• Col. Falzarano's "TDY for a day": CMAFS edition

    Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, Colorado, also frequently known as the mountain, is home to Airmen, Marines, Sailors, Soldiers and civilians dedicated to protecting the United States by monitoring space warning systems.
  • The mountain’s medical team

    When you wake up on a work day and you’re not feeling too great, it’s pretty easy to walk into the base military treatment facility to get yourself taken care of. However, when you hold a position that puts you at a minimum of 30 minutes away from an MTF, that can provide a bit of a challenge.
  • CMAFS fire department trains hard, works with community

    Fighting fires on Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, Colorado, is often unlike fighting fires anywhere else. That should be no surprise, given that CMAFS hosts the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, a massive subterranean facility made of steel, constructed under a mile and a half of rock.
  • Even a lock down is no excuse to skip leg day

    The Air Force places a high standard on physical fitness for Airmen at all levels, and the standards don’t stop at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, Colorado.
  • 21 SW commander addresses community at State of the Wing

    Col. Thomas Falzarano, 21st Space Wing commander, addresses community leaders and members of the media during the annual State of the Wing event Sept. 25, 2019 at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The purpose of this event is to share the mission of the 21st SW, provide updates on base projects and foster interaction between base leadership and
  • Traffic light installation near east gate now underway

    Contractors began installing a full traffic light outside of the east gate at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, at Marksheffel Road, Sept. 20, 2019. Construction will take an estimated four weeks to complete. Todd Frisbie, Colorado Springs city traffic engineer, says construction has been scheduled outside of peak usage hours.
  • Never forget, never lose faith

    In 1967 a 12-year-old boy received a telegram notifying him that an aircraft carrying his father, Maj. Mark Stephensen, had failed to return after a mission in North Vietnam.
  • DHA to provide integrated health and readiness

    Beginning Oct. 1, all medical treatment facilities in the continental United States across all branches of the military will integrate under the Defense Health Agency. Under this new umbrella, the 21st Medical Group will support DHA’s four-part aim of improved readiness, better health, better care and lower costs.
  • Medical facility upgrades to streamline operations

    The 21st Medical Group, located at both Peterson and Schriever Air Force Bases in Colorado, is scheduled for two military construction projects that will streamline and expand its current facilities.
  • Taking the Lead to Connect

    Finding the solutions for things like suicide prevention, boosting camaraderie and retention can be a difficult task, but approximately 100 people in leadership from Peterson and Schriever Air Force Bases in Colorado decided to find a different way to help by learning how to make genuine connections.