• Cape Cod AFS harnesses wind, increases energy efficiency for years to come

    It’s been four years since the wind turbines were installed on Cape Cod Air Force Station, Mass., and as C.S. Lewis, an British writer, once said, “You find out the strength of a wind by trying to walk against it, not by lying down.” In this case, the Air Force found the tangible strength of the winds on Cape Cod and harnessed them to decrease
  • Airmen ‘strike out’ domestic violence with inaugural event

    About 125 Airmen and their families laced up their bowling shoes for the Peterson Air Force Base Family Advocacy Program’s inaugural “Strike-Out Domestic Violence” tournament Nov. 6, 2018, at the bowling center on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. “This is our very first year and we’ve had a fantastic turnout,” said Maj. Candee Berck, 21st Medical
  • 302nd MXG holds first speed mentoring session

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 302nd Maintenance Group picked the brains of various senior leaders during a speed mentoring session, Nov. 4, at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
  • Peterson AFB combats teenage suicide

    Children of active-duty military parents often face a unique set of stressors which, when combined with the everyday pressures of growing up, can prove devastating.
  • Clear Air Force Station Emergency Responders save the day

    At the conclusion of Fire Prevention Week, first responders at Clear Air Force Station, Alaska, were called to the test. Clear Air Force Station is a small remote community located in the center of interior Alaska, composed of three squadrons – 13th Space Warning Squadron, 213th Space Warning Squadron, and 268th Security Forces Squadron – where everyone works together day-in and day-out. This station is so remote that the closest grocery store and gas station is 40 miles away.
  • Condor Crest: 21st Space Wing conducts numerous exercises

    The 21st Space Wing held its annual Condor Crest preparedness exercise at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, Oct. 29 – Nov. 1, 2018. There were simulated active shooters at Peterson AFB and Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, a car ramming the north gate with an artificial explosive device, and a suspicious package at the CMAFS post office.
  • None Shall Pass: 100th Missile Defense Brigade marks 15 years of homeland missile defense

    The Soldiers of the 100th Missile Defense Brigade are the ground-based midcourse defense experts and have provided the nation’s safeguard from intercontinental ballistic missile attack since 2003.
  • CFC kicks off at Peterson

    Airmen will have the opportunity through Jan. 15 to support their favorite charitable cause with this year’s Combined Federal Campaign.