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  • Guard Educators' Symposium enlightens Denver teacher, administrators

    The Colorado Air National Guard recently held an Educators' Symposium here to inform local area educators about the military way of life and what they have to offer anyone that is interested in joining. "Our aim was to raise the level of awareness about who the (Guard) is, what we do, and what makes us as an organization, so unique and valuable,"
  • Buckley judge advocate wins Air Force award

    Many Team Buckley members have long known that Mr. Brad Buchanan is a great source of legal advice on a broad spectrum of subjects ranging from labor and fiscal law to environmental issues and legal assistance. Now, the rest of the Air Force finally knows as well. Mr. Buchanan was recently awarded the James O. Wrightson, Jr. Award as the United
  • Colorado Guard members judge international air meet in Jordan

    It's not every day one gets to meet a prince, but that's what 12 Colorado National Guard Airmen did in May. The 12 traveled to Jordan for three weeks for the first-ever Falcon Air Meet. The F-16 competition was inspired by Prince Feisal Bin Al Hussein, special assistant to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Jordanian Armed Forces, and
  • Colorado Air Guard unveils F-16 paint scheme marking

    The Colorado Air National Guard marked the 50th anniversary of the Minute Men aerial demonstration team Tuesday with the unveiling of an F-16 painted to resemble the team's F-86 paint scheme. The Minute Men is the only Air National Guard aerial demonstration team to receive federal recognition. While the team began performing in 1947, the federal
  • Wing command chief retires

    At a time when most junior enlisted and junior officers were first opening their eyes, one illustrious man was walking into the Air Force recruiter's office. On July 31, 1978, then-civilian-Mr. Rene Simard, raised his hand and made an oath to "support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and
  • NCO captures National Security Agency award

    One of the 566th Information Operations Squadron's noncommissioned officers was named the National Security Agency and Central Security Service Military Performer of the Year for 2005.Staff Sgt. Jared, a reporting and guidance coordinator, beat out members from all military branches to capture the award."I feel very honored to even be nominated for
  • Buckley members rescue man after car accident

    Three members of the 460th Security Forces Squadron helped rescue a man from his burning automobile June 28 after an accident at the corner of Iliff Avenue and Chambers Road. At about 11:30 p.m., Senior Airman David Underwood, Staff Sgt. James Renfro and Tech. Sgt. Brian Noethlich witnessed a large, speeding truck colliding with a smaller truck,
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