• Shoot House relocation effort

    The shoot house is a 21st Security Forces Squadron training center for Peterson Air Force Base law enforcement personnel. This facility is used by 21st SFS Airmen and civilian law enforcement personnel to train and hone their skills as law enforcement professionals.
  • Authorized travel with the GTCC

    The Government Travel Charge Card Program provides Airmen with a safe, effective, convenient and commercially available method to pay for expenses associated with official travel. The GTCC includes Individually Billed Accounts and Centrally Billed Accounts.
  • Airman of the Year talks being a woman in the Air Force

    Independence and hard work have come in handy for Senior Airman Mary Czarnecki during her time in the Air Force, resulting in her earning the 21st Space Wing Airman of the Year award in February 2019.
  • Ice Takes Hold in Maui

    The 20th Space Control Squadron Detachment 3 is located on the Hawaiian island of Maui. When most people think of Hawaii, they picture warm, sandy beaches and tropical landscapes. While that is true for most of Hawaii, there are areas that can be very different. Take the location of the 20th SPCS Det 3 on top of the 10,000 foot dormant volcano of Haleakala. On Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, we experienced a severe ice storm. Yes, you read that right, an ice storm on Maui.
  • Congratulations to Peterson AFB SMSgt Selects!

    PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Senior master sergeant selects pose for a group photo with 21st Space Wing leadership during the Senior Master Sergeant Release Party, March 9, 2019 at The Club on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. Of the 13,316 eligible master sergeants, 1,434 were selected for promotion to senior master sergeant. (U.S. Air Force
  • When the fire alarm sounds - Get Out!

    Here we go again. That annoying sound.While at work, we have all heard fire alarms sound during fire safety drills, annual system tests, or maybe even from an actual emergency. The sound is unmistakable, loud, and dare I say annoying. It certainly gets your attention and hopefully gets your adrenaline flowing because you need to act fast when you
  • Area Dental Laboratory aims for 100 percent lab tech certification

    Dental readiness is an important aspect of keeping the Air Force fit to fight. Despite this, the dental lab technicians responsible for ensuring your readiness are not required by the Air Force to hold a certification from the National Board for Certification in Dental Laboratory Technology. While dental lab technicians across the Air Force are
  • Airmen honored for quick thinking

    Nothing seemed out of the ordinary at Peterson Air Force Base the evening of Nov. 20, 2018, as Airman 1st Class Matthew Huff, 21st Security Forces Squadron installation entry controller, Staff Sgt. Branden Smithwick, 21st SFS military working dog handler, and Airman 1st Class Anthony Bustamante, 21st SFS Armory, prepared to close down the Peterson
  • The River's Edge

                   Nearing the end of the canyon, while one of my boat mates slowly rowed our raft through the calming water of the Green River, I wrote in my journal about our week-long expedition that was coming to an end. Looking back on those words forces memories to surface, like rising bubbles of a creature hidden below. Stories shared around
  • Peterson wraps up Black History Month with play

    The Black History Month Committee wrapped up February’s celebration by recognizing an often overlooked subset of the population.