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  • Seeing Double: Twins serve Air Force together

    It’s quite possible, if you’re at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station in the near future, that you’ll come across identical twins working for the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron. You may think you’ve seen one of them but it could be the other.
  • Reserve Aerial Port named Air Transport Activity of the Year

    The 302nd Airlift Wing’s 39th Aerial Port Squadron has been awarded the Air Reserve Component Air Transportation Activity of the Year in 2017 for outstanding contributions to the success of Air Force and Department of Defense missions.Throughout the award period, the Reserve Citizen Airmen of 39th APS impacted various missions on a worldwide scale.
  • Members of the 21st Space Wing return home

    21st Space Wing members recently returned from an undisclosed location in January 2018, supporting United States Central Command. They deployed in direct support of Operation INHERENT RESOLVE and were responsible for monitoring the space enviroment for interference which could impact friendly operations.
  • International Women’s Day recognizes the contribution of women around the AFMS

    International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on the many contributions that women have made worldwide, and to the Air Force Medical Service.
  • New partnership encourages kids to explore great outdoors

    The Air Force Services Activity is partnering with the National Park Trust to bring the Buddy Bison Great Outdoors Challenge to military families at installations.The Buddy Bison program encourages children and families to participate in programs such as camping, canoeing, fishing and hiking while exploring local, state and national parks. Thanks
  • CMSAF gives all call at Peterson AFB

    Airmen arrived early to fill the base auditorium seats at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, for an all call with Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright, March 6, 2018.Wright addressed several topics he wanted to emphasize, including Air Force resiliency, being a wingman, new uniforms, an initiative released by the Department of
  • Spirituality gives Airmen a reason to keep going

    Though all four pillars in the Comprehensive Airmen Fitness are needed, the spiritual pillar can help Airmen cope with a bad day or a traumatic life event.
  • Team Pete Senior Master Sgt. selects

    PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Leadership from the 21st Space Wing stand alongside Team Pete’s newest Senior Master Sgt. selectees during a promotion release party at The Club on Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., March 1, 2018.Nearly 12 percent of promotion-eligible Airmen were selected, a slight increase from last year.(U.S. Air Force photo by
  • LDC: Providing a premier events center at Peterson AFB

    The Leadership Development Center provides a quality event center to support official events on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.It’s available for unofficial functions based on availability and can accommodate banquets, conferences, training seminars, promotions, retirements, education/job fairs, and a multitude of other official and unofficial
  • Army to the rescue

    The U.S. Army came to the rescue of the Air Force recently at Clear Air Force Station, Alaska, in a true display of Arctic Warrior Spirit After two weeks of sustained -20 degree Fahrenheit temperatures, a water main supplying the base motor pool froze downstream of Clear AFS’s Central Steam Plant, breaking a main valve. Fortunately, the ice in the
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