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UPDATE: Road conditions on and off Schriever Air Force Base are now green.
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Road conditions on Schriever Air Force Base are currently yellow due to fog. All personnel are reminded to practice sound risk management. Personnel reporting should consider personal driving skills, vehicle capabilities and local road conditions and coordinate with supervisors as appropriate.
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If you need a Saturday morning read, THIS IS IT! Don't believe us? Read this tidbit, then click the link for more! "All of us are surrounded by good folks trying to keep us on the right path, reminding us of good values--integrity, service and excellence. And, while I’m aware that perfection eludes us all, we must always continue to try to become better than what we are." #LeadershipPerspective #AMessageToGarcia
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The Spouse Meet and Greet was a smashing success! Not to mention, today spouses were able to learn more about Schriever through the A&FRC's #HeartLink. Thank you to everyone who gave their time and knowledge to host these events! It makes #TeamSchriever stronger.
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“The Green Dot message is that everyone can make a difference. It’s a positive choice someone makes to intervene, which makes it less likely for bad behavior to occur.” If you haven't finished the new course, get it done! #LiveTheGreenDot
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It may be Wednesday, but that doesn't mean we have to be playing the complacency game! #DontBeABystander #SALUTE #Vigilance
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UPDATE: Road conditions on and off Schriever Air Force Base are now green.
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***ROAD CONDITION RED*** AS OF 0345L, ROAD CONDITIONS ON SCHRIEVER AFB AND OFF BASE ARE RED DUE TO ICE.
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***ROAD CONDITION YELLOW*** For Schriever AFB: ROAD CONDITIONS ON SCHRIEVER AFB AND OFF BASE ARE YELLOW. Conditions of limited visibility. Slick/snow covered roads. Conditions require increased awareness by vehicle operations. Vehicle headlights will be used and all patrols must take necessary driving precautions.
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You may or may not have heard that our new Air Force Space Command vice commander was able to come down alongside General Raymond recently! If you don't know about him yet, or his role in assuring our #SpaceSuperiority, it's time to find out!
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“My parents weren’t surprised when I told them I wanted to be security forces,” Palmer said. “My mom tried to convince me to do something else, but I really wanted to do canine work. I remember seeing pictures of my father with his dog and seeing video tours of his kennel and thinking how cool it was." Almost there Airman Palmer! We hope your dream of becoming a #MilitaryWorkingDog handler is achieved soon!
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“Speak up, speak out and take some ownership,” Devon Thomas said. “This is our Air Force.”
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Peterson AFB: 21st Space Wing shared our Thule folk's #Doggos yesterday, let's show them some more love by sharing some of your furry friends in honor of #NationalPetDay! 🐶🐱
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Has there been a day as beautiful as today lately? We'll let YOU decide! Check out the sunshine 50th CES experienced when they exercised some skills at this obstacle course! #BodyCam #Obstacles
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Balloons and tickets and climbs- Oh my! With Spring here (and Summer quick to arrive) let's not forget the opportunities awaiting us all in Outdoor Rec!
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RT @usairforce: .@SchrieverAFB accepted 2 new satellites that will help enhance the US’s #space situational awareness. Read more at https:/…
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RT @PeteAFB: We will be celebrating 70 years of breaking barriers at our birthday ball Sept. 15, 6 p.m. Save the date! https://t.co/kttXAuJ…
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RT @DefenseOne: Exclusive: Thanks, but no thanks. We Don’t Need a 'Space Corps' says @AFSpace Command's Gen. Raymond - DefenseOne https://t…
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RT @VP: The American people pray every day for God's protection on @SchrieverAFB as you serve and defend our nation and our freedom. #VPinCO
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RT @VP: Heading to CO tomorrow. Looking forward to giving keynote address @FocusFamily's 40th Anniversary & seeing troops @SchrieverAFB. #V
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RT @GenDaveGoldfein: We're normalizing, integrating and elevating space, building on over 60 years of space operations experience. We will…
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MVP Wing CC praises execution of first-ever ops
Col. Jennifer Grant, commander of the 50th Space Wing, called together wing members to praise the milestone operations that took place the weekend before, during two all-calls, Feb. 22.“I wanted a chance to get all hands together to talk with you and to say thank you,” Grant said. “Everybody in this room knows this was not an easy task.”“This”
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2018
50th OSS lead, develop future space operators 50th OSS leads, develops future space operators
The 50th Operations Support Squadron is responsible for directing space superiority support operations for the Department of Defense’s largest composite satellite wing and global Command and Control Network.
0 11/07
2017
CCIP, IG ensure Team Schriever stays ready CCIP, IG ensure Team Schriever stays ready
“Stay ready in the off season” is a not only a motto intended for athletes, but something all Schriever members should strive for on a daily basis.
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2017
Defense Satellite Meteorological Program (DMSP), supported by the 6th Space Operations Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo. Image courtesy of Lockheed-Martin for Air Force and media publications; use for commercial purposes is prohibited. UPDATE: DMSP F-19 to end mission
The Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Flight 19 will soon cease transmitting weather data after nearly three and a half years of operational service to DoD and civilian agencies.
0 8/03
2017
Contractor Jim Brewer and Senior Airman Guillermo Delacruz-Martinez, 2nd Space Operations Squadron, send the disposal command to GPS Satellite Vehicle No. 35 at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Friday, June 10, 2016. The command marked the vehicle’s end of life. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Dennis Rogers) Obituary: Farewell to SVN-35
June 10, 2016, was a sad day for 2nd Space Operations Squadron as it said goodbye to one of its older children – GPS Satellite Vehicle No. 35.
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2016
Master Sgt. Peter Jason Uson (left), Airman and Family Readiness NCO in charge, talk to Capt. Eric Miller, 2nd Space Operations Squadron, about his organization during a Space Mission Force transition event at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 26, 2016. In the same mold as a deployment in-processing briefing, the transition event was designed to provide information to Airmen entering their combat rotation about various helping agencies on base. These organizations include the chaplain, Airmen and Family Readiness Center, physiology, mental health, Family Advocacy, and Military and Family Life Counseling. (U.S. Air Force photo illustratio/Tech. Sgt. Julius Delos Reyes) 50 OG holds SMF transition event
Coinciding with a commander’s call, the 50th Operations Group hosted a Space Mission Force transition event May 26 at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado.
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2016
Col. Dennis Bythewood (left), 50th Operations Group commander, and Lt. Col. Chris Todd (second from left), 3rd Space Operations Squadron commander, present the eight Airmen selected to be part of the Launch and Early Orbit Teams for Wideband Global SATCOM-8 and 9 during a ceremony at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Thursday, April 21, 2016. The Airmen endured a competitive selection process, which includes knowledge-based tests, problem solving scenarios and interviews. (U.S. Air Force photo/Christopher DeWitt) 3 SOPS selects launch teams
The 3rd Space Operations Squadron selected eight Airmen to be part of the Launch and Early Orbit teams April 21 at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado.
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