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  • Defenders forge culture of service, remember fallen Airmen

    Expeditionary security forces squadrons share a culture across the globe—wherever the U.S. Air Force needs to fly aircraft into harm’s way. They are there keeping Airmen and resting aircraft safe. They patrol the fence line; control who steps onto the base.They do this with the knowledge that it’s

  • New Defender SUVs provide cooler, smoother ride for canines

    The Air Force Security Forces Center’s vehicle program delivered the first of new military working dog patrol vehicles to Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, as part of their initiative to modernize Defender equipment across the Air Force.

  • Bouncer Bot lends robotic hand to defenders

    A robotic workhorse has been assisting the 66th Security Forces Squadron here during the past month. Bouncer Bot, a remote process automated robot software, has been assisting Hanscom defenders at the Visitor Control Center complete background security checks on guests entering the installation.

  • AFSFC Airman aims to save world, one book at a time

    Air Force Security Forces Defender is a military working dog scheduler by day and a writer and illustrator by night. His books aim to effect positive change and open to conversation about sensitive topics.

  • Edwards responders create Rescue Task Force

    As communities and first and emergency responders learn from the unfortunate number of shootings that occur in the U.S., potentially more effective response paradigms are identified. One such change to responder tactics that was developed from lessons learned from shootings around the nation is an