Schriever Fire Department firefighters converse with flight crew members with UCHealth and Rocky Mountain Mobile Medical Unit at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, July 30, 2018. Firefighters had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with landing zones, equipment and procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kathryn Calvert)
Tech. Sgt. Jason Kadisak, 50th Security Forces Squadron standards and evaluation noncommissioned officer in charge, left, Staff Sgt. Chance Dobbins, 50th SFS standards and evaluation evaluator, right, and Senior Airman Cody Bilgers, 50th SFS standards and evaluation evaluator, middle, stand ready for police week reveille in front of Building 210 at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 13, 2019. National Police Week is a congressionally honored week recognizing law enforcement personnel who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Matthew Coleman-Foster)
Airman 1st Class Stevie La Croix, 50th Security Force Squadron response force patrol, stands guard at the North Gate at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 15, 2019. Defenders like La Croix can be found at various posts across the installation as part of a security unit, conducting building checks or verifying credentials at any of the entry control points and checking traffic on the installation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Matthew Coleman-Foster)
Lt. Col. Armon Lansing (right), 4th Space Operations Squadron commander, accepts the key from Col. David Ashley, Space and Missile Center AEHF program manager, signifying the handoff of the Advanced Extremely High Frequency-4 satellite to the 4th SOPS at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. AEHF-4 joins the squadrons other military satellite communication satellites supporting space and intelligence, nuclear and defense, theater mission defense and special operations. This is the fourth satellite the squadron commands and controls, with two more launces planned. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kathryn Calvert)
Aaron Harris with the 50th Civil Engineer Squadron starts one of 100 pull-ups during the annual Murph fitness challenge at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 10, 2019. Seventeen Airmen participated in the challenge in honor of Lt. Michael Murphy, a U.S. Navy SEAL, who was killed in action June 28, 2005 while serving in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dennis Rogers)
Capt. Lauren Hughes, 50th Space Wing chaplain, participates in a karaoke set during the 50th Force Support Squadron’s First Friday at the event center at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. Music is a staple of the First Friday event, with each First Friday featuring varieties of music to enhance the atmosphere. The 50th Space Wing coordinates events like these to facilitate team building and taking care of Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo Katie Calvert)
Congratulations Aiman Leadership School Class 19-4 graduates. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Halle Thornton)
Airmen run to grab dodgeballs during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. Sexual Assault Prevention Response program office members contributed merchandise, like T-shirts and towels to also help spread the word about sexual assault prevention to participants and audience members. (U.S. Air Force photo by Halle Thornton)

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Update: As of 10:05 a.m., April 14, road conditions have returned to GREEN on and off Schriever AFB. As of 6:18 p.m., April 13, road conditions on and off Schriever AFB are YELLOW. Reporting conditions are normal. Road condition yellow indicates conditions of limited visibility (less than 300 ft) or slick/snow covered roads. Conditions require increased awareness by vehicle operators. Vehicle headlights will be turned on and all necessary driving precautions will be taken. This post will be updated as road conditions change.
Update: As of 3:38 a.m., road conditions have returned to GREEN. As of 2:35 a.m., April 12, road conditions on and off Schriever AFB are YELLOW. Reporting conditions are normal. Road condition yellow indicates conditions of limited visibility (less than 300 ft) or slick/snow covered roads. Conditions require increased awareness by vehicle operators. Vehicle headlights will be turned on and all necessary driving precautions will be taken. This post will be updated as road conditions change.
As of 0400 MT, and after a careful assessment of current weather and road conditions on and off base, Schriever Air Force Base will be open, and all personnel are expected to report on time. It remains very windy out, but visibility is clear. CDOT has confirmed roadways in and around Colorado Springs are open and remain GREEN. Roads on base are GREEN. Both D20 and D49 are currently on a two-hour delay; however Ellicott School district is currently reporting on time. As always, weather safety conditions vary widely across the area, so individuals with specific commuting concerns should contact their respective leadership if there is a need for more time this morning to travel to the base. Be safe! If duty status is changed, information will be updated on Schriever Air Force Base’s Facebook page, local radio and TV stations, and the Snow Line.
Due to an assessment and anticipation of inclement weather conditions and forecast, The 50th Space Wing Commander has directed a "phased" early release for Schriever Air Force Base, effective April 10, 2019, for non-mission essential personnel due to forecast off-base weather and road conditions. Schriever personnel residing north of Wooden are released at 12:00 p.m., North of Platte/Highway 24 at 12:30 p.m., and remaining non-mission essential personnel are released at 1:00 p.m. Weather safety conditions vary widely across the area, so individuals with specific commuting concerns should contact their leadership for a risk management assessment. If duty status is changed, information will be updated on Schriever's Facebook page, local radio and TV stations and the Snow Line.
