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AFSPC Public Affairs

150 Vandenberg St., Ste 1105
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Hunter Airman leads way in innovation
Innovation is a crucial factor in leadership and maintaining the edge over our adversaries. For 2nd Lt. Nathaniel Hunter, 50th Operations Support Squadron chief of intel for the 2nd Space Operations Squadron, his tool for better organizing space mission reports is not only innovative, it adds a layer of convenience to an otherwise time-consuming process.
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Steve Kotecki (left) 21st Space Wing Public Affairs Office, public affairs specialist, interviews Senior Master Sgt. Raymond Artis, 721st Mission Support Group superintendent of plans and programs (center), and Master Sgt. Ashely Strong, 21st Medical Squadron dental flight chief, at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, Oct. 10, 2017. Artis and Strong were both named one of the twelve Outstanding Airman of the Year for 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo by David Meade) Peterson’s Outstanding Airmen of the Year
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Senior Master Sgt. Raymond Artis, 721st Mission Support Group superintendent of plans and programs, and Master Sgt. Ashley Strong, 21st Medical Squadron dental flight chief, and talk to them about what it means to be a senior leader, mentorship and the future of the Air Force. Both were named Outstanding Airmen of the Year for 2017.
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– A Bod Pod at the Health and Wellness Center on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, Oct. 12, 2017. The machine is highly accurate and can detect even small changes in body fat and lean body mass. (U.S. Air Force photo by Robb Lingley) HAWC helps Airmen maintain a healthy life
Imagine being healthy and fit, able to easily overcome obstacles and accomplish goals. The Health and Wellness Center at Peterson AFB can help Airmen become their best version of themselves.
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Col. Eric Dorminey, 21st Space Wing vice commander, presents Senior Airman Kayla Drummond, Air Force Technical Applications Center Detachment 46, the John L. Levitow award during the Airmen Leadership School graduation, Oct. 12, 2017, at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The award is presented to the distinguished graduate from each class of the ALS and is named in honor of John L. Levitow, the lowest ranking Airman to ever receive the Medal of Honor. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Tiffany Lundberg) Levitow Award Winner

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Four Airmen pull a fire truck to safety during the Fire Muster competition at the 21st Civil Engineer fire station at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, Oct. 13, 2017. Three teams of four Airmen competed in the event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Robb Lingley) Fire Prevention Month: Every second counts
Every year, October brings with it a very important and critical consideration, fire prevention. October is National Fire Prevention Month on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
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Boundary protection operators from the 561st Network Operations Squadron train on setting up firewalls used to provide security for networked computers on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado in this undated photo. (Courtesy photo) What’s trending about Peterson? Searches and security both play a role
People who are performing searches related to the base seek useful information to help them access PAFB, according to Google. But in the case of other, nefarious searchers the 561st Network Operations Squadron is keeping an eye on the virtual landscape.
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Twins Rocco (top) and Enzo Picariello (Bottom), meet their infant brother, Luciano, for the first time Aug. 12, 2016 at their parents’ last duty station in Montgomery, Alabama. They are the children of Maj. Joseph Picariello, National Security Space Institute assistant course director, and Staff Sgt. Erica Picariello, 21st Space Wing Public Affairs non-commissioned officer in-charge. (U.S. Photo illustration by Staff Sgt Erica Picariello) Weathering the storm: My journey through multiple miscarriages to our Rainbow
October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month and according to an article by the University of California Los Angeles, approximately 12-15 percent of all clinically recognized pregnancies end in miscarriage; the same article estimated that at least 30-60 percent of all conceptions will end within the first 12 weeks of gestation. This is one Airman's journey through multiple losses.
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The Air Force Arctic Security Expedition tours the Early Warning Radar at Clear Air Force Station, Alaska, Sept. 8, 2017. The team visited Clear AFS as a part of tour across the northern fringes of the United States, Canada, and Greenland. (Courtesy photo) Arctic Security Expedition visits Clear AFS
The Air Force Arctic Security Expedition visited Clear Air Force Station, Alaska, Sept. 8, 2017, as part of the group’s tour across the northern fringes of the U.S., Canada, and Greenland.
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Default Air Force Logo SCHRIEVER WARGAME 2017 SET TO BEGIN
Air Force Space Command will conduct the 11th Schriever Wargame at Nellis AFB, Nevada starting Oct. 13, 2017.The Schriever Wargame, set in the year 2027, will explore critical space issues and investigate the integration activities of multiple agencies associated with space systems and services. Schriever Wargame 2017 (SW17) will include
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen provide exacting space operations
Thousands upon thousands of debris pieces are traversing Earth’s orbit. Along with the debris are satellites performing a plethora of functions and even manned vehicles like the International Space Station. Space Operators fill the critical role of keeping it all sorted out.
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