The project, as well as its assets, whether permanent or on loan, are commanded by the United Nations' Operation Test and Evaluation Command. Their main R&D headquarters is located in Alaska, Yukon Base, with Colonel Klaus Haltwick as the chief supervisor.
Notable members include US Army 2nd Lieutenant Yuuya Bridges, a graduate of the TOPGUN Surface Pilot training program, Royal Guards Lieutenant Takamura Yui, a pilot from Imperial Japan placed in charge of spearheading the development of their next-generation frontline unit, and Inia Sestina and Cryska Barchenowa, Soviet espers from Alternative III that were assigned to the base as TSF test pilots.
- Colonel Claus Hartwick
- 2nd Lieutenant Rebecca Lindt
- Duma Flight (Mirage 2000 Kai)
- Azriel Test Flight (F-14Ex)
- Garuda Test Flight (F-18E)
- Graf Test Flight (MiG-29OVT)
- Unknown Test Flight (F-18)
- Resheph Flight (F-4E)
- Duma in the Swahili language, which is spoken in Africa, means Cheetah.
- Azriel is the Archangel of Death in Islamic tradition.
- Garuda means eagle in Sanskrit. It is a divine bird in Hindu and Buddhist mythology and it is the national symbol of both Indonesia and Thailand.
- Graf is a title of the German nobility, which means count.
- Slechvalk is the Dutch word for peregrine falcon.
- Sleipnir in Norse mythology is an eight-legged horse which is the horse of Odin.
- Garm is a watchdog in Norse mythology.
- Resheph is the god of protection from plague and war in Ancient Egypt.