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Army Col. Mike Hatfield, the commander of the 100th Missile Defense Brigade, right, and Lt. Col. Michael Lane, the commander of the 117th Space Battalion, unfurl the colors of the 117th Space Battalion during a ceremony at Fort Carson, Colorado, to signify a command relationship change as the 117th is now assigned to the 100th for administrative and operational command and control. This change is part of a larger Colorado Army National Guard realignment to optimize the mission. (Photo by U.S. Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Zach Sheely, 100th Missile Defense Brigade Public Affairs Office)
117th Space Battalion shifts to 100th Missile Defense Brigade
By Staff Sgt. Zachary Sheely | Oct. 21, 2020
Two of the more unique Army National Guard units aligned Oct. 1. The 100th Missile Defense Brigade was assigned administrative and operational command and control of the 117th Space Battalion from the 89th Troop Command as part of a larger change in the structure of the Colorado Army National Guard.

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Matt Wessels and Senior Airman Mai Carson, phase dock crew chiefs assigned to the 140th Maintenance Group, Colorado Air National Guard, remove bolts on a 446 bulkhead during a 300 hour phase inspection at Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., Sep. 13, 2020. F-16 phase inspections are not only vital to the mainenance of the jet but also for the developent of the various maintainers that are invloved, whether that be anyone from phase crew, weapons to fuels. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Michelle Alvarez)
Colorado Air National Guard maximizes maintenance of aging F-16 fighter jets
By Maj. Kinder Blacke | Oct. 21, 2020
The 140th Wing’s fleet of F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft is over 30-years-old, and the Airmen of the 140th Maintenance Group, Colorado Air National Guard are responsible for ensuring the fighter jets remain mission-capable to defend the nation 24/7.

Sgt. 1st Class Denise Ronneburg stands for a photo in front of La Immaculada Primary School in Orange Walk, Belize, circa 1996. (Photo provided)
Belizean upbringing shaped 100th Missile Defense Brigade Soldier’s life
By Staff Sgt. Zachary Sheely | Oct. 20, 2020
Army Sgt. 1st Class Denise Ronneburg, the supply sergeant for the 100th Missile Defense Brigade, hails from Orange Walk and said her upbringing there provided the springboard to experiences that shaped her Army career and life.
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