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  • #IamSCHRIEVER Portraits - 4th of July

    2nd Lt. Matthew Triplett, student with the 50th Operations Support Squadron. "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.
  • #IamSCHRIEVER Portraits - Week of Oct. 26

    "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 567-5040. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class William Tracy)
  • #IamSCHRIEVER Portraits - Week of Sept. 14

    "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 567-5040.
  • I am SCHRIEVER: Finding new belonging

    In the midst of war, a young British boy walks toward his grammar school; life carrying on around him under a facade of normalcy - when the terrifyingly familiar sound of a German plane roars overhead, and in an instant it shatters all pretense; bullets impacting around him, a solemn reminder of the reality of war.
  • #IamSCHRIEVER Portraits - week of May 18

    "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.
  • AFSCN: Linking with space

    When SpaceX launched a satellite into space with a once-used booster rocket March 30 from Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2nd Lt. Gregory Allen was tucked more than 1,800 miles away at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, monitoring the event through the Air Force Satellite Control Network.
  • #IamSCHRIEVER Portraits- week of March 23

    "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.
  • I am SCHRIEVER: Gaining a new perspective

    Camila Shockey was a toddler when civil war ravaged her home country of El Salvador.
  • #IamSCHRIEVER Portraits - week of Dec. 15

    The 50th Space Wing Public Affairs office is proud to present “IamSCHRIEVER Portraits,” which features photos and interviews of Team Schriever members. IamSCHRIEVER Portraits 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
  • Schriever: A brief history

    The history of Schriever Air Force Base began in September 1979, when Department of Defense officials approved plans for development of an installation to provide a second control node for support of existing, and planned, satellite constellations, and to house an operations support center for NASA space shuttles.
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