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100th Missile Defense Brigade100th Missile Defense Brigade
100th Missile Defense Brigade

(Left to right) Outgoing commander of the 100th Missile Defense Brigade (GMD), Col. Michael Yowell, stands next to Brig. Gen. Thomas Mills, commander of Ground Forces for the Colorado National Guard, during the change of command ceremony welcoming new 100th MD Bde. commander, Col. Gregory Bowen on May 15. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Michael Cost)
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Posted: 5/21/2009

Building Healthy RelationshipsBuilding Healthy Relationships
Building Healthy Relationships

Dr. Scott Stanley, research professor and co-director of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver, addressed the audience during the Building Healthy Relationships Focus Day presentation in Hanger 140 May 11. The presentation provided attendees with the skills to manage and develop professional and personal relationships, along with tools to combat stress. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rob Bussard)
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Posted: 5/19/2009

Motorcycle safetyMotorcycle safety
Motorcycle safety

Motorcyclists are required to wear personal protective equipment while riding on base, including an approved helmet, full-finger gloves, sturdy, over-the-ankle footwear, long pants and shirt or jacket, brightly colored garment that is reflective at night, and eye protection. (U.S. Air Force file photo)
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Posted: 5/19/2009

Shoplifting Shoplifting
Shoplifting

Peterson’s loss prevention staff monitors patrons at the base exchange May 19. Among Peterson’s loss prevention equipment is the Sensormatic Closed Circuit Television system which controls approximately 50 cameras placed in all public areas of the base exchange. Shoplifting is divided into two legal categories: misdemeanor and felony. Theft of property worth less than $999 is considered a misdemeanor; theft of items valued at $1,000 or more is considered a felony. (Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Ray Bowden)
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Posted: 5/19/2009

Shoplifting Shoplifting
Shoplifting

Among Peterson’s loss prevention equipment is the Sensormatic Closed Circuit Television system which controls approximately 50 cameras placed in all public areas of the base exchange. Loss prevention staff members monitor this system during business hours to detect and prevent shoplifting. Undetected shoplifting cost the Army Air Force Exchange Service more than 14 million dollars in 2008. Items topping the average AAFES shoplifter’s “must have” list include purses, iPods, Compact Discs, DVDs, colognes, perfumes, health and beauty aids, vitamins and razor blades. (Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Ray Bowden)
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Posted: 5/19/2009

Medical InspectionMedical Inspection
Medical Inspection

Staff Sgt. Amy Bogue, 21st Medical Support Squadron medical laboratory craftsman, secures blood samples before placing them in the centrifuge machine May 19 in Peterson’s medical laboratory. The centrifuge is used to separate blood cells from plasma. Sergeant Bogue was on-hand during the 21st Medical Group’s May 5 and May 6 College of American Pathologists inspection where inspectors scrutinized more than 2,600 checklists and found only one minor discrepancy. Following the inspection, Peterson’s laboratory received full medical accreditation with “distinction.” (Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Ray Bowden)
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Posted: 5/19/2009

medical labmedical lab
medical lab

Shante Shinholster, 21st Medical Support Squadron medical laboratory technician, wrap parafilm around a cytology specimen container May 19 in Peterson’s medical laboratory. Parafilm is a thin material lab technicians use to protect and seal specimen containers that, due to weather changes, may expand or contract. Ms. Shinholster was on-hand during the 21st Medical Group’s May 5 and May 6 College of American Pathologists inspection where inspectors scrutinized more than 2,600 checklists and found only one minor discrepancy. Following the inspection, Peterson’s laboratory received full medical accreditation with “distinction.” (Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Ray Bowden)
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Posted: 5/19/2009

Barbecue safetyBarbecue safety
Barbecue safety

While barbecues provide a fun and casual dining experience, they also provide the ideal conditions for a costly mishap. Keep the grill off wooden decks and away from children's play areas and low-hanging tree branches. (U.S. Air Force file photo)
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Posted: 5/19/2009

AAPAAP
AAP

Lt. Col. Tracy Witcher, 21st Mission Support Group deputy commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Cynthia Solomito, 21st MSG superintendent, cut the Airmen Appreciation Day cake during the AAP day event at the Aragon Dining Facility May 8. The purpose of AAP was to give public thanks to Peterson Airmen for their tireless efforts toward launching and employing space power for the 21st Century.
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Posted: 5/14/2009

Wildfire AcademyWildfire Academy
Wildfire Academy

Firefighters participating in the Wildfire Academy, hosted by the 721st Civil Engineer fire department, dig a fire line or “stop line” at Fort Carson during a training exercise. Stop lines are fire control measures designed to cut off a wildfire before it spreads. Approximately 100 enlisted and civilian fire fighters from Peterson, Cheyenne Mountain and other local federal, state and local agencies took part in the week-long training academy which culminated with a 100 acre live fire exercise conducted at Fort Carson and was designed to promote first responder teamwork. (Air Force photo by Chris Miller)
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Posted: 5/13/2009

TreeTree
Tree

Col. Emily Buckman, 21st Mission Support Group commander, assists children enrolled in Peterson’s main base child development center plant a Ponderosa Pine at Peterson’s West Gate Visitor Center May 1. Three Ponderosa Pine trees were planted in commemoration of Arbor Day, April 24. Peterson was consecutively designated Tree City USA for the 15th year and received the eighth Tree City USA Growth Award for increasing the number and density of trees. (Air Force photo by Robb Lingley)
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Posted: 5/5/2009

Plant Plant
Plant

Staff Sgt. Misty Horton, 21st Space Wing Aerospace Medicine Squadron,and COlorado Springs School District 11 and 49 kindergarten through fourth grade children plant seeds for a greener community at the Richard P. Lee Youth Center May 1. The spicy herb plant seedlings are a part of the Go Grow Green initiative’s adopt-a-plant program. Peterson civilian and active duty personnel may choose a plant in June at the center. During summer 2009, the center will also maintain a small garden in the playground area.
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Posted: 5/5/2009

    

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