• CCIP: Leading People

    Questions like these will be part of the base's Unit Effectiveness Inspection in December
  • AEHF-4 Arrives in Florida, Prepares for Launch

    The U.S. Air Force’s Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) program completed a major program milestone on July 27, successfully delivering the AEHF-4 satellite to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.   “AEHF-4 delivery and launch marks a significant milestone in fulfilling our communication commitment to the highest priority Department of
  • Chapel team hosts resiliency picnic

    Attendees grab free food during the 50th Space Wing Chaplain’s Office resiliency picnic for wing staff agencies, 50th Comptroller Squadron and the 21st Medical Squadron in the 21st MDS clinic picnic area at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Aug. 14, 2018. Airmen had the opportunity to enjoy food, relax and bond with the chapel team during the event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class William Tracy)
  • iWAR seeks ideas

    Although the 50th Space Wing is the master of space, it must continue to innovate, integrate and elevate operations to remain ahead of its adversaries in the ever-evolving space and cyber domains.
  • USAFA cadets experience Schriever mission

    Throughout June and July, more than 50 United States Air Force Academy cadets traveled down the road to visit Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, as part of the Operation Air Force program.
  • Base bulletin- week of Aug. 16

    -Information for these events can also be found in the Schriever Air Force Base Facebook events section
  • Schriever remembers Holocaust

    An eight-year-old Jewish boy stood at the edge of a clearing on the border of Czechoslovakia and Hungary with an adult friend at the beginning of World War II. He thought he was just on a cross country adventure. “Do you know how to hop like a bunny rabbit,” the adult asked. “Oh yes, I can do that quite well,” the boy responded gleefully.
  • AFAS to award more than $6 million in annual grants, scholarships

    The Air Force Aid Society will award more than $6 million in Gen. Henry Hap Arnold education grants and AFAS merit scholarships to the dependents of active duty and retired Airmen.  A total of 2,556 college and university students will receive the education grants and merit-based scholarships, ranging from $500 to $5,000, during the 2018-2019
  • 2nd SOPS muscles through PT

    Airmen from the 2nd Space Operations Squadron carry a 450-pound weight called “The Worm” on the outdoor track at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Aug. 13, 2018.
  • CCIP: Leading People

    Questions like these will be part of the base's Unit Effectiveness Inspection in December.

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