• Keep looking up: Football legend urges Airmen to face problems

    Don’t be ashamed to admit you have problems, everyone has them and probably more than you do,” said Heisman Trophy winner and pro football legend Herschel Walker. Walker visited Peterson Air Force Base June 8, sharing the story of his battle with Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder) in hopes that it can motivate service
  • 21 SW Knights selected to represent AFSPC at AF Marathon

    Four Airmen from the 21st Space Wing were selected to compete as part of the Air Force Space Command Challenge Team in the Air Force Marathon at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, on Sept. 17.
  • Peterson lives the Green Dot

    The Air Force partnered with the non-profit Green Dot organization to provide violence prevention education and tools to Airmen over the next five years. Implementers at Peterson Air Force Base have already begun the process to educate Airmen on the topic.
  • Peterson, community respond to Air Force Thunderbird crash

    Peterson Air Force Base personnel, along with civilian community partners, provided emergency response June 2 to the crash of an Air Force Thunderbird F-16C Fighting Falcon.Thunderbird 6 was on final approach following a demonstration at the U.S. Air Force Academy.The pilot, Maj. Alex Turner, was able to guide the aircraft to an open field in the
  • Child Development Center students attend dog show

    PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Children from the Peterson Child Development Center, watch the Purina Pro Plan Performance Team show at the Peterson Exchange June 3, 2016. The show was attended by several children from the CDC. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jared Marquis)
  • Peterson recognized for blood contributions

    Since 2008 Team Pete has partnered with Bonfils Blood Centers to donate almost 1,300 units of blood and help as many as 3,900 patients. Because of these efforts, the base received the organization’s Outstanding Blood Drive Partner 2015 award at the Celebrating Bonfils Lifesavers breakfast April 19, 2016.
  • An aircraft-centric guy in a space-centric environment

    Although the 21st Space Wing doesn’t own aircraft, it doesn’t mean the Airmen assigned to the airfield management flight are not busy.Being stationed at one of the Department of Defense’s busiest airfields for distinguished visitors keeps Airmen like Senior Airman Jason Turton, 21st Operations Support Squadron airfield management operations shift
  • 21st WSA wins cross league volleyball championship

    The NORAD/U.S. Northern Command team intramural volleyball lunch league champions faced off against the 21st Space Wing Staff Agency intramural volleyball night league champions at the Peterson Air Force Base Fitness Center to finally declare a champion of champions May 18.
  • Combatives wrestle for the title

    A ground combatives tournament tournament was held at Peterson Air Force Base on May 17, 2016, and was just one of the events held throughout the week-long recognition of Police Officers, both fallen and surviving, occurring in communities around the world May 16-20.
  • Airman ambition: Pushing past the odds to chase opportunity

    Airman 1st Class Folly Kuevidjin, a 21st Comptroller Squadron financial management specialist, has made enormous strides in his pursuit of a higher educational opportunity and has bridged the gap from a young-African man with potential to an American Airman realizing his potential.