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February 09 - February 15
  • 09
    09.February.Sunday

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)

    07:30 -16:30
    09-02-20-12-03-20

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)
    19-20 February | 0730 – 1630 | Bldg 210 | Classroom 2
    Open to all E1-E4 who have not attended Airmen Leadership School (ALS), and have not taken First Term Airmen Course (FTAC) in the past 12 months. This two-day seminar will cover topics on: education opportunities, time management, bullet-writing basics, understanding the evaluation system, effective communication, important career information, with a few mentoring sessions sprinkled throughout both days.

  • 10
    10.February.Monday

    Spring Soccer Registration

    00:00
    10-02-20-21-02-20

    Spring Soccer Registration
    10-21 February
    Registration opens for Spring soccer season beginning in March. All participants must complete a youth registration form, have a current sports physical and copy of current immunizations to include the flu shot in order to register.
    Cost is $85 and is for ages 5-12

    SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar (SNCOPES)

    07:30 -16:30
    10-02-20-13-02-20

    SNCO Professional Enhancement
    Seminar (SNCOPES)
    10-13 February | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 2
    Required for all First and Second Term Airmen within 12 to 15 months from 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 and Air National Guard.

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)

    07:30 -16:30
    10-02-20-13-03-20

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)
    19-20 February | 0730 – 1630 | Bldg 210 | Classroom 2
    Open to all E1-E4 who have not attended Airmen Leadership School (ALS), and have not taken First Term Airmen Course (FTAC) in the past 12 months. This two-day seminar will cover topics on: education opportunities, time management, bullet-writing basics, understanding the evaluation system, effective communication, important career information, with a few mentoring sessions sprinkled throughout both days.

    Reintegration Briefings

    10:00
    10-02-20-19-02-20

    Reintegration Briefings
    3, 5, 10, 12, 19, 24 & 26 February
    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.

    Informed Decision Seminar (IDS)

    13:00 -16:00
    10-02-20

    Informed Decision Seminar (IDS)
    10 February | 1300-1600 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 1
    Required for all First and Second Term Airmen within 12 to 15 months from 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.

  • 11
    11.February.Tuesday

    Spring Soccer Registration

    00:00
    11-02-20-22-02-20

    Spring Soccer Registration
    10-21 February
    Registration opens for Spring soccer season beginning in March. All participants must complete a youth registration form, have a current sports physical and copy of current immunizations to include the flu shot in order to register.
    Cost is $85 and is for ages 5-12

    SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar (SNCOPES)

    07:30 -16:30
    11-02-20-14-02-20

    SNCO Professional Enhancement
    Seminar (SNCOPES)
    10-13 February | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 2
    Required for all First and Second Term Airmen within 12 to 15 months from 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 and Air National Guard.

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)

    07:30 -16:30
    11-02-20-14-03-20

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)
    19-20 February | 0730 – 1630 | Bldg 210 | Classroom 2
    Open to all E1-E4 who have not attended Airmen Leadership School (ALS), and have not taken First Term Airmen Course (FTAC) in the past 12 months. This two-day seminar will cover topics on: education opportunities, time management, bullet-writing basics, understanding the evaluation system, effective communication, important career information, with a few mentoring sessions sprinkled throughout both days.

  • 12
    12.February.Wednesday

    Spring Soccer Registration

    00:00
    12-02-20-23-02-20

    Spring Soccer Registration
    10-21 February
    Registration opens for Spring soccer season beginning in March. All participants must complete a youth registration form, have a current sports physical and copy of current immunizations to include the flu shot in order to register.
    Cost is $85 and is for ages 5-12

    SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar (SNCOPES)

    07:30 -16:30
    12-02-20-15-02-20

    SNCO Professional Enhancement
    Seminar (SNCOPES)
    10-13 February | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 2
    Required for all First and Second Term Airmen within 12 to 15 months from 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 and Air National Guard.

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)

    07:30 -16:30
    12-02-20-15-03-20

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)
    19-20 February | 0730 – 1630 | Bldg 210 | Classroom 2
    Open to all E1-E4 who have not attended Airmen Leadership School (ALS), and have not taken First Term Airmen Course (FTAC) in the past 12 months. This two-day seminar will cover topics on: education opportunities, time management, bullet-writing basics, understanding the evaluation system, effective communication, important career information, with a few mentoring sessions sprinkled throughout both days.

    CAPSTONE

    09:00
    12-02-20-26-02-20

    CAPSTONE
    13, 20, & 27 February | 0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    12, 19, & 26 February | 1400 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    *Appointment Required
    Open to transitioning members who have completed all TAP GPS requirements. Mandatory completion for all personnel prior to final out-processing. During this event, the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all Congressionally mandated separation requirements.

    Reintegration Briefings

    10:00
    12-02-20-21-02-20

    Reintegration Briefings
    3, 5, 10, 12, 19, 24 & 26 February
    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.

    USA JOBS Training 101

    13:00 -14:00
    12-02-20

    USA JOBS Training 101
    12 February | 1300-1400 | Bldg. 606
    *Please register for the class by 7 February
    Join us as we discuss and help you create your USA Jobs profile. We will cover the importance of uploading a resume. We will assist you in navigating through the site and offer any additional information on applying for positions throughout Buckley
    For questions, information and registration please call
    720-847-9713 or email 460fss.NAFHRO@us.af.mil.

