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A weekly roundup of the latest headlines from the Schriever Sentinel, Peterson Space Observer and Fort Carson Mountaineer newspapers. Forward this email to a friend!

50th OSS trains warfighters with new course

The 50th Operations Support Squadron is holding its largest class to train 64 space operators. This is in response to the new officer undergraduate space training and enlisted space training courses being taught at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. [Read more

Colorado Springs welcomes new CASA

The U.S. Army appointed its newest civilian aide to the secretary of the Army (CASA) Nov. 7, 2019 during an investment ceremony at 4th Infantry Division headquarters at Fort Carson, Colorado. Secretary of the Army Ryan D. McCarthy selected Terrance McWilliams to represent the greater Colorado Springs area. [Read more]

Airman living the dream

Accomplishment takes many different shapes. Senior Airman Paul Karasiewicz, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron fire department driver operator, says his greatest accomplishment is showing up to work every day with a positive attitude. [Read more]

Colorado Publishing House events

2019 COS CEO Leadership Lessons Series: Randy Price, Rocky Mountain Restaurants

Dec. 12, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

The Warehouse, 25 W. Cimarron St. 

Join the 2019 COS CEO Leadership Lessons presented by iHeartRadio, UCCS, Amnet and the Colorado Springs Business Journal. A portion of the proceeds go to the 2019 Give! Campaign. Sponsors also include the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and EDC and Stockman Kast Ryan + Co.
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