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  • Resilience program brings awareness to Team V

    At Vandenberg, there are a plethora of helping agencies that exist to provide support for Airmen and their families. Organizations such as the Airman & Family Readiness Center, Child Development Center, and Family Advocacy all play their part in the health and wellness of Team V’s most valuable asset – its Airmen. In order to increase awareness of
  • Vandenberg NCO selected for commissioning

    Staff Sgt. Brandon Beaty, a Client Systems Technician for the 614th Air and Space Communication Squadron, was recently selected to commission through the highly-selective Senior Leadership Enlisted Commissioning Program – Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. SLECP-A is a unique Air Force incentive commissioning program wherein senior leaders
  • New Year, New You: Take control of your own health

    A new year can mean new opportunities, new discoveries and maybe a few new goals. While the New Year’s Resolution is a common tradition, many of them get abandoned long before the new year is gone again. Setting goals for a healthier you is something everyone can do, if you do it right. “Probably the most important thing is setting goals you can
  • 30th SW commander addresses wing during All Call

    Col. J. Christopher Moss, 30th Space Wing commander, held two separate sessions of a base-wide All Call, here, Dec. 20. Of the many topics discussed, the main theme of the All Call was Moss’ wing priority of posturing the 30th SW for success moving forward. “I want to talk today about posturing the 30th Space Wing for the future,” said Moss. “If
  • Thrift-shop personnel embody season of giving

    Base thrift-shop personnel recently demonstrated the true meaning of the holiday season, giving away $1,000 worth of gift-cards to families and low-ranking Airmen, at the commissary, Dec. 21.The $1,000 was additional money earned by the thrift-shop, which circulates back to base Airmen, and was broken up into $25 gift-cards in an effort to maximize
  • New squadron, 614th CTS, activates at Vandenberg

    The 614th Combat Training Squadron, a new unit assigned to the 614th Air Operations Center, was activated during a ceremony, here, Dec. 16. The 614th CTS was created in order to implement and sustain enterprise-wide changes under the Space training Transformation and Space Mission Force constructs. It will enable the 614th AOC, as the primary
  • CFC comes to a close

     The Combined Federal Campaign wrapped up their two month long fundraising effort, here, Dec. 9, 2016.The CFC, established in 1961, is an annual program that allows federal government employees to make contributions to non-profit organizations. The mission of the CFC is to promote and support philanthropy through a program that is employee focused,
  • Drunk & Drugged Driving Prevention Month: Have a plan

    The holiday season is a time to unwind and be merry. Every year during the holidays there are a plethora of social gatherings, including parties with family, friends and co-workers. That merriment, however, can instantaneously turn into tragedy depending upon one’s choices when traveling to and from these gatherings. Whether you’ve only had a
  • Holiday Tree Lighting

    The traditional Holiday Tree lighting was held in a slightly different spot this year. In years past the tree outside of building 11777 was used, however, base leadership decided that since the tree had seen better days, they would acquire an artificial tree that could be placed in a more conducive spot - outside the Pacific Coast Club. This year
  • OKC provides memorable holiday experience for local children

    Team Vandenberg recently hosted children from various local communities during the 58th annual Operation Kids Christmas event, here, Dec. 2 at the Pacific Coast Club. Since its inception in the 1950s, OKC has been an opportunity for uniformed members to give back to the community and provide children with a day full of games, gifts and recreational
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