  • 13
    13.February.Thursday

    Spring Soccer Registration

    00:00
    13-02-20-24-02-20

    Spring Soccer Registration
    10-21 February
    Registration opens for Spring soccer season beginning in March. All participants must complete a youth registration form, have a current sports physical and copy of current immunizations to include the flu shot in order to register.
    Cost is $85 and is for ages 5-12

    SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar (SNCOPES)

    07:30 -16:30
    13-02-20-16-02-20

    SNCO Professional Enhancement
    Seminar (SNCOPES)
    10-13 February | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 210 | Classroom 2
    Required for all First and Second Term Airmen within 12 to 15 months from 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 and Air National Guard.

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)

    07:30 -16:30
    13-02-20-16-03-20

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)
    19-20 February | 0730 – 1630 | Bldg 210 | Classroom 2
    Open to all E1-E4 who have not attended Airmen Leadership School (ALS), and have not taken First Term Airmen Course (FTAC) in the past 12 months. This two-day seminar will cover topics on: education opportunities, time management, bullet-writing basics, understanding the evaluation system, effective communication, important career information, with a few mentoring sessions sprinkled throughout both days.

    CAPSTONE

    09:00
    13-02-20-27-02-20

    CAPSTONE
    13, 20, & 27 February | 0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    12, 19, & 26 February | 1400 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC | Rm. 140
    *Appointment Required
    Open to transitioning members who have completed all TAP GPS requirements. Mandatory completion for all personnel prior to final out-processing. During this event, the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all Congressionally mandated separation requirements.

    Pre-Deployment Briefings

    09:30 -10:00
    13-02-20-27-02-20

    Pre-Deployment Briefings
    13 & 27 February | 0930 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Rm. 140
    Briefing for members deploying, TDY 30+ days, or remote tours. Helps to prepare members and family for the deployment and connects family members with resources/helping agencies during the sustainment phase. Open to spouses as well, although childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible options).

  • 14
    14.February.Friday

    Spring Soccer Registration

    00:00
    14-02-20-25-02-20

    Spring Soccer Registration
    10-21 February
    Registration opens for Spring soccer season beginning in March. All participants must complete a youth registration form, have a current sports physical and copy of current immunizations to include the flu shot in order to register.
    Cost is $85 and is for ages 5-12

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)

    07:30 -16:30
    14-02-20-17-03-20

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)
    19-20 February | 0730 – 1630 | Bldg 210 | Classroom 2
    Open to all E1-E4 who have not attended Airmen Leadership School (ALS), and have not taken First Term Airmen Course (FTAC) in the past 12 months. This two-day seminar will cover topics on: education opportunities, time management, bullet-writing basics, understanding the evaluation system, effective communication, important career information, with a few mentoring sessions sprinkled throughout both days.

    2nd Friday

    15:00 -17:00
    14-02-20

    2nd Friday | 13 December | 1500
    Held the 2nd Friday each month.
    Stop by Panther Den for FREE snacks (until gone).

    Ice Castles

    17:00 -22:00
    14-02-20

    Ice Castles
    14 February • Dillon, CO
    Explore one of the six cities in North America that hosts the award-winning frozen attraction. Using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists, this experience comes to life. The castles include breathtaking LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones, ice-carved tunnels, slides, fountains and much more! We will stop for dinner on your own before the experience.
    Cost: $35 | R4R: $20
    Includes: Transportation and Ice Castle ticket
    Minimum age: 12
    Departs: 1700 | Returns: 2200

    Valentine’s Day Dance

    19:00 -22:00
    14-02-20

    Valentine’s Day Dance
    14 February | 1900-2200
    Come join in on the fun with games and contests (including best dressed, dance the limbo and king and queen cupid). Cost is $10, including pizza and drink and is for ages 9-18.

  • 15
    15.February.Saturday

    Spring Soccer Registration

    00:00
    15-02-20-26-02-20

    Spring Soccer Registration
    10-21 February
    Registration opens for Spring soccer season beginning in March. All participants must complete a youth registration form, have a current sports physical and copy of current immunizations to include the flu shot in order to register.
    Cost is $85 and is for ages 5-12

    Valentine’s Snowmobile Weekend Getaway

    06:30 -19:00
    15-02-20-16-02-20

    Valentine’s Snowmobile Weekend Getaway
    15-16 February | Grand Lake, CO
    This 2-day trip offers a great way to get into the mountains for the weekend. You’ll head up to the snowmobile capital of Colorado for two days and spend one night at the Gateway Inn. After spending the day in the mountains, enjoy an evening in the hot tub after your Valentine’s dinner for two.
    *Required pre-trip brief on Wednesday 12 February at 1700 at ODR
    **Must sign-up as couple
    Cost: $580 | R4R: $460
    Includes: Transportation, guides, fuel, lodging, two breakfasts, two lunches, two days of snowmobiling, snow pants, snow jacket, snow boots, all snowmobile equipment and gear, dinner for two
    Minimum age: 18+
    Departs: 15 February at 0630 | Returns: 16 February at 1900

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)

    07:30 -16:30
    15-02-20-18-03-20

    Airman Professional Enhancement Seminar (APES)
    19-20 February | 0730 – 1630 | Bldg 210 | Classroom 2
    Open to all E1-E4 who have not attended Airmen Leadership School (ALS), and have not taken First Term Airmen Course (FTAC) in the past 12 months. This two-day seminar will cover topics on: education opportunities, time management, bullet-writing basics, understanding the evaluation system, effective communication, important career information, with a few mentoring sessions sprinkled throughout both days.