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1
  • Self-Development Workshop
    11:00 -13:00
    01-08-19

    Self-Development Workshop
    1 August | 1100-1300 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    Self-development feels like a modern buzzword; some of us do not even know how to effectively apply self-development principles. But, what if there was something to help you understand and apply the knowledge gained through self-development to reach your next level of achievement? The Self-Development Workshop is a 2-hour session designed to help individuals become the best version of themselves personally and professionally. Whether you have a career goal in mind or desire to improve aspects about yourself, this course can help you design a plan of action that will give you that needed nudge to make your goals become reality.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    01-08-19-06-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

2
  • Informed Decision Seminar (IDS)
    08:00 -12:00
    02-08-19

    Informed Decision Seminar (IDS)
    2 August| 0800-1200 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    Required for all First and Second Term Airmen within 12 to 15 months of their date of separation. This informational brief is designed to assist with making an informed decision on reenlistment or separation. Topics include Air Force compensation, retraining, assignments, Air National Guard and Air Reserve options and service life intangibles. Spouses are also welcome to attend.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    02-08-19-07-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

3
  • Bag a 14er
    04:00 -18:00
    03-08-19

    Bag a 14er
    3 August Mt. Bierstadt, CO
    Join ODR in bagging the 14,065-foot fourteener located in the Mount Evans Wilderness of Pike National Forest. Must be an advanced hiker. Must attend a pre-trip brief.
    *Must attend a How to Bag a 14er pre-trip brief
    Cost: $35 | R4R: $15
    Includes: Transportation, guides
    Minimum age: 18
    Departs: 0400 | Returns: 1800

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    03-08-19-08-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

4
  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    04-08-19-09-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

5
  • GPS Workshop
    07:30 -16:30
    05-08-19-09-08-19

    GPS Workshop
    5-9 August | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    *Pre-Separation Counseling is a pre-requisite for this class
    Open to all separating or retiring military members. Mandatory 5-day workshop for transitioning personnel. Congress has deemed that all separating personnel needs to be prepared for life after the Air Force. This class covers financial preparedness, military to civilian skills crosswalk, job search, resume writing, interviewing, VA benefits and a small job fair. Pre-separation counseling is a pre-requisite for this class.

  • Retraining 101
    07:30 -09:30
    05-08-19

    Retraining 101
    5 August | 0730-0930 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    Open to all of Team Buckley. This course will cover all of the details on what to do should you be interested in retraining in the future. The instructor will review where to go on-line and what to look at. It will provide guidance on the best way to start the process. Supervisors are highly encouraged to attend so they can assist their Airmen in the future.

  • Reintegration Briefings
    10:00 -11:00
    05-08-19-28-08-19

    Reintegration Briefings
    5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28 August | 1000 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Open to military members returning from deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours. This briefing is to help members reintegrate. Mandatory for all AF AD personnel within 4 days of returning. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    05-08-19-10-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

6
  • Bike Repair Class
    17:00 -18:00
    06-08-19

    Bike Repair Class
    6 August Outdoor Rec. & ITT
    Want to go biking on your own, but unsure of what to do if something goes wrong with your bike? Learn the essentials to feeling safe on the road. Learn how to change a tire, fix your chain, and other basics to keep you safe on the road.
    Cost: Free
    Includes: Instructor
    Minimum age: All ages welcome
    Starts: 1700 | Ends: 1800

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    06-08-19-11-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

7
  • Reintegration Briefings
    10:00 -11:00
    07-08-19-30-08-19

    Reintegration Briefings
    5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28 August | 1000 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Open to military members returning from deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours. This briefing is to help members reintegrate. Mandatory for all AF AD personnel within 4 days of returning. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    07-08-19-12-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

