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  • From streets to service, rapper changes his verse

    “It’s not easy growing up in the hood. In fact, most people are lucky to make it out alive.” For Staff Sgt. Stanley “Tyrone” Crawford, 460th Space Communications Squadron client systems technician, this quote from him defines his life all too well. Growing up in urban Cleveland, he spent his childhood surrounded by violent crimes and drugs. “My
  • Fit to fight, competition ready

    The military lifestyle typically makes fitness a priority, but in some cases, members make personal physical fitness an individual goal to better themselves. 1st Lt. Jamielynn, 2nd Space Warning Squadron deputy flight commander and space operations center commander, is one of those people.Hart combined her personal goal of participating in fitness
  • Base chapel programs help strengthen Valentine’s love year-round

    With the scent of Valentine’s Day in the air, it is easy to get caught up in either the bitterness or the romance the holiday tends to come with. No matter the occasion, relationships are in constant need of maintenance, and the Air Force is armed with resources to help Airmen keep those relationships happy and healthy. These resources are readily
  • Running down a dream

    The 2016 NATO Headquarters Allied Air Command Inter-Nation Sports Championships in Malbork, Poland, brought together athletes from six nations to represent their native country in a friendly, yet competitive environment.Representing the United States in the cross-country championships was Senior Airman Lacey Kap, 460th Operations Support Squadron
  • Aspiring artist takes first place award in 2016 Air Force Art Contest

    Could you imagine possessing the talent to take oil paint to a blank canvas and create a masterpiece extraordinary enough to win an Air Force level award? Staff Sgt. Matthew Knopf, 310th Aerospace Medical Flight health services management supervisor, received the award for most accomplished artist in the 2016 Air Force Art Contest. He was presented
  • Helping agencies do just that

    Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. is a small base when compared to others, however, the 460th Space Wing mission is essential to the overall Air Force mission. The backbone of this mission is made of the space operators in the 460th Operations Group.Working 12-hour shifts that actually culminate to around 14 hours to provide space-based missile warning
  • 460th Space Wing brings home top honors at “big game”

    The 460th Space Wing hosted the Super Bowl themed 2016 Annual Awards ceremony Feb. 3, at the fitness center on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo.The event recognized the significant achievements, work ethic and skills of the military members and civilians of the 460th Space Wing. The nominees were selected based on their outstanding accomplishments in
  • Buckley hosts lock-in for youth community

    The youth center hosted a quarterly winter lock-in for the youth of the Buckley military community Jan. 13-14, 2017, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo.The lock-in was an event which allowed Buckley youth to spend an entire night with their peers in a fun, safe and developmental environment. The event featured a dialog with Buckley law enforcement
  • Buckley opens state-of-the-art dental clinic, first time since WWII

    The 460th Medical Group hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Jan. 30, to celebrate the completion of the new dental clinic on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo.The clinic, built by Doyon Construction Group, will consist of 21 active-duty employees and will treat over 3,500 active-duty members.“It’s about ensuring that we have a ready force,” said Maj. Gen.
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