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AFSPC Public Affairs

150 Vandenberg St., Ste 1105
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Lt. Col. Stephen Remillard, deputy Air National Guard advisor for AFSPC, endures the greuling 200-mile route of Planet Ultra's Eastern Sierra Double Century cycling event in Bishop, Calif.  Colonel Remillard completed the course in just more than 11 hours. (Courtesy photo by Eric Smith) Guardsman has the “Right Stuff” – from the Rockies to the Sierras
A Guard advisor for Air Force Space Command recently demonstrated that he indeed has the “right stuff”, when he tied for 13th out of a field of 207 cyclists in Planet Ultra’s “Eastern Sierra Double Century” cycling event held in Bishop, Calif. The 200-mile bicycle ride took place just east of the breathtaking Sierra Nevada mountain range. Lt. Col.
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 341st SFG brings nuclear security into 21st century adding radar, imaging
“Sir, I am going to try and get that round peg into that square hole.” Those were the words that Maj. Joseph Musacchia, 341st Security Support Squadron commander, spoke to Col. Steve Asher, 341st Security Forces Group commander, approximately six months ago. The two were discussing how to employ several thousands of dollars in security technology
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Nation’s military, industry leaders eye space technology’s role in combat effects
Air Force Space Command’s top functional leaders and space experts turned out in full force to support the 2006 Space Warfare Symposium here June 27 through 29. Air Force Association Lance P. Sijan Chapter No. 125 hosted 240 of the nation’s military and corporate industry space leaders and operators for the event, which focused panels and breakout
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2006
ONIZUKA AFS, Calif. – Cliff Gatewood configures the programmable telemetry processor to send commands and receive health and status data from the shuttle. (Photo by Valerie Joseph)  


 
21 SOPS contractor has supported every shuttle mission
One hundred fourteen: That's the total number of space shuttle missions launched by NASA. It is also the number of space shuttle missions Cliff Gatewood has supported here. Mr. Gatewood, who works for Integrated Information Technical Corporation, has been involved with every space shuttle mission to date beginning with Columbia in 1981. He has
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2006
VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. – Caitlin Moses eagerly awaits her father’s return from a deployment in Iraq. The daughter of Tech. Sgt. Wayne Moses, 30th Security Forces Squadron, watches as his plane lands at Santa Maria Airport July 31. (Photo by Senior Airman Jamie Lessard) Welcome home
Twenty-eight Airmen from Vandenberg returned from six-month deployments July 31. The group included 17 members of the 30th Security Forces Squadron, who were deployed to Mosul, Iraq, and 11 Airmen from the 30th Civil Engineer Squadron, who served at various locations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Family members, teammates and wing leadership gathered at
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THULE AB, Greenland – Capt. Cory Baker, 821st Support Squadron, and Master Sgt. Michael Aiken, 821st Security Forces Squadron, breeze past the icecap at mile-fourteen of the annual Team Thule Marathon here Saturday. (Photo by 1st Lt. Justin Herman) Extreme endurance

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EDWARDS AFB, Calif. – NASA crews work on Space Shuttle Discovery as it rests on runway 22 here Tuesday. The Space Shuttle and its seven-person crew landed at the base safely after spending almost 14 days orbiting the earth. (Photo by Senior Airman Jet Fabara) AFSPC professionals support successful Discovery mission
Hundreds of Air Force Space Command professionals seamlessly supported Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-114. Members of the 1st Space Control Squadron, 45th Space Wing, 21st Space Wing, 50th Space Wing, 14th Air Force and AFSPC provided space surveillance, communication network services, satellite control and astronaut rescue contingency
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2006
VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. – Wesley Fleming, a mission control supervisor with Indyne Inc., and 1st Lt. David Rodriguez, a range control officer with the 2nd Range Operations Squadron, pull an all-nighter at the Western Range Control Center here to provide tracking for the Space Shuttle Discovery landing. (Photo courtesy 30th Space Wing Public Affairs) Vandenberg aids in Discovery landing
The 30th Space Wing supported the re-entry and landing of the NASA Discovery space shuttle at Edwards AFB, Calif. Tuesday through Western Range operations, 76th Helicopter Flight support and emergency landing availability. Normally on standby and ready to support a shuttle landing on a moment's notice, the 2nd Range Operations Squadron supported
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2006
THULE AB, Greenland – Gerald Gromko, Jr., 821st Support Squadron, jumps off Danish Police cutter, Sisak IV from Sisimiut, Greenland, as Master Sgt. Leanne Ray, 821st Support Squadron, is pulled aboard the ship by crane. The team dove into the Arctic Ocean to demonstrate use of Zodiak water survival suits during an “open ship” event here Aug. 7. The estimated water temperature was 30 degrees. (Photo courtesy 821st Air Base Group Public Affairs) Airman overboard

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PETERSON AFB, Colo. – Tech. Sgt. Eileen Hendee, Combatant Commanders Command and Control Systems Group NCO in charge of Executive Services at Peterson AFB, connects for a deep drive to center as she practices with the Air Force Women’s Softball Team. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Denise Johnson)  


 
Peterson hosts Armed Forces Women's Softball Championship
he Armed Forces Women's Softball Championship will be hosted here Wednesday through Aug. 26. Tech. Sgt. Eileen Hendee, Combatant Commanders Command and Control Systems Group NCO in charge of Executive Services at Peterson AFB and 2nd Lt. Michelle Skarr, 3rd SOPS mission controller, Level 1, at Schriever AFB, Colo. will represent AFSPC on the Air
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