8
  • Bobby Padia Experience
    07:00 -18:00
    08-08-19-11-08-19

    Bobby Padia Experience
    8-11 August • Grand Mesa
    *Must attend a pre-trip brief 5 August at 1700
    Experience the western slope of Colorado and spend the weekend fishing, relaxing, and camping on the Grand Mesa. Take on some of the best fishing locations with our guides. Staying at Weir & Johnson campground, we will hike into nearby lakes, Leon Lake and Finney Cuts to catch some monster Brook and Rainbow Trout. Spend the evening fireside and enjoying the stars. Open to all levels of camping and fishing experience.
    Cost: $175 | R4R: $45
    Includes: Transportation, guides, camping equipment, fishing equipment, meals, campsites
    Does not include fishing license
    Minimum age: 12
    Departs: 0700 | Returns: 1800

  • Pre-Deployment Briefings
    09:30 -10:00
    08-08-19-22-08-19

    Pre-Deployment Briefings
    8 & 22 August | 0930 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    This briefing is from numerous agencies to help member prepare for deployment – to – This entails briefing from numerous agencies in order to help prepare members for deployment.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    08-08-19-13-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

9
  • Bobby Padia Experience
    07:00 -18:00
    09-08-19-12-08-19

    Bobby Padia Experience
    8-11 August • Grand Mesa
    *Must attend a pre-trip brief 5 August at 1700
    Experience the western slope of Colorado and spend the weekend fishing, relaxing, and camping on the Grand Mesa. Take on some of the best fishing locations with our guides. Staying at Weir & Johnson campground, we will hike into nearby lakes, Leon Lake and Finney Cuts to catch some monster Brook and Rainbow Trout. Spend the evening fireside and enjoying the stars. Open to all levels of camping and fishing experience.
    Cost: $175 | R4R: $45
    Includes: Transportation, guides, camping equipment, fishing equipment, meals, campsites
    Does not include fishing license
    Minimum age: 12
    Departs: 0700 | Returns: 1800

  • APES
    07:30 -16:30
    09-08-19

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)
    9 August | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 700
    140th Wing Auditorium
    Open to all E1-E4 who have not attended Airmen Leadership School (ALS). This 1-day seminar will cover topics on: education opportunities, time management, bullet-writing basics, understanding the evaluation system, professionalism and a speed mentoring round at the end.

  • 2nd Friday
    15:00 -17:00
    09-08-19-09-04-21

    Held the 2nd Friday each month.
    Stop by Panther Den for FREE snacks (until gone) and a chance to win a FSS gift card.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    09-08-19-14-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

10
  • Bobby Padia Experience
    07:00 -18:00
    10-08-19-13-08-19

    Bobby Padia Experience
    8-11 August • Grand Mesa
    *Must attend a pre-trip brief 5 August at 1700
    Experience the western slope of Colorado and spend the weekend fishing, relaxing, and camping on the Grand Mesa. Take on some of the best fishing locations with our guides. Staying at Weir & Johnson campground, we will hike into nearby lakes, Leon Lake and Finney Cuts to catch some monster Brook and Rainbow Trout. Spend the evening fireside and enjoying the stars. Open to all levels of camping and fishing experience.
    Cost: $175 | R4R: $45
    Includes: Transportation, guides, camping equipment, fishing equipment, meals, campsites
    Does not include fishing license
    Minimum age: 12
    Departs: 0700 | Returns: 1800

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    10-08-19-15-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

11
  • Outdoor Rock Climbing
    07:00 -16:00
    11-08-19

    Outdoor Rock Climbing
    11 August Garden of the Gods, CO
    Climbing Garden of the Gods presents the expert and the beginning climber with a range of options. Rock out while enjoying breathtaking views of the park.
    Cost: $50 | R4R: $25
    Includes: Transportation, gear, guides
    Minimum age: 16
    Departs: 0700 | Returns: 1600

  • Bobby Padia Experience
    07:00 -18:00
    11-08-19-14-08-19

    Bobby Padia Experience
    8-11 August • Grand Mesa
    *Must attend a pre-trip brief 5 August at 1700
    Experience the western slope of Colorado and spend the weekend fishing, relaxing, and camping on the Grand Mesa. Take on some of the best fishing locations with our guides. Staying at Weir & Johnson campground, we will hike into nearby lakes, Leon Lake and Finney Cuts to catch some monster Brook and Rainbow Trout. Spend the evening fireside and enjoying the stars. Open to all levels of camping and fishing experience.
    Cost: $175 | R4R: $45
    Includes: Transportation, guides, camping equipment, fishing equipment, meals, campsites
    Does not include fishing license
    Minimum age: 12
    Departs: 0700 | Returns: 1800

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    11-08-19-16-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

12
  • NCOPES
    07:30 -16:30
    12-08-19-14-08-19

    Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Enhancement Seminar (NCOPES)
    12-14 August | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    Open to all Technical Sergeants and Staff Sergeants. This 3-day seminar is designed to augment and reinforce information taught in basic military training, technical training, ancillary training, PME and job experience.

