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August 26 is Women's Equality Day, a day to commemorate and highlight women's rights in our society. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Steve Thompson)
Women serving in military symbol of equality
When Geri-Anne Satterfield told her family she was going to join the Air Force, they were all for it. For Satterfield, who grew up in a military household, service was a normal part of life.
0 8/24
2016
The 50th Space Wing hosts the annual Diversity Day event Aug. 26, 2016, at the indoor running track on Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. (U.S. Air Force graphic) Service with acceptance
Staff Sgt. Logan Ireland entered the Air Force in 2010 for the education benefits, job experience and comradery knowing that he would have to spend the duration hiding a secret.
0 8/17
2016
The Green Program strives to create positive change everywhere, especially at Schriever. For more information about the Green Dot Program, go to www.livethegreendot.com . (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman William Tracy) Changing environment through Green Dot
When it comes to changing the environment, the Green Dot program has an arsenal of assets to make a change for the better. However, individuals truly make the difference.
0 8/10
2016
Staff Sgt. Matthew Coleman-Foster, 50th Space Wing, fulfilled a dream when he earned a spot on the Team USA floorball roster for the Unihoc Riga Cup tournament in Riga, Latvia, Aug. 12-14, 2016. The tournament gives Coleman-Foster the opportunity to represent his country in an athletic capacity. (Courtesy photo) Schriever Airman earns USA floorball roster spot
Many young men and women dream about representing the United States in athletic competition. More than 500 of those dreamers are currently making their dream a reality at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Staff Sgt. Matthew Coleman-Foster, 50th Space Wing, is fulfilling his dream as well, only he’s doing it half a world away in a sport
0 8/10
2016
Wendy DeRosier, 50th Force Support Squadron engraver and framer, measures a patch for framing in the Outdoor Recreational Warehouse at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Monday, Aug. 1, 2016. All the engraving and framing for the base is done inside the warehouse, services are available for any personnel on Schriever, to include personal projects. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman William Tracy)

50 FSS warehouse provides wealth of services
For those wondering where diamond sharp awards are shaped, where all those chairs, tables, bounce houses and more come from at our base picnics, or where these items retreat to when the festivities are over, the answer lies with the 50th Force Support Squadron’s Outdoor Recreational Warehouse.
0 8/03
2016
An E-Checkup to Go illustration shows one example of the comparisons the eCHUG survey makes based on the survey’s answers. The comparisons are designed to provide insight, including the comparative cost of an individual’s alcohol use. (Courtesy graphic)

Survey provides insight on alcohol use
The old adage “ignorance is bliss” implies that an individual remaining unaware of certain circumstances may be happily free of worries, however sometimes comparison gives us insight to reality, reminding us that ignorance can just be ignorance. A main purpose of the E-Checkup to Go survey, or eCHUG, is to provide that comparison.
0 7/27
2016
Billy Ray, 50th Contracting Squadron, performed effective intervention by advising his intoxicated friends to sober up before spending a night together. The pair later arranged a date while sober and now have been married for more than 25 years. Ray’s story is an example of the actions Green Dot advocates.(U.S. Air Force photo/Airman William Tracy)
Changing the norm
Establishing a Green Dot network and making the connections to encourage bystanders to be active participators often starts with a single individual striving to defy the status quo by doing the right thing.
0 7/20
2016
The Airman and Family Readiness Center has “Moving out” classes to help Airmen going through the process of leaving dorm life behind. For more information on “Moving out” classes, contact the AFRC at 567-3920. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman William Tracy) Class helps Airmen prepare to leave dorms
Leaving the dorms is an inevitable event, and can cause anxiety and confusion for the Airmen forced to pack their bags and abandon the bittersweet perks of rent-free housing.
0 7/19
2016
Capt. Dustyn Carroll, 527th Space Aggressors Squadron Aggressor Training flight commander, and Maj. Sheri Lattemore, assistant director of operations and Canadian liason officer to the 527th, set up a ground multi-band terminal antenna outside the 527 SAS’s facility at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Tuesday, July 11, 2016. The 527 SAS and 26th Space Aggressors Squadrons are the only Space Aggressors in the Department of Defense. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Darren Domingo) 527 SAS, 26 SAS: Knowing your enemy
Nestled in the southwest corner of Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, is a large warehouse commonly known to its inhabitants as “the Barn.” But this is no ordinary storage unit, nor does it house farm animals. It’s the home of the 527th and 26th Space Aggressors Squadrons, and they have a unique mission set - playing the bad guys.
0 7/15
2016
Jerame Bullard, 50th Civil Engineering Squadron firefighter, handles the Jaws of Life, a hydraulic apparatus used to pry apart the wreckage of crashed vehicles in order to free people trapped inside, during a simulated emergency at Schriever Air Force Base, Monday, July 11, 2016. This year, the fire department earned top bragging rights as Air Force Space Command’s Small Fire Department of the Year. This is the fourth time in the last five years they have earned this honor. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Matthew Coleman-Foster) 50 CES: Fire Department keeping fires at bay
Life. Property. Environment. These three areas are the main mission focus for the Schriever Air Force Base firefighters on, and they take that mission seriously. “We are constantly trying to improve our response and our organization to better serve Team Schriever,” said Allen Perry, 50th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department health and safety assistant chief.
0 7/13
2016
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