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Lt. Col. Alvin Scott, 460th Medical Support Squadron commander, briefs Brig. Gen. James Burks, Director, Manpower, Personnel, and Resources Corps Chief, Medical Service Corps, about the stance of the 460th Medical Group April 25, 2017, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. Burks toured the medical facilities on base and was briefed the status of each unit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jacob Deatherage/Released) Buckley medics engage with AFMS leader
Lt. Col. Alvin Scott, 460th Medical Support Squadron commander, briefs Brig. Gen. James Burks, Director, Manpower, Personnel, and Resources Corps Chief, Medical Service Corps, about the stance of the 460th Medical Group April 25, 2017, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. Burks toured the medical facilities on base and was briefed the status of each
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2nd Lt. Nicholas Shreve, 460th Comptroller Squadron financial services officer, holds a trifold flag on stage during a Kansas concert April 18, 2017, in Denver. For their Leftoverture 40th Anniversary Tour, Kansas performs “Section 60”, a song which pays respect and honor to fallen service members. Section 60 is a section of the Arlington Cemetery where many service members lost in Iraq and Afghanistan have been laid to rest. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Holden S. Faul/Released) Airman "Carries On" Kansas' tribute for fallen troops

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Team Buckley’s leadership team discusses future construction plans for the 6th Avenue Gate with George “Skip” Noe, Aurora city manager, April 19, 2017, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. When completed, the update to this gate will improve city traffic by redirecting commercial vehicles to a more accessible route. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman First Class Holden S. Faul/ Released) Buckley engages with local leaders
Leadership from the 460th Space Wing, 460th Security Forces Squadron, 460th Mission Support Group and 460th Force Support Squadron provided presentations to George “Skip” Noe, Aurora city manager; Nicholas Metz, Aurora chief of police; and Caine Hills, Aurora fire chief, on April 19 at Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. During the visit, each squadron
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen turn teens into StellarXplorers
Buckley Air Force Base Airmen volunteered to mentor two teams from a local high school for the Air Force Association’s StellarXplorers National High School Space Competition at the Space Foundation Discovery Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. StellarXplorers is a national-level competition for high school students to help familiarize themselves with
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Members of Team Buckley’s Diversity Council assist with the sorting and packing of boxes to be shipped to children for One Book 4 Colorado, March 29, 2017 at Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. One Book 4 Colorado is a collaboration with the lieutenant governor’s office to promote early literacy by providing 75,000 copies of the same book in English and Spanish to four-year-old children across the state. (Courtesy photo) Buckley Diversity Council supplies Books 4 Kids
Members of Buckley AFB Diversity Council participated in an event March 29 to show support of One Book 4 Colorado, which is an initiative to encourage early literacy for children. The event consisted of council members assisting with sorting and shipping almost 15,000 books and ‘reading advocacy’ goodie bags for preschoolers all across the Denver
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Danielle Wright, Colorado Military Youth of the Year, poses between Vincent Kurtz, 460th Force Support Squadron team coordinator, and Kaureen Whittaker, 460th FSS youth programs chief, March 28, 2017, at the National Youth of the Year Celebration in Denver. Youth of the Year is a national Boys & Girls Club program, and was established to recognize and honor the nation’s most inspirational teens. (Courtesy photo) Youth of the Year stands for her peers
On March 28th, Team Buckley’s own 17-year-old Danielle Wright competed in Denver and was titled the 2017 Colorado Military Youth of the Year and now represents all military children throughout the state.With the title still fresh, Wright has already decided how she’ll use this new platform.Being Youth of the Year, to me, is an opportunity to
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Company A, Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion and 460th Force Support Squadron Outdoor Recreation instructors from Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., pose for a photo near Beaver Meadows Resort Ranch April 2, 2017. The unit spent three days learning winter survival skills in cold-weather conditions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jacob Deatherage/Released) Marines hone their survival skills in cold-weather training
Company A, Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion stationed on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., ventured to the Rocky Mountains for winter survival training, aided by instructors from the 460th Force Support Squadron Outdoor Recreation.The intelligence company spent three days learning basic survival skills in mountainous, cold-weather
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Capt. (Dr.) Ryan Frank, 460th Medical Group Doctor of Osteopath, performs an exam on Airman 1st Class Devante Wise, 460th MDG aerospace medical technician, March 30, 2017 at the Buckley Clinic in Aurora, Colo. Frank is part of the team of physicians at the 460th MDG who are being shown appreciation for National Doctor’s Day observed annually on March 30. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jessica Huggins/released) Team Buckley says ‘thank you’ to our Doctors
National Doctor’s Day is observed annually on March 30, and shows appreciation to doctors for their contributions to wellness of society. Its first observance was in 1933, however it was not officially recognized until it was signed as a proclamation by former President George H. W. Bush in 1990. The doctors at the 460th Medical Group at Buckley
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Members of the Buckley Dental Clinic helped spread hygiene awareness to children throughout the month of February on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. These members visited the Child Development Centers and set up educational displays at the Base Exchange in support of National Children’s Dental Health Month. (Courtesy photo illustration) Buckley’s dental clinic spreads hygiene awareness to young minds
Members of Buckley’s dental clinic have a responsibility to their patients, but they decided to take that a step further by spreading dental health awareness to children on base. The first inaugural events for Buckley were inspired by National Children’s Dental Health Month, a nationwide public health event that occurs yearly in the dental
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Air Force Emergency Management specialists are trained for response and recovery operations anywhere in the world. These members develop plans for Air Force personnel to meet mission needs and minimize casualties in any disaster situation. (Courtesy photo) A better understanding of SIP, lockdown
When a disaster strikes, it’s crucial to know the appropriate procedure to remain safe. Unforeseeable situations could occur on base at any time, to include Chemical, Biological, Radiological or Nuclear attacks, natural disasters, Hazardous Materials such as toxic industrial chemicals, active shooters, and bomb threats. All of these incidents
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