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  • 460th Space Wing welcomes new commander

    BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- The 460th Space Wing welcomed new leadership during a change of command ceremony May 3, 2019, here.
  • Buckley AFB ALS creates history

    Change. It’s an inevitable force for most but a way of life for the military. One shop at Buckley Air Force Base is going through a major change in a short amount of time.Buckley AFB’s Airman Leadership School is expanding its capabilities in order to better support Team Buckley. Until just a few short months ago, the schoolhouse was only able to
  • Fourteenth Air Force commander unveils new intent, strategic plan

    Early on in his second year as Commander, 14th Air Force (Air Forces Strategic), Air Force Space Command; and Commander, Joint Functional Component Command for Space, U.S. Strategic Command, Lt. Gen. David Buck issued an updated Commander’s Strategic Intent and Strategic Plan.The documents provide the commander’s guidance and intent for how 14th AF
  • A Story of Progress--Building a Better Buckley AFB Together

    I'm truly encouraged by the great feedback I've been getting on the progress around the BAFB installation.  However, the significant improvements you're seeing now and the even better ones coming in the near future are only possible because we have truly outstanding Airmen and true leaders, regardless of rank, who are turning our goals into reality
  • Indecision is a decision

    I think we have all experienced the uncomfortable effects of indecision in our lives. A couple common examples that come to my mind are going to a restaurant with a group of people and opening a menu that has a lot of delicious dishes to choose from. The server comes and asks your group for their orders and you find that when it is your turn to
  • Driving innovation together at Buckley Air Force Base

    I was struck by how fortunate we are here at Buckley Air Force Base last month as we honored the achievements of our outstanding Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen at our Team Buckley Annual Awards Ceremony.There were several highlights for me, including Command Chief Master Sgt. Brian Kruzelnick's challenge to be our very best,
  • If you see something, say something

    If you see something, say something.This has become a catch phrase for law enforcement professionals around the country in recent years and has become major campaign lead by the United States Department of Homeland Security. This phrase asks average citizens to break away from the ease of ignoring a problem, so you don't have to get involved to
  • CMSAF speaks on future of Air Force with Buckley Airmen

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody met with the Airmen of Buckley and toured the base March 4-5 at Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. to thank the Airmen and their families and discuss the importance of Buckley's mission.While on Buckley, Cody held an enlisted call for junior enlisted Airmen and another for senior NCOs. He also met with
  • Panthers: Help B3T by exhibiting C3T

    Building a Better Buckley is a recurring theme you may often hear from the 460th Space Wing Commander Col. John Wagner. Realizing he can't do it alone, he has empowered us to assemble as a team to bring that concept to life. We can do this by exhibiting the following three characteristics: commitment, communicating and creativity together, C3T.
  • Commander hosts first CC call of 2015

    Members of the 460th Space Wing gathered for the first commander's call of the year Feb. 18 at the Buckley Fitness Center on Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado.The 460th SW commander spoke of Buckley's ongoing global mission and addressed questions and concerns brought up by Airmen. In addition, Buckley's sexual assault response coordinator spoke on