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Default Air Force Logo AF leadership announces policy changes for Airmen in AOR
Changes are on the horizon for Airmen serving in the Central Command area of responsibility. In an effort to standardize policies among those assigned and those deployed to the CENTCOM AOR, Air Force officials will implement several changes beginning as soon as February 2008. "There are several reasons for these changes," said Lt. Col. Scott Brady,
0 1/18
2008
This early release zoning map is to be used when Peterson Air Force Base announces an early release from the installation or from Cheynne Mountain Air Force Station. For up to date information on delays and early releases on Peterson AFB, call the snow line at 556-SNOW, or 556-7669. For reporting information at the Cheyenne Mountain complex, call 474-3333. For the most up to date news and information affecting Peterson, click on 'home' in the top, left hand corner of the Web site. Peterson AFB Snow Call Early Release Zoning Map

0 1/16
2008
Senior Airman Tyson Johnson, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordinance Flight, performs a clearing exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rob Bussard) Peterson CE squadron named best in Air Force
The men and women of the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron have one more thing to tack on to their lineage - being named the best civil engineer outfit in the Air Force for 2007. The award, known as the Maj Gen. Robert H. Curtin award for best CE squadron, small unit category, caps what many in the squadron are calling a "truly eventful year." "To be
0 1/15
2008
Default Air Force Logo First commander's call of the year looks back, forward
Col. Jay Raymond, commander of the 21st Space Wing, thanked the wing for a great 2007 and outlined the year ahead at the first commander's call of the year Jan. 10. Speaking at the base auditorium, Colonel Raymond recapped the major events of 2007, to include China's anti-satellite weapons test, a successful Missile Defense Agency intercept test,
0 1/15
2008
The places where the electron travels is the cyber domain, or cyberspace. And the ability to deliver a full range of cyber effects -- to detect, deter, deceive, disrupt, defend, deny, and defeat any signal or electron transmission -- is the essence of fighting in cyberspace.
Graphic by Virginia Reyes of the Air Force News Agency. New medical profiling process arrives at Peterson
A new medical profiling process has begun here with the goal of helping more Airmen become fit enough to perform their duties and deploy. Peterson switched from the old profile system to a new, duty-limiting condition report in mid-December as part of an Air Force-wide directive. The new system electronically informs unit commanders and
0 1/15
2008
An Airman pays proper respect to the flag. In the article featured here, Chief Master Sgt. Timothy Omdal, 21st Space Wing command chief, identifies the proper ways to render respect to the American flag at different times of day. (U.S. Air Force photo) 'Retreat' schedule changes to 5 p.m. Jan. 14
The duty day's traditional end by the playing of "Retreat" and "The Star Spangled Banner" changes to 5 p.m. beginning Jan. 14 here. Bugle calls are scheduled to play seven days a week at Peterson AFB: "Reveille," followed by "To The Colors" at 7 a.m.; "Retreat," followed by the "The Star-Spangled Banner" at 5 p.m., and "Taps" at 10 p.m. The
0 1/14
2008
BALAD AIR BASE, Iraq -- Staff Sgt. Julie Boyatt, 332nd Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron, sweeps the floor at "Troy's Place," as part of her volunteer duties. Volunteers ensure the recreational sanctuary is kept clean and fully stocked. Sergeant Boyatt has logged more than 100 hours volunteering during her deployment. Sergeant Boyatt is deployed from Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Joshua Garcia) Peterson 'Knight 'contributes to Iraq morale

0 1/09
2008
Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, Jr. meets families of deployed Airmen during the monthly Combined Peterson/Schriever AFB Deployed Families Dinner Jan. 4. Governor Ritter met with more than 200 family members, and expressed his support for them and their deployed spouses. (U.S. Air Force photo/Duncan Wood) Colorado governor visits families during Deployed Families Dinner
Steak and shrimp weren't the only treat at the Jan. 4 Deployed Families Dinner here, a personal visit from Colorado's governor was on the menu as well. Gov. Bill Ritter, Jr. briefly spoke to more than 200 family members taking part in this month's dinner before joining servers on the buffet line. During his speech, he stated he was very impressed
0 1/08
2008
Members of the 10th Space Warning Squadron pose with a newly-dedicated display Spartan missile at Cavalier AFS, N.D. The missile, one of America’s earliest forms of missile defense, was donated to the air force station by local company Lorrich Industries. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Michael Stayrook) Historic missile replica dots Cavalier landscape
Cavalier AFS was re-united with its Cold War heritage Dec. 5 as it dedicated a replica Spartan missile donated by a local company. "This missile symbolizes our proud heritage dating back to our Cold War mission of the 1970s and our valued relationships with nearby communities, especially with one of our closest neighbors," said Lt. Col. Keith
0 1/08
2008
Jaila Suarez of the Air Force Academy's Falcon Trail Youth Center presents a teddy bear to 11-year-old Claire Ruth, a patient in the Penrose Community Hospital Pediatrics Department Dec. 20. Children at the youth center delivered more than 160 teddy bears to the Pediatrics Department as part of the Child Care Connections, Inc., "Teddy Bears for Kids" Program. Staff Sgt. Thomas Moore, assigned to the Space Missile Systems Center at Peterson AFB, Colo., started the program five years ago and has been spearheading the community project every year since then. (Courtesy photo) Airman delivers teddy bears to ill children
Spending Christmas in the hospital? Bad. Spending Christmas in the hospital as a kid? Even worse. But one local Airman helped make the holidays a little brighter for ill children this year. Staff Sgt. Thomas Moore worked with local nonprofit Child Care Connections, Inc., in December, collecting more than 160 new teddy bears for Penrose Community
0 1/07
2008
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