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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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Ron Saville, a veteran in Fort Benton who helped organize the ceremony and memorial, shakes hands with Col. John. Probst, 341st Security Forces Group commander, while members of Malmstrom's K-9 unit look on. A Veterans day ceremony and Military Working Dog memorial ceremony were held in Fort Benton Nov. 11. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Emerald Ralston) Malmstrom's top cop honors veterans - 2-legged and 4-legged - in ceremony
To some, it was just a ceremony and a dedication, but to one Malmstrom member, it was a way to reminisce and relive the past, while being part of the ceremony. Col. John Probst, 341st Security Forces Group commander, spoke at a Veterans Day ceremony in nearby Fort Benton Nov. 11, in conjunction with a Military Working Dog memorial dedication
0 11/12
2008
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Vandenberg's Run to Remember offers base personnel the opportunity to honor
a fallen servicemember by running a mile in their memory.  Participants have
donated a certain amount per mile to charities dedicated to supporting
wounded warriors. (Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Raymond Hoy)
Airmen Run to Remember, some can never forget
 Members of team Vandenberg have been running to remember fallen servicemembers for a little more than a week now. While some are running to remember, others are running for people and events they can never forget.A Run to Remember has given Team Vandenberg the opportunity to donate money, through the Combined Federal Campaign, to organizations
0 11/05
2008
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - Chief Master Sgt. Patrick Sheehan parks his motorcycle in front of the DeKok building here Oct. 28. Chief Sheehan believes mission accomplishment comes first, but admits there is always a time and place for fun. One way he has fun, is by riding his motorcycle to work, and through the many mountain passes located throughout the local area. Chief Sheehan is the 50th Space Wing command chief. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Stacy D. Foster) Command chief balances fun and discipline
Attend any commander's call, awards presentation or any  event at Schriever, and the bark of Chief Master Sergeant Patrick Sheehan can be heard.Chief Sheehan, 50th Space Wing command chief master sergeant, is everywhere these days, spreading his message of discipline, mission focus and fun, making it a point to get out and see everyone he can,
0 10/28
2008
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- An Airman uses a heavy bag to manage anger and relieve stress. Many different mechanisms can be used to effectively control someones anger. For more information on anger management contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center. (Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Nichole Roberts) Vandenberg program allows Airmen opportunity to take control of stress
When mild-mannered scientist Bruce Banner gets angry, he turns into the Incredible Hulk and proceeds to smash his way through difficulties with his big, green fists.While tearing a car in half may sound like fun, there are better ways for non-comic book people to deal with life's troubles, and the Stress and Anger Management Class here can show you
0 10/21
2008
Airman 1st Class Enrique Manley
90th Security Forces Squadron Discipline; an every day chance to do the extraordinary
Some say the Air Force core values are easy to remember -- almost as if they are scrawled across an internal chalkboard with a clear order of importance. Three lines etched with specific instruction. Integrity First. Check. Service before Self. Check. ... Compliance with regulation. Wait, that's not right. Complacency in the workplace. No. Getting
0 10/14
2008
Members of the 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force team make their way through the new close-quarters battle center and clear the scene Sept. 30 during a training scenario. The training facility was a self-help project planned and constructed by 341st SFG personnel who volunteered hundreds of hours of their time to build the center.  Team members include (left to right) Senior Airman Liseth Rodriguez, Staff Sgts. David Barger and Derik Morris, and Senior Airman Samuel Fullerton.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Eydie Sakura) New close-quarters battle center opens doors, new training for TRF
Three loud bangs and the door sprang open. Within seconds, roughly eight Airmen enter the building with weapons drawn. One of them was the wing commander, learning the ropes of the tactical response force team and their new close-quarters battle training facility here. Col. Michael Fortney, 341st Missile Wing commander, recieved a first-hand look
0 10/09
2008
Default Air Force Logo Free education possible through military benefits
"Show me the money!" That's what Tom Cruise had to do for Cuban Gooding Jr as the titular character in the Hollywood film. And that's just what the Air Force is doing for Airmen interested in pursuing higher education. Through programs like tuition assistance and the G.I. Bill, Airmen are left little excuse for skipping school. Both programs cover
0 7/22
2008
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. --  Tech. Sgt. Corey Latiolais, NCO in charge of weather station operations, and Capt. Jonathan Mason, a launch weather officer, both with the 30th Weather Squadron, go over weather data in the operations center here Friday. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Andrew Satran) Forecasters know 'weather never sleeps'
From the Atlas V launch five months ago to the upcoming TLV NFIRE launch, personnel with the 30th Weather Squadron here ensure mission success and safety by keeping their heads in the clouds. It doesn't matter if the vehicle launches from above or below ground; the weather is a key component in the entire launch process. While an actual missile
0 7/15
2008
About critical space operations, Lt. Gen. William Shelton said, "Clearly, space is no longer a sanctuary for operations. So we must prepare accordingly to deter and dissuade hostile uses of space." (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jonathan Olds) The Space Link
Finding a fleeting enemy in Iraq's vast deserts or the rugged mountains of Afghanistan is no easy task for coalition ground forces. And when the enemy hears a warplane overhead, they run away and hide, taking advantage of the knowledge of the land in which they fight. But coalition forces have a trump card. They know that high overhead, unheard and
0 7/14
2008
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif., -- Senior Airman Lindsey Ahonan of the 30th Civil Engineering Squadron detonates explosives to show local media news teams how a smaller controlled detonation appears here. (U.S. Air Force photo / Senior Airman Christopher Hubenthal) EOD flight saves lives ... one explosion at a time
We've all heard the old adage of fighting fire with fire, but the Airmen of Vandenberg's 30th Civil Engineer Squadron's explosive ordnance disposal flight take the concept to a whole new level. Armed with nerves of steel, advanced robots and copious amounts of explosives, these Airmen render safe explosives that could potentially threaten the lives
0 5/06
2008
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