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MSgt Daniel A. Sirias, USSF

MSgt Daniel A. Sirias, USSF

Superintendent for Space Mission Assurance, U.S. Space Force

MSgt Daniel A. Sirias serves as the Superintendent for Space Mission Assurance, Headquarters, U.S. Space Force, the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia. In this capacity, he is responsible for developing policies and guidance to safeguard the vital infrastructure supporting the integrated space systems of over 1,200 assets worldwide. Moreover, he advises the Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Operations, Cyber, and Nuclear of the United States Space Force and the Office of Secretary of Defense on all matters of risk to space mission architectures and task critical assets.

Master Sergeant Sirias is from Houston, Texas, and graduated from Alief Elsik High School. He enlisted in the United States Air Force in March 2009. After dedicating 11 years of honorable service in the Air Force, he received the distinguished opportunity to join the newly established Space Force as a Cyber Guardian in December 2020.

His background consists of various Squadron, Wing, Numbered Air Force, and Headquarters level functions including Computer Programming and Systems Development, Knowledge Management, Command Executive support, Command Chief Executive, Information Technology Project Management, and Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications Quality Assurance. His assignments include bases in South Dakota, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Korea, and Italy, and deployed in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM and INHERENT RESOLVE. Prior to his current position, Master Sergeant Sirias served as the Superintendent for the 7th Air Force Staff, at Osan Air Force Base, Republic of Korea.

  • 08-May-2024
    General Session: Lonestar Ballrooms DEF
    Panel: NCO