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Peterson Air Force Base - Colorado Springs, CO



The Tactical AIr Control Party 24 hour run has started. To learn about what TACPs do and to run a lap visit them at the base track.

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Shortly after I arrived last summer, I shared my vision for what it means to be disciplined, creative, and aggressive. And the MDG team sought clarification of “aggressive”, because, well they’re care givers.

Last month an Airman needed help in a big way and medical case manager Anna Halula-Busby made it happen. When she recognized he wasn’t getting the care he needed fast enough, she pressed on, did not take NO at face value, and involved her leadership. The result for the Airman was life-altering.
THIS is leadership.
THIS is leaning forward.
THIS is what I seek across the entire wing.
THIS is aggressive and we coined her for being awesome.


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Ever wondered how our radars work?

You can make a difference, all you have to do is step up, step in or intervene. #SAAPM

All it takes...

You can make a difference, all you have to do is step up, step in or intervene. #SAAPM

Posted by Peterson AFB: 21st Space Wing on Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Remote assignments can end up being some of the best assignments, especially when you're with your bestie!

The way this family pulled out of an especially difficult time is inspirational. How they give back is even more so!

Congratulations to the March 21st Space Wing Command Chief Airman of the Month, A1C Scott Alexander from 21st Contracting Squadron. Scott is doing great things for the wing, base, Air Force and nation! Well done!

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Happy Earth Day! We love the view from space of our beautiful planet. Thanks NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration!

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“We watch radio signals going up and down from space and make sure that the signals we’re sending are getting where they need to go."

Team Pete!

It’s a great day to get out enjoy some family time in the snow!!!

Can you find this guy on base?


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Shooting stars! Otherwise known as meteors entering the atmosphere. Go outside tonight and make wish!

Weekend Tip: Make plans to get outside and catch the Lyrid meteors, which peak early Sunday morning! Known for their fast and bright meteors, the Lyrids have been observed for 2,700 years. They are best viewed before dawn and away from city lights. Lie flat on your back with your feet facing east and look up. Get more viewing tips:

Posted by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration on Friday, April 20, 2018

There were lots of great speeches and announcements at this year's Space Symposium, but the highlight for us was Lt. Vicino being highlighted during Gen. Raymond's speech.

#ICYMI Lt. Vicino received the Airman's Medal for saving three lives!

Lt Dominic Vicino, highlighted by General Raymond at the Space Symposium!

Posted by 20th Space Control Squadron on Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Sometimes you make a difference without expecting to do so. Walking with survivors from a concentration camp is one such time for this Airman.


With the new Space Fence we'll be able to "paint the sky with energy."

Coming to us really soon and we can hardly wait!

Today we welcomed Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson as they arrived for 34th annual Space Symposium.

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Your life matters.

For resources go to

You Matter - Peterson Air Force Base Suicide Prevention

Your life matters. For resources go to

Posted by Peterson AFB: 21st Space Wing on Saturday, April 14, 2018

It's #Fridaythe13th and almost tax day. Will Mike the Knight survive?


It's #Fridaythe13th and almost tax day. Will Mike the Knight survive?

Posted by Peterson AFB: 21st Space Wing on Friday, April 13, 2018

‪Remember the victims and survivors of the Holocaust today.

#YomHashoah #HolocaustRemembranceDay

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We often think of Thule AB as being super remote. Then comes along the reminder about our outpost in Shemya, Alaska.

COBRA DANE--the radar within eyeshot of Russia

The COBRA DANE radar, which sits at the Alaskan border, allows the United States to have eyes on all launches throughout the world. The radar, which belongs to Peterson AFB: 21st Space Wing, also detects and tracks foreign ballistic missiles helping to keep our nation safe. Headquarters NORAD and USNORTHCOM

Posted by Air Force Space Command on Thursday, April 12, 2018

The Today Show came to visit us at Thule AB! You know us for our radar mission, but were you aware of the NASA Operation IceBridge mission that operates from the far north?

Need some inspiration for your Wednesday? Check out the CSAF reading list. And like most libraries, there are more than just books to "check out". You can see his recommended TEDx talks, blogs, photography and more. Check it out!

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Dogs on ice! It's how we celebrate Armed Forces Day at Thule AB!


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Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission…#NotJustApril

Since it's Monday eve, here's a reminder for the north gate hour changes starting tomorrow.

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When the Chief speaks, we listen.