Name||Took office||Left office||Duration|
Roy V. Rockwell
|24 July 2020||Incumbent||319 days|