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Senior Airman Keith Armour, a firefighter from the 30th Civil Engineer Squadron on Vandenberg, straps into the back seat of a fire engine during a training excercise on Feb. 13. Airman Armour just recently got back from a deployment in Iraq where he used this training in real-world situations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jonathan Olds) Vandenberg firefighters battle training blaze

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Default Air Force Logo Space Development: Hands-on and high tech
A new satellite trainer enhances training at the Air Force's premiere introductory space and missile course here. Students attending the Officer Space 100 course at Vandenberg can now get a hands-on education to gain a new perspective and better understanding of satellite operational concepts by experimenting with a fully functional EyasSAT
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Default Air Force Logo Energy conservation, efficiency, a priority for AFSPC
Energy conservation is a national and command priority. The growth and demand for energy is increasing quickly, putting a great deal of pressure on the available resources. Reducing the amount of the energy you use is one of the fastest, most effective ways to save energy and money. It will also help fight climatic change and provide for cleaner
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Default Air Force Logo Vandenberg announces 2006 Airfield Operations and Aviation Resource Management Annual Award winners
Vandenberg announced the following Airmen as the 2006 Airfield Operations and Aviation Resource Management Annual Award winners. Airfield Management Facility of the Year: 30th Operational Support Squadron Colonel Derrel L. Dempsey Officer of the Year: Capt. John Bennett, 30th Operational Support SquadronAirfield Management Airmen of the Year:
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Default Air Force Logo Vandenberg annouces 2006 Outstanding Air Force Space Command Service Airman
Vandenberg announced Friday that Senior Airman Joy Lopez-McGraner, 30th Space Wing chaplain assistant,  the 2006 Outstanding AFSPC Chaplain Service Airmen Award winner. Airman Lopez-McGraner has represented the wing in sterling fashion and this award is a testament to her high standards of professionalism and dedication to the mission.
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Default Air Force Logo Vandenberg announces 2006 communications and information award winners
Vandenberg announced the following 30th Space Communications Squadron members as the 2006 Air Force Space Command Communication and Information Award Winners Thursday.Air Force Communications- Electronic Systems Outstanding Senior Non Comissioned Officer: Master Sgt. Kevin Riek Air Force Communications Computer Systems Outstanding Airman: Senior
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Default Air Force Logo Vandenberg announces annual award winners
Vandenberg announces its annual award winners at a banquet in the Pacific Coast Club here Friday.The following indivuals were recognized as Vandenberg's outstanding performers for 2006:Honor GuardAirman - Senior Airman Nicole Deaver, 30th Medical Operations Squadron Noncommisioned Officer - Staff Sgt. Jesus Antillow, 30th MOSCompany Grade Officer -
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2007
Vandenberg's East Housing units are being prepared for demolition.  633 houses have been slated for demolition due to their dilapidated condition.  The families will be moved to homes in Vandenberg's West Housing.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Nathan Prost) Demolition begins in Vandenberg's East Housing
Vandenberg's East Housing has begun the process of demolition as families have started moving from the dilapidated homes there to houses on the main base. At a recent industry forum, in which potential contract bidders came to the base to discuss housing privatization, it was decided that the residents in East Housing would have to be moved prior
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Default Air Force Logo 30th Civil Engineer Squadron announces yard of the month for January
The Winner of the 30th Civil Engineer Squadron yard of the month contest here for January was Staff Sgt. Elaina Ealy, 532 Training Squadron.The Runner-up for the 30th Civil Engineer Yard of the month contest for January was Tech. Sgt. Robert Crowley, 614th Space Operations Squadron.
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David Ballard, facilitator of the Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century, team 1, discusses with contractors, civilians, and military personnel the values and necessity of each missile launch on Jan. 30 at Vandenberg.  AFSO21 was separated into three teams according to Vandenberg's mission concerning the 2nd Range Operations Squadron here.  All the teams worked together to process a more efficient and less expensive launch. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ashley Tyler) Vandenberg works to improve base capabilities
An Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century team recently visited Vandenberg for a four-day conference to discuss improving base capabilities Jan. 29 through Feb 1. AFSO21 is a project headed by the Secretary of the Air Force, Michael W. Wynne, and the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, to enable Airmen to work more efficiently and
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