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Release Number: 010521

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Cheyenne Mountain Space Force Station, Colorado

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CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION – The Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station Fire Department is scheduled to conduct fire training exercises Thursday, May 6, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the installation.

The training is routine and ensures emergency responders are prepared for a variety of incidents on and off the station in coordination with mutual aid partners.

Residents travelling on, or living near, the I-25 and Highway 115 corridors should not be alarmed if they see smoke or fire in the area. The fire training center on CMAFS has safety controls in place to ensure the area stays safe while providing an educational environment for the firefighters.

Fire danger levels will be monitored to ensure safe execution of the training.

For more information, contact the Peterson-Schriever Garrison Public Affairs Office at 719-359-7090 or P-SGAR.PA.P-SGARPAPAFB-SAFB@us.af.mil.



Contact Info:
719-359-7090 or P-SGAR.PA.P-SGARPAPAFB-SAFB@us.af.mil.

Media Relations

Media interested in covering P-S GAR activities should call (719) 556-5185 or email P-SGAR.PA.P-SGARPAPAFB-SAFB@us.af.mil to arrange for an escort and for detailed information regarding upcoming media opportunities.

The office has a 24-hour on-call PA representative who can be reached through the Colorado Springs Regional Command Post at (719) 556-4555.

Peterson-Schriever Garrison is a non-public news gathering forum and requires all civilian media to have entry authorization and an escort prior to entering the base. Unless otherwise arranged, all media will enter the installations via the visitor center.

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