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  • 233d Space Group

    233d Space GroupCol Michael Bruno, Commander COMM 720-259-5001 DSN 259-5001HistoryThe origin of the 233d Space Group can be traced back to the height of the Cold War. During the late 1970's, as the accuracy of the Soviet nuclear arsenal improved, Air Force Space Command planners identified the need for survivable missile warning systems. The first
  • 240th Civil Engineer Flight (CEF)

     240th Civil Engineer Flight Commander:  Col. Timothy MarkowitzCOMM 720-847-6653 DSN 847-6653Force Management: SMSgt John LiverisCOMM 720-847-6395Headquarters Pacific Air Forces (PACAF)-gained Engineer Unit comprised of 40 personnel. Provides Mobility Engineering Design and ANG Environmental Support. The 240th Civil Engineering Flight (CEF) is
  • Colorado Air National Guard "Firsts"

    The Colorado National Guard (CONG) is very proud of its 150-year heritage.  Did you know that the Colorado Air National Guard holds the title as the "First" to accomplish many things in the National Guard and Air Force?1946 - First federally recognized Air National Guard (ANG) unit.1956-1959 - First and only ANG aerial demonstration team.  The
  • Commander's Comments

    We have been in this business since 1923 when we began flying bi-planes from what is now approximately City Park in Denver. In 1946, the very first ANG federally recognized unit was our very own 120th Fighter Squadron. Throughout it's history, our Wing has been involved in all major conflicts and contingency operations, to include the current
  • History of the Colorado Air National Guard

    To get a complete understanding of the 140 Wing and its association with the Colorado Air National Guard, one must first focus on its subordinate unit, the 120th Fighter Squadron. The Colorado Air National Guard has a proud history that can be traced back to June 27, 1923 when the 120th Aero Observation Squadron, 45th Division, Aviation was
  • How do I schedule an flyover for my event?

    General Guidance      The first step in scheduling a flyover or static display is to go to the Secretary of the Air Force's Public Affairs office (SAF/PA) Web site. This Web site outlines the procedures for requesting approval for a flyover of static aircraft display for your event.    You must submit a Department of Defense Form 2535, to SAF/PA
  • Noise at Buckley AFB

      Buckley Air Force Base Flight OperationsThe Colorado Air National Guard is committed to being a good neighbor. We really appreciate the support we receive from the local community in Aurora and other surrounding neighborhoods. The following information is designed to improve your understanding of Buckley Air Force Base flying operations. We hope
  • Notes for November

    Men and Women of the 140th,I want to pass along a couple of thoughts as we enter the "dark ages" of winter and prepare for the Holiday Season.First of all, yesterday the 140th Operations Group received an "Outstanding" rating on their Standardization and Evaluation Inspection held over the past 2 weeks. Please join me in congratulating Col Loh and
  • Speaker's Bureau

    Speaker's BureauThe 140th Wing is pleased to provide public speakers for your schools, clubs, community organizations or special events. The speaker's bureau gives Air National Guardsmen the chance to directly interact with its neighbors in the community, professional organizations, schools, businesses and civic organizations. Our speakers consist
  • Useful Public Affairs Links

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