Catching rays, saving dough at Peterson

By Staff Sgt. J. Aaron Breeden 21st Space Wing Public Affairs PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. ­— Since the 2007 partnership of Tierra Vista Communities and Peterson AFB privatized base housing, TVC has worked diligently to improve the quality of life for on-base residents. While there is some intermittent work still on-going, in July, TVC wrapped up… Continue Reading Catching rays, saving dough at Peterson

CPR training invaluable at life’s most critical moments

By Scott Prater Schriever Sentinel Anyone who works in the healthcare or fitness related industries has undoubtedly experienced cardio pulmonary resuscitation training as part of their semi-annual certification process, but Patti Eafrati, a former personal trainer at the Schriever Fitness Center, says that CPR training shouldn’t be taken lightly. It could help them save a… Continue Reading CPR training invaluable at life’s most critical moments

Awards shop opens again following artist’s recovery

By Scott Prater Schriever Sentinel Team Schriever members may have noticed that the Awards, Engraving and Picture Framing shop has been closed for the past six weeks. It re-opened for business Monday inside Schriever’s Outdoor Recreation/Information, Travel and Tickets office, and had been closed because its lone artist, Wendy Derosier, suffered a severe eye injury… Continue Reading Awards shop opens again following artist’s recovery

Duck Commandos grab 10th at coffin race

By Staff Sgt. Julius Delos Reyes 50th Space Wing Public Affairs The 50th Civil Engineer Squadron’s Duck Commando Engineers clocked in at 25.89 seconds to grab 10th place during the 18th annual Coffin Race and Parade Saturday in Manitou Springs, Colo. Dressed as the characters of the popular television show “Duck Dynasty,” the Duck Commando… Continue Reading Duck Commandos grab 10th at coffin race

And the winner is…

By Margie Arnold 21st Force Support Squadron Marketing Office PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — The Peterson Club announced its first Football Frenzy Club membership prize winner for the season. Connie Gault won the first Football Frenzy Club membership prize drawing this season — an all-expense-paid trip to Glendale, Ariz., for the game between the… Continue Reading And the winner is…

‘Space Cowboys’ help with Colorado’s floods

USASMDC/ARTSTRAT Public Affairs Office COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — In mid-September, Colorado received more than a year’s worth of rain in a matter of a few hours. The influx of rain created a 100-year flood across the northeastern part of the state, closing dozens of state highways, damaging dozens of bridges, and impacting thousands of lives.… Continue Reading ‘Space Cowboys’ help with Colorado’s floods

CFC continues

From 21st Space Wing Public Affairs Office PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — The annual Combined Federal Campaign charity drive, interrupted by the 16-day federal government shutdown, has resumed. The annual campaign is the world’s largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign. Key workers have been assigned to each squadron and will make all… Continue Reading CFC continues

Harvesting the wind at Cape Cod Air Force Station

by Randy Pieper 21st Civil Engineer Squadron PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — It’s not just the leaves that are changing at Cape Cod Air Force Station. The Air Force station is also changing the way it gets electricity as two new giant wind turbines are being installed at the 6th Space Warning Squadron. The… Continue Reading Harvesting the wind at Cape Cod Air Force Station

Schriever reminds commuters of Snow Call procedures

Staff Report 50th Space Wing Public Affairs With winter weather looming, Schriever personnel need to know how to receive information about road conditions and base closures or delays. The following is a reminder of the Snow Call process and procedures: Snow Call procedures There are a variety of ways to find out current road conditions… Continue Reading Schriever reminds commuters of Snow Call procedures