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  • TRICARE Open Season: Nov. 9 – Dec. 14

    TRICARE Open Season is underway, and here is the latest "Take Command" toolkit, 'TRICARE Open Season: Call to Action.'
  • CPO shares important telework information

    The Peterson Air Force Base Civilian Personnel Office would like to share important telework information with civilian employees and their supervisors.
  • Raise the roof for Red Ribbon Week

    Red ribbon week is celebrated annually October 23-31 and is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program.
  • Know the military civilians' right to vote

    Voting is a fundamental right and privilege of the American people. According to the office of personnel management, where polls are not open at least three hours either before or after an employee’s regular work hours, an agency may grant a limited amount of excused absence to permit the employee to report for work three hours after the polls open or leave from work three hours before the polls close, whichever requires the lesser amount of time off.
  • Awareness Note: Practice Phone Scam Safety

    During 2019, Americans lost over $10 billion due to phone scams. Males, ages 18-34, are the most likely to lose the most money. One in ten Americans will be a victim. This means the scams are effective and you could be a victim.
  • September is National Disaster Preparedness Month

    September is National Preparedness Month when we promote family and community disaster planning. If a disaster occurs in your community, local government and disaster-relief organizations will try to help you, but you need to be ready as well.
  • Walking a mile in each other's shoes

    A lot of people who live and work on Peterson Air Force Base have probably wondered what happens at the 4th Space Control Squadron - the “big fenced in building” out past the commissary. If you know or have talked to any of the members of the squadron, they most likely didn’t tell you much about what they do. Well, all of that is changing. We are going to take a deep look into the heart of our squadron, and you may be surprised by what you learn.
  • Thank you, Knights

    It doesn’t seem fair that I’m the one writing this. On May 12th our wing, and the Air Force at large, lost a great leader, mentor, and friend. Colonel Falzarano’s impeccable service as your commander over the last year speaks for itself, and if he were here I have little doubt that his words would fill us all with the closure we need: for not only these trying times during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but for the decommissioning of the 21st Space Wing, and for the immense loss we continue to feel at the mention of his name. With that said, as Melissa and I begin our transition out of the Air Force, allow me one final chance to offer a few thoughts of my own, and to thank you all again for your never ending excellence and commitment to the mission.
  • Just another day for CMFES amidst a global pandemic

    Firefighters at CMAFS continue to protect and defend CMAFS and local communities during pandemic.
  • 21st SFS reminds Team Pete of local firearms rules

    It is imperative everyone understands the rules and regulations for the transport, storage and carrying of privately owned firearms on the installation. Though federal and state laws may authorize many freedoms in regard to firearms, the possession and transport of firearms on Peterson Air Force Base is strictly limited and enforced by the commander of the 21st Space Wing.