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The 386th Expeditionary Medical Group, with support from the 386th Expeditionary Operation Group, expanded mental health services to Airmen at an undisclosed location supporting ongoing operations in Syria, Oct. 24 and 25. Mental health heads down range
Senior Airman Brittany Edwards, the noncommissioned officer in charge of mental health, deployed from the 96th Medical Operation Squadron, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida., puts on her helmet will visiting Airmen stationed at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia., Oct. 25, 2017. The 386th Expeditionary Medical Group, with support from the 386th Expeditionary Operation Group, expanded mental health services to Airmen at an undisclosed location supporting ongoing operations in Syria, Oct. 24 and 25.
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2017
Tech Sgt. Robert Hicks, 16th SPCS flight chief and maintainer, makes adjustments on a piece of equipment Nov. 3, 2017, at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The 16th SPCS uses such equipment to defend access to the space domain by identifying, characterizing, and geolocating specific signals broadcast from many sources. (Courtesy photo) 16th SPCS: Keeping lines of communication open
With GPS leading the way, modern military forces rely upon satellite signals to guide them in fulfilling a plethora of missions. The 16th Space Control Squadron, located on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, is defending against sources of electromagnetic interference on U.S. military and commercial satellites.
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2017
Zoan Harclerode, flight instructor at the Rocky Mountain Flight Training Center on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stands by one of the aircraft she uses to train her students Oct. 31, 2017. Harclerode was named the winner of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association National, and Western Region, flight instructor of the year based upon the 2017 Flight Training Experience Survey. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Smith) Best in the West, Best of the Best
There are about 95,000 certified flight instructors in the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and Zoan Harclerode, flight instructor at the Rocky Mountain Flight Training Center on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, is the best of them all.
0 11/03
2017
Default Air Force Logo Cheyenne Mountain sees better satellite picture
UEWR primary missions include missile warning and missile defense, where radars spot missile launches, track them and send data to the Ballistic Missile Defense System. These primary missions enable ground-based interceptors to launch and eliminate incoming threats. The secondary mission is space surveillance, which includes tracking the increasingly crowded skies for manmade objects in orbit. “Our radars track and identify a lot of space-based objects. But, in this case, important information wasn’t getting to the people who needed it to make timely decisions,” said Col. Todd Wiest, senior materiel leader, Strategic Warning and Surveillance Systems division, referring to the Cheyenne Mountain Complex Combatant Commanders’ Integrated Command and Control Systems.
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2017
Bob Laborde, Peterson Toastmaster, gives a presentation to the club Oct. 24, 2017 at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. Laboarde was recognized as a Distinguished Toastmaster, the highest educational award in the organization. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Smith) Pinnacle of achievement: Peterson Toastmasters get highest honor
Two members of Peterson Toastmasters Club were recognized as Distinguished Toastmasters Oct. 24, 2017 during the regular meeting at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
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2017
Bob Laborde, Peterson Toastmaster, gives a presentation to the club Oct. 24, 2017 at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. Laboarde was recognized as a Distinguished Toastmaster, the highest educational award in the organization. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Smith) Pinnacle of achievement: Peterson Toastmasters get highest honor
Two members of Peterson Toastmasters Club were recognized as Distinguished Toastmasters Oct. 24, 2017 during the regular meeting at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
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2017
Greg Cortum, Peterson Air Force Base Aero Club/Rocky Mountain Flight Training Center manager, undertakes a preflight walk around at the club hangar on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado on Oct. 31, 2017. The group was recognized as a 2017 Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Training Experience Awards Distinguished Flight School. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Smith) AOPA distinguished flight school: Peterson Aero Club achieves firsts with recognition
Emerging from a pool of 1,048 evaluated flight schools, Rocky Mountain Flight Training Center, also known as the Peterson Aero Club, was one of the top 8.5 percent to be recognized as a 2017 Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Training Experience Awards Distinguished Flight School.
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2017
2nd Lt. Dan Vasquez, 16th Space Control Squadron crew commander, along with some of the equipment used by the 16th SPCS, Oct. 20, 2017 at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The 16th SPCS defends access to the space domain by identifying, characterizing, and geolocating sources of electromagnetic interference on U.S. military and commercial satellites. (Courtesy photo) 16th SPCS Defenders of critical satellite communications
More than 1,800 unclassified spacecraft are being tracked as they orbit earth, according to Space-tracl.org, the public data base for such items. They are communicating with receivers on the ground as well as each other. Who is watching to make sure none of those signals are nefarious, aimed at disrupting communications between the satellites and the warfighters in various theaters who rely on those signals to conduct their missions?
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2017
TED TEDxSchriever 2017 reflects on values, choices
People hear many recurring themes, sayings or cliches as they go through life; because people, despite leading different lives, can have similar views and experiences. One of those experiences can be the common reflection on one's life, with the question: “What may I have done differently had I known everything I know now?”
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2017
(Courtesy Graphic) October is breast cancer awareness month
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The goal of the month is to promote awareness of the symptoms and warning signs of breast cancer, as well as to raise funding for research. An additional point to the campaign is promoting mammograms for early detection.
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