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Brig. Gen. Wayne Monteith, 45th Space Wing commander, participates in a Cape Canaveral Air Force Station bike tour, emphasizing that fitness and a healthy lifestyle are essential to being a well-rounded Airman March 30, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo/Phil Sunkel) Pedals in motion

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Patrick AFB and Cape Canaveral AFS will migrate to a new cloud-based system scheduled to begin April 5, 2017, as part of the Collaboration Pathfinder project that will outsource collaborative services to the Microsoft Office 365 cloud-based platform. When the transition begins, users will see an initial pop up in their Outlook as shown in the graphic. Users will need to click on “Work or school account.” From there, users will replace the Electronic Data Interchange Personal Identifier (EDIPI) number, which is the string of numbers followed by @mil in the username box with their email address, and then leave the “password” field blank. Finally, users will select “sign in” to login into Microsoft Office 365 for the first time. (U.S. Air Force/screen capture graphic)  Change is coming
Airmen are seeing a change to their Outlook accounts that mirrors the capability that they have come to expect with their personal email.Beginning April 5, 2017, the base begins fully migrating to the Cloud Hosted Enterprise Services system, under the Collaboration Pathfinder project, increasing storage to 1,000 times of the old capacity.The
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Joseph Grenny, social scientist for business performance, shares his passion about how human behavior affects an organization March 30, 2017, at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. Grenny provided insight about how to communicate effectively when it matters most and when to step up to life's most important conversations in order to achieve positive results.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Phil Sunkel) Change begins with crucial conversation

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U.S. Air Force Graphic 25 Patrick-Cape members promote in April
Congratulations to the following 25 Team Patrick-Cape members who are scheduled to promote in the month of April: AIRMAN: Miranda S. Croom, 45th Contracting Squadron        AIRMAN 1st CLASS: James A. Keeney, Air Force Technical Applications Center                                      Valerie L. Reeves, Cyber Caps Squadron       Seth R. Williams,
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U.S. Air Force photo/Matthew Jurgens Patrick ALS graduates, class 17-3
Airman Leadership School students gather for a class photo March 13, 2017, at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. Airman Leadership School is a five-and-a-half week-long course that prepares Airmen to become noncommissioned officers. (U.S. Air Force photo/Matthew Jurgens)  The following graduated Patrick Air Force Base Airman Leadership School during a
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(From left to right) Thomas Self, Senator Marco Rubio’s regional director for the Central Florida region; Col. Burton Catledge, 45th Operations Group commander; Barbara Arthur, Senator Bill Nelson’s regional director; Brig. Gen. Wayne Monteith, 45th Space Wing commander; Rob Medina, Congressman Bill Posey’s director of community and military relations; and Lt. Col. Landon Raby, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District deputy commander, dig in during a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Range Communications Facility March 16, 2017, at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. The new $18.6 million facility is slated to be a 32,314-square-foot facility, replacing the former XY building and is scheduled for completion in 2018. (U.S. Air Force photo/Matthew Jurgens)   $18.6 million project begins on Cape
The 45th Space Wing’s communication capabilities took a giant step forward with the groundbreaking of the new Range Communications Facility March 16, 2017.  A ceremony was held to signify the start of construction for the Eastern Range’s $18.6 million project, which will replace the former XY communications building, and serve as the new work
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Brandon Daugherty, a Space Medical Contingency Specialist with the 45th Operations Group, Detachment 3, Human Spaceflight Support, talks to the team on the "Front Porch" floatation device that was unfolded and inflated by Pararescuemen and Combat Rescue Officers from the 103rd Rescue Squadron following a jump from the back of a C-17 at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, March 5, 2017. During this training, a rigid inflatible boat (known as a "Hard Duck") was dropped from a C-17 along with several jumpers and an inflatable device known as the "Front Porch".This device is intended to be mated to the Orion spacecraft, and can be used to support astronauts who have made a water landing in the Orion spacecraft following a flight. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher S. Muncy) Det. 3 supports NY ANG pararescuemen test of Orion spacecraft rescue support equipment
When NASA’s Orion spacecraft returns from its missions beyond the moon, the crew module will splash down in the ocean just like the Apollo capsules that took men to the moon and back in the 1970s.The space agency needs to make sure the rescue support equipment for the Orion crew module is practical, so NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory and the
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Gen. Jay Raymond, commander of Air Force Space Command, and Senior Airman Miller Swanson, 45th Security Forces Squadron installation entry controller, (left), checks identification cards March 8, 2017, at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. Raymond took an active interest in getting an up close look at the installation force protection processes. (U.S. Air Force photo/Matthew Jurgens)  Wing transforms, command takes notice
Airman Jordan King, 45th Civil Engineer Squadron emergency manager, was standing tall, ready for his room inspection in a newly renovated dormitory, when what happened next caught him by complete surprise. Gen. Jay Raymond, commander of Air Force Space Command, walked through the door to conduct an inspection. “Your room looks outstanding,” Raymond
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Angy Chambers, 45th Civil Engineer Squadron wildlife biologist, Brig. Gen. Wayne Monteith, 45th Space Wing commander, and Michael Blaylock, 45th Civil Engineer Squadron environmental conservation chief, discuss Florida scrub-jay habitat March 17, 2017, at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., and how prescribed fire is an important tool in maintaining the habitat. The 45th environmental conservation office is responsible for the protection and integration of natural resources at the Cape and for the 45th Space Wing’s mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Matthew Jurgens) 45th SW commander takes opportunity to shadow environmental stewards

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The U.S. Air Force’s 45th Space Wing supported United Launch Alliance’s successful launch of the WGS-9 spacecraft aboard a ULA Delta IV rocket from Space Launch Complex 37 at 8:18 p.m. ET March 18, 2017, at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.  The Air Force has been breaking barriers since 1947 and the successful WGS-9 launch marks an important occasion for the Wideband constellation as it is a major milestone in a 20-year multilateral partnership. (Courtesy photo/ULA) 45th SW supports successful Delta IV WGS-9 launch
The U.S. Air Force’s 45th Space Wing supported United Launch Alliance’s successful launch of the WGS-9 spacecraft aboard a ULA Delta IV rocket from Space Launch Complex 37 here March 18, 2017, at 8:18 p.m. ET. The Air Force has been breaking barriers since 1947 and the successful WGS-9 launch marks an important occasion for the Wideband
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