• The Services ‘Road Show’

    Spinning off the popularity of the PBS program 'Antiques Road Show,' the 21st Services Squadron has decided to host a road show, too. This time, instead of people coming to the 21st SVS, the unit would go to the people. "The Road Show is our way of reaching the scattered elements of the Peterson Complex - Pete East, Cheyenne Mountain, and Buildings
  • Welcome home: deployed families reunite over dinner

    Supporting the real world mission and deploying servicemembers overseas in support of the Global War on Terrorism, the 21st Space Wing honors its returning deployed members and their families by hosting a welcome home dinner at the Peterson Club. The event is for all returning deployed members of Peterson's tenants and deployed members of the 302nd
  • High Frontier Honor Guard supports region

    The 21st Services Squadron touches many areas of the lives of Airmen and their families, but none touch them at a more solemn time than the High Frontier Honor Guard, which renders military funeral honors for deceased active-duty members, retirees and veterans as well as those who have fallen in service to their country. The team's unique tri-base
  • Base auditorium shows free movies

    The base auditorium seems like a real movie theater again with Hollywood movies on the big screen and popcorn and soda for sale in the lobby. Thanks to the 21st Services Squadron, the base auditorium opened its doors Feb. 1 for what has been a well-received weekly event for Airmen and their families. Films showing at the base auditorium are recent
  • AFAS’s ‘Falcon Loan’ - easy as 1-2-3

    The Air Force Aid Society recently announced its new Falcon Loan program, which has been available to Air Force members since March 2008. The Falcon Loan is a loan of $500 or less that can be used for emergency needs such as basic living expenses, to include rent, utilities and food, car repairs, emergency travel or other approved needs. The
  • Space mission will only become more important, says AFSPC commander

    In order to properly protect America, the Air Force must continue to develop its space capabilities in the years to come, said Gen. C. Robert Kehler, commander of Air Force Space Command. Visiting the 21st Space Wing March 27 and 28, General Kehler stressed the importance of addressing vulnerabilities on the ground, in space and in the processes
  • 21st SVS competes for ‘LeMay’

    The 21st Services Squadron here was recently named the best in Air Force Space Command and awarded the Gen. Curtis E. LeMay Services Award for 2008. The Curtis E. Lemay Services Award is a special recognition for excellence in services programming and customer service. Peterson last took the award in 1993. According to Maj. Mike Marvich, 21st SVS
  • Developmental education application deadlines set for eligible officers, civilians

    Officers and civilians considering intermediate or senior developmental education in 2009 have until April 25 and May 1, respectively, to submit their applications for consideration by the selection board. Officers apply using a Web-based application, while civilians submit their applications through their civilian personnel flights by the internal