  • HUMAN PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP
    09:00 -14:00
    12-08-19

    HUMAN PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP
    12 August | 0900-1400 Bldg. 1032 | LDC
    The workshop content walks you through underlying physiology that governs our behavior, how to master those behaviors yourself and then finishes with applications for high functioning teams. It will provide you information that improves you as an individual, and the squadron by improving team dynamics to facilitate a process-focused, higher-performing organization. It’ll also cover “The Human Operating System”, which discusses how we’re wired and how understanding this information affords us infinite control of mind, body, and performance.

  • Reintegration Briefings
    10:00 -11:00
    12-08-19-04-09-19

    Reintegration Briefings
    5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28 August | 1000 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Open to military members returning from deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours. This briefing is to help members reintegrate. Mandatory for all AF AD personnel within 4 days of returning. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    12-08-19-17-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

13
  • NCOPES
    07:30 -16:30
    13-08-19-15-08-19

    Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Enhancement Seminar (NCOPES)
    12-14 August | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    Open to all Technical Sergeants and Staff Sergeants. This 3-day seminar is designed to augment and reinforce information taught in basic military training, technical training, ancillary training, PME and job experience.

  • Pre-Separation Benefits Briefings
    08:30 -12:00
    13-08-19-27-08-19

    Pre-Separation Benefits Briefings
    13, 20 & 27 August | 0830-1200 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    *Mandatory Benefits counseling for all separating/retiring personnel.
    Open to all separating or retiring military members. Congress has deemed that all separating personnel needs to be prepared for life after the military. This briefing covers benefits for military veterans as well as what is required to complete the congressionally mandated TAP –GPS process to separate/retire from the military.

  • CAPSTONE
    09:00 -14:00
    13-08-19-29-08-19

    CAPSTONE
    15, 22 & 29 August | 0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    13, 20 & 27 August | 1400 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    *Appointment Required
    Open to transitioning members who have completed all TAP GPS requirements. Mandatory for all personnel before they final out that this is completed. During this event, the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all documentation required by Congress to separate from the Military.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    13-08-19-18-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • NCOPES
    07:30 -16:30
    14-08-19-16-08-19

    Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Enhancement Seminar (NCOPES)
    12-14 August | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    Open to all Technical Sergeants and Staff Sergeants. This 3-day seminar is designed to augment and reinforce information taught in basic military training, technical training, ancillary training, PME and job experience.

  • Initial Tuition Assistance Briefing
    07:30 -08:30
    14-08-19-28-08-19

    Initial Tuition Assistance Briefing
    14 & 28 August | 0730-0830 | Bldg. 606 | Room 160
    All Active Duty and Active Guard Reserves are required to attend this mandatory briefing prior to using the Air Force Tuition Assistance (AFTA) for the first time. This briefing covers the use of TA and the member’s responsibilities in the process. Please contact the Education and Training Office to sign up for this briefing at education@buckley.af.mil

  • Reintegration Briefings
    10:00 -11:00
    14-08-19-06-09-19

    Reintegration Briefings
    5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28 August | 1000 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Open to military members returning from deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours. This briefing is to help members reintegrate. Mandatory for all AF AD personnel within 4 days of returning. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend.

