Peterson AFB
  • Marriage: Air Force to Air Force

    According to the Air Force Personnel Center there are more than 27,000 active-duty Airmen, just under 10 percent of the active-duty Air Force, married to another active- duty Airman, and about 1,500 active-duty Airmen married to an active-duty member of another military service.
  • Peterson AFB library refurbished

    Col. Todd Moore (Left), 21st Space Wing commander and Rebecca Perkins (Right), 21st Force Support Squadron supervisory librarian perform a ribbon cutting ceremony at the library on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, Feb. 9, 2018. The library was refurbished with new paint, texture, and furniture.
  • Keeping you in the loop one message at a time

    Sending an alert text message to Airmen every 15 minutes during an emergency situation is one very small piece of the equation that makes up what is the Colorado Springs Regional Command Post, which is located at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
  • From ice to concrete: Rosales pursues passion for hockey

    When other Airmen see Lt. Col. Miguel Rosales, 21st Space Wing plans and programs chief, blocking attempted goals in a USA vs. Canada Ball Hockey Tournament at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, they might be surprised to learn that he has only played hockey for the past decade.
  • 21st Space Wing Annual Award nominees

    PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – 21st Space Wing Annual Award nominees pose for a group photo with Col. Todd Moore (Left), 21st SW commander and Chief Master Sgt. Mark Bronson (Right), 21 SW command chief at the Annual Award Medallion Ceremony on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, Feb. 5, 2018. The winners were announced at the Annual Award
  • Scholarships for Military Children

    Having put 2017 in the rear view mirror, some military families are turning to the first big deadline of 2018: finalizing their Scholarships for Military Children applications in time for the program’s Feb. 16 application cutoff.
  • Top 10 Facts about Peterson You May Not Know

    From indoor rock climbing to a community garden, there’s more to Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado than meets the eye. Whether you’ve been stationed here for a couple years, are brand new or still on your way, here are our top 10 facts about Peterson AFB you may not know.
  • Once in a super blue blood moon

    Super blue blood moon. The name sounds like something from a science fantasy story, but North America had the best view of this lunar event on Jan. 31, 2018. According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), it is the rare combination of three different lunar events. So rare, the last one occurred in 1866.
  • NORAD & NORTHCOM Academic Symposium 2017

    The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) hosted its second annual two-day Academic Symposium Dec. 4-5 in Colorado Springs, Colo.
  • 561st NOS assists with 1,000 food boxes for local food banks, homeless

    Active duty, civilians, contractors and dependents from the 561st Network Operations Squadron at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, assisted with about 1,000 boxes of food for the 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Care and Share Food Bank Event, Jan. 15, 2018.