Education & Training

The Buckley SFB Education & Training section centrally manages administration of all education and training matters at Buckley.

Total Force Training

Education & Training supports the long-range Air Force goals for maintaining a high quality force and enhancing professional and personal development, recruitment, retention, and readiness. The center, located on E. A-Basin Ave in Bldg. 606, offers some of the most advanced methods of training available. Students not only participate in traditional classroom instruction, but may also take advantage of live satellite-delivered interactive video instruction.

The co-located Base Training Office assists unit personnel in training for mission related functions. It also manages the Career Development Course Program and conducts staff assistance visits. A Learning Resource Room is located in the office, with CLEP/DSST study guides and the Chiefs Reading list available for a two-week checkout. The Buckley SFB Education & Training Section is accessible to all military, veterans, civilians and spouses.

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Combatting Trafficking in Persons

What is Trafficking in Persons?

Trafficking in persons, also called human trafficking, is a crime and a human rights abuse. The three most common forms of trafficking in persons (TIP) that DoD personnel may encounter are:

  • Sex trafficking
  • Labor trafficking (forced labor)
  • Child soldiering

The Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000 defined “severe forms of trafficking in persons” in 22 U.S.C 7102(11) as:

  1. Sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which a person induced to perform such act has not attained 18 years of age
  2. The recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for labor or services, using force, fraud, or coercion for the purpose of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery

eLibrary Services

While Buckley Space Force Base doesn’t have a dedicated, brick-and-mortar library, there are many great resources available to the Buckley Community.

One of these resources is the USAF eLibrary Online Resources. These resources are available as a service to Active Duty, DoD Civilian, retirees, and dependents to access secure resources. This is a massive online repository of resources to include but not limited to audio books, ebooks, videos, movies, cultural awareness literature, language learning, news, reference, educational resources, film and music. All of this is FREE to access.

Click on the following attachment for more information on how to access this fantastic resource.

Another of the resources available to our Buckley Community is the Aurora Public Libraries’ “Books on Wheels” program. This program visits the Buckley Installation Housing area every three weeks. For the next available visit, please keep an eye out for the Buckley Bulletin and other marketing sent out by the FSS Team. The Aurora Public Library is within 5 miles of the installation and has a lot of great programming available for anyone interested. For more information on available Aurora Public Library programming, please visit them at