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  • Schriever recognizes National Caribbean American Heritage Month

    The Department of Defense recognizes the contributions Caribbean Americans have made to the military.
  • Proud to be an American; from Russia to American Airman

    Patriotism and love for country can be a reason why men and women choose to serve in the armed forces, and it’s no different for Tech. Sgt. Inna Lvova, 50th Comptroller Squadron non-commissioned officer in charge of financial analysis at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, who said she is proud to wear the uniform of the United States Air Force.
  • Year of the Defender: The gatekeeper; more than meets the eye

    50th Security Forces Squadron Airmen are the first individuals to greet anyone entering Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, but who is the individual behind the plate carrier, M4 carbine and Berretta M9? Airman 1st Class Stevie La Croix, 50th SFS response force patrol, hails from Hesperia, California about an hour and a half from Los Angeles. La Croix said she always had plans to join the Air Force. “I wanted to go to college and I knew the Air Force could help with that and my grandfather was in the Navy,” she said. “From about the age of 10 I knew the military was something I wanted to be a part of.” La Croix said she plans to make a career out of the Air Force and utilize the benefits earned through her service.
  • Schriever celebrates diversity, Asian, Pacific Islander Heritage Month

    As early as 1815 in the battle for New Orleans alongside General Andrew Jackson, Asian Americans have served in the United States armed forces. Since then, the U.S. military has become a stronger and more capable force. Airman 1st Class Jad Arcega, 50th Force Support Squadron customer service apprentice, said representing the Philippines in the United States military is something he is proud to do. “To be able to stand out and represent my culture in this career field really means a lot to me,” he said.
  • 50th FSS civilian makes mark with art

    Wendy DeRosier, 50th Force Support Squadron recreational assistant, stays busy in her workspace inside the outdoor recreation warehouse at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, April 19, 2019. As the arts and crafts lead, DeRosier is responsible for engraving, maintaining and framing awards and other items for the base, supporting the 50th FSS mission of delivering critical customer-focused support and quality of life programs to enhance the enhancement of Schriever AFB space and cyberspace warfighters and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman William Tracy)
  • Earth Day: Protect our species

    Earth Day is an annual event created to celebrate the planet’s environment and raise public awareness about pollution by reminding people to think about humanity’s values, the threats the planet faces and ways to help protect the environment.
  • Schriever locksmith key to base accessibility

    Larry Hollis, 50th Civil Engineer Squadron maintenance mechanic and locksmith, inspects a key for irregularities in his workshop at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, April 5, 2019. Hollis ensures each key is compatible with its designated locks and does not have chips or damage from the key grinding process. Hollis’ work supports the 50th CES mission to “construct, operate, maintain and protect Schriever AFB facilities and environment through a prepared and highly motivated workforce.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman William Tracy)
  • 1st SOPS: Tip of spear for space

    If you’re not first, you’re last. The 1st Space Operations Squadron’s motto might seem misplaced, but this level of confidence is required when working on a championship team.
  • I am Schriever: Serving waffles leads to AF career

    Senior Airman Magdalena Kocheva, 50th Civil Engineering Squadron commander support staff, lived an ordinary childhood in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, playing music and going to movies with her older brother, Dimitar.
  • I am Schriever: Learning, leading to general

    Small in stature and voice, at first glance she may not appear to be an influential individual, but that would be a fleeting thought for anyone who has engaged Col. Jennifer Grant, 50th Space Wing commander.
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