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Members of the Vandenberg Mounted Horse Patrol and their respective Military Working Horses take a break during a recovery mission, June 29, 2017, Lone Pine, Calif. The Vandenberg Mounted Horse Patrol was requested nearly a week after a RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned surveillance aircraft assigned to the 9th Reconnaissance Wing at Beale Air Force Base crashed during a trip back to its home station, June 21. (courtesy photo) Vandenberg equestrians ride to recover
A RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned surveillance aircraft assigned to the 9th Reconnaissance Wing at Beale Air Force Base recently crashed during a trip back to its home station, June 21. The aircraft landed near Mount Whitney in the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range, a terrain difficult to access via motor vehicle, or on foot. However, the topography
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2017
Air Force Gen. Jay Raymond, Commander, Air Force Space Command, receives the General Bernard A. Schriever Space Leadership Award, presented by space pioneer Gen. Bernard A. Schriever's great-grandson, Senior Amn. Brett Schriever, during the Air Force Association's 43nd Annual Salute to SMC Banquet, held in El Segundo Calif., June 9, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo/Sarah Corrice) Handshake, lifetime award bridge four generations of Air Force space history
It was not a typical awards banquet. For those fortunate to attend the 43rd Annual Salute to Space and Missile Systems Center awards banquet here on June 9, it was a history lesson, leadership seminar and strategy session all wrapped in one.
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2017
Gen. Stephen Wilson (left), Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and his wife (right) Nancy Wilson, celebrate with Lt. Col. Kevin Amsden, 3rd Space Experimentation Squadron commander, and his daughter, Breanna Amsden, during the Air Force Officers’ Spouses’ Club scholarship awards ceremony at Bolling Air Force Base, Washington D.C., May 21, 2017. Breanna was 1 of 19 recipients of the AFOSC scholarships. (Courtesy photo) You have dreams, there are opportunities
From a very young age, many children are told to “stay in school,” because it’s a critical factor for our future success; however, for college, it is easier said than done.
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2017
Col. Doug Schiess, 21st Space Wing commander, along with Airmen from the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron and 21st Force Support Squadron, cuts the ribbon for the grand opening of 24 Hour Fitness at the Fitness Center, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., June 16, 2017. Military ID registration for 24 Hour Fitness 24/7 access is now available at the Fitness Center. (U. S. Air Force photo by Robb Lingley)


24-hour fitness grand opening
Col. Doug Schiess, 21st Space Wing commander, along with Airmen from the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron and 21st Force Support Squadron, cuts the ribbon for the grand opening of 24-hour fitness at the Fitness Center, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., June 16, 2017. Military ID registration for 24/7 access is now available at the Fitness Center. (U. S.
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2017
Airman Benjamin Ekblad, 338th Training Squadron student, works on a training network in one of the cyber transport course’s ‘flipped’ classrooms in Bryan Hall, May 10, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. The squadron’s ‘flipped’ classrooms feature a student-centered approach where Airmen are able to work at their own pace in an environment that’s catered to student discovery and engagement instead of the normal educational trend of teacher-led instruction. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Duncan McElroy) 338th TRS ‘flips’ the classroom
What did the last classroom you sat in look like? Probably a few rows or a U-shape of student desks, with an instructor podium and white board at the front? Oh, and how about that curriculum? Regimented, PowerPoint or bulleted list-style torture . . . Maybe even with a Charlie Brown-esque droning instructor?Luckily for students in the 338th
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2017
Col. Robyn Slade, 50th Space Wing senior individual mobilization augmentee to the commander, stands proudly with the t-38 she flew she flew at initial pilot training. Slade began her Air Force career within Public Affairs, but was able to pursue her dream of flying after years of hard work. (Courtesy photo) A life of service: Air Force colonel's journey
As a child, Col. Robyn Slade, 50th Space Wing senior individual mobilization augmentee to the commander, never imagined she would make the U.S. Air Force her life-long career.
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2017
Maj. Gregory Stewart, 22nd Space Operations Squadron mission commander, oversees the Air Force Satellite Control Network antennas from all over the world to ensure they are operating efficiently and providing support to the users at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Wednesday, April 5, 2017. On average, the AFSCN enables more than 450 satellite contacts per day. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Julius Delos Reyes) AFSCN: Linking with space
When SpaceX launched a satellite into space with a once-used booster rocket March 30 from Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2nd Lt. Gregory Allen was tucked more than 1,800 miles away at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, monitoring the event through the Air Force Satellite Control Network.
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A remote block change antenna designated as POGO-Charlie, operated by Detachment 1, 23rd Space Operations Squadron at Thule Air Base, Greenland July 26, 2016. Detachment 1 provides vital support to Schriever and the Air Force Satellite Control Network, providing telemetry, tracking and command technologies. (Courtesy Photo) Detachment 1 provides vital connection capabilities
Far north – so far the northern lights are south – is Detachment 1 of the 23rd Space Operations Squadron, a remote unit nearly situated on top of the world in the ice fields of Thule Air Base, Greenland.
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A 1st Airlift Squadron crew flies a recruiting mission to several western U.S. states March 13-15, 2016. The 89th Airlift Wing selectively hires for its pilots, communications systems operators, flight attendants, flight engineers and flying crew chiefs, who are hired to maintain and operate 'Air Force One,' ‘Air Force Two,’ and 14 other special air mission platforms. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED) Coming full circle
“I wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for my mentors,” she said. “Your job ethic gets you a long way in life, and how hard you work is going to get you a long way, but having people guide you is essential.” Gillilan’s career mentorship began before enlistment as her father steered her towards an Air Force career. Even though he retired from the Army, he knew the Air Force would be a better decision for her. “He guided me to the world’s greatest Air Force,” Gillilan said.
0 4/05
2017
Second Lts. Ranell Cavitt and Maggie Jones, 3rd Space Experimentation Squadron, have been nearly inseparable since they arrived at Schriever Air Force Base, Sept. 30, 2015. They have only been separated professionally for a short time, during training, since their arrival and work closely together as Automated Navigation and Guidance Experiment in Local Space satellite mission planners and trainers. Their shared experience and passion for space and science helped build a friendship and camaraderie that appears like a life-long bond, though the pair met less than two years ago. (U.S. Air Force photo/Christopher DeWitt) Following the same trajectory
The pair sat at the coffee house table and a casual observer might quickly conclude they were lifelong friends. The reality is, though they met less than two years ago, their lives have been following nearly identical paths since that day. And that’s perfectly fine with them.“We came in at the exact same time,” they said simultaneously.Second Lts.
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