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Airman 1st Class Steven Zavertnik, 50th Space Communications Squadron.  (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Staff Sgt. Daniel Martinez) Meet the GC contenders: A1C Steven Zavertnik, 50th SCS
Airman 1st Class Steven Zavertnik, 50th Space Communications Squadron, is a first-time Guardian Challenge competitor and is one of three communications Airmen to represent the 50th Space Wing during this year's competition. What is your official duty title and what are your responsibilities?As a space systems controller, I maintain long-haul
0 4/07
2010
Kelly Addington (right) and Becca Tieder talk with Peterson Airmen about “it” – sexual assault – April 1 as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities on Peterson Air Force Base. The women are experts on sexual assault awareness and prevention, and sexual empowerment. They encouraged Airmen to become educated on the subject, learn about base resources and keep an eye out for each other. (U.S. Air Force photo/Craig Denton) Peterson Airmen take time in April to discuss "it" - sexual assault
When Kelly Addington finally told a close male friend that she had been raped, she wasn't prepared for his reaction."Who is he? Where is he? Is he dead? Is he in jail? If he's not, he's going to be," he yelled, veins throbbing in his neck.Although he meant well, his anger didn't help her, she said. It didn't make her feel safe. "It made me feel
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2010
DOD Police Officer Yvette Perez poses with McGruff the Crime Dog. (Courtesy photo) Featured Guardian of SMC
Guardian: Police Officer Yvette PerezHometown: San Bernardino, Calif.Unit: Department of Defense Police, 61st Security Forces Squadron, Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif.; Individual Mobilization Augmentee (Staff Sergeant), 95th SFS, Edwards AFB, Calif.Major Kudos: Los Angeles Police Department's 2009 Volunteer of the Year; 2009 Civilian of the
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2010
Capt. Daniel Harper, 22nd Space Operations Squadron.  (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Staff Sgt. Daniel Martinez) Meet the GC contenders: Capt. Daniel Harper, 22nd SOPS
Capt. Daniel Harper, 22nd Space Operations Squadron, will be a contender during this year's Guardian Challenge. As a member of the 22nd SOPS team, he will go on to represent the 50th Space Wing during this year's competition. What is your official duty title and what are your responsibilities?I am a network crew commander and my responsibilities
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2010
PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Col. Joan Sandene, 21st Space Wing senior individual mobilization augmentee, presents a book and 21st SW memento to Maj. Melissa May, U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Squadron 21 Air Officer commanding, at the Women’s History Month luncheon. Major May, a senior F-16 pilot who earned the Distinguished Flying Cross medal for a 2003 mission over Baghdad, was the guest speaker at the luncheon, held March 17 here at The Club. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dennis Howk) Women's history - shaping the face of the Air Force
Maj. Melissa May was at a holiday party with her squadron at Kunsan Air Base, South Korea, a few years ago when another officer sidled up to her."What are you doing?" he said. "You shouldn't be wearing lipstick. You need to decide, either you're a fighter pilot or you're a chick."She smiled and took that as a huge compliment, she said.It just so
0 3/22
2010
In happier times, Tech. Sgt. Shawn Mette, shares a smile with his wife,
Nelia, and children, Sebastian, 9 and Skylar, 5. (Courtesy photo) Year of the Family: It's so much more than a motto
It's easy to throw around mottos like "Be a Good Wingman" and the "Year of the Air Force Family." What isn't always easy, however, is putting words into action, "walking the talk," as the saying goes.Fortunately, for Tech. Sgt. (ret.) Shawn Mette and his wife, Nelia, they have a "family" at Patrick Air Force Base who believes in "walking the talk."
0 3/19
2010
Default Air Force Logo Reduce space, reduce waste... save energy
Since efficiency is always a key to improving operations, I would like to inform the 45th Space Wing community on how the Civil Engineer Squadron is working to reduce the Wing's energy use.New federal requirements mandate the Wing reduce its energy intensity by three percent per year for 10 continuous years (from 2005 to 2015). Accomplishing this
0 3/18
2010
Capt. John Meury, 22nd Space Operations Squadron (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Staff Sgt. Daniel Martinez) Meet the GC contenders: Capt. John Meury, 22nd SOPS
Capt. John Meury will represent the 50th Space Wing at the 2010 Guardian Challenge as a member of the 22nd Space Operations Squadron team. What is your official duty title and what are your responsibilities?Air Force Satellite Control Network, Network Crew Commander. NCMDRs work as the commander's representative for the $6.2 billion satellite
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2010
U.S. Air Force Academy graduate Tanji Johnson will host a one-hour “Gladiator Boot Camp” workout at the Women’s History Month Fitness Fair, noon, March 24, at the Peterson Fitness and Sports Center, Building 560. Gladiator Boot Camp is open to everyone and features the front crawl, crossing plank glides, military press, lunges and bicep curls. The fair begins at 11 a.m. and features health and nutrition information from the Health and Wellness Center and prizes for participants. (Photo courtesy of Ms. Johnson) Peterson AFB "writes women into history;" celebrates Women's History Month
It's been more than 65 years since Staff Sgt. Esther Blake became the first woman in the Air Force. So eager was she to join, Sergeant Blake signed up in the first minute of the first day that Air Force duty was authorized for women, July 8, 1948.In that first year, 4,300 other women also joined the Air Force. Since then, women have been writing
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2010
Tech. Sgt. Monique Killian, 21st Space Wing Inspector General flight chief, wing readiness, holds the “Unsung Hero” medal given to her mom, Ann Staples Shelton, Feb. 1, in Greensboro, N.C. at the 50th anniversary of the Greensboro sit-ins, which ignited the 1960s civil rights movement. Ms. Shelton, who passed away six years ago, was honored for her work during the sit-ins, which began with four college students at F.W. Woolworth Co. (Air Force photo by Craig Denton) Out of the history books, into the heart
Tech. Sgt. Monique Killian must have passed in front of the F.W. Woolworth Co. store in Greensboro, N.C., dozens, if not hundreds of times, when she was a kid. She knew the location was significant in African American history. She had even heard family lore that "Mom was arrested for picketing or sitting," said Sergeant Killian, 21st Space Wing
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2010
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