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  • Career Assistance Advisor enlightens Airmen

    With access to more than 130 different career fields, and numerous special duty opportunities, Airmen across the Air Force are often afforded the chance to find a profession that best suits them. In an effort to make this vast amount of career-opportunity information easily understandable and available to Airmen – many bases, to include Vandenberg,
  • Pair 2 win program promotes healthy habits

    With the stressors commonly associated with military service weighing on Airmen and their families, remaining physically fit is an important component to maintaining essential resiliency. Through this mentality, Vandenberg kicked-off the annual Pair 2 Win competition, here, Jan. 20. Participants competed in groups of two and attempted to lose body
  • Sergeant Campbell STEPs up

      Promotion via Stripes for Exceptional Performers, or the STEP program, is nearly as a rare as a leprechaun sighting, but unlike a leprechaun sighting which relies on luck, the STEP program is based solely in the hard work and dedication of the individual. Staff. Sgt. Katheryn Campbell, 30th Medical Support Squadron medical readiness flight
  • Behavioral health optimizes Team V

    With a multitude of stressors in the military, like deployments, being responsible for million dollar assets, or even just moving frequently from base to base, the Behavioral Health Optimization Program at the 30th Medical Group is designed to help.BHOP reduces barriers and stigma to accessing help for common but challenging problems. Enabling
  • Three decades for the people

    Almost 30 years ago, a young man fresh out of high school walked into the Oceanside Police Department in southern California, eager to begin his dream job as a law enforcement officer.He approached the front desk with the innocence that most teenagers carry, and stated, "Hey, I want to be a cop." The dispatchers snickered at his sincere statement
  • TDDEC supports training mission

     With carefully orchestrated operations spanning the globe, all forms of Air Force training are essential to ensure Airmen remain safe and accomplish the job efficiently.With this in mind, the Vandenberg Training Device Design and Engineering Center has supported the Air Force space and missile mission around the world, by providing training
  • TDDEC supports training mission

    With carefully orchestrated operations spanning the globe, all forms of Air Force training are essential to ensure Airmen remain safe and accomplish the job efficiently.With this in mind, the Vandenberg Training Device Design and Engineering Center has supported the Air Force space and missile mission around the world, by providing training devices
  • Behavioral health optimizes Team V

    With a multitude of stressors in the military, like deployments, being responsible for million dollar assets, or even just moving frequently from base to base, the Behavioral Health Optimization Program at the 30th Medical Group is designed to help.BHOP reduces barriers and stigma to accessing help for common but challenging problems. Enabling
  • Three decades for the people

    Almost 30 years ago, a young man fresh out of high school walked into the Oceanside Police Department in southern California, eager to begin his dream job as a law enforcement officer.He approached the front desk with the innocence that most teenagers carry, and stated, "Hey, I want to be a cop." The dispatchers snickered at his sincere statement
  • Motorcycle safety: never out of season

    The Vandenberg Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club and the base safety office recently teamed up to host the annual motorcycle safety briefing with guest speaker Eric Trow, the owner of Stayin' Safe Advanced Rider Training.Aside from fulfilling the annual requirement for base motorcyclists the briefing also served to introduce riders to
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