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Base residents and employees can get the facts about the water they drink from the recently released Colorado Springs Utilities 2007 Water Quality Report (reporting period Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2006). The report is designed to inform the public about the water and services CSU delivers to the city's population, including Peterson Air Force Base.
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2007
Staff Sgt. Dennis Browning, a military working dog handler with the 21st Security Forces Squadron, and King, an explosives and patrol attack dog, search the area during a clearing operation near Khan Bani Sa’ad, about 15 miles south of Baqouba, Iraq, May 15. Soldiers from 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, searched the villages for evidence of insurgent activity in the area. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Armando Monroig) Working dogs bring bite to fight
Soldiers went into a village hunting for insurgents and the materials they use to create car bombs, roadside bombs or suicide vests. The troops took with them their normal weapons and equipment - Bradley fighting vehicles and Stryker vehicles, rifles and ammunition, radios - as they searched the outskirts of Khan Bani Sa'ad, about 15 miles south of
0 5/31
2007
Col. Albert Bowley, commander of the College for Enlisted Professional Military Education, passes leadership of the Vosler NCO Academy to Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Young. Looking on is the outgoing VNCOA leader, Chief Master Sgt. Cari Kent. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Dahl) NCO Academy marks ninth change in leadership
One chief stepped down and another stepped up May 29, as leadership changed hands at the Forrest L. Vosler Non-Commissioned Officer Academy. In the ninth change of leadership in the school's history, Chief Master Sgt. Cari Kent, who has led the academy for the last three years, handed her duties to Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Young, currently
0 5/31
2007
Thunderbirds pilot Lt. Col. Kevin Robbins leads 30 Airmen from Buckley, Shriever and Peterson Air Force Bases, in the oath of enlistment during a re-enlistment ceremony on the Peterson flight line. Twenty Airmen re-enlisted and 10 reaffirmed their oaths during the ceremony May 28. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacey Haga) I swear

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2007
Maj. Michael Herman, 21st Services Squadron, sets his sights on the U.S. Olympic Trials after winning a slot on the U.S. World Championship and Pan-American Teams. (U.S. Air Force photo) Airman wins spot on U.S. Pan-American, World championship teams
A Peterson Airman will represent the United States in international competition and earned a coveted spot on the U.S.A. Shooting Team after competing in an intense selection match. The three-day competition was the second of two matches used to select the U.S. Pan-American and World Championship Shotgun Teams. Maj. Michael Herman, 21st Services
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2007
More than 100 people came out to the base’s auditorium and chapel for the Asian-Pacific American Cultural Show and Food Tasting May 23. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Dahl) Cultural Show and Food Tasting ends month of celebrating Asian-Pacific American Heritage
Peterson capped off a month of honoring Asian-Pacific Americans with dancing, games and a lot of food May 23. More than 100 people came out to the base's auditorium and chapel for the Asian-Pacific American Cultural Show and Food Tasting, which marked the end of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. The event, which has been held annually at
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2007
Members from the 21st Space Wing Security Forces Squadron provided a military working dog demonstration for veterans from the 3904th Air Police Squadron May 22. The 3904th lived at then-Camp Carson, but provided security and law enforcement at Peterson Field during the Korean War from 1950 to 1952.
As part of their tour, the 21st SFS displayed some of its modern vehicles and weapons at the museum. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Vets visit museum

0 5/25
2007
Tech. Sgt. Janet Doyle demonstrates how to properly secure 18-month-old Cayden Rizzitello in his car seat, while Staff Sgt. Michelle Stewart looks on. Sergeant Doyle, a member of the 21st Space Wing’s safety office, and other servicemembers held a free car seat safety check May 23. The base holds the check twice a year as part of the worldwide Safe Kids program, an initiative aimed at preventing unintentional childhood injuries. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Dahl) Safe seats

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2007
The Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony was held May 18 at The Club. Nearly three dozen servicemembers received their associate’s degrees in subjects ranging from air and space operations technology to restaurant, hotel and fitness management. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Dahl) Community College of the Air Force honors graduates
Months of balancing work, family and school paid off for dozens of Airmen May 18 as they graduated from the Community College of the Air Force. At a ceremony held at The Club, 35 servicemembers received their associate's degrees in subjects ranging from air and space operations technology to restaurant, hotel and fitness management. Friends and
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2007
Chief Master Sgt. Timothy Omdal, 21st Space Wing command chief (left to right), Airman Antonio Jimenez, 21st Services Squadron, and Chief Master Sgt. Michael Sullivan, Air Force Space Command command chief, make a toast May 11 at the dining out. (U.S. Air Force photo by Larry Hulst) Dining out a huge success
Peterson's Air Force Enlisted Heritage Dining Out May 11 proved to be a huge success, drawing nearly twice the number of servicemembers expected. Roughly 450 attendees turned out for the event, which was held at The Club for all members of Team Pete and their spouses. More important to organizers, though, was the fact that more than 150 of the
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2007
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