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150 Vandenberg St., Ste 1105
Peterson AFB, CO 80914-4500
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Default Air Force Logo Medical best practice saves lives
The television is on and sounds of a busy hospital emergency room fill the living room. Doctors in white coats rush around trying to save a bloody man suffering from some sort of post-accident shock and his heart stops. The lead doctor pulls out the metal paddles and yells, "CLEAR!" He shocks the patient's heart back into rhythm, saving the man's
0 7/28
2011
A Global Positioning System IIF satellite 50 SW leaps onto fast-track tempo
When it opened for business in 1985, the installation now known as Schriever Air Force Base didn't operate any satellites at all. During the following few years, as operations floors were constructed, satellite control operations slowly transferred from Onizuka Air Force Station, Calif. Falcon AFS was originally planned to be a small, operations
0 7/22
2011
Master Sgt. Ireli “Eydee” Hinger, 33rd Network Warfare Squadron’s Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team operations superintendent, qualifies on the .50-caliber machine gun in an up-armored humvee during training at Fort Dix, N.J., in 2010. Hinger is a weapons specialist with expert qualifications in the M-16 rifle, M-4 carbine, M-240B machine gun and the M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon. She has been submitted by Air Force Space Command as a nominee for Marie Claire’s annual issue honoring young women across various industries who have made significant contributions in their fields. (Courtesy photo) Do-it-all AFCERT SNCO shines as a cyberspace role model
Her mother forbade her from becoming a Marine ... Unlike most Airmen, Master Sgt. Ireli "Eydee" Hinger, 33rd Network Warfare Squadron's Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team operations superintendent, has earned her eagle, globe and anchor because she deployed with the Corps in Fallujah and her troops made her an honorary Marine."As far back
0 7/19
2011
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Airmen First Class Andrew Beer (driver) and Ryan Bursiaga, 50th Security Forces Squadron Security specialists, keep watch over 50th Space Wing assets while on patrol June 15. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Dennis Rogers) SFS saves lives through education
Protect people, property and resources of the U.S. Air Force. The description of a security forces specialist sounds basic, but the job itself requires extensive training in law enforcement and combat tactics. Each week the 50th Security Forces Squadron engages in training to help prepare themselves for base defense as well as for deployed and
0 6/21
2011
Default Air Force Logo 45 Space Wing, Weather Squadron personnel, share what it takes to prepare for the Endeavour!
Be sure to follow some of the 45th Space Wing's very own, Ms. Kathy Winters, Air Force Civilian Meteorologist in the 45th Weather Squadron , and Capt. Woodard, 45th Weather Squadron, as they blog about the steps it takes to prepare for the 29 April 2011 launch of Endeavour! Click here to Follow!
0 4/19
2011
The Kelley family enjoys Japan before the earthquake. Airman First Class Shawn Kelley (left), Rebecca with Brayden (center) and Parker. Rebecca and the boys (plus Dylan not pictured) arrived in Florida March 24 after traveling for three days from Misawa Air Base, Japan. Airman Kelley, an Emergency Management Specialist, stayed behind in Japan. Family comes to Patrick after Japanese Disasters
Rebecca Kelley is glad to be back in Florida; but it was a long road back from Misawa Air Base, Japan in post-earthquake confusion."I was sitting in my living room when the quake hit," said Kelley. "I grabbed two of my three children and ducked down by some furniture." The earthquake lasted about 20 minutes. Kelley and her husband, Airman First
0 4/01
2011
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- The 5th Medical Group will host the 4th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Event and Quilt Project at the Jimmy Dolittle Center here Oct. 23 at 6 p.m.  The event is held in conjunction with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is every October. (Courtesy graphic) Schriever fitness trainer battles breast cancer
Undoubtedly, most people know or have heard of someone who has battled breast cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute, one in every eight women will be diagnosed with the disease during their lifetime. Patti Eafrati, 45, a personal trainer at the Schriever Fitness Center, hadn't really thought about the idea, even though she had a benign
0 10/27
2010
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Staff Sgt. Dave Gapper, 19th Space Operations Squadron, will compete in the Air Force Marathon Saturday at Wright- Patterson Air Force Base along with 13 fellow Schriever members. Sergeant Gapper will compete in the half marathon, but typically prefers longer events. He'll race in more than 20 events this year and completed a 50-mile marathon earlier this month. (U.S. Air Force photo/Scott Prater) Marathons aren't long enough for Schriever sergeant
When Staff Sgt. Dave Gapper finishes the half marathon at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Sept. 18, he won't even be out of breath.To most people, the idea of running 13.1 miles without stopping seems a rather crazy thing to do, but for Sergeant Gapper, 19th Space Operations Squadron, it qualifies as a warm up. You'll have to add another 37 miles
0 9/15
2010
The original 2nd Space Wing staff, July 28, 1985, including Col. Richard Griffin, wing commander at the time (center-front), and Ms. Carol Searson, future 50 SW protocol chief, to his left. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) Schriever AFB's most tenured civilian retires
On Oct. 1, 1985, Carol Searson drove down a dirt covered Highway 94 to get to her workplace, Falcon Air Force Station, for her first duty day with the 2nd Space Wing. On that day the base consisted of only three buildings; Buildings 300--which had an incomplete 2nd floor, and required hard hats; Building 400--which was completely empty; and
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2010
Members of the 21st Security Forces Squadron prepare to demonstrate apprehension tactics with one of their military working dogs for guests at the Deployed Families Dinner, hosted by Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station Aug. 6. The event brought out nearly 120 guests despite thunderstorms and heavy rains, which cleared up as the event kicked off. (U.S. Air Force photo) Military families take hike to Cheyenne Mountain for dinner
The Deployed Families Dinner, held on the first Friday of each month at Peterson AFB, has become a staple with local military families that have a loved one deployed.On Aug. 6, Col. Russell Wilson, 721st Mission Support Group commander at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, together with Col. Stephen N. Whiting, 21st Space Wing commander, welcomed
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2010
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