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A Peterson Airman issues a traffic citation to a driver at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan. Twenty-two 21st Security Forces Squadron Airmen are deployed supporting Operation Enduring Freedom (U.S. Air Force photo) Team Pete cops support Enduring Freedom
Twenty-two members from the 21st Security Forces Squadron are performing a unique mission supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. The two teams, led by Master Sgt. Jason Keyser and Tech. Sgt. John Goodman, left Peterson this spring to attend combat skills training at Eglin AFB, Fla., and then on to begin their deployment at Kandahar Air Field,
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Tech. Sgt. Jason Acre is deployed with the 407th Expeditionary Communications Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jim Rush) Warrior Airmen deploy worldwide
Team Pete has about 250 Warrior Airmen deployed around the world. Here's how one of those Airmen are serving their country. Rank and name: Tech. Sgt. Jason Acre Birth date: May 26, 1971 Home of record: Opelika, Ala. Date entered the Air Force: Feb. 28, 1992 Deployed as: Superintendent, 407th Expeditionary Communications Squadron Home unit: Air
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Default Air Force Logo Peterson commissary opens Aug. 3
Big and colorful with a massive selection of products is how store director Bobby Mings describes the new commissary at Peterson Air Force Base, scheduled to open Aug. 3. "The store is jam-packed with new features and products like fresh sushi and hot rotisserie chicken," Mings said. "We've set our sights on winning the endorsement of every shopper
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Master Sgts. Richard Ruotolo (left) and Chris Vossmer, instructors at the Vosler NCO Academy here, helped dedicate the Forrest L. Vosler Veterans Memorial Park, June 16 in Livonia, N.Y. (U.S. Air Force photo) Vosler NCO Academy helps honor its namesake
The Forrest L. Vosler Noncommissioned Officer Academy here shares more than just a name with a new park in upstate New York. The Forrest L. Vosler Veterans Memorial Park, which opened June 16 in Livonia, N.Y., was partially financed by the school's instructors and students, who purchased and engraved dozens of brick pavers to help raise funds for
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2007
Maj. Jason Gross, Air Force Space Command, explains the Victory Box program to a retiree July 14 at the Retiree Appreciation Day information fair. Topics included medical facilities, the new pharmacy and commissary grand opening, and the temporary closure of the West Gate. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Dahl) Retirees gather to learn about healthcare
Peterson welcomed dozens of former Airmen, Soldiers and Sailors July 14 for the base's Retiree Appreciation Day. Retired servicemembers spent the day attending an information fair showcasing civilian and military programs for seniors, followed by a free catered luncheon in Eagle Park. But most of the attendees were interested in the day's
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Airmen check out some of the many motorcycles on display July 13 during Peterson’s motorcycle rally. There was safety tips, games, music, food and more offered during the event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Dahl) Bikers converge on Peterson for safety lessons, fun
Hogs. Choppers. Crotch rockets. Harleys. Sport bikes.Whatever you want to call them, dozens of motorcycles converged on Peterson for Motorcycle Safety Day and the Club's Hog Wild celebration July 13. Bikers from all of the town's military installations gathered to barbecue, ogle each others' rides and - most importantly - learn some tips on safe
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Tech. Sgt. Michael Suarez, 21st Medical Group, adjusts shelving at the new pharmacy at Pete East. The new pharmacy, which opens July 23, has five windows and is much larger than the pharmacy at the old commissary. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Dahl) New pharmacy is larger, more convenient
The staff at Peterson's commissary pharmacy is ready to say goodbye to the "closet" they currently call home. On July 23, they'll move into their updated space at the new base exchange and commissary shopping complex at Pete East. The brand-new facility will feature five service windows, including a lower one for handicapped patrons, as well as
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2007
Col. Jay Raymond (left), 21st Space Wing commander, passes command of the 821st Air Base Group to incoming commander Col. Lee-Volker Cox during the 821st ABG change of command ceremony July 12. Colonel Cox arrives at Thule, Greenland, after completing study at the U.S. Army War College in Pennsylvania. The outgoing commander, Col. Edward Fienga, is filling a 14th Air Force Headquarters position at Vandenberg AFB, Calif. (U.S. Air Force photo) New command at 821st

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Col. Scott Shepherd (left), 21st Space Wing vice commander, passes the 721st Mission Support Group flag to incoming commander Col. Bradford Gentry during the 721st MSG change of command ceremony July 12. Colonel Gentry most recently served as the Defense Systems Agency Field Office commander, supporting U.S. Joint Forces Command, Air Combat Command, and U.S. Army Forces Command.
Also pictured are outgoing commander Col. Joyce Jenkins-Harden, who is retiring, and Chief Master Sgt. Joseph Barron, 721st MSG chief. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rob L. Bussard)
721st command changes hands

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Capt. Heather LaBarge is deployed with the 407th Air Expeditionary Group/Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jim Rush) Team Pete deploys Warrior Airmen
Team Pete has about 250 Warrior Airmen deployed around the world. Here's how one of those Airmen are serving their country.Rank and name: Captain Heather LaBarge Home of record: Rhode Island Birth date/location: May 25, Fort Ord, Monterey, Calif. Date entered the Air Force: Oct. 28, 1987 Deployed as: Intelligence chief, 407th Air Expeditionary
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