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LOWRY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Attending ceremonies to mark operational readiness of a Titan site near here in May 1962 are (left to right) Gen. Bernard Schriever, Maj. Gen. Thomas Gerrity, Lt. Gen. Archi Old and Lt. Gen. Howell Estes, Jr. (U.S. Air Force historic photo) Gen. Bernard Schriever
There was a common thread through all the early satellite projects, Corona, MIDAS, SAMOS, etc. - it was General Bernard Schriever. But while the General may have gained fame as the "Father of the United States Air Force Space and Missile Programs", his career included many contributions to our nation's defense before the "Space Age." It started in
0 7/11
2006
Default Air Force Logo Schriever Airmen's Council president becomes U.S. citizen
Editor’s note: This is the first article in a series about Schriever Airmen who are naturalized citizens. The newly elected president of the Schriever Airmen’s Council, who joined the Air Force in 2004, is one of the 50th Space Wing’s newest American citizens. Airman 1st Class Zully Renon originally pursued citizenship so she would be eligible to
0 7/08
2006
Led by retired Chief Master Sgt. Robert Kodis and team captain Lt. Col. Stephen Mitchell, the U.S. Air Force Space World Cycling team rides into the Poncha
Pass checkpoint on day five of "Ride the Rockies," a six-day cross-state bicycle tour. Colonel Mitchell is the 50th Operations Group deputy commander. Air Force cycling team rides the Rockies
From June 18 to 23, 2,000 bicyclists from across the United States joined together in "Ride the Rockies," an annual cross-state bicycle tour that raises money for charities. This year's tour took cyclists 419 miles through the Rocky Mountains' rich scenery from Cortez to Cañon City, Colo. Since 1986, Ride the Rockies has become an annual event
0 6/30
2006
The 50th Fighter Group emblem, first used during World War II. The 50th Space Wing at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo., adopted and updated this emblem in 1992 to reflect their space-based mission and their heritage to the original 50th. 50th SW emblem's history explained
Ever wonder what that beast is on the wing's and groups' flags? Ever think, "What's the big deal, anyway? It's just a flag." More than an emblem on our wing flag and our uniforms, that beast is a big deal. It represents the men and women of the unit, it symbolizes the organization's characteristics, and it continues a military tradition that dates
0 6/13
2006
Default Air Force Logo 50th MSG deputy shares tale of tragedy, recovery
The cyclist awakens from a dream. He last remembers seeing the faces of his children. He feels no pain, but he cannot breathe. He yells at nearby paramedics, “I can’t breathe!” Lying motionless, his thoughts go in and out. He lays trapped, his helmeted head crushed inside a car’s front right wheel well. He sees what his rescuers cannot and begins
0 6/08
2006
COLORADO SPRINGS -- Zebulon Pike's expedition into Colorado used sextants, compasses, spyglasses and maps like those shown here to determine their position. Other items on display at the Pioneer Museum in Colorado Springs include cooking utensils, rifles and bearskin rugs. Admission is free, although the museum accepts donations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) Pikes Peak history on display at Pioneer Museum
The Pioneer Museum in downtown Colorado Springs has three exhibits commemorating the bicentennial of Zebulon Pike’s expedition to Colorado and the mountain that bears his name. The Pike expedition followed the Arkansas River through most of Kansas and into Colorado in November 1806. The expedition stretched through modern-day Missouri, Kansas,
0 6/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo 2nd, 4th SOPS triumphant in 4-Fit Challenge
The 2nd and 4th Space Operations Squadrons here put their feet where their mouths were at the 4-Fit challenge May 25. Other squadrons who had talked smack were left with their feet in their mouths. “Extremely Highly Fast” of 4 SOPS won the top spot of “4th Place” in the mens’ 4x400 with a final time of 3:55. The 2nd SOPS’ “Sofa Kings” came in as
0 5/31
2006
Chief Master Sgt. Clarence Moore, Jr., is the command chief for the 50th Space Wing. He has previously served as command chief for the 374th Airlift Wing and 5th Air Force at Yokota Air Base, Japan. 50th SW command chief settles into new position
About two weeks after moving into the 50th Space Wing Command Chief's office, Chief Master Sgt. Clarence Moore, Jr., sewed the command chief's rank insignia onto his uniforms--again. Chief Moore was preparing to take over as chief enlisted manager for the 50th Mission Support Group when previous 50th SW Command Chief Master Sgt. Russell Kuck
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2006
U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. -- Lt. Col. Chris Moss fires from cover during a training exercise May 17. Members of 4th Space Operations Squadron's mobile operations team, based at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo., drilled on aspects of convoy operations such as rules of engagement, use of force and establishing national defense areas. Colonel Moss is the 4th SOPS director of operations. Jacks Valley features familiar location, new scenarios for 4th SOPS mobile operators
The 4th Space Operations Squadron's Ground Mobile-3 truck pulled to the side of the dirt road it traveled, hamstrung by a flat tire. Other vehicles in the convoy assumed protective positions, and Airmen with 4th SOPS jumped out to establish a national defense area around the semi. The convoy commander greeted two gentlemen who approached. The elder
0 5/24
2006
Default Air Force Logo Local businesses show appreciation for military spouses
Free haircuts, tips for cooking well on a budget, massages, a fashion show, self defense and crafts were just a few of the things more than 300 military spouses received May 9, during the 2006 Military Spouse Appreciation Day at the Armed Services YMCA. "This gives spouses an opportunity to be pampered, appreciated and to connect with others.
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2006
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