  • How To Read a Credit Report
    13:00 -15:00
    14-08-19

    How To Read a Credit Report
    14 August | 1300-1500 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    All members of Buckley AFB and spouses. A financial essential to understand today’s credit world. Looking at the DNA of a Credit Report.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    14-08-19-19-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

15
  • Commander’s and First Sergeant’s Newcomers’ Orientation
    07:30 -12:00
    15-08-19

    Commander’s and First Sergeant’s
    Newcomers’ Orientation
    15 August | 0730-1200 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    *Register by 13 August
    Orientation for newly arrived Buckley Leadership. Provides AFI required briefs from numerous base agencies to First Sergeants, Chiefs, Superintendents, Senior Civilians and Commanders new to Buckley AFB or new to the senior leadership position.

  • CAPSTONE
    09:00 -14:00
    15-08-19-31-08-19

    CAPSTONE
    15, 22 & 29 August | 0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    13, 20 & 27 August | 1400 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    *Appointment Required
    Open to transitioning members who have completed all TAP GPS requirements. Mandatory for all personnel before they final out that this is completed. During this event, the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all documentation required by Congress to separate from the Military.

  • Self-Evaluation of Your Leadership Style
    13:00 -14:30
    15-08-19

    Self-Evaluation of Your Leadership Style
    15 August | 1300-1430 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    Self-evaluation of your leadership style–to be the best leader (and even follower) you can be, you need to take a step back and evaluate your leadership style (maybe your actual style is different from what you want it to be). We will go over various styles (there are multiple different styles from different professionals, we will touch on some of the more well known and ones the USAF uses in PME). This course requires you to look inward, to determine how you currently lead, your strengths and weaknesses. Periodically looking inward helps to make you a better leader.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    15-08-19-20-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    16-08-19-21-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

  • Family Movie Night
    18:30 -20:00
    16-08-19

    Family Movie Night
    21 December | 1830 | LDC
    Join us for a FREE Family Movie Night. This month we will be presenting december movie title here.
    Rated PG-13 for some Sci-fi action violence. Registration is recommended, but not required.
    To register, please visit www.460fss.com

  • End of Summer Lock-In
    20:00 -06:00
    16-08-19-17-08-19

    End of Summer Lock-In
    16-17 August | 2000-0600
    Celebrate back to school with your classmates!
    Cost is $15 in advance and $20 at the door and is for ages 9-18.

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  • Overnight Whitewater Kayaking
    07:00 -18:00
    17-08-19-18-08-19

    Overnight Whitewater Kayaking
    17-18 August Salida, CO
    Spend two days kayaking Browns Canyon! Relax at night while camping alongside the beautiful river. Your guides will take care of all the work so that you can enjoy the beauty of this amazing place and have the best experience possible.
    Cost: $435 | R4R: $200
    Includes: Transportation, guides, equipment, camping gear, all food
    Minimum age: 18
    Departs: 0700 | Returns: 1800

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    17-08-19-22-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

  • End of Summer Lock-In
    20:00 -06:00
    17-08-19-18-08-19

    End of Summer Lock-In
    16-17 August | 2000-0600
    Celebrate back to school with your classmates!
    Cost is $15 in advance and $20 at the door and is for ages 9-18.

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  • Overnight Whitewater Kayaking
    07:00 -18:00
    18-08-19-19-08-19

    Overnight Whitewater Kayaking
    17-18 August Salida, CO
    Spend two days kayaking Browns Canyon! Relax at night while camping alongside the beautiful river. Your guides will take care of all the work so that you can enjoy the beauty of this amazing place and have the best experience possible.
    Cost: $435 | R4R: $200
    Includes: Transportation, guides, equipment, camping gear, all food
    Minimum age: 18
    Departs: 0700 | Returns: 1800

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    18-08-19-23-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

19
  • Retiree Survivor Benefit Plan Briefing
    08:30 -09:00
    19-08-19

    Retiree Survivor Benefit Plan Briefing
    19 August | 0830-0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Members planning to retire from military service; spouses and dependents. SBP Briefing is to assist retiring members with making the best decisions for their family after their death. Receive information that helps them make a decision prior to retirement to provide another source of income.

