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  • Right place, right time; Vandenberg officer helps save a life

    As space experts and representatives from around the globe met to discuss present and future space capabilities during the 2019 Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colo., one of its participants was focused on something very different. Lt. Col. Olivier Fleury, the French Joint Staff Liaison Officer for Space at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., was focused on staying calm as he was trying to save a life.
  • Vandenberg Honor Guard Strives for Excellence

    “Honor Guard is probably the best and most meaningful thing an Airman can do in their Air Force career,” Davis said. “As long as you’re doing it, do it from the heart – don’t just do Honor Guard for the potential benefits you may receive. Let it form you into a better Airman throughout your entire career.”
  • Vandenberg Highlight; more than a Barista

    Every Airman, including our civil service and government service teammates, have all played a role in making Vandenberg Air Force Base not just the safest and most efficient launch port for polar orbiting satellites, but also one big family.Many amazing people contribute to Vandenberg’s Whole Airman Concept; for example the teachers at Crestview
  • Give and Take of Airman and Air Force

    Often times, Airmen give back and are advancing the Air Force without even realizing it. Every Airmen has the power to affect the future of the Air Force by just sharing knowledge, experience and ideas.
  • Love Between Uniforms

    Sacrifice is defined as surrendering something of value as a means of gaining something more desirable. What are you willing to sacrifice for the good of your country? Within a marriage between two active-duty military members, there are both positive and negative elements. A positive is that they both understand their commitment to their job and
  • Life Outside of the Uniform

    In and out of uniform, Vandenberg Airmen are full-time warriors, and their passions extend beyond the work day. Each Airman brings a distinct and vital individuality to the uniform, and Team V is a better place because of it.
  • Weathermen explain why Vandenberg is so foggy

    The famed Californian Highway 1 not only provides a beautiful interconnection between our neighbors in Las Angeles and San Francisco, but lines the outside fences of the only launch port on the western sea board. Located an hour south of San Luis Obispo sits the 30th Space Wing’s northern most point, Point Sal, and an hour north of Santa Barbara
  • Man, Athlete, Airman

    At just the age of five, a boy was registered to play the game he would one day love; however, he hated the game until the age of 12. Although his love for the game didn’t come quickly, he kept playing due to the persistence and encouragement from his father. Fast forward to spring 2018, the same boy is not only experienced with the semi-pro
  • Vandenberg Airman is resilient

    The Air Force has a very diverse group of service members Oct. 1, 2018, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Vandenberg’s population has civilians, active duty military, guard members, and civil service.One of many similarities all these groups share is their resiliency in life. Senior Airman Lucy Rudat, 30th Wing Staff Agency commanders support
  • Vandenberg firefighters ready for fire prevention week

     Fire Prevention Week not only highlights fire safety, but the work that Vandenberg’s firefighters put in every day.In addition to working with fire prevention, Vandenberg’s firefighters also help put fires out quickly and efficiently as well as working with Santa Barbara County to keep the base and the community safe and fire-free.“We have an
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