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Capt. John Yungbluth gets a welcome home hug upon his return from a tour of duty supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. The Commercial Exploitation Team is one of several units from U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/U.S. Army Forces Strategic Command currently supporting operations in the Middle East. (U.S. Army photo) Mission accomplished: CET returns from the fight
Welcome home and farewell ceremonies are a staple part of life at U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/U.S. Army Forces Strategic Command. Soldiers deploy and redeploy regularly; it's part of their jobs. Recently the Commercial Exploitation Team from 2nd Space Company, 1st Space Battalion redeployed from the Middle East after a tour of duty
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2007
Senior Airman Andrea Isder (right), an instructor with the Air Force Honor Guard, explains proper flag posting procedures March 7 at the former Enlisted Club. Posting the colors are Senior Airmen John Hagens, 2nd Space Warning Squadron, Buckley AFB, and Nicholas Ziegler, 27th Fighter Wing, Canon AFB. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Brady) Training standardizes honors among honor guards
Folding flags, posting colors and firing party training were on the agenda as the Air Force Honor Guard mobile training team arrived here recently. The team, from Bolling AFB in Washington, provided two weeks of training for Peterson, Canon, F.E. Warren, Schriever and the Air Force Academy honor guards. "We provide training about 14 times each
0 3/13
2007
Under housing privatization, Peterson will get more than 200 additional family housing units. Eventually, all family housing on Peterson, with the exception of about a dozen general officer quarters, will be replaced. Ground work for the project is expected to begin in about eight months, with the first new units complete in 2009. (U.S. Air Force photo) Housing Privatization 101: Why must I sign a lease
Most bases within the Air Force and Air Force Space Command are transitioning to privatized housing. This transition may be a frightening concept for some military families, especially when asked to sign a new lease. "This is not an unusual requirement," said Ms. Johnna Phillips, Peterson Air Force Base Military Family Housing manager. "All tenants
0 3/13
2007
Default Air Force Logo Peterson supports delayed MEDEVAC flight
Team Pete sprang into action Feb. 28, meeting patient and flight crew needs for a medical evacuation flight stranded here by weather and mechanical problems. After making an en route stop here to drop off patients bound for Evans Army Hospital at Fort Carson, the medevac flight departed Peterson, only to return in 30 minutes with a maintenance
0 3/12
2007
Default Air Force Logo Peterson to ‘Crews into Shape’
The 2007 campaign to "Crews into Shape" kicked off March 4. For four weeks, teams of any two to 10 people in the Department of Defense family will participate in the team approach to wellness by improving nutrition and exercise habits. In 2001, the Navy Environmental Health Center launched the "Crews into Shape" challenge to encourage and support
0 3/12
2007
Capt. Kevin Lombardo, operations officer for the 21st Security Forces Squadron, receives an emotional welcome home by his wife and children March 5, at the Colorado Springs Airport. Captain Lombardo is one of five security forces members returning home after an eight month deployment to Iraq. “It’s absolutely incredible to be home,” he said. (U. S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Matt Gilreath)
It's great to be home

0 3/06
2007
Bobby Mings, commissary store director, explains new store features to Peterson chiefs and first sergeants Feb. 27. The new PX and commissary complex is scheduled to open July 10. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Brady) New BX, commissary complex nearing completion
Shopping options for Airmen and retirees here are expanding with the opening of the new Base Exchange and commissary. The estimated $40 million project is slated to open July 10 at Pete East. "The quantity, and quality, of products at the new BX and commissary is 50 percent more so their shopping experience will be a lot more," said Chief Master
0 3/06
2007
African-American History Month mini-poster, 7.5x10 inches, 300 ppi. This poster was created by the Air Force News Agency. The image for this poster is available up to 18x24 inches at 300 ppi and can be provided in any format required upon request. Air force Link does not provide printed posters but assistance can be provided in acquiring posters through your servicing DAPS. A PDF version for printing on office printers is also available. Requests can be made to afgraphics@dma.mil. Please specify the title and number. Base recognizes contributions at Black Heritage Month luncheon
Guests packed the Officer's Club Ballroom for the Peterson Air Force Base African American/Black Heritage Month Luncheon Feb. 27. Col. Liz Anderson, individual mobilization augmentee to the 21st Space Wing commander, and the 21st Services Squadron, hosted the event themed, "From Slavery to Freedom: The Story of Africans in the Americas."
0 3/06
2007
Default Air Force Logo Base celebrates Women’s History month
March is Women's History month, a time to recognize women's achievements and influence throughout the nation's history. There were 152 million females in the United States as of Nov. 1, 2006, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That exceeds the number of males by 4 million. About 68,000 of those women serve on active duty in the Air Force
0 3/06
2007
Officials broke ground Feb. 9 for the new 76th Space Control Squadron building at Pete East. Pictured are (left to right) Col. Wayne McGee, 21st Operations Group commander, Col. Jay Santee, 21st Space Wing commander, and Lt. Col. Jim Jennings, 76th SPCS commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Allen Clutter) 76th SPCS launches new building
A new space control squadron is putting down roots in a field at Pete East. The 21st Operations Group held a groundbreaking for the 76th Space Control Squadron's new building Feb. 9. "The 76th is one of Air Force Space Command's offensive and defensive counterspace units responsible for operating space control capabilities," said Lt. Col. Jim
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2007
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