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AFSPC Public Affairs

150 Vandenberg St., Ste 1105
Peterson AFB, CO 80914-4500
DSN:  692-3731
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A Delta IV rocket carrying a classified payload lifts off for the first time from SLC-6 at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., at 8:33 p.m., June 27. The Delta IV was a medium-plus configuration of the booster’s five design options, which enables it to place payloads in orbit ranging from nearly 9,000 pounds to more than 27,000 pounds. (U.S. Air Force photo by Brian Gavin) Air Force Launches First West Coast Boeing Delta IV
A government and industry team from the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center, the 30th Space Wing here, the National Reconnaissance Office, the Aerospace Corporation, the Boeing Company and numerous other organizations successfully completed the first launch of a Boeing Delta IV rocket from Vandenberg AFB June 27. The rocket carried an NRO
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Gen. Kevin P. Chilton, commander of Air Force Space Command, shares a celebratory moment with his mother, Shirley Chilton, during his assumption of command ceremony on Monday, June 26, at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Raheem Moore) Former astronaut takes command of Air Force Space Command
Gen. Kevin P. Chilton assumed command of Air Force Space Command in a ceremony here June 26 presided over by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley. Current and former national defense leaders, active and retired senior officers, community leaders and active-duty servicemembers gathered at the Peterson Air Force Base parade field to
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Default Air Force Logo 6th SWS, Cape Cod community supports Katrina relief efforts
The 6th Space Warning Squadron and the Cape Cod community have stepped up their efforts to support relief efforts In the wake of Hurricane Katrina's devastation on the Gulf Coast. "We saw a need," said Lt. Col. Paul Hamilton, 6th Space Warning Squadron commander. "Even though we're a small unit, we've looked for ways we can have an impact." He
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COLUMBUS AFB, Miss. – The T-38 “Tweet” airplanes and UH-1N “Huey” helicopters now share the runway here. The 620th Air Expeditionary Squadron, comprised of people, equipment and helicopters from four Air Force Space Command bases, stood up at Columbus Saturday in support of JTF Katrina. This is the first time in AFSPC history helos have been deployed from the missile fields to form an AES and support national disaster relief efforts. (Photo by Senior Airman John Parie) 620th Air Expeditionary Squadron forms in response to JTF Katrina

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TORONTO – General Lance W. Lord, Air Force Space Command commander, signs an autograph for an aspiring pilot at the Canadian International Air Show here Sept. 4. The general opened the show with a salute to veterans on “U.S. Air Force Day.” Commander opens international air show
Air Force Space Command's top officer opened the 2005 Canadian International Air Show on "U.S. Air Force Day" Sunday. General Lance W. Lord, AFSPC commander, was in Canada on a mission of international goodwill to highlight the positive relationship Canada and the United States share. As the ranking U.S. military representative at the show, he gave
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LOS ANGELES AFB, Calif. – 1st Lt. DeWitt Latimer, Space and Missile Systems Center Space Radar chief software engineer, guides “Sgt. John Smith” through a conversation with an Iraqi native in an immersive game-based language system at the University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute. (Photo by Jason M. Webb) Language video game benefits warfighter, makes learning fun
Sgt. John Smith walks through the dusty Iraqi town with a mission. As he arrives at the local café, he spots a man and approaches him. As the man stands up, Sergeant Smith introduces himself in Iraqi Arabic. He is an American military member, part of a civil affairs unit, there to help build a better Iraq. The Iraqi stranger welcomes him. This
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COLUMBUS AFB, Miss. – A flight crew from the 620th Air Expeditionary Squadron here returns from flying supplies to Hurricane Katrina victims in the Gulf Coast area of Mississippi. (Photo by Senior Airman John Parie) 620th AES sorties deliver hurricane relief

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VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. – Senior Airman Jason Elmore, 381st Training Group functional assistant administrator, holds the leather jacket and helmet that protected him during a recent motorcycle accident. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Cadette) After an accident left him injured and his motorcycle in pieces, one Airman realizes why riders should decide to...Ride with a backup plan
Down the stretch of Highway 1 along the coast, patches of thick fog roll inland from the Pacific. The dense, opaque air clings to the road and curtains the several-hundred-foot cliffs dropping off in some places only a few feet from the guard rail. Senior Airman Jason Elmore rode south on Highway 1 on his return to Vandenberg one Sunday night,
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F.E. WARREN AFB, Wyo. – Bob Farnsworth, 90th Civil Engineer Squadron Housing Facilities manager, assesses chipped paint on a porch in a historic brick home here. The 90th CES has nearly completed negotiations on an estimated $28 million lead-based paint abatement project to Warren’s historic brick houses. (Photo courtesy F.E. Warren AFB Public Affairs)

 
Warren's Historic Homes to be renovated
The 90th Civil Engineer Squadron has nearly completed negotiations on an estimated $28 million lead-based paint abatement project to Warren's historic brick houses. "Warren received almost the entire Air Force family housing budget for Fiscal Year 2005 to correct the lead-based paint problem in our old, historic homes," said Col. Michael Carey,
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Default Air Force Logo 90th SFG Airmen deploy for JTF Katrina
Forty-four Airmen from the 90th Security Forces Group deployed to Keesler AFB, Miss., Monday to help with disaster relief for victims of Hurricane Katrina. The Airmen, who were notified of their deployment Sept. 1, were transported from the Wyoming Air National Guard in a C-130 provided by Little Rock AFB, Ark. "This is an emotional experience for
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