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Senior Master Sgt. Mary Lacombe, career assistance advisor, gives Chief Master Sgt. Robert Sealey, 21st Space Wing command chief, a tour of the First Term Airman’s Center Dec. 4. Chief Sealey assumed command chief responsibilities Dec. 1 and advises Col. Stephen N. Whiting, 21st SW commander, on issues affecting health, welfare, morale, and use of the 21st SW’s 3,200-person enlisted force. Maintaining strong professional development programs for enlisted troops is one of Chief Sealey’s top priorities. (Air Force photo by Larry Hulst) New command chief 'ready to lead' 21st Space Wing's enlisted force
When he is not at work, you might find Chief Master Sgt. Robert Sealey, 21st Space Wing command chief, writing songs, playing guitar, spending time outdoors with his wife of 22 years, Connie, and his children - Robby, 21, Jacob, 18, Whitney, 15 and Olivia, 11 - or someplace quiet where he can wet a fishing line.He likes all types of music but has a
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2010
Former Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Robert Gaylor spent an hour with approximately 130 students attending the Forrest L. Vosler Noncommissioned Officer’s Academy here Dec. 11. Chief Gaylor, the fifth chief master sergeant of the Air Force, advised the Airmen to take advantage of the opportunities the Air Force presents them with and to take charge of their careers. During his two-day visit, the chief attended Chief Master Sgt. Tim Omdal’s retirement dinner and retirement ceremony. (Air Force photo by Larry Hulst) Fifth chief master sergeant of the Air Force visits Vosler NCOA, gives 'Gaylor Spin'
Airmen attending the Forrest L. Vosler Noncommissioned Officer's Academy received a pre-holiday treat when the fifth chief master sergeant of the Air Force visited the professional military education campus here Dec. 11.Chief Master Sgt. Robert Gaylor, 79, spoke to the approximately 130 students and NCOA staff and gave what he called the "Gaylor
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2009
The 21st Contracting Squadron - Team Thule was named the September Golden Knight recipient. (Air Force photo by Larry Hulst) Thule contracting squadron named Golden Knights
The September Golden Knight recipient is the 21st Contracting Squadron - Team Thule.This team contributed to the overall success of the space mission by effectively administering the $700 million Thule Air Base maintenance contract, finding ways to lower annual costs for Thule.Team members include Dave Sonnenberg, Renata Ott, Nicole Pilato and Jim
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2009
Default Air Force Logo 821st Support Squadron dubbed Golden Knights
The August Golden Knight recipient is the 821st Support Squadron Communication Flight.The flight rapidly responded to a mission impacting problem at the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System, 12th Space Warning Squadron, reducing mission impact by recommending technical work-arounds, and coordinated the immediate delivery of personnel and
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2009
Default Air Force Logo 12th SWS takes Golden Knight award
The July Golden Knight recipient is the 12th Space Warning Squadron - Operations Training section. The operations training section was critical to the 12th SWS's successful transition from the legacy weapon system to the $240 million Upgraded Early Warning Radar, the most significant capability upgrade in 22 years.Team members include Capt. Keith
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2009
Col. Stephen N. Whiting, 21st Space Wing commander, presents Donald Cortum, Peterson aero club manager, with the 2009 Flying Safety Milestone Award Nov. 24 in recognition of the Peterson aero club’s 10,000 hours of mishap-free flying. The aero club provides low-cost flying lessons and aircraft rentals as part of the 21st Space Wing’s installation support mission. (Air Force photo) Peterson aero club receives safety award
The Peterson aero club received an award for 10,000 hours of mishap free flying Nov. 24 during its monthly meeting.Col. Stephen N. Whiting, 21st Space Wing commander, along with Col. Emily Buckman, 21st Mission Support Group commander and Lt. Col. John Silverman, 21st Force Support Squadron commander, presented the Aero Club with the 2009 Flying
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Statistics show safe, sober and secure is way to go during holidays
Maybe safety is the last thing on an Airman's mind during the holidays. It shouldn't be, safety experts say.December is one of those months when all kinds of mishaps occur. The Air Force typically loses seven Airmen to personal motor vehicle mishaps in November and December. Master Sgt. Michael Kelley at the Air Force Safety Center analyzed mishap
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2009
Health and Wellness Center registered dietitian Julie Anderson chops broccoli Dec. 3 for a cooking demonstration featuring healthy cooking for the holidays. Ms. Anderson hosts a cooking demo once a month at the HAWC, Building 560. The next demo will be at 6 p.m. Jan. 7 and features tips on how to prepare healthy food with your children. For details, call the HAWC at 556-4292. (Air Force photo by Larry Hulst) Healthy eating during the holidays; it’s possible
Tis' the season for rich creamy foods, divine desserts and weight gain. All the holiday goodies and fabulous food can add up to inches on the waistline. But, 21st Space Wing Health and Wellness Center experts say it doesn't have to be so. Airmen, whether single or preparing dinner for a family, can serve healthy food that tastes great. It's all
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2009
Default Air Force Logo 21st Comm Squadron earns intramural football title
The 21st Communications Squadron intramural football team rode a second-half rally to win its third consecutive championship 30-14 over North American Aerospace Defense Command/U.S. Northern Command Nov.18 at the Peterson football complex.The communications team came into the championship game after posting an undefeated regular and post-season
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2009
Tech. Sgt. Tanisha Hunter, 21st Space Wing command section, gives Tech. Sgt. Thom Moore, 21st SW ground safety technician, a stuffed animal for a holiday Teddy Bears for Kids drive. The collected Teddy bears will be delivered Dec. 22 to children in the pediatric ward of Penrose St. Francis Medical Center. The drive continues through Dec. 11. Teddy bears can be dropped off in the Safety office, Building 845, room 107, or at Child Care Connections, 125 N. Parkside, Suite 202, Colorado Springs. (Air Force photo by Monica Mendoza) Peterson Airmen offer ‘creature’ comfort to kids
As the lore goes, it was 1902 when the Teddy bear was created. Named for President Theodore Roosevelt, a bear hunter, the president was on expedition when he came across an injured bear. He ordered a mercy killing of the injured animal and later an editorial cartoon retold the scene. Merchants reacted quickly by making stuffed bears and calling
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2009
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