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  • Deputy SecDef, SecAF meet with space leaders, joint warfighters on Front Range

    Deputy Secretary of Defense David Norquist and Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett completed their first official trips to Peterson At Force Base to learn about military space operations from U.S. Space Command and Air Force Space Command leaders and space operators Nov. 1.This was the first time Norquist and Barrett toured the National
  • Medical facility upgrades to streamline operations

    The 21st Medical Group, located at both Peterson and Schriever Air Force Bases in Colorado, is scheduled for two military construction projects that will streamline and expand its current facilities.
  • 21st Medical Squadron breaks ground for new addition

    The 21st Medical Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, broke ground to expand the medical facility Sept. 5.
  • PSC Club unites spouses across bases

    Alley Kendall knew she wanted to get involved in the community when she and her husband, Senior Airman Jesse Kendall, arrived at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo., in 2015.
  • 19th SOPS receives new commander

    The 19th Space Operations Squadron, a classic Reserve associate unit to the 2nd Space Operations Squadron, received a new commander on Sunday, June 3. The squadron performs launch, early-orbit, anomaly resolution and disposal operations for the Global Positioning Satellite constellation.
  • CoC ceremony rooted in rich history

    Change of commands are rooted in rich military history, dating back to the 18th century.
  • Joint Force Space Component commander staff to move to Schriever AFB

    Air Force officials announced Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, as the preferred location for the Joint Force Space Component staff.
  • 6th SOPS Reserve Citizen Airmen complete 40,000 satellite contacts

    A crew consisting of all Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 6th Space Operations Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base recently made history by achieving their 40,000th satellite contact. As part of the only space wing in the Air Force Reserve, the 310th Space Wing, 6 SOPS’ accomplishment signifies just how far the Reserve has come in space operations.
  • Meet the 'Baum Squad' - Brothers in Arms

    The term ‘Brothers in Arms’ stems from a long-time comradery between service members as they face adversity together and learn to rely on each other like family. For the Baumgartner brothers, that phrase has taken on a more literal meaning that spans three separate generations.
  • 310th OSS embraces new training opportunity, environment

    Promoting a positive learning environment is an important factor to consider when measuring student performance against teacher effectiveness. The 310th Operations Support Squadron, alongside the 50th OSS, are committed to achieving this goal together and managing total force integration.
  • 310th OSS embraces new training opportunity, environment

    Promoting a positive learning environment is an important factor to consider when measuring student performance against teacher effectiveness. The 310th Operations Support Squadron, alongside the 50th OSS, are committed to achieving this goal together and managing total force integration.
  • 310th SW activates 2nd ops group

    The 310th Space Wing, always growing and expanding, stood up a second operations group at Buckley Air Force Base during the November Unit Training Assembly. One facet of the 710th Operations Group mission is to provide support to geographically separated units within the wing, such as the 8th Space Warning Squadron, 380th Space Control Squadron and Detachment 1, 8th Space Warning Squadron.
  • 7th SOPS Citizen Airman recognized for innovation

    In today’s ever-changing and evolving Air Force, Airmen are often encouraged by their leadership to be innovative and find the most efficient way to perform their job. First Lt. Brandon Sexton, while working active duty at the 1st Space Operations Squadron on Schriever Air Force Base, went above and beyond his call of duty to do just that.
  • 6 SOPS flies the COOP

    Once a year, members from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration travel from Suitland, Maryland, to Schriever AFB to work side-by-side with the 6th Space Operations Squadron for Continuity of Operations training. 6 SOPS, a Reserve squadron and part of the 310th Space Wing on Schriever, specializes in operating the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program satellites.
  • Slowing the spin

    The world is spinning.Not in that slow, 24-hour daily rotation, imperceptible sense, but more like Dorothy in the tornado, losing the sense of reality, life out-of-control spin. Need to stop it, need to find a focus point. Need someone to slow the rotation.Make the call.“Whenever they need us, we’re there,” Velnette Janes said.Janes is one of
  • Schriever to host Team Cohesion Challenge

    Team Schriever members looking to challenge themselves physically and mentally can still register for the Air Force Team Cohesion Challenge taking place May 5.The TCC, a collaborative event sponsored by Recharge for Resiliency and the Single Airman Initiative, and GORUCK (a small, grassroots company selected specifically for its military relevance,
  • Schriever members to participate in memorial march

    On April 10, 1942, the first of approximately 76,000 American and Filipino service members took their first steps in what would become one of the most brutal and deadly marches in history.The Bataan Death March, as the 65-mile trek came to be known, claimed 10,000 lives, as the captives were subjected not only to the harsh elements of the tropical
  • 4 SOPS wins rematch, basketball championship

    The 4th Space Operations Squadron had a year to think about what happened in the 2016 intramural basketball championship game, when the U.S. Air Force Warfare Center’s defensive strategy held the potent 4 SOPS offense to just 37 points.This year, it was the 4 SOPS defense shutting down the USAFWC as a mid-half switch to full-court pressure held the
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