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  • Airmen donate blood in response to mass shootings in Texas, Ohio

    Airmen from the 50th Operations Support Squadron donated blood in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in response to recent mass shootings in the United States. Second Lt. Charles Cooper, 50th OSS student, organized the event, which he described as a personal matter.“Recently there have been mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio,” he said. “My
  • 50th Logistics Readiness Flight keeps Schriever prepared, safe

    The 50th Logistics Readiness Flight supports Schriever Airmen by managing mobility gear, to keeping Airmen on base safe from potentially dangerous packages.Paul Hight, 50th LRF mobility technician, said it is important Airmen receive the correct gear in good condition so they are prepared for any situation while deployed.“We maintain accountability
  • 527th Space Aggressor Squadron Airman named Air Force Space Operator of the Year

    Capt. Nathaniel Lee, 527th Aggressor Squadron chief of future operations, was named the 2018 Air Force Space Operator of the Year in the Company Grade Officer category and received his award during a visit from Col. John Gallemore, 57th Adversary Tactics Group commander, at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Aug. 15.
  • 50th Space Communications Squadron Airmen summit Colorado 14er Pikes Peak

    Airmen from the 50th Space Communications Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, gather after summiting Pikes Peak, at Pike National Forest, Colorado, Aug. 14, 2019. The group summited the peak to instill esprit de corps and to challenge their comprehensive Airman fitness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Locke)
  • 50th Security Forces Squadron hosts controlled substance awareness training

    John Camacho, 50th Security Forces Squadron investigator, familiarizes Airmen on controlled substances at the 50th SFS training complex at Schriever Air Force Base Colorado, Aug. 8, 2019. The squadron used confiscated controlled substances in a training environment to teach Airmen and senior leaders how to identify controlled substances. (U.S. Air
  • 45th Space Wing supports successful Atlas V AEHF-5 launch

    An Atlas V AEHF-5 rocket launches from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, Aug. 8, 2019. Previously, the Atlas V rocket launched Advanced Extremely High Frequency communication satellites from CCAFS in 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2018. The 4th Space Operations Squadron located at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, will command and control the satellite once it completes on-orbit checkout.
  • Unite Program funds support Schriever Airmen rafting trip

    The Unite Program is used to develop new skills or competency, improve physical fitness or promote interaction between unit members. Funds have to be used no later than Sept. 15. For more information about the Unite Program, contact Eric McCullough at 567-2525.
  • Schriever’s single officers connect, build resilience at retreat

    The 50th Space Wing chaplain’s office hosted a single company grade officer’s resiliency retreat, “Single and Secure,” for Schriever Airmen at Breckenridge, Colorado, Aug. 9-11. During the retreat, Airmen discussed modern day dating and marriage and learned about their own personality traits by completing self-assessments based on the Myers-Briggs and the Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator tests. The single CGOs also explored Breckenridge together and built on newly formed friendships.
  • Base bulletin - week of Aug. 15

    More Information for some of these events can also be found on the Schriever Air Force Base Facebook events section.
  • Plague impacts prairie dog population, no cause for concern

    According to El Paso County officials, the plague was confirmed as responsible for the death of two prairie dogs at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado.
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