  • Reintegration Briefings
    10:00 -11:00
    19-08-19-11-09-19

    Reintegration Briefings
    5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28 August | 1000 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Open to military members returning from deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours. This briefing is to help members reintegrate. Mandatory for all AF AD personnel within 4 days of returning. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    19-08-19-24-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • Pre-Separation Benefits Briefings
    08:30 -12:00
    20-08-19-03-09-19

    Pre-Separation Benefits Briefings
    13, 20 & 27 August | 0830-1200 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    *Mandatory Benefits counseling for all separating/retiring personnel.
    Open to all separating or retiring military members. Congress has deemed that all separating personnel needs to be prepared for life after the military. This briefing covers benefits for military veterans as well as what is required to complete the congressionally mandated TAP –GPS process to separate/retire from the military.

  • CAPSTONE
    09:00 -14:00
    20-08-19-05-09-19

    CAPSTONE
    15, 22 & 29 August | 0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    13, 20 & 27 August | 1400 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    *Appointment Required
    Open to transitioning members who have completed all TAP GPS requirements. Mandatory for all personnel before they final out that this is completed. During this event, the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all documentation required by Congress to separate from the Military.

  • Key Spouse Monthly Coffee
    09:30 -10:00
    20-08-19

    Key Spouse Monthly Coffee
    20 August | 0930 | Bldg. 1030 | 460th Space Wing Headquarters Conference Room
    Monthly coffee for installation Key Spouses, Mentors, Ombudsmen, FRG leaders, and Family Readiness Officers to network and obtain useful information and resources to help in the implementation of the role as a Key Spouse/Mentor. This month will feature annual SAPR training.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    20-08-19-25-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • Newcomers’ Orientation A&FRC
    07:30 -16:30
    21-08-19

    Newcomers’ Orientation A&FRC
    21 August | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    *Register by 20 August.
    **Required for All members new to Buckley AFB
    An integrative course that provides presentations from multiple base agencies and off-base partners. This class is designed to educate our newest Buckley members on resources available to them as they transition to Colorado and the local area. Continental breakfast provided! Spouses are encouraged to attend. Childcare is not provided, but contact the A&FRC for possible childcare options.

  • Reintegration Briefings
    10:00 -11:00
    21-08-19-13-09-19

    Reintegration Briefings
    5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28 August | 1000 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Open to military members returning from deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours. This briefing is to help members reintegrate. Mandatory for all AF AD personnel within 4 days of returning. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend.

  • #PDenParty
    15:00 -17:00
    21-08-19

    #PDenParty

    1500 | Panther Den
    Held the 3rd Wednesday each month
    Open to all E1-E4 service members
    FREE snacks (until gone)

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    21-08-19-26-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • Higher Education Track
    08:30 -16:00
    22-08-19

    Higher Education Track
    22 August | 0830-1600 | Bldg. 606 | Room 160
    This briefing is for transitioning service members. Members pursuing college education will receive guidance on how to prepare for the college application process. It addresses such topics as identifying educational goals, education funding, researching, and comparing institutions. MEMBER MUST ATTEND TAP-GPS WITH A&FRC BEFORE ATTENDING.

  • CAPSTONE
    09:00 -14:00
    22-08-19-07-09-19

    CAPSTONE
    15, 22 & 29 August | 0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    13, 20 & 27 August | 1400 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    *Appointment Required
    Open to transitioning members who have completed all TAP GPS requirements. Mandatory for all personnel before they final out that this is completed. During this event, the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all documentation required by Congress to separate from the Military.

  • Pre-Deployment Briefings
    09:30 -10:00
    22-08-19-05-09-19

    Pre-Deployment Briefings
    8 & 22 August | 0930 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    This briefing is from numerous agencies to help member prepare for deployment – to – This entails briefing from numerous agencies in order to help prepare members for deployment.

  • PCS with Ease
    13:00 -15:00
    22-08-19

    PCS with Ease
    22 August | 1300-1500 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    Required for all Service Members who have not PCS’ed within the last 4 years (not to include 1st duty assignment), who have had a significant life-changing event (ex. marriage, children), who have less than four years of service and who are experiencing their first OCONUS assignment. PCS preparation pre-departure services for members to make informed decisions. Helping agencies include finance, TMO, A&FRC, medical and more ***Do not wait for your orders to sign-up for brief. This brief is only offered once a month, please schedule at least the month prior to your PCS.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    22-08-19-27-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • Buckley Base Tour
    09:00 -12:30
    23-08-19

    Buckley Base Tour
    23 August | 0900-1230 | Bldg. 606 parking lot
    *Register by 21 August
    Open to all members of Buckley AFB who have base access. Come join us to discover new locations and visit the K9 Kennels. Your Airmen & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) will be hosting another Base Tour on Friday, 23 August 2019 and will depart from Bldg. 606 parking lot at 0900.

