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Christine Criswell, wife of Chief Master Sgt. Brendan I. Criswell, Command Chief Master Sergeant, Air Force Space Command, and Stacy Lindsey, wife of Chief Master Sgt. Rod Lindsey, 460th Space Wing command chief, speak to students at Edna and John W. Mosley P-8 School Nov. 9, 2017, in Aurora, Colo. Criswell's visit BAFB
Christine Criswell, wife of Chief Master Sgt. Brendan I. Criswell, Command Chief Master Sergeant, Air Force Space Command, and Stacy Lindsey, wife of Chief Master Sgt. Rod Lindsey, 460th Space Wing command chief, speak to students at Edna and John W. Mosley P-8 School Nov. 9, 2017, in Aurora, Colo. Mrs. Criswell, Chief Lindsey, and his wife,
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Fighting fatigue propels mission forward
The main mission at Buckley Air Force Base is to provide the nation and our allies with space based missile warning capabilities. This mission is critical to the security of our nation and others around the world. Airmen performing the duties of missile warning need to be focused at all times to ensure the safety of our citizens and those around
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Thunder, Denver Bronco’s live mascot, runs onto the field during halftime while Ann Judge, Thunder’s trainer, holds a Salute to Service flag Nov. 12, 2017, at Sports Authority Stadium at Mile High in Denver. Team Buckley attends Broncos’ Salute to Service game

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Buckley Douglas County Library holds Veteran's Day Celebration

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2017
Buckley 2017 Veteran's Day Retreat

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A deicer truck deices the Air Force Two on the flightline Oct. 27, 2017, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. The truck was transported to Buckley from the 21st Logistics Readiness Squadron on Peterson AFB. (Courtesy photo) AFSPC brings the heat
During a recent visit to the Denver-Metro area, Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson utilized the Buckley Air Force Base flightline for the security and safety of Air Force Two. This visit allowed Team Buckley to demonstrate their ability to solve a problem through total force coordination. Due to a forecasted
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Col. Rob Riegel, 460th Space Wing vice commander, Kristin Thomasgard-Spence, Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration program director, Mary Jane Brady, 460th Civil Engineer Squadron installation community planner, Lynne Neuman, Air Force Civil Engineer Center and Jeannette Russo, 460th CES, stand together with a folded flag Oct. 26, 2017, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. The group was participating in a tour of the base for REPI, a program that protects the military’s mission by preventing, removing and mitigating restrictions to military installations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jake Deatherage/Released) REPI sustains mission through community partnerships
Starting in the late 1990s, the Department of Defense became increasingly concerned about encroachment of military installations. This eventually led to the Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration program, which links conservation, communities, and national defense. The REPI program protects military installations like Buckley Air Force
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2017
Tech Sgt. Travis Jackson and Staff Sgt. Daniel Johnson, Buckley Air Force Base Airman Leadership School instructors, pose for a photo in the Airmen Center for Excellence hallway Oct. 24, 2017, on Buckley AFB, Colo. Buckley AFB’s Airman Leadership School is expanding its capabilities in order to better support Team Buckley. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Katrina M. Brisbin/Released) Buckley AFB ALS creates history
Change. It’s an inevitable force for most but a way of life for the military. One shop at Buckley Air Force Base is going through a major change in a short amount of time.Buckley AFB’s Airman Leadership School is expanding its capabilities in order to better support Team Buckley. Until just a few short months ago, the schoolhouse was only able to
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Each team was each given six weeks to build a robot from the same provided materials. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Holden S. Faul/ Released) Buckley awards winners of BEST robots

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Buckley Buckley spouses receive opportunity to advance careers
    Imagine being afforded an opportunity to pursue a career free of charge. For three Buckley Air Force Base spouses, this opportunity has become a reality.     Trieu Hai-Wen Do, Tateng Yang, and Justin Hufstetler are spouses from Buckley AFB that have been given the opportunity to attend Pickens Technical College in Aurora to complete their
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