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Default Air Force Logo 101 Critical Days campaign approaching
Summer is here! This means heading outside to enjoy the great outdoors--camping, grilling, swimming, lawn maintenance and gardening are just a few common summer activities. Some of these are a lot of fun, while others are just necessary, but each activity presents some type of risk. The Air Force's 101 Critical Days of Summer campaign spans the
0 5/16
2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Lt. Col. Kevin Cruze is the 50th Space Wing inspector general. The IG's responsibilities include conducting wing expeditionary and operational readiness inspections and investigating allegations of fraud, waste and abuse. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) When is going 'outside the chain' okay?
A chief master sergeant at another base was accused of sexually harassing a fellow squadron member. The squadron commander directed an investigation which found the chief had acted inappropriately. The chief explained he was unaware his actions were perceived as harassing and apologized. Unfortunately, the story doesn't end there. Several weeks
0 5/07
2007
Default Air Force Logo Satellite Flyer goes online
Le roi est mort. Vive le roi.The May 3 issue of the Satellite Flyer is the last that the 50th Space Wing Public Affairs Office will directly produce. But you will continue to see a base newspaper with stories about the Schriever community as well as interesting stories from around the Air Force.We're moving our focus to the Web--you'll find some
0 5/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo Big-picture awareness vital to mission
As editor of the Satellite Flyer, I read ... a lot. One article that caught my eye Friday was a commentary I read in the Spring 2007 "TIG Brief" magazine. Lt. Gen. Ronald Sams, the Air Force Inspector General, wrote about a chance encounter with a sharp, intelligent young officer who didn't consider himself a warrior. "You're in the world's most
0 4/25
2007
Default Air Force Logo Consequences of underage drinking, DUI are costly
Every April since 1987, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence has sponsored Alcohol Awareness Month to bring about issues related to underage drinking, alcoholism and the devastating effects they can have on our society. Communities across the nation participate to spread the message and provide education and reinforce alcohol
0 4/03
2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Master Sgt. Michael McGrady dons required safety gear before getting on his motorcycle here Tuesday. Any motorcyclist on base must wear a helmet, reflective vest, a jacket or long-sleeved shirt, gloves, long pants and shoes that cover the ankle. Sergeant McGrady is first sergeant for the Space Innovation and Development Center here. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) Be prepared for motorcycling season
Spring has sprung. For many riders, the breezes are warmer, and the trees and the flowers are in bloom. However, that rumbling isn't thunder from a spring shower; it's the roar of motorcycles returning to the road for the 2007 riding season. Whether you hit the road by yourself or join others for a benefit ride, expo or motorcycle festival, don't
0 3/21
2007
Default Air Force Logo Want to save a life? Give blood
What if you could save someone's life without endangering your own? Would you do it? A few years ago, anonymous blood donors saved a local woman's life. She had a medical crisis during childbirth that nearly took her life and ended up needing 250 pints of blood. A year and a half later she completed the 26.2-mile New York City Marathon. Sixty
0 3/21
2007
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Master Chief Petty Officer Carl Brashear (center), the Navy's first African-American diver, received an Outstanding Public Service Award in October 2000 from actor Cuba Gooding Jr. and then-Defense Secretary William Cohen for 42 years of combined military and federal civilian service. Mr. Gooding portrayed Master Chief Brashear in the 2000 film "Men of Honor." (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Scott Ash) Direction, Discipline, Determination: The Story of Carl Brashear
There are many people that come to mind when I think of a African-American role model. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Harriet Tubman and George Washington Carter are just a few of the more prominent individuals. Role models come in all shapes and sizes, from every race, and from many different backgrounds. They embody a variety of attributes that
0 2/21
2007
Default Air Force Logo Have you seen our Web site?
If you picked up the Feb. 8 Satellite Flyer, you might have read about the base's Feb. 1 African-American Heritage Month kickoff breakfast on the front page. If you visited our public Web site at www.schriever.af.mil, you might have seen the story almost a full week sooner. Timeliness is one of the advantages we can provide through publishing news
0 2/09
2007
Default Air Force Logo Cross back into the blue
Picture if you will a young 17-year-old Airman transported through time and space from Abilene, Texas, to the nation's capitol and the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard--going from blistering, windy, 100-plus-degree days to the below-zero wind chill of Washington, D.C. Take this picture a little further and imagine standing on the cold marble steps of the
0 2/06
2007
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