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Hey Space Geeks! Tune into StarTalk on the Nat Geo channel to hear Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson talking with Gen. Raymond and Maj. Gen. Shaw about the military and space tonight at 9 p.m. MT.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month and Schriever's new violence prevention integrator is dedicated to helping those in need. To find out more click here: https://www.schriever.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1802974/new-50th-sw-vpi-seeks-community-unity-awareness-for-saapm/
This is a powerful message from Gen. Goldfein on this #VietnamWarVeteransDay #Thankyouforyourservice
Update: As of 10:12 a.m., March 29, road conditions on and off Schriever AFB are GREEN. As of 6 a.m., March 29, road conditions on and off Schriever AFB are YELLOW. Reporting conditions are normal. Road condition yellow indicates conditions of limited visibility (less than 300 ft) or slick/snow covered roads. Conditions require increased awareness by vehicle operators. Vehicle headlights will be turned on and all necessary driving precautions will be taken. This post will be updated as road conditions change.
OU Cadets of Det 675 beats KSU Kansas State Air Force ROTC in Schriever's unofficial 35 lbs flak jacket push-up challenge. OU Cadet Jacob Newcomer sets the record at 60. #SchrieverAFB #AFSPCpeoples
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"I'm going for a walk, I'll be right back." Col. Nick Hague might have said that before he went on his first spacewalk Friday. Either way, we're super proud he's one of our own.
Update: As of 10:33 a.m., March 25, road conditions on and off Schriever AFB are GREEN. As of 6:53 a.m., March 25, road conditions on and off Schriever AFB are YELLOW. Reporting conditions are normal. Road condition yellow indicates conditions of limited visibility (less than 300 ft) or slick/snow covered roads. Conditions require increased awareness by vehicle operators. Vehicle headlights will be turned on and all necessary driving precautions will be taken. This post will be updated as road conditions change.
2019 is the year of the defender and TODAY is national puppy day. While they started off as cute cuddly puppies, these defenders can give the bad guys a ruff day. Post a pic of your fur babies in the comments along with their name. Cutest puppy wins...our hearts.
Update: As of 8:23 a.m., March 23, road conditions in and off Schriever AFB are GREEN. As of 6:41 a.m., March 23, road conditions off Schriever AFB are YELLOW. Reporting conditions are normal. Road condition yellow indicates conditions of limited visibility (less than 300 ft) or slick/snow covered roads. Conditions require increased awareness by vehicle operators. Vehicle headlights will be turned on and all necessary driving precautions will be taken. This post will be updated as road conditions change.
ALS class 19-3 graduation!
This video comes from Col. Kehl the 50th Mission Support Group commander during the bomb cyclone last week. Find out how Team Schriever responds to a unique weather event like this here: https://www.schriever.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1790116/team-schriever-braves-bomb-cyclone/
RT @AFSpaceCC: Can't say how thankful we all are @astroHague and Cosmonaut Ovchinin are safe after today's emergency landing. We're proud o…
RT @AF_Academy: Before Col. Nick Hague was a @NASA Astronaut, he was a @usairforce pilot. Before he was a pilot, he was a #usafa cadet. In…
Gold Star Mother's Day: Terry Chapman: https://t.co/fdhuv7MvmH via @YouTube
Tracking Station twins, mom know family comes first: https://t.co/2PEPIC3TZu via @YouTube
RT @starsandstripes: A game of rock-paper-scissors was used to break a tie when a group of @SchrieverAFB airmen played donkey basketball. h…
We are grateful to have such a hard-charging #Airman! Thank you for sharing your story! #TeamSchriever https://t.co/bJC0DLPrdy
Capt. Ramon Rosario is a great example of using passtimes to keep resilient! https://t.co/plaJBwBTHp
RT @usairforce: At this year's #ASC18, @SecAFOfficial spoke about the #USAF we need verses the #AirForce we have. https://t.co/b4id1eXriH
RT @usairforce: "#Resilient choices equal resilient #Airmen," - #CMSAF Kaleth O. Wright offers advice on taking care of Airmen from the gro…
National #POWMIA Recognition Day has come to it's conclusion among the #TeamSchriever family, but we will never for… https://t.co/2QleK4ANwT
RT @Space_Station: .@NASA TV will preview two upcoming spacewalks to continue station power system upgrades in a briefing at 2 p.m. EDT Thu…
Happy Birthday Air Force! And thank you to the Airmen who help it run as the #1 Air Force in the world! https://t.co/peIZLC6sXF
RT @DeptofDefense: Still riding! DYK: @30thSpaceWing has the last military police horse program in #DoD? They’re great for law enforcement…
RT @usairforce: During #ASC18, our #Airmen asked: How do you see multi-domain command & control integrating with our allies? @AFSpace comma…
RT @usairforce: Today we celebrate 71 years as the world's greatest #AIRPOWER! #Birthday #AFBDay https://t.co/VOY8ixMUlO
RT @usairforce: On your marks! The #AirForce Marathon is tomorrow @WrightPattAFB! https://t.co/nR2T1BS4Ql
RT @AFSpace: #OTD 1910 General Bernard A. Schriever was born in Bremen, Germany. He led development of the Thor, Atlas, Titan, and Minutema…

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