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Protection Strategies Incorporated Hirin…

06-11-2019 Hits:210 Guardmount/News

Protection Strategies Incorporated Hiring

Protection Strategies Incorporated (PSI), a Service Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), engages industry recognized professionals worldwide to provide security management and consultant services to U.S. Departments and Agencies, international organizations, and commercial corporations.

 

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JBSA-Lackland, USPS San Antonio Honor Mi…

29-10-2019 Hits:291 Guardmount/News

JBSA-Lackland, USPS San Antonio Honor Military Working Dogs

By Vicki Stein, AFIMSC Public Affairs, 15 August 2019

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – Members of the Security Forces community and the U.S. Postal Service gathered at the Military Working Dog Monument here Aug. 15 for a local ceremony to unveil the new U.S. Postal Service MWD forever stamp.

 

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American Lake Veteran’s Golf Course

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American Lake Veteran’s Golf Course

By: Capt (ret) David Van Pay

As an avid golfer, I’ve played nearly all the public golf courses in western Washington. One of the neat courses I’ve played is the American Lake Veteran’s Golf course, Lakewood, WA. The front nine holes is old school. Wide open fairways with tiny greens. The back nine was designed and built by Jack Nicklaus a couple years ago. The back nine plays like a resort course that holds your attention on every s...

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IDEAS FOR A BUG OUT BAG

29-10-2019 Hits:265 Guardmount/News

IDEAS FOR A BUG OUT BAG

By Rick Fulton , (Part 1 of a 2 part series)

A bug out bag in the car trunk or bedroom closet is a first priority kind of grab and go kit, for immediate use the first two days of a disaster, and then as a building block for a longer period, if needed.

What should be in a bug out bag? The very first item is an inventory list inside, right on top. You immediately know what you have to work with.

Be the injury major or minor, you n...

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From the Security Directorate

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Our Path to a More Lethal and More Ready Defender!

By BG (Sel) Roy W. Collins, SF Director 24

It has been a fast month stepping in as your new Director of Security Forces. I made a promise during this time to assess where we are and more importantly, how to move us forward.

There is no question that our Security Forces Airmen deserve the absolute best opportunity to achieve their mission, whether it’s in the missile field, on a flight line or at any of our ins...

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An Air Force first — a Sikh in beard and…

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An Air Force first — a Sikh in beard and turban graduates at Lackland

Airman 1st Class Sunjit Singh Rathour stood out in the crowd as he graduated Thursday from Security Forces training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.It was inevitable, given that he was the only airman in Team 36 wearing a beard and a turban as he crossed the stage.“To be honest, it went in the blink of an eye,” he told reporters. “It felt amazing...

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CSAF Charts Air Force Defender Way Forwa…

02-10-2019 Hits:1647 Guardmount/News

CSAF Charts Air Force Defender Way Forward in the Year of Integrate Base DefenseBy Alex Delgado, 502 ABW Public Affairs / Published October 02, 2019

 

Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein addresses Security Forces Defenders, past and present, at the 33rd Air Force Security Forces Association national meeting banquet in San Antonio 28 Sept 2019, in San Antonio, Texas.<...

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Front Range Chapter Carries the Torch

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Front Range Chapter Carries the Torch for Special Olympics Colorado Summer Classic

By CMSgt (ret) Joseph “Mitch” Mitchell, Front Range Chapter Chairman

No, this wasn’t the first time Security Police or Security Forces ever participated in a Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR). And, it was far from a first-time LETR event for Special Olympics Colorado involving members of the U.S. Air Force. But, ...

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First Female Airman Graduates Army's Ran…

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First Female Airman Graduates Army's Ranger School

Travis AFB, CA -- 30 August 2019

Story by TSgt Liliana Moreno, 621st Contingency Response Wing Public Affairs

 

U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. Chelsey Hibsch made history by becoming the first female in the U.S. Air Force ...

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“Hey dude, are you okay?”

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“Hey dude, are you okay?”

FighterLine, 301st Fighter Wing PA, NAS Fort Worth, JRB, TX, April 2019

By Col. Mitchell Hanson, 301 FW/CC

Commander’s Corner

Chief Safley and I visited our security forces squadron at the U.S. Air Force Academy two weeks ago while they were conducting their annual tour training. The facilities were great, the backdrop was amazing and the training they accomplished was super. In two weeks, our SFS was able to complete training that wou...

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SF Magazine Oct-Dec 2019

  • CSAF Charts AF Defender Way Forward in the Year of Integrated Base Defense
  • First Female Airman Graduates Army's Ranger School
  • Minnesota Law Enforcement Team in the Law Enforcement Museum
  • CONGRATS are in order ...
  • Front Range Chapter Carries the Torch for Special Olympics Colorado Summer Classic
  • Eagle Chapter Features 'Guardmount Honor Flight'
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