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SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Second Lt. Justin Overmyer of the 1st Space Test Squadron here reads to children at the Child Development Center as part of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. The readings will be held Wednesdays throughout May from 9 to 9:30 a.m. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lorna Gutierrez) Little Drummers

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2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Master Sgt. Douglas Perry is the 22nd Space Operations Squadron superintendent. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) Chief's Pick - Week Ending May 11
Master Sgt. Douglas Perry, 22nd Space Operations Squadron superintendent, is the 50th Space Wing's Chief's Pick for the week ending May 11.AT WORKJob description: Squadron superintendent. Best part of your job: Interaction with people, especially people at remote detachments. Best Air Force experience: My deployment to Haiti. Time at Schriever: One
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Deer mice such as the one pictured here may carry hantavirus, which produces symptoms such as fever, headache and muscle pain, coughing and difficulty breathing. Most people who come into contact with the virus do so by accidentally disturbing rodent nests. (National Park Service photo/John Good) Entomology expert shares hantavirus info
Hantavirus was the topic of a discussion presented at Schriever May 8 by a master consultant in entomology with the U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventative Medicine-West.Though not common, hantavirus has been known to rear its ugly head from time to time, as it did recently in the death of a 28-year-old Alamosa County, Colo., woman
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Default Air Force Logo 21st SOPS receives AFA's Schilling Award
The 21st Space Operations Squadron here recently received the Air Force Association's David C. Schilling Award for 2007. This is the second time in three years 21st SOPS has won the Schilling award, which recognizes outstanding contributions to national defense in the field of manned flight in the atmosphere or space. "Winning an award like this
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2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Shane Griffiths of the 50th Comptroller Squadron goes airborne to take control of the ball in soccer action May 10. 50th CPTS defeated the 4th Space Operations Squadron 4-1. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lorna Gutierrez) 50th CPTS triumphs in soccer action
The 50th Comptroller Squadron started slow but finished strong as they rolled over the 4th Space Operations Squadron 4-1 in intramural soccer action May 10. It was 4th SOPS who came out strong at the beginning, attacking the goal and eventually getting a score from Carlos Nivia, putting his team up 1-0 in the first quarter. After the score, 50th
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The Warfighter Support Center is part of the Missile Defense Agency at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo. Missile defense 'in great shape' -- MDA
The list of countries with weapons of mass destruction seems to grow daily, but the United States is prepared for the threats, according to the director of the Missile Defense Agency's Warfighter Support Center here. Steve Fleet gave an update on the nation's missile defense system during a Military Officers Association of America meeting at
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2007
Default Air Force Logo News Briefs for May 10, 2007
Below are News Briefs for Thursday, May 10, 2007. To submit a news brief for the public Web site, send an e-mail to flyer@schriever.af.mil titled "News Brief"Wing commander's call May 10 Col. John Hyten, 50th Space Wing commander, will hold two commander's calls in the Main Fitness Center here May 10. All 50th SW military and civilian personnel
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2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Master Sgt. Gregory Morgan of the Space Innovation and Development Center's 17th Test Squadron was named one of Air Force Space Command's 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year April 27. In the background are photos of his children: Elizabeth, age 11, and Gregory, age 7. Sergeant Morgan has been assigned to 17th TS for about 2½ years and has been in the Air Force since 1991. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) Schriever's Outstanding Airman a master of all trades
The operations superintendent's role at the 17th Test Squadron here could be described as a "jack-of-all-trades" job. The current occupant in that role, however, is nothing short of a master. Master Sgt. Gregory Morgan's experience in the job is his first in a superintendent position -- but his work has earned him the honor of being named one of
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2007
NEW BOSTON AIR FORCE STATION, N.H. -- New cardiovascular machines and free weights offer a comprehensive workout for members of the 23rd Space Operations Squadron here. The new Tracker's Den Fitness Center opened here May 2. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Tim Frank) New Boston AFS unveils new fitness center
It once served as a cafeteria, a club and an education center. More recently, Building 118 here has been an underused facility with much potential. The idea to transform Building 118 into a fitness center came after New Boston Air Force Station earned $100,000 and Air Force Space Command's Maj. Gen. M. C. "Tim" Padden Award for Facilities
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Air Force Academy cadets tour 50th CONS
Three economic cadets from the Air Force Academy visited Schriever recently to research their final projects for their Economics class. The students -- Cadets 1st Class Silas Brown from Kentucky, William Goss from Atlanta and John Amnah from Ohio -- spoke with Janet Schwarzbart about how the government procures goods and services from the
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2007
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