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Ms. Bobette Groce of 21 FSS/Base training cleans the snow off her Ford Bronco in preparation for her drive home after early release was announced Dec 4th. (Photo by Rob Bussard)
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Posted: 12/5/2008

ThanksgivingThanksgiving
Thanksgiving

Airmen from Peterson and Schriever Air Force Base enjoy a Thanksgiving feast at Peterson AFB, Nov. 20. The annual dinner was free and hosted by the Peterson and Schriever First Sergeants. (Photos by Airman 1st Class Thomas Davis)
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Posted: 12/2/2008

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Thanksgiving

Airmen from Peterson and Schriever Air Force Base enjoy a Thanksgiving feast at Peterson AFB, Nov. 20. The annual dinner was free and hosted by the Peterson and Schriever First Sergeants. (Photos by Airman 1st Class Thomas Davis)
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Posted: 12/2/2008

ThanksgivingThanksgiving
Thanksgiving

Airmen from Peterson and Schriever Air Force Base enjoy a Thanksgiving feast at Peterson AFB, Nov. 20. The annual dinner was free and hosted by the Peterson and Schriever First Sergeants. (Photos by Airman 1st Class Thomas Davis)
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Posted: 12/2/2008

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Thanksgiving

Airmen from Peterson and Schriever Air Force Base enjoy a Thanksgiving feast at Peterson AFB, Nov. 20. The annual dinner was free and hosted by the Peterson and Schriever First Sergeants. (Photos by Airman 1st Class Thomas Davis)
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Posted: 12/2/2008

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Chief Master Sgt. (Ret.) John "Doc" McCauslin, International Air Force Sergeants Association president, briefs Peterson Air Force Base enlisted personnel on the benefits of his professional organization Nov. 10 at the base auditorium. Airmen are encouraged to participate in professional organizations as a way to develop their careers and increase leadership ability. (Air Force photo/Craig Denton)
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Posted: 12/1/2008

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Harvest of Love

Peterson Airmen sort and pack boxes of food for Care and Share’s Harvest of Love food drive. More than 125 Airmen volunteered to help with the drive this year, unloading, sorting and packaging more than 100,000 pounds of food destined for food banks throughout southern Colorado. (Air Force photo)
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Posted: 11/26/2008

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Marathon

“In the last few years, the U.S. Air Force has made a dramatic and positive shift in focusing on physical fitness,” said 6th SWS Commander Lt. Col. Max Lantz, embracing his family after crossing the finish line of the Cape Cod Marathon, Oct. 26. “It’s been a great change and I see the benefits every day—physical health, positive outlook on life, and increased mental capacity. As leaders it’s important for us to communicate what we believe. Talking is a good start, but it’s our actions that get all the attention. I’m not saying that leaders have to run marathons, but you should be leading from the front.” (Courtesy photo/Leslie Lantz)
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Posted: 11/25/2008

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Marathon

Lt. Col. Scott Schroff, the 6th Space Warning Squadron’s director of operations, celebrates with his family after a strong finish in his first marathon Oct.26. He and 1,270 entrants competed in the 26.2-mile race, with an additional 800 runners who were part of 200 relay teams. Begun in 1978, the Cape Cod Marathon has been called one of the ten "Most Scenic" marathons in America. (Courtesy photo/Leslie Lantz)
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Posted: 11/25/2008

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Cape Cod Air Force Station’s 6th Space Warning Squadron Commander, Lt. Col. Max Lantz, and Director of Operations, Lt. Col. Scott Schroff, conquered the Cape Cod Marathon Oct. 26 in Falmouth, Mass., bolstered here by their sons. “I couldn’t be more impressed with Colonel Schroff on completing his first marathon,” said the 6th SWS commander. “He ran a very good race, staying mentally strong for the entire 26.2 miles.” (Courtesy photo/Leslie Lantz)
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Posted: 11/25/2008

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Firefighters

Members of Peterson Air Force Base’s fire department compete at the World Championship Firefighter Combat Challenge Nov. 13. The firefighter challenge course requires team members to run through a variety of firefighting-related tests, including climbing a five-story tower while carrying a 45-pound pack, simulating a forced entry and rescuing a 175-pound "victim." Teams usually must complete the course in less than two minutes to remain competitive. Members of the Peterson Firefighter Challenge team include Staff Sgts. Jimmy Welch, Joel Hammond, Nick Hall and Ryan Taylor and Senior Airmen John Dannen and Chris Ingle.
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Posted: 11/18/2008

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Off they go

Det. 2 members begin their heat in the Bath Tub Derby. Front row: Maj. Mark Bass, Tech. Sgt. Tom Towers. Back Row: Master Sgt. Jim Aicher, Tech. Sgt. James Howey. In tub: Jordan Towers. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 11/14/2008

    

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