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  • Airman journies from South Africa to Schriever

    Senior Airman Scott Munro, 50th Civil Engineer Squadron engineering assistant, grew up in a quiet residential town about 45 minutes outside of Durban, on South Africa’s East Coast, “It was a fun childhood. We were always outside running around in the bush pretending we were soldiers having epic battles. Little did I know, I would one day join the military,” Munro said. Graduating high school in 2000, and obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Management Accounting in 2004, Munro went on to work as a financial manager for a construction company for three years.
  • SARC departs leaving ‘tall heels to fill’

    Paula Krause, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator and program manager with the Schriever Air Force Base Sexual Assault Response and Prevention program, has been at Schriever since May 2010, and officially said farewell to the base March 5.
  • SAI helps Airmen soar

    Many associate being in the Air Force with serving as a pilot or working with aircraft, however, thanks to Schriever’s Single Airmen’s Initiative, space Airmen such as Senior Airman Cameron Crabtree, mission planner with the 4th Space Operations Squadron, have the opportunity take the reins of an Aircraft – for free.
  • Bodybuilder Airman strives to compete

    Meeting the Air Force standards of physical fitness does not require one to be a bodybuilder, but for Senior Airman Guillermo Martinez, program manager, 17th Test Squadron, the two go hand-in-hand.
  • CCIP: Improving the unit

    “If you don’t practice, you don’t deserve to win.” The inspirational words of retired tennis ace Andre Agassi ring true in many contexts, perhaps none more so than the Commander’s Inspection Program.
  • Schriever leader shares financial advice, security

    Financial management is key to achieving stability, and with 78 percent of American’s living paycheck-to-paycheck, many are trapped in a cycle of financial dependence - Schriever Airmen included.
  • I am Schriever: Safety NCO leaves on a high note

    Staff Sgt. Morris Thomas, occupational safety officer with the 50th Space Wing Safety Office, recently won 2017’s Air Force Space Command Safety Career Professional of the Year award.
  • #IamSCHRIEVER Portraits - Week of Feb. 15

    "IamSCHRIEVER Portraits” feature photos and interviews of Team Schriever members and aim to engage community members and share their stories and experiences with all of Team Schriever. The intent is to increase awareness, appreciation and engagement of diversity within the force and enable more open, honest and respectful communication throughout base. If you are interested in sharing your stories, call the 50th Space Wing Public Affairs office at 719-567-5040.
  • Schriever helping agencies give couples, families support

    The military is a distinctive lifestyle that can be unpredictable, unmalleable and tasking – it also comes with a host of advantages.
  • I am Schriever: Reaching final orbit

    Late one evening in 1988, an airman basic F-16 avionics technician tinkered with the electronics systems in the cockpit of the jet fighter at the 50th Tactical Fighter Wing, Hahn Air Base, Germany. Wiping the sweat from his brow with the sleeve of his fatigues, he paused to gaze up into a starry night sky, contemplating how fortunate he was to have the job he had. He had no way of knowing the realm of space would be where he would end his career 30 years later.
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