Join Now! The Colorado National Guard wants you!!!

Clickable image for Coronavirus information Clickable image for CAC/ID Cards pdf information Clickable image for RTI & HAATS Access the SharePoint intranet portal


Latest News

Members of the 138th Space Control Squadron, Colorado Air National Guard gather for a group photo at a forward operating base on Schriever Space Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Oct. 21, 2022. The Airmen of the 138th SPCS participated in the Neptune Falcon Exercise to test their capabilities in a contested multi-domain operation designed in preparation for real world space control missions. (U.S. Space Force Photo by Mr. Dennis Rogers)
Colorado’s 138th Space Control Squadron pioneers new training
By Mr. John Rohrer, 140th Wing Public Affairs | Dec. 1, 2022
The Colorado Air National Guard’s 138th Space Control Squadron, in conjunction with the National Space Test and Training Complex, conducted a training event named “Neptune Falcon,” which took place at Schriever Space Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colorado, to test new capabilities for meeting wartime objectives in the space domain.

For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty on 23 May 1944, near Carano, Italy. With his platoon heavily engaged during an assault against forces well-entrenched on commanding ground, 2d Lt. Barfoot (then TSgt.) moved off alone upon the enemy left flank. He crawled to the proximity of one machine-gun nest and made a direct hit on it with a hand grenade, killing two and wounding three Germans. He continued along the German defense line to another machine-gun emplacement, and with his tommy gun killed two and captured three soldiers. Members of another enemy machine-gun crew then abandoned their position and gave themselves up to Sgt. Barfoot. Leaving the prisoners for his support squad to pick up, he proceeded to mop up positions in the immediate area, capturing more prisoners, and bringing his total count to 17. Later that day, after he had reorganized his men and consolidated the newly captured ground, the enemy launched a fierce armored counterattack directly at his platoon positions. Securing a bazooka, Sgt. Barfoot took up an exposed position directly in front of three advancing Mark VI tanks. From a distance of 75 yards his first shot destroyed the track of the leading tank, effectively disabling it, while the other two changed direction toward the flank. As the crew of the disabled tank dismounted, Sgt. Barfoot killed three of them with his tommy gun. He continued onward into enemy terrain and destroyed a recently abandoned German fieldpiece with a demolition charge placed in the breech. While returning to his platoon position, Sgt. Barfoot, though greatly fatigued by his herculean efforts, assisted two of his seriously wounded men 1,700 yards to a position of safety. Sgt. Barfoot's extraordinary heroism, demonstration of magnificent valor, and aggressive determination in the face of point-blank fire are a perpetual inspiration to his fellow soldiers. (U.S. Army file photo)
Fort Pickett to be renamed Fort Barfoot, has Colorado National Guard connection
By By David Schmidt, Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Information Technology Specialist & Interim CONG Historian | Nov. 23, 2022
A congressional commission tasked with renaming U.S. Army bases previously named after Confederate officers is rebranding Fort Pickett to Fort Barfoot, in honor of World War II Medal of Honor recipient U.S. Army Tech. Sgt. Van T. Barfoot.

U.S. Army Sgt. Liam Seagle, 147th Brigade Support Battalion, Colorado Army National Guard helps set up a tent during an external evaluation in Camp Rilea, Oregon, July 11, 2022. Seagle is part of the Colorado National Guard’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield explosive Enhanced Response Force Package. ExEval is a 24-36-month certification process that validates CERFP’s mission readiness and capability. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Clark)
Soldier’s desire to learn proves value in Colorado National Guard
By U.S. Army Sgt. Elizabeth Clark | Nov. 9, 2022
The CERFP responds to CBRNE incidents and assists local, state, and federal agencies with consequence management by providing capabilities to conduct patient and mass casualty decontamination, emergency medical services, and casualty search and extraction. The unit is comprised of Army and Air National Guard personnel to create a flexible force to combat fallout from large-scale incidents.
Media Releases