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  • 21st SFS mourns the loss of a four-legged Airman

    Military Working Dog Rexo, a 7-year-old German Shepherd, assigned to the 21st Security Forces Squadron, passed away on May 4, 2020.
  • An open letter to my best friend on National Best Friend Day: Jessica Rosario and Erica Picariello

    Master Sgt. Jessica Rosario and Tech. Sgt. Erica Picariello have been best friends since 2013 and recently wrote letters to each other in honor of National Best Friends Day 2020.
  • Built To Last

    What does it mean to be “Built To Last.”?  Over the past ten months, many of us have been pressed to think more deeply, stretched to lead more uncomfortably and challenged to act more greatly in an effort to reach toward the standard of being “Built To Last.”When Col. Thomas George Falzarano took command of the 21st Space Wing on July 10, 2019, his
  • What defines a superhero?

    When you think of superheroes, what comes to mind? Superman, Batman, Iron Man, or how about Captain America? Those are all correct answers. However, what if I told you we had real superheroes walking among us in our everyday lives? You’d probably tell me that’s crazy talk, that there’s no such thing as REAL superheroes, but, here at the 21st Space Wing, we do. The brave men and women who are our frontline responders.
  • 21st CPTS launches new services portal

    The 21st Comptroller Squadron is excited to announce the launch of the Air Force Comptroller Services Portal at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado on Friday, May 8, 2020.During the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that face-to-face interactions are on hold and teleworking has become more prevalent throughout the 21st Space Wing and the enterprise.
  • Keepin' It Reel: Tiger King

    BasilWatching Tiger King reminds me of my first Air Force assignment deeeeeep in the south. Around every corner was a shocking experience that often left me feeling thankful for all my teeth and for having graduated high school—even if it was just a Jersey education...that’ll give you some perspective. The docu-series also reminded me of my home
  • The importance of the medical supply chain during COVID-19

    Coronavirus Disease 2019, also known as COVID-19, is an infectious disease caused by a virus that can spread from person to person. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the virus outbreak a global pandemic. As of April 26, 2020, the U.S. at a glance had reported a total of 957,875 cases according to the Centers for Disease
  • How the Civil Engineer is contributing to the Wing COVID Response

    The 21st Civil Engineer Squadron has been in the mix of the 21st Space Wing’s COVID-19 response from the very beginning.  In order to combat the spread, we immediately went into a minimal manning posture, which entailed rotating shifts and personnel to ensure we had an accurate balance of being able to execute the mission and practice physical
  • Caring Through Chaos

    The world has seemingly plunged into unprecedented turmoil, with fear and uncertainty driving behavior that would be unlikely never be seen in “normal times.”COVID-19, or the coronavirus, has thrust the U.S. into a state of mind that has been at times unsettling, but at least in some instances, encouraging.I would call upon anyone reading this to
  • SECAF Letter to Airmen

    To the Men and Women of the Air and Space Force: The ongoing response to the COYID-19 pandemic is moving at a fast pace. Focus across the Nation remains on the actions we must all take to minimize possible exposure to this virus. Each of us has a personal responsibility to take these actions seriously by exercising the personal hygiene and health
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