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Airmen present the colors during the 21st Security Forces Squadron military working dog retirement and memorial ceremony June 8 at Peterson AFB. (U.S. Air Force photo/Roberta McDonald)
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Posted: 6/14/2010

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Dog handlers from the 21st Security Forces Squadron at Peterson AFB and their military working dogs stand vigil at Chaky’s kennel, during a memorial service for Chaky June 8. Chaky, an award-winning narcotics detector dog who deployed numerous times, died of cancer three weeks ago. (U.S. Air Force photo/Roberta McDonald)
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Posted: 6/14/2010

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Staff Sgt. Nicholas Pospischil, 21st Security Forces Squadron, and military working dog Wodan, during Wodan’s retirement ceremony June 8 at Peterson AFB. Wodan was a patrol and explosive detector who served 10 years in the U.S. Air Force, providing protection and support for both handlers and the installation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Roberta McDonald)
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Posted: 6/14/2010

Canadian unit changes commandCanadian unit changes command
Canadian unit changes command

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- The Canadian Forces Support Unit had a change of command June 3 at the Peterson Air and Space Museum. Canadian Air Force Lt. Col. Nancy Ouellet (left), outgoing commander, signed over command to Canadian Army Lt. Col. Beverley De Lallo (right), gaining commander. Canadian Lt. Gen. J.M. Duval, NORAD deputy commander, presided. The Canadian Forces Support Unit has about 150 personnel assigned, and is one of the 21st Space Wing’s many mission partners. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Aaron Bujan)
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Posted: 6/8/2010

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Crash test dummies

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Crash test dummies Vince and Larry (Katelyn Smith, in the gray suit and Rae Reeves in the blue suit), wave at Team Pete personnel as they leave the north gate May 27 on Peterson Air Force Base. The crash dummies were out to remind drivers, “Don’t leave safety at the gate,” as they drove off to a four-day weekend for Memorial Day, which is the start of the Air Force 101 Critical Days of Summer safety campaign. Last summer, the 21st Space Wing had 18 reported mishaps and 17 percent of those were private motor vehicle accidents. The 101 Critical Days of Summer safety campaign runs now to Labor Day weekend. (U.S. Air Force photo/Craig Denton)
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Posted: 6/4/2010

Airmen train to augment 21st SFSAirmen train to augment 21st SFS
Airmen train to augment 21st SFS

Staff Sgt. Matt Harrell, 21st Operations Support Squadron, takes down a target May 20 in Building 1376. Sergeant Harrell was one of 19 Airmen in a 10-day security forces squadron augmentee training course on Peterson AFB, where Airmen learn weapons training, challenging procedures, search procedures, hand cuffing and verbal judo. These trained Airmen can be called at any time over the next year to assist the 21st SFS in exercise and real world operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Roberta McDonald)
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Posted: 6/1/2010

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Part of Dahlgren mission joins 614th AOC

Col. Chris Moss (left), 614th Air and Space Operations Center commander, hands the Distributed Space Command and Control – Dahlgren guidon to Maj. Jason D’Alessio. Part of the 20th Space Control Squadron Detachment 1 mission realigned April 30 when the alternate space control center activated as Distributed Space Command and Control – Dahlgren. This realignment to an operational level agency will better allow DSC2 - Dahlgren to task and guide the global Space Surveillance Network. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 5/6/2010

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Capt. Rod Zeaton, 21st Operations Support Squadron, (left) joins his fellow Canadian Forces air traffic controllers, Capt. Sue Carignan, Capt. JP Commodore and Capt. Ken Hannon, in Jacmel, Haiti, where they directed up to 80 aircraft a day carrying medical supplies, personnel, food and water to the Haitian people after the devastating 7.0 earthquake Jan. 12. (Courtesy photo/ Capt. Rod Zeaton)
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Posted: 5/4/2010

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Four Canadian Forces air traffic controllers, including Capt. Rod Zeaton, 21st Operations Support Squadron, set up “Camp Bison” at the small uncontrolled airport in Jacmel, Haiti, where they directed up to 80 aircraft a day carrying medical supplies, medical personnel, food and water for the Haiti earthquake relief efforts. In the first few days, marshallers had to hold up cardboard signs on the runway telling pilots which frequency to use and the team’s “tower” was at ground level and was comprised of a portable ultra high frequency and very high frequency radio with a telephone handset and a lawn chair. (Courtesy photo/ Capt. Rod Zeaton)
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Posted: 5/4/2010

76th SPCS gets new digs76th SPCS gets new digs
76th SPCS gets new digs

Col. Jim Jennings, 21st Space Wing vice commander, dedicates the new 76th Space Control Squadron building to its members April 5. Colonel Jennings is a former 76th SPCS commander, and was there Feb. 9, 2007, for the groundbreaking ceremony of the state-of-the-art 34,784 square-foot building. The $13.4 million facility is built on 4.1 acres, on Stewart Avenue, past the base exchange and commissary. (U.S. Air Force photo/Craig Denton)
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Posted: 4/23/2010

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76th SPCS gets new digs

Col. Nina Armagno, 21st Operations Group commander and Lt. Col. Elvert Gardner, 76th Space Control Squadron commander, with Col. Stephen N. Whiting, 21st Space Wing commander, (left) and Col. Jim Jennings (right), 21st Space Wing vice commander, cut a ceremonial ribbon April 5 to mark the grand opening of the 76th SPCS new facility, Building 2028 on Stewart Avenue. The 76th SPCS had been operating in Hangar 104 on the flightline while the new state-of-the-art building was under construction. The facility, also known as the Lobo’s Den, is more than 34,000 square feet and allows the 76th SPCS to defend the United States’ space superiority from anywhere on the globe. (U.S. Air Force photo/Craig Denton)
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Posted: 4/23/2010

21st SFS gets new leader 21st SFS gets new leader
21st SFS gets new leader

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Maj. Joseph Musacchia (right) accepts the 21st Security Forces Squadron guidon from Col. Kimerlee Conner, 21st Mission Support Group commander, and assumes command of the 21st SFS during a ceremony April 15 at The Club. The 21st SFS, located in Building 1376, is responsible for the overall security of the people and property on Peterson AFB. The squadron maintains the second-largest military working dog kennel in the United States and deploys combat ready, warrior Airmen worldwide. (U.S. Air Force photo/Craig Denton)
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Posted: 4/21/2010

    

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