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Lt. Col. Joshua Brooks, 3rd Space Operations Squadron commander, speaks to attendees during the “Shocking truth of seeking help: I went to mental health” class for Wingman Day at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Thursday, May 4, 2017. Brooks shared his personal experiences going to see mental health, and voiced his support for all Schriever Airmen to do the same if they feel it will help them in their lives. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class William Tracy) Seeking help without fear
Deep seated in the military mindset is a stigma – a major misconception – that seeking mental health services can have an automatic detrimental effect on one’s career.
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Air Force Reservists from the 310th Operations Support Squadron receive instructions before heading out to re-seed and mulch fire-scarred land May 9, 2014 at the Flying W Ranch in Colorado Springs, Colo. The 310 OSS members were joined by other members of the local community and the entire sophomore class from Pueblo High School to help repair the environment and support the community after the loss and destruction of the Waldo Canyon fire June 26, 2012.
(U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Jeffrey Heredia) Reservists committed to restoring local landmark's glory
Air Force Reservists recently took time off from flying satellites and got down to grass roots to help a local community landmark restore its former glory. Members of the 310th Operations Support Squadron stepped up to the challenge of helping the fire destroyed Flying W Ranch re-seed and mulch a large portion of its land May 9, 2014.The Flying W
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Air Force Reserve Senior Airman Victoria Jenks, 310th Operations Group, shows off her sculpted body prior to bodybuilding competition Aug. 23 in Loveland, Colo. Jenks has been involved with bodybuilding for almost a year, and has already taken top honors at both the GNC Southern Colorado Natural Bodybuilding/Figure/Bikini & Armed Forces Championship in Colorado Springs, Colo., and at the NPC Armburst Pro Gym Warrior Classic in Loveland. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Stephen J. Collier) Love of bodybuilding pushes Reserve Space Airman to reach new heights
Physical fitness. For Airmen, it's a subject discussed around the workplace, water coolers, and wingtips of aircraft across the globe, sometimes with excitement, and for others, grunts. But for Air Force Reserve Senior Airman Victoria Jenks, it's a constant moving target, forcing her to push herself more and more.That's what it's like to adopt
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Air Force Reserve Tech. Sgt. David Hodge volunteers extensively with several organizations, to include the Teller County Search and Rescue located in Colorado's Teller County. Hodge, 6th Space Operations Squadron Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of standardization and evaluation, uses his amateur radio skills to support emergency responders during times of emergencies. The 6th SOPS is a subordinate unit to the AF Reserve's 310th Space Wing, the nation's only Reserve space wing. (Courtesy photo/Tech. Sgt. David Hodge) 'Talking the talk': AF Reservist's amateur radio skills lynch pin for Pikes Peak emergency responders
He flips the switch on his radio, dialing into a local emergency channel - and listens in. Focused, he concentrates, listening for the slight crackle of radio traffic.With just dead air floating through the invisible radio waves, he leans into the microphone, pressing down on the mic's element, and talks to the world: "KØDRJ, this is KCØYCQ --
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U.S. Air Force Col. Traci L. Kueker-Murphy, 310th Operations Group commander, hands the 379th Space Range Squadron guidon to U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Clifton D. Stargardt in Colorado Springs, Colo., Mar. 3, 2013. Stargardt assumed command during the official activation ceremony of the 379 SRS. 
(U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nicholas B. Ontiveros/Released) 379th is now official
The 379th Space Range Squadron had its official activation ceremony in Colorado Springs, Colo., Mar. 3, 2013.The 379 SRS was officially activated by special order from the Secretary of the Air Force on Apr. 1, 2012. This was requested by the active duty Air Force to have an Air Force Reserve squadron support the 25th Space Range Squadron.The 379
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U.S. Air Force Col. Jeffrey T. Mineo and U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Abram Archuleta, the youngest Airman in the 310th Space Wing, celebrate the Air Force's birthday, as well as the anniversaries of Air Force Space Command and the 310th Space Wing, with a cake cutting ceremony on Schriever Air Force Base, Colo., Sept. 8. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nicholas B. Ontiveros/Released) 310th Space Wing honors history, heritage
The commander of the 310th Space Wing hosted a cake-cutting ceremony at the Satellite Dish dining facility Saturday in celebration of the Air Force's birthday as well as the anniversaries of Air Force Space Command and the 310 SW. In his opening remarks, Col. Jeffrey Mineo highlighted significant milestones related to each organization's history
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Default Air Force Logo Voting Assistance Program Updates
The general election is 90 days away. To register, request a ballot, and vote absentee go to www.FVAP.gov to complete your Federal Post Card Application (FPCA). It takes less than 10 minutes to complete using the online registration and absentee ballot assistant. This year there is a lot at stake in the upcoming general election. According to Pam
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Hispanic American Heritage Month Poster Diversity brings strength to Total Force
Diversity brings strength to Total ForceBy Maj. Darin J. DurandEqual Opportunity Program DirectorBeginning Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, 2012, Department of Defense components worldwide are encouraged to recognize the many contributions of Hispanic Americans to the nation by supporting appropriate ceremonies and activities. The theme for this year's
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Using an agitation stick and a soft sleeve, Tech. Sgt. Jesse Tames tests the aggression level of a dog “trainee”. Sergeant Tames, a member of the 310th Space Wing Security Forces Squadron, works as a behavioral consultant for law enforcement agencies throughout Colorado. (Courtesy Photo). 
His Weekends are for the Dogs
Most Reservists spend their non-UTA weekends relaxing, catching up on chores around the house, shopping, or finding a million other ways to enjoy their time off. Not Tech. Sgt. Jesse Tames of the 310th Security Forces Squadron. He acts as a behavioral consultant to law enforcement agencies throughout the state to determine whether a dog has the
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Default Air Force Logo First Reserve space control squadron protects satellite links
A recent edition of the Air Force Times cited Central Command's increasing demand for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, such as the Predator and Global Hawk, to maintain operations tempo in its area of responsibility. Increasing patrol orbits will require more than just qualified pilots and senior operators, it will also
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