Barksdale Command Post my workspace by: nicole denton

In the Barksdale Command Post I sit in front of:

  • 6 computer monitors
  • 4 television screens
  • 3 systems from the 60s
  • a telephone with 6 phone lines
  • a radio system that projects all base radios

I am constantly connected to hundreds of people all over the world.

Photo of MSgt Amber Perry, AFRC, 307BW/CP

I spend approximately 60 hours a week in this basement and I have grown accustomed to working in this chaotic dungeon. There is never a quiet moment and there is always some sort of background noise. Thankfully I am on night shifts so there is much less going on during my shifts and I have much more time to do my homework on shift.

Photo of 2d Lt Courtney Davis, AFRC, 307th AMXS

Due to my office being a secure location, all photos were retrieved from Air Force Global Strike Command and 307th Bomb Wing websites.


Snyder, Jonathan. "Barksdale 28 Days." Air Force Global Strike Command. US Air Force, 24 Feb. 2014. Web. 9 Dec. 2016.

Walston, Jeff. "Command Post: Stepping up to the Plate." 307th Bomb Wing. US Air Force, 27 June 2014. Web. 9 Dec. 2016.


Created with images by ** RCB ** - "homework"

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