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  • Guardians prevent wildfire in Manitou Springs

    Off-duty U.S. Space Force Guardians assigned to Space Delta 6 – Cyberspace Operations, worked together to stop the spread of a wildfire near the Incline in Manitou Springs, Colorado, Nov. 9, 2022.
  • U.S. Air Force Academy's computer and cyber sciences department recognized as 'National Center of Academic Excellence'

    The National Security Agency named the U.S. Air Force Academy’s computer and cyber sciences department a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense earlier this year, placing the school in the ranks of six other colleges in Colorado advancing cyber security.
  • U.S. Space Command strengthens partnerships at Space Symposium 37

    U.S. Space Command leaders joined space professionals from around the world to participate in the 37th annual Space Symposium at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo., April 4-7, 2022. The Space Symposium, hosted by the non-profit Space Foundation each year since 1984, brings together sectors of the space enterprise from around the world to discuss and plan for the future of space. USSPACECOM commander, U.S. Army Gen. James Dickinson, participated in multiple bilateral engagements throughout the week. Dickinson’s keynote speech revealed the Combatant Command’s new commercial integration strategy framework.
  • Manning the Mission - TSgt Matheny

    “We may not be the boots on the ground, the ones leading the charge, but we are the ones making sure that charge can happen; it takes a village,” said U.S. Space Force Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey “Singe” Matheny, Space Delta 3 - Space Electromagnetic Warfare, 4th Space Control Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of weapons and tactics.
  • Airmen re-enlist in front of Thunderbirds

    Front Range Airmen re-enlist in front of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, May 25, 2021. The Thunderbirds were at Peterson AFB in preparation for the U.S. Air Force Academy graduation on May 26, 2021.
  • Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force attends lunch for NCOs

    Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass joins noncommissioned officers from across the Peterson-Schriever Garrison for lunch at the Peterson Air Force Base dining facility, Colorado, May 5, 2021.
  • MAFFS Loadmaster: 15 years, two systems, still going

    It can feel intense using the MAFFS when flying 150 feet off the ground near a wildfire stretching over thousands of acres. When the co-pilot presses the button to release the 3,000 gallons of retardant Jason is sitting next to, it’s his job to make sure it goes off without a hitch. Thankfully, he helped write the book on it.
  • 302nd Airlift Wing hosting annual aerial firefighting training

    About 300 people from the Air National Guard, U.S. Forest Service and other firefighting agencies are scheduled Monday to begin a weeklong aerial wildland firefighting training and certification hosted by the Air Force Reserve’s 302nd Airlift Wing at Peterson Air Force Base, here.
  • Improved medical process gives reservists more time for training

    Instead of spending hours completing their annual Periodic Health Assessments, reservists here were in and out in as little as 15 minutes during the December unit training assembly. More often than not, time is in short supply during UTAs, which is why the Reserve Citizen Airmen at the 302nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron spent more than a year
  • Peterson, surrounding bases first to receive G4G training

    Airmen from the Aragon Dining Facility on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, and surrounding bases were the first in the AF to receive extensive culinary training Sept. 11-14, 2018 as part of the Department of Defense’s Go for Green 2.0 initiative.  During the four-day training, master chefs from the Culinary Institute of America taught Airmen

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