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  • Drones become prohibited on Buckley

    -Drones are the newest trend in hobbyist aviation. A drone or unmanned aerial system (UAS) have also become a new trend in security risks just as much as a hobby. “Drones are a serious issue for Buckley Air Force Base because you don’t know what the intention is of the person flying the drone,” said Paul Christinson, 460th Security Forces Squadron detective. “They can be used to collect intelligence and some have even been used to drop payloads that can be lethal.”
  • Team Buckley Airmen graduate from CCAF

    The following Airmen graduated from The Community College of the Air Force, May 24, at a ceremony in the Leadership Development Center here: Senior Airman Hannah Adams, 566th Intelligence Squadron Information Management Staff Sgt. Billy Baggett, Air Force Reserve Component Human Resource ManagementStaff Sgt. Eric Bass, 460th Medical Group Public
  • VIEWPOINT: Why do I donate?

    My reason for donating to a Combined Federal Campaign organization is not for selfish gain, tax deduction, personal experience or tragedy, group or peer pressure, religious beliefs, or plain old personal satisfaction. First, let me tell you what I donate to and you may understand why before I even explain. I donate to Denver Friends League, a World
  • VIEWPOINT: Donating to hospitals

    I donate almost every year through the Combined Federal Campaign to the Loma Linda University Hospital in California. My reason? My expected delivery date was mid-October 1990, but throughout the pregnancy I was sick, not gaining weight and eventually put on bed rest. I went into labor on July 4, 1990 and was transferred from March Air Force Base
  • Team Buckley to kick off CFC

    The Combined Federal Campaign begins Oct. 4 with an event 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Leadership Development Center. Buckley's CFC is scheduled to run through Nov. 22, but people can continue to make donations until Dec. 15.Representatives from more than 70 charities will attend the kickoff event to share accounts of how donations positively affect
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