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Jahnna Bythewood is an artist, skier, mother and military spouse to Col. Dennis Bythewood, 50th Operations Group commander. Jahnna’s life has been filled with many joys, lessons learned and greater understanding of counting the cost of assuming the role of a military spouse. Although the life of a military spouse can be difficult, Jahnna believes there’s always a place for everyone to feel like they belong. (U.S. Air force photo illustration/2nd Lt. Darren Domingo) I am SCHRIEVER: Taking care of the homefront
The month of May offers several opportunities to honor U.S. service members. May encapsulates National Military Appreciation Month, Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day to name a few observances.But every year, the Friday before Mother's Day offers Americans an opportunity to honor another individual, crucial to the health and mission readiness of
0 5/04
2016
Jahnna Bythewood is an artist, skier, mother and military spouse to Col. Dennis Bythewood, 50th Operations Group commander. Jahnna’s life has been filled with many joys, lessons learned and greater understanding of counting the cost of assuming the role of a military spouse. Although the life of a military spouse can be difficult, Jahnna believes there’s always a place for everyone to feel like they belong. (U.S. Air force photo illustration/2nd Lt. Darren Domingo) I am SCHRIEVER: Taking care of the homefront
The month of May offers several opportunities to honor U.S. service members. May encapsulates National Military Appreciation Month, Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day to name a few observances.
0 5/04
2016
Airman 1st Class Krystal Conkling, 50th Space Wing, is a Green Dot implementer and advocate for positive culture change in in the military. Green Dot’s prevention posture has encouraged her to share her story with others. Conkling aims to give hope and courage to others to proactively take a stance to prevent cases of power-based personal violence. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Darren Domingo) I am SCHRIEVER: Protecting your loved ones
When offered the opportunity to participate in Green Dot, Airman 1st Class Krystal Conkling thought it would be an opportunity to make a positive impact on her base. What she didn’t realize, was that her training would also allow her to confront memories of a difficult and life-changing event when she was younger.
0 5/03
2016
Airman 1st Class Krystal Conkling, 50th Space Wing, is a Green Dot implementer and advocate for positive culture change in in the military. Green Dot’s prevention posture has encouraged her to share her story with others. Conkling aims to give hope and courage to others to proactively take a stance to prevent cases of power-based personal violence. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Darren Domingo) Protecting your loved ones
When offered the opportunity to participate in Green Dot, Airman 1st Class Krystal Conkling thought it would be an opportunity to make a positive impact on her first base.What she didn't realize? Her training would also allow her to confront memories of a difficult and life-changing event from her childhood.At about 7 years of age in Arizona, on a
0 4/28
2016
Kaley Nowicki, formerly a 4th Space Operations Squadron communications systems operator and now a full-time student, is a sexual assault survivor. Nowicki has turned her experience into a positive outlook and is now aiming to become a photojournalist who focuses on telling other survivors’ stories. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Brian Hagberg) I am SCHRIEVER: Reward through hardship
(Editor's note: Per the victim's request, the assailant's name in this story has been changed.)At some point, everyone will experience hardship: loss of a loved one, ending a relationship or losing a job can lead to major life-changing events.Leaving her small town in upstate New York, Kaley Nowicki never could have imagined the hardships and
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2016
Kaley Nowicki, formerly a 4th Space Operations Squadron communications systems operator and now a full-time student, is a sexual assault survivor. Nowicki has turned her experience into a positive outlook and is now aiming to become a photojournalist who focuses on telling other survivors’ stories. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Brian Hagberg) I am SCHRIEVER: Reward through hardship
At some point, everyone will experience hardship: loss of a loved one, ending a relationship or losing a job can lead to major life-changing events.
0 4/20
2016
Chief Master Sgt. John Bentivegna, 50th Space Wing command chief, encourages Airmen at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, to ride safely and take advantage of the free motorcycle safety courses. The Air Force requires its motorcyclists to receive an initial motorcycle safety course followed by a refresher course once every five years. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Julius Delos-Reyes) Command chief encourages Airmen to ride safely
Schriever Air Force Base's command chief is not new to motorcycles. In fact, he has been riding since his senior year of high school--in 1990."I was looking to get something in addition to my car that was fun to ride, give me that feeling of freedom and the opportunity to go off by myself and use (riding) as therapy," said Chief Master Sgt. John
0 4/19
2016
Chief Master Sgt. John Bentivegna, 50th Space Wing command chief, encourages Airmen at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, to ride safely and take advantage of the free motorcycle safety courses. The Air Force requires its motorcyclists to receive an initial motorcycle safety course followed by a refresher course once every five years. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Julius Delos-Reyes) Command chief encourages Airmen to ride safely
Schriever Air Force Base's command chief is not new to motorcycles. In fact, he has been riding since his senior year of high school--in 1990.
0 4/19
2016
Erik Straus, 4th Space Operations Squadron Programs and Plans chief, has utilized the benefits provided by his Air Force service to check numerous items off his bucket list. In addition to traveling to all parts of the world, he used his GI Bill benefits to attend culinary school and earned his certification, making him a chef. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Brian Hagberg) I am SCHRIEVER: From cop to chef
People who are skilled in multiple areas of expertise are often referred to as a "jack of all trades." For the 4th Space Operations Squadron, the resident jack of all trades is Erik Straus."If you don't know where to go to get something done or how to do something, you should probably come and ask me," said Straus. "I've been associated with 4
0 4/05
2016
Col. DeAnna Burt, 50 SW commander, is responsible for more than 4,200 military, Department of Defense civilians and contractor personnel serving at 14 operating locations worldwide, in support of 175 communications, navigation and surveillance satellites with their associated systems valued at more than $66 billion. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dennis Rogers) 50 SW highlights Women's History Month
March is an ideal time to pause, reflect on all of the women in our lives and recognize their contributions. March is Women's History Month, and this year's theme is "Working to form a more perfect union: Honoring women in public service and government."To celebrate, the 50th Space Wing would like to highlight some of the women who help accomplish
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2016
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