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Chief Master Sgt. Tim Omdal, 21st Space Wing command chief, converses with Col. Robert Freddell, Air Force Academy chief scientist, at a gathering of business and local military leaders at the Antlers Double Tree Hotel March 19. The academy and Peterson AFB are participating in the Regional Utilities Working Group, a collaboration to meet large scale energy projects helping stakeholders meet regional development goals.
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Posted: 4/2/2009

First Knight First Knight
First Knight

Tech. Sgt. Timothy P. Ebbens was selected for this week's First Knight award. This award is designed to recognize outstanding Airmen each week for the work they do every day. (Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. David Thomander)
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Posted: 3/17/2009

Commander's Call Commander's Call
Commander's Call

Col. Jay Raymond, Wing Commander, 21st Space Wing, congratulates Captain Joshua Werner after he was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal during the March 10 Commander's Call. (Air Force photo by Craig Denton)
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Posted: 3/16/2009

Recreation Recreation
Recreation

Retired Army Infantry Sergeant Fred Fisher skis on his first run of the day at Copper Mountain resort March 8. After recovering from a tumor that threatened the use of his legs, Sergeant Fisher harnesses the opportunity to be active by traveling to Copper Mountain resort with the Peterson Air Force Base Outdoor Adventures Program. (Air Force photo by Thea Skinner)
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Posted: 3/16/2009

SnoFestSnoFest
SnoFest

Lt .Col. Robert Romer, 21st Force Support Squadron commander presents the Sno Fest Commander’s Cup to Col. Jay Raymond, 21st Space Wing commander. Col. Jimmy McMillian, 10th Air Base Wing commander, and Col. Emily Buckman, 21st Mission Support Group commander, accepted the Cup on bahalf of Peterson Air Force Base during the 2009 SnoFest event held in Keystone, Colo.
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Posted: 3/11/2009

SnoFestSnoFest
SnoFest

Col. Jimmy McMillian, 10th Air Base Wing commander stands with snowboarder, Maj. John Thomas, Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center, Det. 4 and his daughter Abigail; snowboarder Erin O”Connor, retired Air Force, and Col. Emily Buckman, 21st Mission Support Group commander Jan. 30 at SnoFest in Keystone. Colonels McMillian and Buckman accepted the SnoFest Cup on behalf of Peterson Air Force Base. Peterson AFB won the event with the fastest combined snowboard and ski times. (US Air Force photo by Mr. Warren Schroeder)
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Posted: 3/11/2009

AFSPC CommanderAFSPC Commander
AFSPC Commander

Gen. C. Robert Kehler, Air Force Space Command commander at Peterson Air Force Base shakes the hand of Sandra Trean, Airman’s Attic volunteer before handing her a Guardians of the Higher Frontier coin at the "Attic" Feb. 23. Airman’s Attic marked a one year anniversary in a new location in February. The Airman’s Attic is co-located with the Family Service loan closet at building 1425, across the parking lot from the base chapel. (Photo by Thea Skinner)
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Posted: 3/11/2009

Chief VasquezChief Vasquez
Chief Vasquez

Chief Master Sgt. Bob Vasquez speaks to 1st Lt. Scott Parks, Air Force Space Command Communications Directorate chief information officer during the Year of the Leadership briefing at the base auditorium Feb. 23. Chief Vasquez motions as though he is text messaging to illustrate how Airmen receive information through text messages and e-mails, as opposed to critical thinking gained through reading books. According to Chief Vasquez, critical thinking is a characteristic of successful followership.
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Posted: 3/11/2009

Domestic Violence Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence

Tech. Sgt Gerald Lowe, 21st Security Forces Squadron, left, listens to Staff Sgt. Joshua Botteicher, 21st SFS, right, after responding to a simulated heated argument in Peterson Air Force Base family housing. The scenario was part of a crisis intervention and Domestic Violence Response training exercise to prepare 21st SFS personnel for the upcoming Operational Readiness Inspection
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Posted: 3/11/2009

Domestic Violence Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence

Tech. Sgt. Jeff Allen and Airman Zachariah Howard, 21st Security Forces Squadron, right, attempt to calm Staff. Sgt. Joshua Botteicher, 21st SFS, left, acting as an angry spouse during a crisis Intervention and Domestic Violence Response training exercise March 3. The realistic training took place at Peterson Air Force Base family housing and was designed to prepare 21st SFS personnel for the upcoming Operational Readiness Inspection.
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Posted: 3/11/2009

Snow removalSnow removal
Snow removal

CSM Ralph C. Borja, Command Sgt. Maj. for SMDC/ARSTRAT, takes the time to clean off his rental car prior to travel during March 10's surprise snow flurries. Clearing accumulated snow off your vehicle is one of the first things that should be done before hitting the road. “Safety is a priority anywhere for any vehicle during adverse conditions” stated CSM Borja as he was sweeping away the snow. “It’s best to be prepared”. Followed by April, March is the heaviest snowfall month due to the unique Colorado Divide weather. It’s in your, and your family’s, best interests to continue to plan for cold weather until early summer. Plan to be safe now; not sorry later. Stay vigilant and alive. (Photo by Rob Bussard)
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Posted: 3/11/2009

Snow removalSnow removal
Snow removal

CSM Ralph C. Borja, Command Sgt. Maj. for SMDC/ARSTRAT, takes the time to clean off his rental car prior to travel during March 10's surprise snow flurries. Clearing accumulated snow off your vehicle is one of the first things that should be done before hitting the road. “Safety is a priority anywhere for any vehicle during adverse conditions” stated CSM Borja as he was sweeping away the snow. “It’s best to be prepared”. Followed by April, March is the heaviest snowfall month due to the unique Colorado Divide weather. It’s in your, and your family’s, best interests to continue to plan for cold weather until early summer. Plan to be safe now; not sorry later. Stay vigilant and alive. (Photo by Rob Bussard)
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Posted: 3/11/2009

    

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