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AFSPC Public Affairs

150 Vandenberg St., Ste 1105
Peterson AFB, CO 80914-4500
DSN:  692-3731
Commercial:  719-554-3731

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Default Air Force Logo Helping survivors learn to breathe again
Funneling her energy between her job as chief of program control for the 21st Comptrollers Squadron and her volunteer work, Debbie Lombardi is living proof of how to give and live more by devoting time to an organization that benefits directly from the annual Combined Federal Campaign. Ms. Lombardi has volunteered many hours for a CFC organization
0 10/05
2009
Default Air Force Logo Don't let local water quality go down the drain
This summer, Peterson Air Force Base experienced abnormally high rain fall totals. In terms of water quality, this means storm water runoff is potentially carrying various pollutants to storm drains, local creeks, streams and rivers. Storm water is rainwater (and melted snow) that runs off streets, lawns, farms, and construction and industrial
0 10/05
2009
George Jahnke poses next to B-17 gunner's equipment at the Malmstrom Museum. Mr. Jahnke was the right wing waist gunner on board B-17E "Patches" and flew 13 combat missions over Germany. The Airman bailed out of Patches on the 13th mission and landed on top of a German farmer. He was then taken to a German POW camp where he stayed for nearly two years before escaping to allied territory. The retired Air Force master sergeant trained at Malmstrom in 1943 and now makes his home in Augusta, Mont. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Dillon White) World War II veteran shares stories of war, imprisonment
In 1943, Malmstrom Air Force Base was Great Falls Army Air Base and dotted with wooden buildings with tar-paper walls. Inside dwelled B-17 crews stationed here to train to fly combat missions in Europe with the same planes they would fly across the Atlantic. One of those Army Air Corps members was George Jahnke, a waist gunner on the B-17E,
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2009
Team Dover's first C-5M Super Galaxy, the Spirit of Global Reach, lands at Dover Air Force Base, Del., Feb. 9. Gen. Arthur Lichte, Air Mobility Command commander, was the delivery official. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jason Minto) 
So you're going to take a 'hop' ...
Space-available travel, also known as "Space-A" or "hop," is a great benefit for active duty members who desire to take a flight to exotic locations like Japan, Germany or Hawaii on Department of Defense or military-controlled aircraft for little or no cost. Here are a few personal tips to help you for your journey: 1) Be Flexible: Taking a hop can
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2009
Peterson Airman Leadership School Eagle Flight engages in team work during the new Jeopardy learning tool unveiled at Peterson’s ALS Aug. 11. The learning tool incorporated questions based on basic training and dress appearance guidelines. (Air Force photo by Thea Skinner) Falcon Flight takes Eagle Flight, ALS increases AF knowledge
The final Jeopardy question is: How many years did Chuck Norris serve in the Air Force? The question was successfully answered by Falcon Flight during the new Airman Leadership School Jeopardy learning tool. The flight is one of two teams for a total of 24 Airmen that graduated ALS on Aug. 12. Falcon Flight triumphed over Eagle Flight, with a final
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2009
(Left to right) 1st Lt. Michaela Garcia, 2nd Lt. James Schannep, 1st Lts. Richard Young and Damon Bosetti (ground), enjoy a rest and a smile after completing the Alcatraz Challenge in San Francisco July 12. The four missile combat crew members from the 10th and 490th Missile Squadrons at Malmstrom trained for six months to compete in the 1.5-mile swim and seven-mile run within the San Francisco Bay. (Courtesy photo) Alcatraz Challenge pushes 4 Malmstrom swimmers, runners to extremes
The San Francisco Bay waters were unusually choppy the morning of July 12. The swimmers were gulping their fair share of salt water, straining and pushing their way to shore. The rough waters between Alcatraz Island and the mainland is where the bay fills and drains into the Pacific Ocean. The current is always present, attempting to pull
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2009
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- 1st Lt. Gary Goff, 3rd Space Operations Squadron, completes a set of squats July 7 at the fitness center as part of his CrossFit training regimen. CrossFit has become a popular training regimen for military members, police agencies and martial artists around the nation.  (U.S. Air Force photo/SSgt. Stacy Foster) CrossFit regimen builds momentum among military members, fitness fanatics
As an Air Force officer and a former college athlete, 1st Lt. Gary Goff has never really been out of shape. In a typical week, the Wideband Global Satcom Engineer for 3rd Space Operations Squadron would usually run three to four times and lift weights on alternate days. But he never subscribed to a particular routine. And he considered himself a
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2009
F.E. WARREN AIR FORCE BASE, Wyo. - Airman 1st Class Timothy Chiolo, 90th Security Forces Group's tactical response force, positions himself June 19 for a better view at the mock aggressors assualting a launch facility during the Nuclear Weapon Accident/Incident Exercise. (Photos by Bernie Ernst) Warren hosts national-level exercise
A simulated terrorist attack on a 90th Missile Wing ICBM launch facility provided the exercise scenario for Nuclear Weapon Accident/Incident Exercise 2009. This national-level exercise involving 11 federal agencies and 1,300 personnel was the largest and most complex exercise ever conducted at a missile base. Accident response and associated
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2009
Staff Sgt. Mikeal Peirce, 341st Security Forces Squadron NCO in charge of police services, stands near his squad car during an operational readiness exercise Feb. 6, 2008. Sergeant Peirce received a plaque from the Cascade County DUI Task Force May 26, 2009, for his efforts in combating drunk and impaired driving in 2008. Sergeant Peirce was one of four Cascade County law enforcement officers to be recognized. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner) Cascade County recognizes NCO for efforts to combat drunk, impaired driving
A Malmstrom NCO was among four recognized by Cascade County's DUI Task Force for their efforts in combating drunk and impaired driving in 2008. The dedication of Staff Sgt. Mikeal Peirce, 341st Security Forces Squadron NCO in charge of police services, along with Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Scott Waddell, Cascade County Sherriff's Deputy Matt
0 6/03
2009
Default Air Force Logo Team V to compete at national level
Vandenberg members are participating in the National Presidential Challenge here May 1 through July 24 in an effort to encourage a less sedentary lifestyle. The challenge began as the Presidential Physical Fitness Award in 1966 and tested the fitness of school-aged children across the nation. Over the years, the program has been modified to include
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2009
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