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Hailey, a Buckley Youth, practices forensic skills with Special Agent Kristian, 12th Field Investigations Squadron, on “Bring Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” April 27, 2017, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. “Bring Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” is a nationally recognized day where parents bring their children to their work for a day.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jacob Deatherage/Released) Military youth discover parent’s investigator, operator duties
Children, parents and friends participated in the national “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” April 27, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” is a nationwide educational program where parents bring their children to their work-centers for a day to explain, or teach what they do.The Air Force Office of
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SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Senior Airman Hannah Nguyen and Capt. Cuyler Gembol, 6th Space Operations Squadron, monitor satellite activity during a Continuity of Operations training event with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Monday, Apr. 24th, 2017. 6 SOPS provides backup to NOAA, the main operators of the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) satellites, in the event that NOAA's systems become inoperable. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Laura Turner) 6 SOPS flies the COOP
Once a year, members from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) travel from Suitland, Maryland, to Schriever AFB to work side-by-side with the 6th Space Operations Squadron for Continuity of Operations (COOP) training. 6 SOPS, a Reserve squadron and part of the 310th Space Wing on Schriever, specializes in operating the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program satellites.
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SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- A handpainted sign welcomes 310th Operations Support Squadron members to an art therapy class hosted by Kim le Nguyen at the Bemis School of Art in Colorado Springs on Friday, Apr. 21st, 2017. Nguyen teaches a Military Artistic Healing program at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, using all forms of art to encourage healing among military members and their families.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Laura Turner) Military members heal through artistic expression
Kim Le Nguyen, an art therapist at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, offers artistic healing courses to Veterans at the Bemis School of Art for no charge. She teaches techniques using creative exercise and therapeutic processes to inspire creative skills and inspire self-expression and healing. The course also includes a tour of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center's galleries to provide inspiration for those attending.
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SCHREIVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Lt. Col. Jerade Tipton, 310th Space Wing Inspector General Complaints Resolution Management, keeps a magnifying glass on his desk as a reminder to be thorough during each investigation, shown Tuesday, Apr. 18th, 2017. A magnifying glass can also be found on the IG badge, a symbol to identify Inspectors General who have legal authority to audit, investigate, and inquire into all activities of the forces they inspect. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Laura Turner) 310 SW/IG team takes home 2016 John P. Flynn award
This award recognizes an outstanding IG Complaints Resolution Program (CRP) office that best embodies the six fundamental characteristics of Lt. Gen. Flynn’s leadership model: integrity, justice, compassion, loyalty, courage and spirit.
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SCHREIVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Southeastern Colorado's American Red Cross members hand safety vests out to 310th Space Wing volunteers who installed fire alarms for local families during a Home Fire Campaign event on Saturday, Apr. 15th, 2017. The Red Cross responds to approximately 64,000 disasters each year with the vast majority being home fires, resulting in a goal to reduce fire-related deaths and injuries. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Laura Turner) 310th Citizen Airmen volunteer to serve community
SCHREIVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Southeastern Colorado's American Red Cross members hand safety vests out to 310th Space Wing volunteers who installed fire alarms for local families during a Home Fire Campaign event on Saturday, Apr. 15th, 2017. The Red Cross responds to approximately 64,000 disasters each year with the vast majority being home
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SCHREIVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Senior Airman Jacob Berryman, 10th Security Forces Squadron, stands guard while keeping a lookout for cadre acting as insurgents during the 2017 Reduced Combat Leaders Course held at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado on Friday, Apr. 7th, 2017. The course provides seven days of classroom and field training exercises that focus on developing combat leadership skills of junior non-commissioned officers and company grade officers in the Security Forces career field. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Laura Turner) Security Forces Airmen learn essential combat leadership
Nestled in the mountains of the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., sits a cluster of hard-shell buildings known as FERL City. It carries the scent of a typical combat environment; dust, musty military cots, sweaty boots and the lingering aroma of hot chow. The crunch of combat boots on rocks can be heard across the compound as Airmen move swiftly from one building to the next, their rifles on their shoulders and combat gear in place.
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Default Air Force Logo History Quiz – Week of April 13
This week’s question: What was the first jet fighter operated by crews of the 50th Fighter (now Operations) Group?
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Mt. Everest (Courtesy Photo) Mt. Everest one rung at a time
You are climbing to a peak. It is forever away from you, yet still you climb. Oxygen escapes you, as you chase it. Fatigue embraces you, you ignore it. You are not climbing a mountain, you are climbing a never-ending ladder; your goal being 29,029 feet, the same height as Mt. Everest.
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SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- 310th Bombardment Group alumni member, Lt. Ernest "Ernie" George LaCroix, Jr., is applauded after receiving a token of appreciation from Col. Traci Kueker-Murphy, 310th Space Wing commander, at the wing's 19th Annual Awards Banquet Saturday, Apr. 1st, 2017. The 310th Space Wing boasts a proud heritage that ties back to the Doolittle Raiders, who were members of the 310th Bombardment Group. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Laura Turner) 310th Space Wing honors heritage at 19th Annual Awards Banquet
Members of the 310th Space Wing, joined by their family and friends, came together to celebrate the 2016 Annual Award nominees Saturday evening at the Antlers Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs.
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For Airmen who want to continue serving their country, but can no longer commit to a monthly or annual schedule, the Civil Air Patrol Reserve Assistance Program may be their next career move. CAPRAP Airmen are the primary link between the Air Force and CAP and support the program by conducting unit and equipment inspections and operational evaluations, instructing at cadet encampments, and providing general oversight to squadrons within their region. Flexible reserve opportunities supporting Air Force auxiliary
For Airmen who want to continue serving their country, but can no longer commit to a monthly or annual schedule, the Civil Air Patrol Reserve Assistance Program may be their next career move.The program, CAPRAP for short, utilizes officer and enlisted Reserve Airmen as liaisons between local CAP squadrons and the Air Force. The program is operated
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