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PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps students pose for a group photo on the flight line at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, Nov. 2, 2017. The AFJROTC mission is to develop people of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Robb Lingley) AFJROTC visits Peterson AFB
PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps students pose for a group photo on the flight line at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, Nov. 2, 2017. The AFJROTC mission is to develop people of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Robb Lingley)
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A deicer truck deices the Air Force Two on the flightline Oct. 27, 2017, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. The truck was transported to Buckley from the 21st Logistics Readiness Squadron on Peterson AFB. (Courtesy photo) AFSPC brings the heat
During a recent visit to the Denver-Metro area, Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson utilized the Buckley Air Force Base flightline for the security and safety of Air Force Two. This visit allowed Team Buckley to demonstrate their ability to solve a problem through total force coordination. Due to a forecasted
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Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 302nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron shield a patient strapped to a litter as a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter kicks up dust while landing at Fort Carson’s Camp Red Devil training area during a joint  exercise in Colorado Springs, Colo., Oct. 14, 2017. Exercise tests reservists’ mass casualty response
Smoke billowed out of the doorway of the building in an austere location. The screams and shouts from the wounded filled the air. Airmen rushed to the scene with litters in tow, scouring the building for wounded. They strapped the injured to a litter one by one, then transported them to safety before returning to the smoke-filled building in search
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5 tips to make healthy habits last 5 tips to make healthy habits last
Good habits provide a foundation for positive improvements in your life. However, forming new habits can be challenging. They take time and practice to form.
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Zoan Harclerode, flight instructor at the Rocky Mountain Flight Training Center on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stands by one of the aircraft she uses to train her students Oct. 31, 2017. Harclerode was named the winner of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association National, and Western Region, flight instructor of the year based upon the 2017 Flight Training Experience Survey. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Smith) Best in the West, Best of the Best
There are about 95,000 certified flight instructors in the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and Zoan Harclerode, flight instructor at the Rocky Mountain Flight Training Center on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, is the best of them all.
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Continuing an Air Force career - hope after a breast cancer diagnosis Continuing an Air Force career - hope after a breast cancer diagnosis
The pink ribbon that symbolizes National Breast Cancer Awareness might be seen as a somber image, but it also represents hope and the many survivors. As awareness, support, and research funding have increased, more and more women are surviving breast cancer and returning to their careers.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Cheyenne Mountain sees better satellite picture
UEWR primary missions include missile warning and missile defense, where radars spot missile launches, track them and send data to the Ballistic Missile Defense System. These primary missions enable ground-based interceptors to launch and eliminate incoming threats. The secondary mission is space surveillance, which includes tracking the increasingly crowded skies for manmade objects in orbit. “Our radars track and identify a lot of space-based objects. But, in this case, important information wasn’t getting to the people who needed it to make timely decisions,” said Col. Todd Wiest, senior materiel leader, Strategic Warning and Surveillance Systems division, referring to the Cheyenne Mountain Complex Combatant Commanders’ Integrated Command and Control Systems.
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Bob Laborde, Peterson Toastmaster, gives a presentation to the club Oct. 24, 2017 at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. Laboarde was recognized as a Distinguished Toastmaster, the highest educational award in the organization. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Smith) Pinnacle of achievement: Peterson Toastmasters get highest honor
Two members of Peterson Toastmasters Club were recognized as Distinguished Toastmasters Oct. 24, 2017 during the regular meeting at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
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Airman from class 18-1 stand at attention during training at the First Term Airman’s Center October 24, 2017, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The purpose of FTAC is to prepare first term Airman to enter the operational Air Force as a productive member of the team. Training lasts five days and consists of various subjects such as resiliency training, supervisor and Airman scenarios, core values, and financial guidance.  
(U.S. Air Force Photo by Craig Denton) FTAC graduates new class
Airman from class 18-1 stand at attention during training at the First Term Airman’s Center October 24, 2017, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The purpose of FTAC is to prepare first term Airman to enter the operational Air Force as a productive member of the team. Training lasts five days and consists of various subjects such as resiliency
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Master Sgt. Jason Gregory, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of requisitions and optimization, and installation project officer for the Combined Federal Campaign, assists Col. Todd Moore, 21st Space Wing commander, in making his commitment to CFC online, Oct. 30, 2017 at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
On Peterson AFB the campaign kicks-off Nov. 6, 2017. Gregory said the goal is to have 100 percent contact with the squadrons on base, presenting Team Pete Airmen with the opportunity to participate in the campaign. CFC is an annual workplace charity campaign that allows contributors to elect to automatically give to groups from a broad range of charities and have it deducted directly from their paycheck. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Tiffany Lundberg) CFC kicks-off at Peterson
Master Sgt. Jason Gregory, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of requisitions and optimization, and installation project officer for the Combined Federal Campaign, assists Col. Todd Moore, 21st Space Wing commander, in making his commitment to CFC online, Oct. 30, 2017 at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.On Peterson AFB
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