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P-S GAR’s newest CCAF graduates

12 Airmen graduate with CCAF

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Twelve Airmen pose for a group photo during a Community College for the Air Force graduation ceremony at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, June 2, 2021. The CCAF has more than 370,000 registered students and each year students earn more than 1.6 million hours of college credit. (U.S. Space Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alexandra M. Longfellow)

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The Community College of the Air Force concept evolved in the early 1970s as means for Airmen to gain recognition for their U.S. Air Force training.

Further education provides Airmen an opportunity to be better at their jobs within the Air Force and to make them more competitive once they leave the military service.

The CCAF Graduation Ceremony is a bi-annual event that recognizes enlisted members of Peterson-Schriever Garrison, who have completed the requirements for an Associate of Applied Science Degree through the CCAF. This event was a combined Spring/Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 event due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The newest CCAF graduates:

Senior Airman Mateo Alarcon Cordero, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron – Mechanical & Electrical Technology

Staff Sgt. Romeena Alexander, 21st Dental Squadron – Dental Laboratory Technology

Senior Airman Garrett Anderlik, 21st Aerospace Medical Squadron – Public Health Technology

Tech. Sgt. Stephanie Bandy, Vosler NCO Academy – Instructor of Technology and Military Science

Master Sgt. Jose Bernal, NORAD/USNORTHCOM – Air & Space Operations Technology

Staff Sgt. Daniel Bowen, 561st Network Operations Squadron – Information Systems Technology

Staff Sgt. Robin Brown, 21st Medical Group – Public Health Technology

Staff Sgt. Erasmus Hartsfield, 367th Air Force Recruiting Squadron – Human Resource Management

Staff Sgt. Nathaniel Hayden, 21st Dental Squadron – Dental Laboratory Technology

Senior Airman Dakota Holzwarth, 21st Dental Squadron – Dental Laboratory Technology

Senior Airman Brianna Ramirez, 21st Medical Support Squadron – Diagnostic Imaging Technology

Tech. Sgt. Timothy Wilson, Vosler NCO Academy – Instructor of Technology and Military Science

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