14th Test Squadron welcomes new commander

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Lt. Col. Adam Fisher took command of the 14th Test Squadron during a ceremony July 8 at the Air Force Warfare Center here.

As commander of the only space test squadron in the Air Force Reserve, Fisher is responsible for enhancing Air Force Space Command's and Air Combat Command's warfighting capabilities through testing and evaluation of space systems. His squadron is an associate unit to the 17th Test Squadron at Schriever AFB and provides short-term manpower surge capabilities along with long-term test continuity. It is also a fully-integrated operational testing partner within the United States Air Force Warfare Center and 53rd Wing at Nellis AFB, providing vital Information Assurance and space Operational Test & Evaluation expertise.

Previous to taking command, Fisher served as the Deputy Chief, Plans and Requirements Division, Headquarters Air Force at the Pentagon. He earned his Reserve Officer Training Corps commission from Colorado State University in 2002. His experience also includes space operations in the Global Positioning System, space flight test and space control in both the Active Duty and Reserve.