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  • 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.
  • Air Force Connect App consolidates, centralizes resources

    Remember the time when your math teacher said you would never have a calculator handy all the time? We had to learn how to solve problems for ourselves. Fast-forward to now: We still learn the basics, but now we have access to so many tools to expediently acquire the answer. The most common being our mobile devices. The Air Force now has an enterprise-wide mobile app designed to provide Airmen with streamlined access to information they need for their lives and careers.
  • Local community comes together to memorialize fallen Colorado veterans

    For three nights, the stars were mirrored over two and a half acres as more than 6,000 luminaries flickered, each representing a life sacrificed in service to the nation. From Nov. 29 to Dec. 1, 2018, volunteers trickled in from the local community to assist in setting up, and then lighting the luminaries at the Colorado Freedom Memorial in Aurora, Colorado.
  • Cyber Deterrence; Team Buckley’s Warrior Airmen

    According to the Air Force Cyber Secure Campaign in 2016, 86 percent of the 8.2 million DoD e-mails received are malicious and blocked. U.S. adversaries use cyber tools to attempt to steal classified information and to copy intellectual property. Terrorists are on a persistent endeavor to obtain data and it is up to the Armed Forces to deter them. Recently, Buckley Air Force Base was handpicked alongside of six other bases to pilot a new program called Network As A Service, or NAAS, which will benchmark the way cyber deterrence in the United States Air Force is accomplished across the globe. Airmen who belong to the 460th Space Communication Squadron will no longer be limited to fixing technical issues, they will be defending our nation from very real cyber attacks
  • Team Buckley welcomes allied partners to Newcomer’s Orientation

    Members of the Airman and Family Readiness Center recently organized something unprecedented – They opened their doors to Team Buckley’s allied partners for the monthly Newcomer’s Orientation at Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado, June 20, 2018. Through a series of briefings, newcomers from different bases are introduced to various agencies and resources available to service members and their families. However, for Team Buckley’s allied partners, the transition to both a new assignment and a new country did not consist of any formal orientation – until now.
  • 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
  • Comitis Crisis Center thanks Team Buckley for community support

    Buckley Air Force Base was awarded the Volunteer of the Year award on behalf of the Comitis Crisis Center on Apr. 27. James Gillespie, director of development at Comitis, presented 460th Space Wing vice commander, Col. Scott Romberger, with the award on the base’s behalf. Base personnel were cited for a collective contribution of over 350 volunteer
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