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  • Total Force Defenders beta testing AFSFC’s new weapons qualification course

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – Defenders from across the Total Force are currently beta testing a new Air Force security forces weapons qualification course designed to enhance proficiency across the career field.
  • A day full of anxiety: recounting 9/11

    On the day of 9/11, I was a junior in high school. Specifically, I was in in-school suspension for skipping a class the day prior. I was on a bad path and didn’t really have a lot of aspirations or discipline in my life. Most classrooms back then had the old, round TVs attached to the wall; however, in the suspension room we only had a radio. On the radio, reports came in about two commercial aircraft crashing in to the twin towers of the World Trade Center.
  • 355th SFS beta tests AFSFC's new weapons qualification course

    Airmen from the 355th Security Forces Squadron were selected to beta test the Air Force Security Forces Center's new weapons qualification course at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.
  • 841st MSFS Defenders sharpen skills at Fort Harrison

    MALMSTROM AIR FORCE BASE, Montana –  Defenders from the 841st Missile Security Forces Squadron spent the day at the Fort Harrison firing range village, completing multiple training exercises including breaching and weapon skills, culminating in the clearing of a mock village using training ammunition against simulated enemies. Staying vigilant in
  • Integrated Defense keeps Tyndall secure

    August may be recognized as Antiterrorism Awareness Month, but the military is aware all the time. The installation commander has the ultimate authority and responsibility when it comes to antiterrorism and force protection. The 325th Security Forces Squadron, tasked in leading initiatives and directives to meet the commander’s intent, develops the Installation Integrated Defense Plan and the Wing Antiterrorism Plan.
  • Security Forces, OSI consolidate personnel in Protective Services Operations

    State-side Department of the Air Force Protective Services Operations (PSO) were bolstered in April 2020 with the consolidation of Office of Special Investigations and Security Forces personnel under the 1st Field Investigation Squadron headquartered at Quantico, Virginia.
  • #AFDefender: Tech. Sgt. Zachary Tyler Shives

    (Editor's Note: National Police Week is May 9 -15. The week is set aside each year to honor all law enforcement officers – military and civilian – who have given their lives for our nation and their communities. In addition to honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, we wanted to use this month to recognize the work of security forces
  • 60th SFS partners with CDCR for K-9 joint training

    K-9 correctional officers from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation trained with the 60th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handlers. The CDCR conducted three separate, three-day training events at three different site locations throughout Northern California with Travis AFB as one of the sites.
  • #AFDefender: Master Sgt. Jason Pritchett

    (Editor's Note: National Police Week is May 9 -15. The week is set aside each year to honor all law enforcement officers – military and civilian – who have given their lives for our nation and their communities. In addition to honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, we wanted to use this month to recognize the work of security forces
  • #AFDefender: Tech. Sgt. Curtis J. Kapp

    (Editor's Note: National Police Week is May 9 -15. The week is set aside each year to honor all law enforcement officers – military and civilian – who have given their lives for our nation and their communities. In addition to honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, we wanted to use this month to recognize the work of security forces
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