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  • 460th Medical Group kicks off Massing the Medics consolidation

    On April 26, 2018, the 460th Medical Group will open its new MDG South facility on Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado. This move is part of the Massing the Medics initiative, where all medical services will be moved onto base from off-site locations for the first time since 1946. "This is the hub where we’ll provide medical support for base
  • ADAPT focuses on National Alcohol Awareness Month

    Alcohol Awareness Month was established in 1987 to help reduce the stigma often associated with alcoholism. Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive disease and can be fatal if not treated. Regardless of the hardships alcoholism brings, people can and do recover. In fact, nearly 20 million individuals are living normal lives right now from
  • Pieces of Buckley: Pest Management

    When serving in the Air Force, or military in general, “one team, one fight” is a common phrase used to highlight the importance of each person’s contribution to the overall success of the mission. When considering careers available in the Air Force to maintain mission excellence, one career is often overlooked. Pest management plays a vital role
  • Retired General Kehler speaks at 460 Operations Group awards ceremony

    The 460th Operations Group, Buckley Air Force base, Colorado, celebrated the inaugural presentation of the General C. Robert Kehler awards, March 20th, 2018. (Ret.) General C. Robert Kehler, former United States Strategic Command commander, was the guest speaker for the event.
  • Team Buckley inducts honorary commanders

    Team Buckley gathered at the Air Reserve Personnel Center April 3, 2018 on Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado to welcome its new honorary commanders.The Buckley AFB Honorary Commander Program’s purpose is to identify common interests between civilian and military life. The program aims to support community efforts and to work together to solve mutual
  • Buckley Airman Leadership School breaks service barriers

    In a room full of Airmen, a soldier stood out, with a wide smile and an eagerness to learn. The first day of Airman Leadership School class 18-C began February 16th, and for the first time ever, the class consisted of not just Airmen, but a Soldier. Cpl. James R. Wrick, a 743rd Military Intelligence Battalion signals analyst, was hand selected to
  • Team Buckley commits to Nutrition Month, keeping Airmen healthy

    March is recognized as National Nutrition Month, an annual campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. According to EatRight.org, this year’s campaign focus is on making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Buckley Air Force Base aids both these focuses. If that isn’t convenient enough,