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  • AFGSC Issues PCB Memo for Health Care Providers

    AFGSC published a memorandum signed by commander Gen Bussiere documenting the presence of PCBs at missile facilities based on an environmental survey by USAFSAM, acknowledging PCBs likely also present at decommissioned Peacekeeper and Titan missile facilities operated by many now-separated, retired

  • AFGSC, USAFSAM hold Missile Community Cancer Study virtual town hall

    AFGSC Commander Gen. Bussiere held a virtual town hall Feb. 23 with current and former missile community members currently serving throughout several organizations to provide updates on environmental sampling results, Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) mitigation efforts, and the results from the

  • USAFSAM continues Missile Community Cancer Study for 90 MW

    U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine teams visited all of F.E. Warren Air Force Base’s missile alert facilities as part of the ongoing missile community cancer study at all three intercontinental ballistic missile wings in Air Force Global Strike Command, July 13, 2023. While there, the teams

  • Email the Missile Community Cancer Study Team

    Airmen, Guardians and family members past and present from the Missile Community can scan the QR code if you have questions. The code will link you directly to an email that goes straight to the Missile Community Cancer Study team.

  • Gen. Bussiere briefs senior leaders on missile community cancer study process

    Recently, Gen. Thomas A. Bussiere, commander, Air Force Global Strike Command, along with Col. Lee Williames, AFGSC Command Surgeon, briefed Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall , Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. C.Q. Brown, Jr., and other key U.S. Air Force and Space Force leaders on the

  • U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine completes visits to ICBM bases

    The U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine began conducting its formal assessment for the Missile Community Cancer Study by visiting Air Force Global Strike Command’s three intercontinental ballistic missile bases.This step officially begins addressing specific cancer concerns raised by missile