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Josh Mills, quarterback for the 566th Information Operations Squadron's intramural flag football team, smacks into 460th Operation Supports Squadron's Jason Banda during a game Tuesday afternoon. 460th OSS won, 6-0. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jacque Lickteig) 460th OSS inches by 566th IOS, 6-0
The defending champs, the 460th Operations Support Squadron/2nd Space Warning System intramural flag football team, hushed the 566th Information Operations Squadron team, 6-0, on the new football field Tuesday afternoon, even after losing center Steven Dakus to a shoulder injury during the game. The teams held each other back defensively most of
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Buckley Clinic launches cyberspace initiatives - part 2
Last week the clinic informed Buckley Air Force Base of the latest Cyberspace launch by the 460th Medical Group. The first of these initiatives is the Air Force Web Health Assessment tool. This online tool will provide military members the ability to complete their Physical Health Assessment form online. Military members preparing for deployment or
0 9/29
2006
Default Air Force Logo Buckley prepares for snowfall, closures
Winter is on its way, and Buckley AFB is prepared to take on the snowfalls. The 460th Civil Engineer Squadron maintains a 24/7 snow removal capability, said Tech. Sgt. Michael Hottes, noncommissioned officer in charge of 460th CES Pavements and Equipment. The squadron has three snow removal crews that rotate day and night when needed to get snow
0 9/29
2006
John Lingrel, 460th Contracting Squadron (U.S. Air Force photo by John Spann) John Lingrel, 460th Contracting Squadron
John Lingrel, from the 460th Contracting Squadron, is Team Buckley's Star Performer for the week of Sept. 22-Sept 28.Time in Service: Three years civilian and four years active duty Duty Title: Contract specialist Hometown: Air Force brat. The longest stay in one place was Waynesboro, Penn. Hobbies: Golfing and skiing How do your day-to-day duties
0 9/22
2006
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- From left to right Team Aim High's members include Maj. Jimmy Mindoro, 8th Space Warning Squadron; Maj. Rob Kittell, 2nd Space Warning Squadron; Capt. Rich Shertzer, U.S. Air Force Academy; Lt. Col. Bill Brogan, Aerospace Data Facility; Maj. Mark Gruenewald, 8th SWS; Airman 1st Class Dan Kendell, 8th SWS; retired Lt. Col. Tom Lash, ADF; and retired Lt. Col. Walt Andress, ADF.  It is a tradition to dip one's back bicycle tire in the Missouri River at the start of the ride and to dip the front bicycle tire in the Mississippi River. (Courtesy photo) Team Buckley members ride across Iowa
RAGBRAI, pronounced "rag-bri," is an acronym for the Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa.For the past 12 years, Team Aim High, a group of Air Force cyclists from Buckley Air Force Base have been participating in RAGBRAI."RAGBRAI is a massive cross-state bicycle ride across the perceived flat state of Iowa," said Maj. Mark, a four-time
0 9/21
2006
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- David Kanefsky and Sean Beagle, mini triathlon contestants, cross the finish line in Saturday's event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jacque Lickteig) Twenty six compete in mini triathlon Saturday
Twenty-six individuals and four teams participated in the fitness center's mini triathlon Saturday. They raced by swimming 300 yards, biking 12 miles and running three miles. Women raced in three age categories, and men raced in four. They also gave awards to fastest swim, fastest run and fastest bike. The results are as follows: Male Fastest Swim
0 9/21
2006
Default Air Force Logo Buckley Clinic launches cyberspace initiatives
The Buckley Air Force Base Clinic is undergoing external and internal preparations to enhance the service it provides. These changes will direct the clinic's flight path to a more efficient operation with the launching of two initiatives directed by the Air Force Medical Service and several Buckley Clinic initiatives. The first cyberspace
0 9/21
2006
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Staff Sgt. Michael Cetin, Tech. Sgt. Stephen Miller, Staff Sgt. Jonathan Sergi, Master Sgt. Paul Stephens and Tech. Sgt. Kenneth Sheldon, all from the 566th Information Operations Squadron, pose for a picture after laying 480 rolls of sod to help Gayla Romanowsky, a deployed member's spouse. Jessie Smith (not pictured) also helped with the project. (Courtesy photo) Shakin' grass: 566th IOS members finish deployed spouse's yard
Five 566th Information Operations Squadron members and a friend got down and dirty Saturday to help a deployed member's spouse.Master Sgt. Paul, Tech. Sgts. Kenneth and Stephen, Staff Sgts. Jonathan and Micheal, and civilian Jessie Smith, labored six hours to lay sod and finish more than half of Gayla Romanowsky's 5,000 square foot backyard."Now my
0 9/21
2006
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Army Spc. Matthew Mendoza and three other Soldiers stand watch during a POW-MIA vigil in front of the 460th Space Wing headquarters building Sept. 15. More than 130 Team Buckley members from all services took turns standing vigil in four-person teams for 15 minutes throughout the day to pay tribute on National POW/MIA Recognition Day. All of the Soldiers are from the 743rd Military Intelligence Battalion here. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Christian Vargo) You are not forgotten

0 9/18
2006
BUCKELY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Colorado National Guard members train on a Boy Scout who volunteered to be a part of the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear or High-Yield Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package, or CERFP, training that was held the week of Aug. 28 here. This volunteer program was set up when Colorado's CERFP realized that during disasters people who wanted to volunteer their help did not have the proper training. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jessi Stone)                               Colorado National Guard trains for natural disasters
From behind the glass doors they could hear the moans as they tested the entry for safety. The wounded were pleading for them, crying out in pain to their rescuers in gray plastic suits and face obscuring masks. As they opened the door, they set to work quickly, evaluating the wounded and loading them onto yellow sleds to be whisked to medical
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2006
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