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Lita Huggins' family can trace four generations of military service. Mrs. Huggins, a veteran of Operation Desert Storm and former sergeant in the U.S. Army, is a flight testing operations administrator and engineer at the Missile Defense Integration and Operations Center here. She is pictured in the lower left of this image. (image copyrighted by Elizabeth Peneaux, used with permission) Schriever engineer prizes Sioux heritage
November is Native American Indian Heritage Month -- a significant month for Lita Huggins, a flight testing operations systems administrator and engineer at the Missile Defense Integration and Operations Center here. She was born on Rosebud Reservation in south-central South Dakota. As member of the Rosebud Sioux Nation, Mrs. Huggins and her twin
0 11/19
2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Yvonne Priebe of the Child Development Center here helps some children enjoy their Thanksgiving lunch at the CDC on Nov. 15. Children got to enjoy a variety of foods including turkey and pumpkin pie at the annual event. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lorna Gutierrez) Children, parents celebrate Thanksgiving at CDC
Turkey, ham, rolls, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, corn, pears, pumpkin pie ... what's a kid to do? If he's at the Schriever Child Development Center, he has one delicious option - dig in! That's just what children did during the CDC's annual Thanksgiving meal Nov. 15, where children got to dine on goodies while visiting with their parents. "I
0 11/15
2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Master Sgt. Anthony Wesson applies his carpentry skill for creating and bringing Schriever's float to life. The float appreared in the 2007 Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Parade and will be part of the 2007 Veterans Day Parade scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Nov. 10 in downtown Colorado Springs. Sergeant Wesson is assigned to the 50th Civil Engineer Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) Float represents all that is Schriever
It's a depiction of many things - a barbed wire representing the vast prairie and farmland that is Schriever, trees and mountains that represent the nearby terrain, a missile and pictures of satellites. All of these depictions can be seen on the Schriever float. This year's float, which won the Best Theme award at the 2007 Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo
0 11/06
2007
Command Chief Master Sgt (E-9) Two Chiefs ready for stars
Making command chief master sergeant is no easy feat - out of 2,500 who applied, 77 were selected. Two of those are from Schriever. For Chief Master Sgts. Valise Godley and Mark Repp, their character and records made the decision a bit easier. Chief Godley, one of the 12 Outstanding Airman of the Year for 2004, and Chief Repp, a former 14th Air
0 11/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Shoebox program gives a little holiday extra for deployed troops
The holiday season is a time of year that usually brings families together, but often military families must celebrate while a loved one serves his country somewhere across the world. Deployed servicemembers may not have the everyday things people may often take for granted, which is why the Schriever Chaplain Service Team teamed up with the
0 10/29
2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Schriever personnel take advantage of Mountain Metropolitan Transit's service to the base Oct. 23. Airmen and government civilians can receive free bus passes through the 50th Logistics Readiness Flight in Building 300. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lorna Gutierrez) Bus service available for thrifty commuters
With October being Energy Awareness Month, it's important to be aware of the many methods available to saving energy. One method, available to Schriever personnel, is the Mountain Metropolitan Transit bus system, which has four routes that run to Schriever, said Staff Sergeant Jesse Roberge. The service is free to all government employees, way
0 10/23
2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Stanley Norman, Master Sgt. David Milne and Staff Sgt. Marshall Wilkinson apply sealant outside and between  precast concrete sections. Each section is stacked to raise the grade of the manhole to help prevent water infiltration. Mr. Norman and Sergeants Milne and Wilkinson work for the 50th Civil Engineer Squadron's utilities shop. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. John Hymer) Manhole project keeps Schriever's sewers running smoothly
Do you know where your water goes after you run a faucet, take a shower or even flush the toilet? Wastewater travels through the many pipes that lie unseen in the ceilings and walls, ultimately making its way to the sewer, and from there flowing down to a water treatment plant. Excess water traveling through Schriever's sanitary sewer system became
0 10/23
2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Chief Master Sgt. Loura Lopez has seen nearly half of the Air Force's 60-year history. The 50th Network Operations Group superintendent plans to retire in January 2008. (courtesy photo/Glamour Shots) 50th NOG chief looks back on 30-year career
In February 1979, Loura Lopez began what would be an almost 30-year career in the Air Force. It has been a career that has taken her across the world and then some. It's also been a career that has seen her through various changes and stages throughout her life. Now, as the 50th Network Operations Group superintendent nears her retirement in
0 10/15
2007
Default Air Force Logo Schriever project officer personifies CFC theme
The NCO in charge of the First Term Airmen's Center here believes in the theme for this year's Combined Federal Campaign and became an installation project officer for the second time in three years -- because the CFC came back to her in a way that changed her life. In Tech. Sgt. Leah Wilson's case, the benefit was priceless: time with her sister,
0 10/09
2007
FORT CARSON, Colo. -- Members of the Panamanian Dancers troupe showcase their native garb and their moves at Fort Carson in celebration of Hispanic-American Heritage Month. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lorna Gutierrez) Fort Carson celebrates Hispanic-American heritage
Whether of Hispanic origin or not, many turned out to participate in Fort Carson's celebration of Hispanic-American Heritage Month, which took place at the Elkhorn Conference Center at Fort Carson Oct. 4. Attendees of the celebration listened to a speech by Colorado Springs mayor Lionel Rivera, who is himself of Hispanic heritage - his mother is
0 10/05
2007
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