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  • Leadership camp brings world-wide teens together for mentoring

    Buckley recently had the unique opportunity to host, for the first-time ever outside of Texas, a youth leadership camp for 33 teens from around the world June 27 – July 1.The camp focused on leadership building through team-based activities, such as wall climbing, canoeing, and zip-lining. The youth also engaged in classes that taught techniques
  • Buckley zeros in on violence with Green Dot

    Due to sexual assault issues, the Air Force has decided to implement Green Dot as a prevention. Green Dot training is scheduled to replace the annual Sexual Assault Prevention and Response training beginning this year on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo."We have a problem with sexual assault, sexual harassment, and personal relationship violence such
  • Buckley officer overcomes setback to make the team

    Air Force Academy graduate, 1st. Lt. Dymond James, 460th Operations Group staff instructor, recently went down to Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland, to compete for a position on the U.S. Air Force Women’s Basketball Team, and made it.
  • The 140th EOD maintains proficiency

    An ammunition box containing explosives is ready for detonation June 23, 2016, at the Airburst Range on Fort Carson, Colo. The 140th Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit practiced their craft at the range, using a 40-pound shape charge, C-4 explosives and detonating cord in order to maintain proficiency. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luke
  • Class 16-E graduates ALS

    Buckley Airman Leadership School Class 16-E stand together after their graduation June 23, 2016, at the Leadership Development Center on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. This graduation represents an important part of enlisted force professional military education, teaching valuable skills required for supervisors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st
  • Panther of the week: Senior Airman Matthew Greger

    Home Station and Unit: 2nd Space Warning Squadron at Buckley Air Force Base, ColoradoHometown: Staten Island, NYAir Force Specialty: 1C651, Space Systems OperatorTime in Service: 4 Years, 2 MonthsWhat he likes most about his job: Constantly being supported by extremely diverse peers able to work through dynamic situations. There is always something
  • New antenna brings enhanced capabilities to the battlefield

    The 460th Space Communications Squadron, Air Force Wideband Enterprise Terminals Program office, Tobyhanna Army Depot and Radome Services have been working together to replace an aging terminal or antenna on Buckley Air Force Base in order to increase capabilities and keep up with technological advances.
  • Buckley holds annual Snyder Ride, remembers Airman

    Team Buckley members gathered outside of the 460th Space Communications Squadron at the Senior Airman Michael S. Snyder memorial in order to honor his memory June 16 on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. Snyder, a member of the 460th SCS, was hit and killed by a drunk driver while riding his motorcycle off base in 2014.
  • Academy cadets get look at operational AF missions

    Cadet Alex Korskey, U.S. Air Force Academy, engages in an exercise active shooter scenario hosted by the 460th Security Forces Squadron during a mission briefing June 15, 2016, at Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. The cadets toured Buckley’s units and missions, while engaging with leaders of all ranks in order to gain a better understanding of an