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  • SBD 2 leaderships visits 460th LRS

    The 460th Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS) hosted Col. Heidi Dexter, Space Base Delta 2 commander along with Chief Mater Sgt. Sharma Haynes, Space Base Delta 2 senior enlisted airman, and Mr. Andy Halldin, Director of Mission Support to showcase the Petroleum, Oils, and Lubricants (POL) fuels

  • AtHoc Alerts

    Have you received an emergency notification and were not sure what to do with that information? Do you know what actions to take when you hear a tornado warning? Are you receiving AtHoc alerts? What’s the difference between lockdown and shelter in-place? Are you signed up for local emergency alerts

  • Winter Storm Preparedness

    Whether stationed in Denver for a short time or if you’re a life-long resident of Colorado, you probably knew that Buckley Space Force Base is prone to winter storms.

  • Juneteenth: A celebration of one of America’s greatest triumphs

    Signed into law as a federal holiday in 2021, Juneteenth, sometimes referred to as Emancipation Day, has a long tradition as a cultural holiday amongst black Americans. The holiday officially commemorates the occasion of the last American slaves being set free in 1865 in Texas, following the Civil

  • Finding inspiration on the frontline

    The last two years have presented many unique and unforeseen challenges for the 460th Medical Group. The early days of COVID were uncertain for everyone, with little information on this new virus that was sweeping across the country with unimaginable lethality. For the Medical Group, COVID quickly

  • Det 4, 71 ISRS lights the path

    On Sept.11, 2020, the Detachment 4, 71st Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Squadron was activated. The initial vision of Det 4’s leadership cadre was a team of empowered ISR professionals driving timely, tactical decisions and developing operators with contextual instruction and

  • DEL 4/Det 1 insight on different leadership mantras

    Developing a leadership philosophy is easier than you think. Out of necessity to effectively communicate with our team, we find fun, exciting, and most importantly, relatable words that turn into a unit mantra for our organization. When looking back on my career, there are two people that influenced

  • To See the World: Three Imperatives for Missile Warning Success

    In 2014, while serving as squadron commander, I wrote an article capturing elements of what constituted my leadership philosophy. In the article, I described the balance between taking care of the mission, unit personnel, and myself as the three pillars of sound leadership. These three elements have

  • Money makes the world go ‘round

    From the time of the Continental Army, the importance of a financial manager in the payment of entitlements has been widely known. On June 16, 1775, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Continental Congress established the first Pay Master General, James Warren. Today, most members primarily correlate