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  • Soccer: Dominant 2nd half ensures Schriever victory

    Schriever's Luke Barker scored three goals in the second half to break open a close contest and give Schriever a 4-1 victory over Peterson Air Force Base's varsity soccer team at St. Mary High School's football field Oct. 14. The two teams met in a regular season contest in the Colorado Springs Division II men's soccer league. This was the first
  • Football: 50th SCS reclaims intramural championship

    A touchdown in the last moments of the intramural flag football championship here gave 50th SCS its third title in four years with a 19-14 victory over 4th SOPS.Jason Golaboski connected to Rondy Williams for the score, clinching the victory for 50th SCS with 10 seconds left in the game. The two teams traded leads during the game, with neither team
  • Snow Call: Your winter weather information source

    The commute to Schriever is a long one, and with winter weather vastly approaching, dangerous road conditions are inevitable. However, Schriever personnel have various sources for determining these conditions. One source is to call the Schriever Snow Call line at 567- SNOW (7669) or to access it online at www.schriever.af.mil and click on "Snow
  • Football: 4th SOPS, 50th SCS advance to finals

    And then there were two. Two intramural flag football teams remain out of 10 teams that began the season. The two teams, 4th SOPS and 50th SCS, played strong Oct. 11 to make it to the final, with the first game between 4th SOPS and CPTS determined only by a failed extra point. Close throughout, CPTS struck first off a quick run. Billie Barnard,
  • 'Practice your escape plan' for Fire Prevention Week

    Schriever's fire department provided an interactive demo of their fire gear near Building 300 to help promote this year's Fire Prevention Week theme: practice your escape plan. The event educated personnel about the tools and work involved in being a firefighter while increasing awareness on fire prevention and what steps to take in the event of a
  • 3rd SOPS, Boeing take over WGS early-orbit support

    Airmen with the 3rd Space Operations Squadron and contractors with Boeing Corporation took over early-orbit operations on Wideband Global SATCOM Satellite Vehicle 1 from a Boeing facility in El Segundo, Calif., approximately 30 minutes after it launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., Oct. 10. The teaming gives 3rd SOPS Airmen an
  • Interest in space wanes despite nation's space dependency

    Too many Americans feel the "dark void" above them is of little consequence, but nothing is further from the truth, warned one congressman during the Space Education Symposium held by Air University's National Space Studies Center in Montgomery, Ala., in September. In a video presentation at the symposium, Rep. Terry Everett of Alabama, a senior
  • Space professionals share experiences, insights

    Below are excerpts from Space Awareness Day panel discussions with space professionals from Schriever, Buckley and Peterson Air Force bases. The members of the panel were: -- Capt. Jennifer Herron, 2nd Space Warning Squadron, Buckley AFB -- Capt. Tony Muro III, Aerospace Data Facility, Buckley AFB -- 1st Lt. Dan Sanders, 50th Operations Support
  • Cadets gain space awareness

    Nearly 1,000 freshman cadets filled the Arnold Hall auditorium here Oct. 6 to get their first glimpse into the benefits they will gain from space-based combat effects during their Air Force careers. Space professionals from bases along the Front Range offered briefings, panel discussions and exhibits at Air Force Space Command-sponsored Space
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