Peterson AFB
  • Breaking through abuse: Airman overcomes past trials

    Stephanie’s roommates looked up to see she had come back downstairs and was now standing across from them, saying ‘goodnight,’ for the second time that evening.
  • Key Spouse luncheon

    PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - Peterson Air Force Base held their Annual Key Spouse Appreciation Luncheon at The Club May 1, 2018. Key Spouses are part of the Airman and Family Readiness Center, which help connect Airmen and their families to information and resources they need in the community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Robb Lingley)
  • Summertime: Beware of UV rays

    Summertime is on the horizon. As the weather continues to warm, more and more people will be heading outside to enjoy the sunshine. You can spend hours playing sports, having a barbecue, doing water activities, or just laying out and working on your tan. While sunscreen is second nature for most people, those ultraviolet rays do more than just damage your skin.
  • Looking toward the future

    “I believe your past does not define you. It’s how you overcome that does.”
  • SMDC welcomes newest SES member to leadership position

    The U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command’s newest member of the Senior Executive Service officially joined its ranks April 19.
  • Space capabilities crucial to Army readiness

    The Army’s warfighting functions — mission command, movement and maneuver, fires, protection, intelligence, and sustainment — are all enhanced by incorporating space capabilities.
  • Space Symposium panel discusses ‘Army Space Today’

    A seven-member panel focused on “Army Space Today” discussed the changing operating environment in space during the 34th Space Symposium at the Broadmoor here April 19.
  • Deployed Space Command Airmen get care packages from GSA

    Members of the Air Force Space Command currently deployed to Kuwait will receive a special surprise in the mail courtesy of the General Services Administration (GSA) Rocky Mountain Region.
  • Defending a nation can be a family affair

    Emily and Scott are stationed less than 20 miles from the United States border with Canada. Winters can be rough, and the closest fast food joint is 25 miles away. Cavalier Air Force Station, North Dakota, may be the Air Force’s only continental U.S. isolated installation, but that doesn’t separate two U.S. Air Force Academy graduates.
  • A higher call to duty

    After serving for 10 years as a chaplain assistant, Master Sgt. Lance Tressler, 21st Space Wing Chapel superintendent of chaplain affairs, decided to change his career.