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  • Team Buckley celebrates Diversity Day

    Team Buckley celebrated diversity in their annual Diversity Day and Inclusion at Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., September 26, 2019. Over 13 different cultures were represented at the event with booths set up to inform participants on their culture.
  • A smoother transition; the Allied Family Integration Program.

    Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado, is home to not only members from every U.S. military branch, but military members and government employees from other countries. The 460th Space Wing, known as America’s Missile Warning Wing, hosts members from New Zealand, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom to assist in Buckley AFB’s central
  • Team Buckley celebrates 2019 Air Force Ball

    Team Buckley members gathered Sept. 14, 2019 at the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum in Denver. This gathering was for the 2019 Air Force Ball, which was a celebration of the U.S. Air Force's 72nd birthday. Check out the rest of the photos on our Facebook page!
  • Impact of 9/11 remains in youth today

    When we think of those affected by the events that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001, we typically think of the generation who were already adults. The truth is the events from that day will forever shake the generations to come. “I lived in a small town in Texas at the time, and I just remember being scared,” said Airman 1st Class Whitney Hagood, 460th Force Support Squadron customer service technician. “I could not fathom why airplanes were flying into buildings; I could not understand why thousands of people were dying, and the thing I couldn’t understand the most is why someone would do that sort of thing.”
  • Buckley AFB showcases readiness with mass-deployment exercise

    For the first time in nearly a decade, the 460th Space Wing held a Phase I, mass deployment exercise, at Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado, beginning July 29, 2019. The focus of the exercise was to demonstrate and validate the wing’s capability to deploy mass numbers of service members with minimal notification, while learning what aspects of the
  • First-ever National Night Out at Buckley

    The 460th Security Forces Squadron hosted Buckley's first-ever National Night Out, at Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., Aug. 5, 2019. Buckley’s first responders took a break from fighting crime and came out to the event to bring the community together. Face Painting, a dunk tank, a corn hole contest and a trampoline for children were offered to Team
  • Team Buckley hosts Military Retiree Appreciation Day

    Team Buckley hosted Military Retiree Appreciation Day on July 27, 2019, at the Leadership Development Center here. Veterans of Aurora gathered to share stories, eat food and to meet with supporting organizations directly for any questions they might have about benefits or otherwise. Congressman Jason Crow, Representative of the 6th District of Colorado, began the ceremony with opening remarks.
  • Team Buckley attends annual FunFest

    Team Buckley attended the annual FunFest hosted by the 460th Force Support Squadron at Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., July 25, 2019. Fun Fest highlights spending time with family and friends with free events and entertainment. Service members and families were provided with free food, music, and over 50 different activities and games to enjoy.
  • Team Buckley attends Dare to Play football event

    Thunder bellowed from the bleachers as, one by one, each player entered the stadium. The field, lined every few yards with white, painted numbers, was moments from seeing a game played by extraordinary people from all over the country. Filled with families and local community members, the cause joining those in attendance were the stars of the day: children with Down syndrome. Hosted by the Global Down Syndrome Foundation and its co-sponsors Ed and Christian McCaffrey, National Football League stars, this year marked the 10th annual Dare to Play game in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.