  • Study Skills 101
    11:30 -12:30
    23-08-19

    Study Skills 101
    23 August | 1130-1230
    Bldg. 606 | MSG Conference Room
    Open to all of Team Buckley. Are you stressed about an upcoming test? Do your study habits need improving? This course will help you understand effective ways to study, develop study routines that work for you and provide you with some test preparation tips.

  • Combat Aviation Advisor Recruiting Brief
    13:00 -14:00
    23-08-19

    Combat Aviation Advisor Recruiting Brief
    23 August | 1300–1430
    Bldg. 700 | 140th Wing Auditorium
    The 492nd Special Operations Training Support Squadron (492 SOTRSS), Outreach Division from Hurlburt Field, Florida, will be conducting an informational/recruiting briefing on Combat Aviation Advisors (CAAs). The briefing will be conducted on 23 August 2019 at the 140th Wing Auditorium (Bldg 700) @ 1300. CAAs reside at 6th Special Operations Squadron (6 SOS) and 711th Special Operations Squadron (711 SOS) located at Duke Field, Florida. CAAs are tasked to carry out Foreign Internal Defense (FID), Security Force Assistance (SFA) and Unconventional Warfare (UW) tasks on behalf of the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). The 6 SOS are recruiting individuals from the following career fields:
    11XXX – Pilot , 12XXX – Combat System Officer (CSO),
    13LXX – Air Liaison Officer (ALO)
    14NXX – Intelligence Officers
    1A9X1 – Special Mission Aviator (SMA)*,
    1C4X1 – Tactical Air Control Party (TACP)
    1NXXX – Intelligence Analyst*
    1P0X1 – Aircrew Flight Equipment (AFE)
    1T0X1 – Survival Evasion Resist & Escape (SERE),
    1U0X1 – Sensor Operator
    2A5X1 – Airlift Special Mission Aircraft Maintenance (MX)*
    3P0X1 – Security Forces (SF), 3D1X3 – RF Transmission Systems
    3D1X1 – Client Systems
    4N0X1C – Independent Duty Medical Technician (IDMT)
    48RXX – Residency Trained Flight Surgeon
    48GXX – General Medical Officer
    41AXX – Health Services Administrator
    *Well qualified applicants from other 1A, 1N and 2A AFSC’s considered by exception. If you have any questions, contact the 492 SOTRSS, Outreach Division at 492SOW.CAA.Hiring@us.af.mil

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    23-08-19-28-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    24-08-19-29-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

  • Give Parents a Break & Parents Night Out
    18:00 -22:00
    24-08-19

    Give Parents a Break & Parents Night Out
    24 August | 1800-2200 | Crested Butte
    *Sign-up by 21 August
    GPAB/PNO out will be combined. GPAB get your referral for free care from A&FRC, Life Skills, Chapel and First Shirts. PNO, anyone can attend with appropriate 1181s, Immunization at $5.00 an hour. Each month it is held, that CDC location will take all sign-ups at their facility it is held and that facility will staff the program that month. Must be in no later than the Wednesday before the event by Noon.

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  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    25-08-19-30-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • FTAC
    07:20 -17:00
    26-08-19-29-08-19

    First Term Airmen Course (FTAC)
    26-29 August | 0720-1700 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    For all First Term Airmen whose first duty station is Buckley Air Force Base. Required within 45 days of arrival on station. Courses are held once a month for 5 consecutive days.

