• Regional Command Post renovates to better execute unique mission

    The Colorado Springs Regional Command Post on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, completed major renovations in May, 2019. The renovations enable CSRCP staff to operate more efficiently, improving their ability to respond to emergency situations and act as the eyes and ears for five wings across Peterson AFB, Schriever AFB and the U.S. Air Force Academy.
  • Col. Falzarano's "TDY for a day": CE edition

    Col. Thomas Falzarano, 21st Space Wing commander, toured the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado Aug. 7, 2019.While visiting, Falzarano toured multiple sections of the squadron to meet the many CE Airmen and to learn about all of the vital roles they play on the base.The 21st CES contains five major sections: Fire
  • 21st Medical Group awarded Joint Commission accreditation

    The 21st Medical Group, located at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for ambulatory health care and primary care medical home accreditations by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal is a symbol of quality that reflects a health care organization’s commitment to providing safe and quality patient care.
  • The 13th ASOS conducts combat mission training

    Ten Airmen from the 13th Air Support Operations Squadron went through a tactical air control party mission qualification training exercise July 15-18, 2019 on Fort Carson, Colorado.
  • Team Pete – be aware of plague in Schriever prairie dogs

    While there is currently no public health concern about plague or indication of plague in the prairie dog population at Peterson Air Force Base, El Paso County officials confirmed the bacterium is responsible for the death of two prairie dogs on Schriever Air Force Base.
  • Mobility Airmen key to successful satellite launch

    Thanks in part to mobility Airmen from Travis AFB, the Advanced Extremely High Frequency-5 communications satellite was launched into space Aug. 8 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
  • Meet the commander: Col. Timothy Bos

    Colonel Timothy Bos, 821st Air Base Group commander, took time out of his work schedule at Thule Air Base to tell us a little bit about himself, his family and the rich resources that his Arctic command locale offers the Airmen who are stationed there. He’s originally from Michigan, but he calls Omaha, Nebraska his home when he isn’t on assignment
  • Meet the commander: Col. Matthew Cantore

    Colonel Matthew Cantore, 21st Operations Group commander, recently took time out his schedule to share a little about himself, his family and his priorities as a leader. He’s a native of Guilderland, New York. He and wife Laura, originally from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, have been married for 17 years. They have three children, ages 14, 12 and 7.
  • Peterson small air terminal named best in Air Force

    The Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, passenger terminal was recently named the best small air terminal in the Air Force. Even though it’s classified as a small air terminal, it serves 47 units across the entire Front Range, processing thousands of troops and tons of cargo every year for Peterson AFB, Ft. Carson and Schriever AFB.
  • CBD use in the Air Force

    Colorado state law permits the sale, use and transfer of products containing cannabidiol under certain provisions. However, Airmen are only permitted to use the Food and Drug Administration-approved drug Epidiolex, which contains CBD, and only with a proper prescription. Airmen are prohibited from using all other CBD products.