i5 Space expands to 1,000 members nationwide • United States Air Force Academy | Space

i5 Space expands to 1,000 members nationwide

Cadet 2nd Class John Stevenson, U.S. Air Force Academy 2024 National Director of Staff of i5 Space, and 2nd Lt. (then Cadet 1st Class) Abigail Ryan, i5 Space squadron commander, are pictured in the Space Delta 13 detachment May 2, 2024. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Michael Ward)

By Randy Roughton
U.S. Air Force Academy Strategic Communications

U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo. – A space policy and strategy club founded at the U.S. Air Force Academy has expanded to a nationwide organization with over 1,000 members at dozens of U.S. Air Force ROTC detachments.

Originally called the Institute for Applied Space Policy in Strategy in 2021, the club was rebranded i5 Space a year later. It now has almost 70 host detachments across the nation, including at the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Military Academy, Harvard, Yale University, Cornell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Colorado Boulder, University of Oklahoma, University of Texas at Austin, and others.

Developing space domain awareness

“Today, we are a cadet-created club that is now a national organization,” said Cadet 2nd Class John Stevenson, i5 Space Director of Staff. “We focus on undergraduate space education to build better leaders aware of the space domain through our many educational programs and media content.”

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