#IamSCHRIEVER Portraits

  • Changing the norm

    Establishing a Green Dot network and making the connections to encourage bystanders to be active participators often starts with a single individual striving to defy the status quo by doing the right thing.
  • Class helps Airmen prepare to leave dorms

    Leaving the dorms is an inevitable event, and can cause anxiety and confusion for the Airmen forced to pack their bags and abandon the bittersweet perks of rent-free housing.
  • 527 SAS, 26 SAS: Knowing your enemy

    Nestled in the southwest corner of Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, is a large warehouse commonly known to its inhabitants as “the Barn.” But this is no ordinary storage unit, nor does it house farm animals. It’s the home of the 527th and 26th Space Aggressors Squadrons, and they have a unique mission set - playing the bad guys.
  • 50 CES: Fire Department keeping fires at bay

    Life. Property. Environment. These three areas are the main mission focus for the Schriever Air Force Base firefighters on, and they take that mission seriously. “We are constantly trying to improve our response and our organization to better serve Team Schriever,” said Allen Perry, 50th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department health and safety assistant chief.
  • Strength through service, remembrance

    Photographs are powerful objects, capable of spurring profound emotions deep within the soul, refining past emotions for the present and sealing them indefinitely in its contents. Christopher DeWitt’s work as a photographer for the emotionally-stirring program “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep” is a true testament to this power.
  • 50 CES keeps Schriever moving

    When the heating ventilation and air conditioning goes down, when the power goes out, or when there is snow that needs clearing on the road at Schriever who are you going to call? You are going to call the 50th Civil Engineering Squadron to be exact. Capt. Tyronda Kelly, 50 CES operations flight commander, can tell you all about that.
  • Airmen renovate classroom

    Test takers and First Term Airmen arriving at Schriever now have access to updated equipment and an improved classroom environment thanks to the renovations made to the 50th Force Support Squadron’s Professional Development Flight Computer Lab.
  • Follow incline rules

    The Manitou Springs Incline is a renowned destination spot in Colorado, for natives and visitors alike. The trail is the remains of a former railway whose tracks washed out during a rock slide.
  • Office targets HAZMATS

    Members of the 21st Medical Squadron's bioenvironmental engineering conduct water contamination testing, hazardous material identification and industrial hygiene to ensure Schriever Airmen’s safety and well-being.
  • Maintaining air superiority at all times

    Imagine spending six months in an overseas deployed location and finally receiving the call to come home. With bags packed and plane ticket in hand, the thought of being able to finally see your loved ones once again would lift the spirits of any military service member. But what happens when safety concerns arise on your flight home? For four defenders from the 50th Security Forces Squadron, this was their reality. But waiting any longer to see their loved ones was not an option.

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