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  • The bond of the Blue Beret

     The blue beret is unique to the men and women who serve as members of an elite group – the U.S. Air Force Security Forces. The beret represents the history of the United States Air Force Security Forces, and a legacy of commitment and sacrifice to our Nation and our people. "Because of it, we have

  • Born assumes command of AFSFC

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – Col. Phillip Born took charge of the Air Force Security Forces Center today during an assumption of command ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.The event was officiated by Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center Commander Maj. Gen.

  • Regional Training Conference held at Camp Guernsey

    Defender leaders from Air Force Global Strike Command, Pacific Air Forces, United States Air Forces in Europe and Desert Defender Ground Combat Readiness Training Center, came together for the first time March 15-17 at Camp Guernsey, Wyoming to participate in a Regional Training Center Workshop.

  • Family Tradition: Fuller siblings become wingmen

    The U.S. military is built on traditions. From learning to march in basic training to reveille and retreat, every branch of the military can trace its heritage based upon their traditions. The same can be said about family. Serving in the military can become the family tradition.

  • Out of the doghouse and onto the couch

    Dogs are known for their kind hearts, fluffy fur and lovable demeanors, but military working dogs are so much more, and for 17th Security Forces Squadron MWD Joy, she is not just a good dog, she is one of the best.

  • 14th annual Defender ruck honors fallen Airmen

    Beads of sweat rolled down many Airmen’s brows as familiar tunes echoed throughout vast and varied terrain. Marching over four miles to the beat of jodies, approximately 1,500 Airmen and guests participated in the 14th annual Defender Ruck on Nov. 12.

  • 628 ABW Security Forces Holds First ever Green Dog Seminar

    Military working dogs have been a vital part of our military since the early 1940’s. But how does the Air Force train our K9 partners? The 628th Security Forces Squadron from Joint Base Charleston is hoping to add best practices training to the curriculum going forward.

  • AFSFC initiatives modernize Total Force Defenders

    When it comes to equipping more than 38,000 security forces members across the Total Force, the Air Force Security Forces Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, seeks to give Defenders every advantage over their adversaries. The AFSFC Logistics Directorate is charged with making sure it