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Default Air Force Logo Team Buckley February promotees
Congratulations to Team Buckley's February promotees. These individuals sew on Feb. 1, unless otherwise noted.2nd Space Warning SquadronStaff Sgt. Patrick 460th Civil Engineer SquadronSenior Airman Raymond Gonzales (Feb. 15)460th Comptroller SquadronSenior Airman Lyudmila Islyamova (Feb. 24)460th Contracting SquadronMaster Sgt. Christopher
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SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Tech. Sgt. Anthony Handy is the NCO in charge of operations training for the 460th Operations Group, Detachment 1. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) SBIRS Instructor Profile: Tech. Sgt. Anthony
How long have you been in the Air Force and in the space career field? Also, how long have you been with the 460th Space Wing?A. I've been in the Air Force for more than 17 years and in space for 13. I have been in the 460th Space Wing since it started back in August 2004.Q. How do you feel about being an instructor for the SBIRS course?A. I am
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Default Air Force Logo DoD personnel prepare for SnoFest
The Front Range Services Divisions will put on the 16th Annual SnoFest Jan. 26 through 28 at Keystone Resort, Colo. All Department of Defense personnel can take advantage of the winter celebration, and Air Force Space Command Commander Gen. Kevin Chilton has designated Jan. 26 as a family day for military members and a liberal leave day for
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Ms. Denice Macmillan hails from Wiesbaden, Germany and is a maintenance mechanic and structures work leader for the 460th Civil Engineer Squadron. Ms. Denice MacMillan, 460th Civili Engineer Squadron
Ms. Denice Macmillan from the 460th Civil Engineer Squadron is Team Buckley's Star Performer for the week of Jan. 19 - 25. Time in Service: 31 years. Four years military, 27 years as a civilian Duty Title: Maintenance mechanic and structures work leader Hometown: Wiesbäden, Germany Hobbies: Baking, gardening, repairing appliances, small engines and
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Default Air Force Logo Buckley’s economic impact increases $18 million
The base's economic impact to the City of Aurora and the surrounding community increased by $18 million last year and remains above the $1 billion mark for the third year in a row. According to the 460th Comptroller Squadron, Buckley's impact for fiscal year 2006 is at $1,090,906,789. The fiscal year ran from Oct. 1, 2005 to Sept. 30, 2006.
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Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Richard T. Molnar from Company A, Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion is Team Buckley's Star Performer for the week of Jan. 12 - 18. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Richard, Company A, Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion
Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Richard from Company A, Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion is Team Buckley's Star Performer for the week of Jan. 12 - 18.Time in Service: Seven years, 11 monthsDuty Title: Military Operational Electronic Intelligence Signals Analyst Program Intern StudentHometown: Lordstown, OhioHobbies: Playing any sports, and watching
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Lockheed Martin's Space Based Infrared Systems team extensively tested the Highly Elliptical Orbit-1 payload at Northrop Grumman's Azusa, Calif., facility prior to launch. The HEO payload will scan a larger region than the current system for ballistic missile launches. Training will begin Jan. 12 and 16 at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo., for future SBIRS crews. (Lockheed Martin photo/Russ Underwood) SBIRS instructors hold keys to ground floor of new payload
Future Space Based Infrared System crews will get in on the ground level of Air Force Space Command's most advanced payload when they begin training at the 460th Operations Group's Detachment 1 on Jan. 12.Training on SBIRS' newest satellite will give students a historic chance to involve themselves with a new mission at the ground level, said Capt.
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Staff Sgt Cristina Kavanagh and 1st Lt. Tanya Frazier provide space-based theater ballistic warning to U.S. forces in the Southwest Asia theater from the Combat Operations Space Cell inside the Combined Air Operations Center. They also run Global Positioning Satellite predictions to ensure GPS accuracy and support combat search and rescue missions when necessary via space support. Sergeant Kavanagh is a space duty technician from Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., and Lieutenant Frazier is a space duty officer from F.E. Warren AFB, Wyo. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Scott Wagers) Space shapes today's front lines
Its existence is only acknowledged by its absence. It doesn't attract attention, yet it changes our behavior. It is there without asking; thus it is often taken for granted. Theater space operators put the power of space at the fingertips of warfighters. "We are combat integrators," said Maj. Troy Endicott of the Combined Air Operations Center
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This week's Star Performer, Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Fontenot, hails from Eurika, Calif., and works in the 460th Military Equal Opportunity Office. Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Fontenot, 460th Military Equal Oportunity Office
Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Fontenot, from the 460th Military Equal Opportunity Office, is Team Buckley's Star Performer for the week of Dec. 29 through Jan. 4.Time in Service: Seven years Duty Title: Military Equal Opportunity Advisor Hometown: Eureka, Calif. Hobbies: Anything outdoors, such as the beach, park, hiking etc. And, I love playing with my
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BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Tech. Sgt. Yolanda Becker, 460th Medical Group, was STEP promoted from staff sergeant Dec. 15 by Col. David Ziegler, 460th Space Wing commander. One of Buckley's finest gets STEPed
A member of the 460th Medical Group was promoted to technical sergeant here on Dec. 15 under the Stripes for Exceptional Performers Program. Tech. Sgt. Yolanda Becker, Bioenvironmental Engineering Branch noncommissioned officer in charge, was presented with her new stripes by Col. David Ziegler, 460th Space Wing commander, Col. Danny Seanger, 460th
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