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This presentation will provide insight into the Air Force GeoBase program and the support provided by the 21st Space Wing GeoBase office to ensure “Dominance of the High Ground”. The 21st Space Wing is tasked with the operation of early missile warning and space object detection equipment around the world in support of NORAD and USSTRATCOM through a network of command and control units and ground based sensors operated by geographically separated units around the world. The GeoBase program ensures the provision of and access to common, accurate and current geospatial information for all Air Force installations, ranges and property and consists of a Common Installation Picture (CIP) and mission specific geospatial data: Mission Data Layers (MDL), Mission Data Sets (MDS) and Regional Installation Pictures (RIP). The 21st Space Wing GeoBase office maintains a robust spatial data enterprise of these worldwide assets valued at $1.7B for installation planning, asset management, and situational awareness purposes. This presentation will detail the 21st Space Wing GeoBase Programs efforts used in the collection, analysis, dissemination and display of georeferenced information that supports the 21st Space Wing mission.