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  • 12th Flying Training Wing safety office deploys new drone detection system

    Commonly referred to as small unmanned aircraft systems, or sUAS, by the Federal Aviation Administration, these consumer-grade drones have been known to penetrate the airspace around Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph and other bases throughout the Air Force, adding yet another obstacle for pilots to

  • Defenders welcome new commander

    Maj. Cody Elliott handed over the reigns as 14th Security Forces Squadron commander to Maj. Michael Olson, during a change of command ceremony, June 7, 2021, on Columbus Air Force Base, Miss.

  • Deploying pride in the mission

    A unit deployment manager is responsible for educating the unit on its expeditionary role, ensuring personnel and equipment are ready to deploy and support contingency operations required by their unit.The 81st Security Forces Squadron takes pride in Staff Sgt. Lane Sanchez, 81st SFS unit deployment

  • Police Week 2020: Defender Busch Beats the Odds

    Hailing from Sugarloaf, Penn., Airman Busch started Air Force Basic Military Training May 20, 2019 and at graduation on July 19, 2019, she was all set to start a promising career as a Security Forces Defender. But after an accident during technical training, her childhood dreams were on the line.

  • Seeds of Innovation: Gen. Kwast Visits Altus AFB

    The commander of Air Education and Training Command, Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Lt. Gen. Steven Kwast and his wife Joni Kwast visited various squadrons and organizations at Altus AFB, Dec. 17-18, 2018. The tour was designed to showcase the innovation and modernization of training at the base,

  • Always serving: Airman saves train accident victims

    March 7, 2017, started out just like any normal work day at the 81st Security Forces Squadron, by Tech. Sgt. Matt Gormely’s account.A couple minutes after getting off his shift, his ordinary day turned into pure chaos filled with a panicking call for help over the police department radio from a