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  • SMF Industry Day enlightens local leaders

    Business leaders from the Colorado Springs area visited the only Reserve space wing in the Air Force on Tuesday to attend the 310th Space Wing’s Space Mission Force Industry Day. The object of the meeting was for 310th leadership to inform local employers on how the Reserve mission will affect Citizen Airmen currently working for their companies in a civilian capacity.
  • D&TF trainee named Top BMT Graduate

    On Friday of each week, families pack into the hot stands on the parade field at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, to watch hundreds of brand new Airmen march their way from Basic Military Training into the operational Air Force. Of the hundreds, a select few are chosen as Honor Graduates, while only one is selected as Top BMT Graduate based on their
  • Base picnic brings families together

    SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Hailey Hunt, daughter of Master Sgt. Aaron Hunt, 310th Space Wing, gets a unicorn painted on her face at Schriever's 2017 Summer Slam Picnic on Friday, July 21, 2017. This years picnic offered an array of activities to Airmen and their families, including elephant rides, knockerballs and a rock wall. (U.S. Air
  • AFSPC Command Chief visits 310th Space Wing

    SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Command Chief Master Sgt. Brendan Criswell and Individual Mobilization Augmentee Chief Master Sgt. James Burmeister, Air Force Space Command, accompany Command Chief Master Sgt. Todd Scott, 310th Space Wing, in leading a panel for enlisted personnel during the June Unit Training Assembly on Sunday, June 4th, 2017.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Citizen Airmen assist in global communication

    Fifteen years ago, a permanent change of station for Airmen meant having an in-depth travel plan. Paper road maps, phone calls to hotels and communicating with leadership before their travels were just a few of the necessary steps. There was no GPS, or ways to send email while on the road.
  • Delayed Enlistment Program prepares trainees for BMT

    Training Airmen to embrace a superior standard of force readiness plays a big part in the overall success of the Air Force. For members of the United States Air Force Reserve, that training begins before they even step foot onto the training grounds of Lackland Air Force Base. Reserve recruits begin their military experience with the Delayed Enlistment Program, a program designed to give future Airmen the skills and confidence they need to be successful.
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