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  • Thank you, Knights

    It doesn’t seem fair that I’m the one writing this. On May 12th our wing, and the Air Force at large, lost a great leader, mentor, and friend. Colonel Falzarano’s impeccable service as your commander over the last year speaks for itself, and if he were here I have little doubt that his words would fill us all with the closure we need: for not only these trying times during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but for the decommissioning of the 21st Space Wing, and for the immense loss we continue to feel at the mention of his name. With that said, as Melissa and I begin our transition out of the Air Force, allow me one final chance to offer a few thoughts of my own, and to thank you all again for your never ending excellence and commitment to the mission.
  • Just another day for CMFES amidst a global pandemic

    Firefighters at CMAFS continue to protect and defend CMAFS and local communities during pandemic.
  • 21st SFS reminds Team Pete of local firearms rules

    It is imperative everyone understands the rules and regulations for the transport, storage and carrying of privately owned firearms on the installation. Though federal and state laws may authorize many freedoms in regard to firearms, the possession and transport of firearms on Peterson Air Force Base is strictly limited and enforced by the commander of the 21st Space Wing.
  • DEOMI products available for personal development

    DEOMI’s website, https://deomi.org/ offers a variety of awareness and training items.
  • Providing BOS like a "BOSS"!

    This commentary from Lt. Col Drew Gehlar, 21st Security Forces commander, talks about the 21st Mission Support Group's transition to the Space Force, while undergoing COVID-19.
  • Trading four wheels for two? Make safety your #1 priority

    Spring is here in southern Colorado and the weather has proven to be great for riding, however safety is paramount for Airmen who want to trade in their four wheels for two.
  • 21st SFS mourns the loss of a four-legged Airman

    Military Working Dog Rexo, a 7-year-old German Shepherd, assigned to the 21st Security Forces Squadron, passed away on May 4, 2020.
  • An open letter to my best friend on National Best Friend Day: Jessica Rosario and Erica Picariello

    Master Sgt. Jessica Rosario and Tech. Sgt. Erica Picariello have been best friends since 2013 and recently wrote letters to each other in honor of National Best Friends Day 2020.
  • Built To Last

    What does it mean to be “Built To Last.”?  Over the past ten months, many of us have been pressed to think more deeply, stretched to lead more uncomfortably and challenged to act more greatly in an effort to reach toward the standard of being “Built To Last.”When Col. Thomas George Falzarano took command of the 21st Space Wing on July 10, 2019, his
  • What defines a superhero?

    When you think of superheroes, what comes to mind? Superman, Batman, Iron Man, or how about Captain America? Those are all correct answers. However, what if I told you we had real superheroes walking among us in our everyday lives? You’d probably tell me that’s crazy talk, that there’s no such thing as REAL superheroes, but, here at the 21st Space Wing, we do. The brave men and women who are our frontline responders.
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