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  • Operation Kids Christmas a success at PCC

    Operation Kids Christmas kicked-off their 47th year with more than 500 volunteers, children and of course, Santa Clause at the Pacific Coast Club here Dec. 9. The 200 children that were chosen to participate in the event were from underprivileged homes in the surrounding communities of Santa Maria, Lompoc, Santa Ynez and Guadalupe. Col. Jack
  • Vandenberg defenders profiled in "Portraits in Courage"

    In an effort to recognize the ongoing heroism and accomplishments of Vandenberg Airman in deployed locations around the world, this web site will continue to post "Portraits in Courage," a synopsis of courageous acts performed by the men and women of Vandenberg AFB while deployed in support of the Global War on Terror. Staff Sergeant Lealofi N.
  • Vandenberg Airmen most deployable in Space Command

    Vandenberg has achieved and maintained the highest Individual Medical Readiness scores in all of Air Force Space Command. Air Force Standards require an 80 percent compliance rate, however, Space Command says that the rate needs to be 95 percent or higher. Vandenberg, with the highest rate in all of Space Command, has maintained a 92 percent or
  • Vandenberg recognizes Air Force Space Command's 2006 Air Force medical award winners

    The following individuals are Air Force Space Command's 2006 Air Force medical award winners. Outstanding Field Grade Bioenvironmental Engineer: Maj. Gregory Frick, 30th Medical Group Outstanding Company Grade Bioenvironmental Engineer Of The Year: 1st Lt. Kimberly Schwing, 30th MDG Col. Floyd M. Morris Field Grade Optometrist: Lt. Col. Timothy
  • Vandenberg dining facility best in Air Force Space Command

    The 30th Services Division here is the Air Force Space Command winner of the 2007 Air Force John L. Hennessy Award. This award is given to an installation for having the best food service program in the Air Force and is based on superior management, tremendous force readiness support, outstanding food quality and phenomenal customer relations.
  • Forecast bright, sunny for weather squadron

    In the fiery display of a rocket lifting off from its temporary land-based home, the day-to-day operations prior to that spectacular site sometimes get lost in the mix. For the many weeks prior to lift-off, rocket scientists, technicians, logisticians, and the many other hard-working people needed to achieve the end result, are hard at work
  • Fourteenth Air Force announces quarterly awards

    The 14th Air Force announced its quarterly award winners for the third quarter Thursday. The following Vandenberg members were recognized for their professionalism and dedication to service: Airman: Senior Airman Seth Jones, 30th Medical Operations Squadron Civilian Category III: Dan Ardoin, 30th Civil Engineer Squadron
  • Vandenberg short burst a success

    Vandenberg Airmen completed a series of exercises on Tuesday when the bases emergency response and as well as reactions while transitioning from Force Protection Condition Alpha to FCON Delta. "The two exercises completed 30 SW's annual exercise requirements," Sam Treat, Vandenberg Exercise, Inspections Management Specialist. The first phase of the