The 39th running of the Buffalo Stampede on the beautiful and historic Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, the top ICBM wing in Air Force Global Strike Command, home of 150 Minuteman III ICBMs and some of the hardest working men and women and their families in Global Strike Command. As you run through base, take the time to admire the historic brick buildings which have been in existence since the late 1800s-you may even catch a glimpse of an antelope; they will charge! We will have two courses, a 5k and a 10k! Runners and families are all welcome to participate and see our beautiful Air Force Base which supports the nuclear mission every single day!
$10 dollars for pre-registration
$15 dollars for day of race registration
$20 dollars for families that want to run the 5k
The location of the start of the race will be the east side of the Parade field by the gazebo. The Buffalo Stampede is a long standing tradition that shows off F.E. Warren AFB to the local community while also allowing many military and civilian runners to showcase what they are capable of.
FOR THOSE WITH NO BASE ACCESS:
Parking will be available at the closed gate off Missile Drive. From I-25, take the Missile drive exit. If you continue straight on missile drive, you will see a shut down gate to base with a parking lot on the right hand side. Please view our "39th Annual Buffalo Stampede" Facebook page to view an image of the parking location. Parking is limited, so it would help to carpool with others. The shuttle will be arriving around 6:30am to start sponsoring folks on base. There will most like be multiple trips, so if its not there, it will be shortly. YOU NEED A CURRENT LICENSE OR ID TO GET ON BASE! As always call me at my cell listed below for any issues.
FOR THOSE WITH BASE ACCESS:
We will be meeting at the gazebo on the far side of the parade field. Right behind the bleachers. Show time is 0700-0730. Parking is available in multiple spots around the parade field. Please leave the missile drive parking for those individuals without base access. There will also be signs to guide you to the correct spot.