• Cadets gain space awareness

    Nearly 1,000 freshman cadets filled the Arnold Hall auditorium here Oct. 6 to get their first glimpse into the benefits they will gain from space-based combat effects during their Air Force careers. Space professionals from bases along the Front Range offered briefings, panel discussions and exhibits at Air Force Space Command-sponsored Space
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  • Airmen from Front Range bases run half-marathon

    Approximately 80 runners took to the dirt Oct. 5 for the third annual Schriever half marathon on the Schriever running trail. Marcus Corbett of the Air Force Academy was the top finisher for the men with a time of 1:27:50. Caitlin Diffley of 2nd SOPS was the top female finisher with a time of 1:51:20. Diffley was a member of Schriever's running
  • CFC 2007 kicks off with ‘All comes back 2 you’ theme

    This year's Combined Federal Campaign's theme is "It All Comes Back 2 You: Two minutes--that's all it takes to make a difference." The Front Range campaign began with a Kick-Off Ceremony at the Academy Officers' Club Oct. 2. This was a regional kick-off event for Air Force installations in the local area, with senior leaders and other
  • Some NCOs may apply to reenter previous career fields

    Active-duty NCOs in E-5 to E-7 pay grades may reenter previously held career fields now in demand, provided they apply by Oct. 31, Air Force officials here said Oct. 3.The Air Force initiated the fiscal 2008 NCO Limited Reclassification program due to unexpected retention issues and Air Force specialty code mergers. Eligible Airmen must have held a
  • News Briefs - Week of October 4, 2007

    Below are news briefs for the week of October 4, 2007. To submit news briefs for consideration, send an e-mail to the Satellite Flyer Online with the subject line "News Brief." USO benefit concert taking place Oct. 3 A USO benefit concert is scheduled to take place Oct. 3 from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Sky Sox Stadium, 4385 Tuft Blvd. The event is
  • Football: Winds, close contests define games

    With winds whipping, 1st SOPS and 3rd SOPS faced off in their final regular-season game, with 1st SOPS winning the contest 7-0. Players had to adjust to the windy conditions and plays had to be adjusted, including less throwing and more running. "I definitely couldn't throw deep passes today," said 1st SOPS quarterback Mike Carroll. Luckily for 1st

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