  • Reintegration Briefings
    10:00 -11:00
    26-08-19-18-09-19

    Reintegration Briefings
    5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28 August | 1000 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Open to military members returning from deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours. This briefing is to help members reintegrate. Mandatory for all AF AD personnel within 4 days of returning. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    26-08-19-31-10-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • FTAC
    07:20 -17:00
    27-08-19-30-08-19

    First Term Airmen Course (FTAC)
    26-29 August | 0720-1700 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    For all First Term Airmen whose first duty station is Buckley Air Force Base. Required within 45 days of arrival on station. Courses are held once a month for 5 consecutive days.

  • Pre-Separation Benefits Briefings
    08:30 -12:00
    27-08-19-10-09-19

    Pre-Separation Benefits Briefings
    13, 20 & 27 August | 0830-1200 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    *Mandatory Benefits counseling for all separating/retiring personnel.
    Open to all separating or retiring military members. Congress has deemed that all separating personnel needs to be prepared for life after the military. This briefing covers benefits for military veterans as well as what is required to complete the congressionally mandated TAP –GPS process to separate/retire from the military.

  • CAPSTONE
    09:00 -14:00
    27-08-19-12-09-19

    CAPSTONE
    15, 22 & 29 August | 0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    13, 20 & 27 August | 1400 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    *Appointment Required
    Open to transitioning members who have completed all TAP GPS requirements. Mandatory for all personnel before they final out that this is completed. During this event, the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all documentation required by Congress to separate from the Military.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    27-08-19-01-11-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

  • A Night of Variety & Comedy
    19:00 -21:00
    27-08-19

    A Night of Variety & Comedy
    27 August | 1900 | LDC | Bldg. 1032
    Free Show…Family Friendly
    Ivan Pecel | Russ Merlin
    “Making Juggle Tolerable”
    “High Energy Comedy”

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  • FTAC
    07:20 -17:00
    28-08-19-31-08-19

    First Term Airmen Course (FTAC)
    26-29 August | 0720-1700 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    For all First Term Airmen whose first duty station is Buckley Air Force Base. Required within 45 days of arrival on station. Courses are held once a month for 5 consecutive days.

  • Bullet-Writing
    09:00 -14:00
    28-08-19

    Bullet-Writing
    28 August | 0900 – 1100
    Bldg. 700 | 140th HQ Wing Auditorium
    Open to all Team Buckley. Do you have writers’ block when it comes to writing bullets? This class will teach you how to take that pile of information and sharpen it into a bullet that even your Chief would approve of! The skills of bullet writing will be taught and then put to practice in some writing exercises.

  • Reintegration Briefings
    10:00 -11:00
    28-08-19-20-09-19

    Reintegration Briefings
    5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28 August | 1000 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Open to military members returning from deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours. This briefing is to help members reintegrate. Mandatory for all AF AD personnel within 4 days of returning. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    28-08-19-02-11-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • FTAC
    07:20 -17:00
    29-08-19-01-09-19

    First Term Airmen Course (FTAC)
    26-29 August | 0720-1700 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    For all First Term Airmen whose first duty station is Buckley Air Force Base. Required within 45 days of arrival on station. Courses are held once a month for 5 consecutive days.

  • CAPSTONE
    09:00 -14:00
    29-08-19-14-09-19

    CAPSTONE
    15, 22 & 29 August | 0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    13, 20 & 27 August | 1400 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    *Appointment Required
    Open to transitioning members who have completed all TAP GPS requirements. Mandatory for all personnel before they final out that this is completed. During this event, the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all documentation required by Congress to separate from the Military.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    29-08-19-03-11-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    30-08-19-04-11-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.

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  • Home Alone Class
    12:00 -15:00
    31-08-19

    Home Alone Class
    31 August | 1200-1500
    Learn the skills needed to safely stay home alone. Basic first-aid, emergency care and easy food recipes. Cost is $10 and is for ages 10-18.

  • PYS 102A: General Psychology
    17:30 -21:30
    31-08-19-05-11-19

    PYS 102A: General Psychology
    27 August-1 October
    Fulfills CCAF Social Science requirement
    This course provides an overview of the field of psychology, including psychological principles, methods, theories, and research broadly applied to various domains within the scope of psychology as a field. Topics from the biological basis of behavior to social applications for psychology are included. Class is held at the Airman Leadership School Bldg. 30 Tuesday night’s 1730-2130.