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  • Police Week Opening Ceremony at Buckley Space Force Base

    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Hayley Kleaver, a member of the 460th Security Forces Squadron, reads the names of the fallen security forces members in the line of duty during the police week opening ceremony at Buckley Space Force Base, Colo., May 15, 2023. Members of Office of Special Investigations

  • Buckley SFB hosts PV exercise

    From left to right, Michael Lehmier and Christopher Nelson, both firefighters from the 460th Civil Engineer Squadron, safely cover fuel spill during the 2022 Panther View exercise at Buckley Space Force Base, Colo., April 21, 2022. While the Fire Department was working on covering the fuel spill,

  • The 6th Space Warning Squadron: Ever Aware

    The 6th Space Warning Squadron, often referred to as “TEAM 6,” provides timely and accurate missile warning and space surveillance data to the U.S., its allied leaders, and its 140-member-team. The team works endlessly to ensure the safety and security of North America.

  • Buckley Medics participate in Tactical Combat Casualty Care exercise

    Staff Sgt. William Shimel (left), a 140th Air National Guard Medical Group aerospace medical technician, and Staff Sgt. Camille Dysart (right), a 140th ANG MDG CBRNE enhanced response force package medicine technician, transport Airman 1st Class Justin Rosales, a 460th Security Forces Squadron

  • Space Force Captain Makes History

    USSF Capt. Angelo Centeno, 2nd Space Warning Squadron weapons and tactics flight commander, stationed at Buckley AFB, was one of the first two USSF members to attend and graduate from the Inter-American Squadron Officer School (ISOS) at Lackland AFB, Texas.

  • USSPACECOM commander visits Buckley

    Chaplain (Maj.) Justin Combs, right, introduces Tech. Sgt. Matthew Brandt, center, Buckley Garrison Staff Agencies NCO in charge of training and readiness, prior to U.S. Army Gen. James Dickinson, left, U.S. Space Command commander, coining Brandt for exceptional performance in the Headquarters