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  • Sexual assault reporting options protect victims' privacy, provide care

    Understanding sexual assault reporting guidelines and options can help victims receive essential medical care, counseling and confidence while ensuring their rights are respected. "Sexual assault is a crime that goes against the core values of the Air Force," said Nancy Pike, 4th Fighter Wing sexual assault response coordinator. "It really tears at
  • Space officers can add 'W' to specialty code

    The U.S. Air Force Weapons School is not just for aircrew and intelligence officers. Since 1996, officers from Air Force Space Command have been attending the weapons school at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., and make up about 10 percent of the overall class, said Capt. Phillip Verroco, AFSPC chief of tactics. According to the 328th Weapons Squadron
  • 14th AF command chief highlights Airman's Creed during visit

    When the command chief master sergeant of 14th Air Force visited Schriever Sept. 5-6, the Airman's Creed was in his heart and on his mind. Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Narofsky shared the creed's words and meaning with Airmen he saw during his two-day visit, which included a discussion with the Schriever Senior NCO Induction class, lunch with
  • Parents have 60 days to enroll newborns in TriCare Prime

    New parents have 60 days from the date of birth or adoption to enroll their new child in TriCare Prime. Otherwise, on the 61st day, the child will be covered by TriCare Standard. TriCare beneficiaries should follow these two steps for Prime enrollment: Step 1 - Enroll Child in DEERS To register a new child in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility
  • 50th SW adds new antenna to its arsenal

    One of the newest satellite antennas in the country is now part of the 50th Space Wing's Air Force Satellite Control Network. Col. Robert Skinner, commander of the 50th's Network Operations Group, accepted control of the Antedo antenna at New Boston Air Force Station, N.H., from the Satellite Control and Network Systems Group at a ceremony on
  • Outstanding units named for 2006, 2007

    Schriever Airmen previously assigned to the following units during the times specified are authorized to wear the Air Force Organizational Excellence Award ribbon.Headquarters Air Combat Command, June 1, 2004 - May 31, 2006 Headquarters Air Mobility Command, June 1, 2004 - May 31, 2006 Headquarters Pacific Air Forces,* April 1, 2003 - Sept. 30,
  • News Briefs - Week of September 6, 2007

    Below are news briefs for the week of September 6, 2007. To submit news briefs for consideration, send an e-mail to the Satellite Flyer Online with the subject line "News Brief." 60th Air Force Birthday Bash taking place Sept. 21 The Peterson Consolidated Club will hold the 60th Air Force Birthday Bash Sept. 21. Social hour starts at 5 p.m.
  • Prairie dogs, rabbits and snakes -- oh, my!

    Located in the prairie, Schriever is no stranger to wildlife. It hosts prairie dogs, rabbits, rattlesnakes, bull snakes, burrowing owls, great horned owls, field mice, antelope, coyotes, thirteen-lined ground squirrels or "striped gophers", birds and other wildlife. While many of these species pose no threat, some can be dangerous if humans venture
  • Flag football season underway

    It's that time of year again - a time when the temperature begins to cool and a pigskin ball is thrown down a field. On a cool, damp morning on Aug. 30, six teams took to the field for intramural flag football season. First up, 3rd SOPS and 50th CPTS. Despite many runs by 3rd SOPS' quarterback Joshua Sollee, the team was not able to post any points
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