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Default Air Force Logo WEATHER ALERT - Schriever AFB open for mission-essential personnel
Schriever Air Force Base is open for mission essential personnel only.All personnel reporting to Schriever must use the Defense Access Road. Travel via Highway 94 or Curtis Road north of Irwin Road is prohibited.For more information, call the Schriever Snow Call Line at 719-567-SNOW (7669) or contact the 50th Space Wing Command Post at
0 12/21
2006
Default Air Force Logo WEATHER ALERT -- Schriever AFB remains closed
Schriever Air Force Base remains closed for all personnel Dec. 21 due to hazardous weather conditions.Mission essential personnel are to remain on six-ring standby so that they can report to Schriever when weather conditions improve.For more information, call the Schriever Snow Call Line at 719-567-SNOW (7669) or contact the 50th Space Wing Command
0 12/21
2006
Default Air Force Logo WEATHER ALERT - Schriever AFB closed for all personnel
Schriever Air Force Base is closed to all personnel.For more information, call the Schriever Snow Call Line at 719-567-SNOW (7669) or contact the 50th Space Wing Command Post at 719-567-2180.
0 12/20
2006
Default Air Force Logo WEATHER ALERT -- Schriever AFB initiates early release
Non-mission essential personnel currently at Schriever Air Force Base are being released in phases beginning at 9 a.m.For more information, call the Schriever Snow Call Line at 567-SNOW (7669) or the 50th Space Wing Command Post at 567-2180.
0 12/20
2006
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- The 50th Security Forces Squadron here won first place in the annual greeting card contest with the entry pictured here. The 50th Services Division here awarded 50th SFS $150 for first place. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) 'Happy Holidays' from Schriever AFB

0 12/20
2006
The Defense Satellite Meteorological Program is supported by the 6th Space Operations Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo. The 6th SOPS transforms weather from a force of nature into a force warfighters can use to their advantage. (Courtesy image/Lockheed-Martin)
Force of nature to force multiplier: 6th SOPS delivers critical weather data to war fighters
"Get data or die" holds special significance for the 6th Space Operations Squadron, an Air Force Reserve Command unit here whose Airmen must deliver data to their customers within 10 minutes of downloading it from their satellites. The squadron's data transforms weather from a force of nature war fighters must endure into a force they can use to
0 12/18
2006
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Airman 1st Class Mark Robles assembles Hole 4 of a miniature golf course here Dec. 14 as part of the 50th Civil Engineer Squadron's Combat Airman Day. Airmen had two hours to construct holes from supplies around their offices. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Amanda Delisle) Combat Putt-Putt Day!

0 12/15
2006
Default Air Force Logo 50th SCS focuses on info assurance
Information assurance is increasingly important in today's Air Force, which is charged with fighting in the air, space and cyberspace domains, the 50th Space Communications Squadron commander said during an information systems security officer meeting Dec. 14. "The work that you are doing is critical," Lt. Col. Donovan Routsis said. "Our (computer)
0 12/15
2006
NEW BOSTON AIR FORCE STATION, N.H. -- Analysts with the 23rd Space Operations Squadron here check track data on a new antenna that began operational testing Dec. 14. The antenna's predecessor was brought offline in June 2004 after 44 years supporting the Air Force Satellite Control Network mission. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy of Maj. Dean Bellamy) New BOSS antenna begins testing
The 23rd Space Operations Squadron here began operations confidence testing of its newest Air Force Satellite Control Network antenna Dec. 14. Operational testing will verify the antenna is fully prepared to conduct satellite supports as part of 23rd SOPS' 24/7 mission, said station manager Bill Rayfield. "It's important that we do this testing
0 12/15
2006
The 1956 U.S. Air Forces in Europe (50th Fighter-Bomber Wing) representatives to the Air Force Fighter Weapons Meet at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., included (left to right) Capt. Coleman Baker, Lt. Col. Charles "Chuck" Yeager, Col. Fred Ascani, Maj. James Gasser and Capt. Robert Pasqualicchio. (U.S. Air Force photo) From 'Master of the Sky' to 'Master of Space': 50th FW moves 'there and back again'
Editor's note: As the Air Force prepares to celebrate its 60th anniversary in 2007, a look back at the 50th Space Wing's journey is appropriate. Throughout the following months, the Satellite Flyer will publish articles describing the wing's distinguished past. This is the fourth article in the series. New aircraft would not be the only change for
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2006
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