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  • 302nd D&TF prepares Airmen for success

    Preparing trainees for Air Force basic military training is the primary goal of the 302nd Airlift Wing’s Development and Training Flight. Trainees participate in physical training, learn military structure, customs and courtesies and Air Force history. So, when the trainees get to basic training, the academics are familiar and they are in top physical condition.
  • The Kissing Bug and Chagas Disease

    The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment reports that a species of triatomine bug, known more commonly as kissing bugs, has been confirmed in Colorado.
  • The Club kitchen temporarily closing for renovations

    The Club on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, will close its kitchen for remodeling beginning July 19, 2019, in order to meet the changing needs of the Peterson community.
  • July enlisted promotions

    The names of enlisted 302nd Airlift Wing, Air Force reservists who earned a promotion in rank during the month of July can now be seen on the wing's website promotions page. Click here to see who was promoted this month.
  • Colorado reservists make impact abroad

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 302nd Logistics Readiness Squadron spent two weeks bolstering wartime readiness for U.S. Air Forces in Europe and the U.S. Africa Command at the War Reserve Materiel Central Regional Storage Facility in Luxembourg.
  • Veterans Crisis Line offers gun locks on Peterson

    June is Gun Violence Awareness Month, and to support the Peterson Air Force Base community, the Veterans Crisis Line has provided complimentary gun locks to the 21st Space Wing Violence Prevention Office. Service members can pick one up for themselves or their households from Michel Cremeans, 21st Space Wing violence prevention integrator, from
  • Training Environment Serves the Community

    Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs, this IRT is an Air Force Reserve-led multi service/component training event intended to build mutually beneficial partnerships between the U.S. Department of Defense and local communities. The mission provides service members with hands-on readiness training opportunities, while providing direct and lasting benefits to residents of each community served.
  • Enlisted town hall takeaway; you do not walk alone

    Chief Master Sgt. Kahn Scalise, the 302nd Airlift Wing command chief, hosted an enlisted town hall at the base auditorium here June 1, to speak directly with the wing's enlisted Reserve Citizen Airmen about wellness, resilience and communication.
  • Share Your Adventure: help the Reserve team grow through testimony

    The peer referral program is the lead source generator for AFRC RS with one of four people referred by current Reservists joining the Air Force Reserve and is replacing the command’s Get1Now campaign. As manning levels continue to increase for AFRC and other branches of service and the nation’s economy continues to be strong, Share Your Adventure is a vital program to help recruiters gather quality leads and assure AFRC has the manning it needs to excel in its mission to fly, fight and win.
  • La Fave bids farewell to 22nd AF

    Maj. Gen. Craig La Fave bids farewell to Airmen of the 22nd Air Force while looking back on his time as commander.