• 1st SOPS ops accepts ORS-5

    The 1st Space Operations Squadron accepted operational control of the Operationally Responsive Space-5 satellite system through United States Strategic Command during a ceremony at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 31.
  • Schriever AFB families board resiliency train

    Families of deployed service members from Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, enjoyed a free train ride through the Royal Gorge in Canon City, Colorado, May 26, 2018.
  • Snakes on a base: be cautious, aware

    Most people dislike snakes on a base, especially those invading one’s home and routine. However, Senior Airman Brandon Pingle, structures troop with the 50th Civil Engineering Squadron, finds their presence on base interesting.
  • Airman recognized for hard work, support

    Airman 1st Class Claudia Cousin, force management apprentice with the 50th Force Support Squadron, is recognized by the Colorado Springs Area Chief’s Group at Schriever Air Force Base Colorado, May, 2018 for her hard work, going above and beyond in her everyday tasks and supporting the enlisted corps.
  • Office stresses summer safety

    For more information, contact the 50th Space Wing Safety Office at 567-7233. 
  • Base Bulletin - week of May 31

    -Information for these events can also be found in the Schriever Air Force Base Facebook events section * Spouses are invited to events marked with
  • Duathlon encourages multi-sport competition

    Airmen will have the opportunity to prove their athletic ability in the 14th annual duathlon at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, June 8.
  • AFSPC mission inspires young minds

    Central High School Air Force Junior ROTC cadets from Fort Worth, Texas, gather at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 29, 2018. 
  • Schriever earns top AFAF spot

    Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, raised the most funds among U.S. Air Force Space Command installations, and placed fourth highest Air Force wide, for 2018 Air Force Assistance Fund donations.
  • Ugly rug upstages trophy at Golf tourney

    The 23rd Space Operations Squadron defeated the 6th Space Warning Squadron in the annual New England Space Cup, a golf tournament at Highfields Golf and Country Club in Grafton, Massachusetts, May 10. While the 23rd SOPS was happy to go home with a trophy, they were even happier to avoid having to take home the ugly rug, a “hideous” symbol of defeat for the event’s losers. According to tradition, the rug must be prominently displayed in the losing squadron’s director of operation’s office until the next year’s tournament.

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