Schriever Air Force Base
  • 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.
  • Bench press, deadlift competition strengthens bonds, muscles

    Nineteen Schriever Airmen put their strength and focus to the test at the annual Bench Press and Deadlift competition at the Schriever Air Force Base Fitness Center Jan. 26.
  • 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.
  • The Murph: New champions crowned

    Beginning at 6 a.m. Friday, 10 Team Schriever members gathered for the annual fitness challenge, The Murph,      The competition is in honor of U.S. Navy Lt. Michael Murphy, who created the workout, which consists of a  1-mile run, 100 pull-ups, 200 push-ups and 300 body squats, followed by another 1-mile run, and who was killed in action on June
  • The Murph: Combining physical challenge, tribute

    As Memorial Day approaches, Team Schriever members will again participate in an annual event combining physical fitness with a tribute to a fallen military member – The Murph.The Murph is an athletic competition named after U.S. Navy Lt. Michael Murphy, who created the workout. Murphy was killed in action June 28, 2005, while serving in
  • Schriever members complete challenge

    Thirty-eight Team Schriever members completed a grueling Team Cohesion Challenge Friday.The TCC, a collaborative event sponsored by Recharge for Resiliency, the Single Airman Initiative, and GORUCK (a small, grassroots company selected specifically for its military relevance, small event footprint and focus on group and team dynamics), pushed
  • TVC residents celebrate Earth Day

    Tierra Vista Communities residents dug for earthworms, decorated flowerpots and created birdfeeders during TVC's annual Earth Day celebration April 21. The event had to be moved indoors due to inclement weather, but that didn't stop residents from going out to get a few starter items for their home gardens.
  • Month of the Military Child: My child, my hero

    The “My Child, My Hero,” display greets Schriever Child Development Center patrons and visitors from the building’s atrium. The display is part of the CDC’s Month of the Military Child observation, and includes a photo with a brief statement explaining why the child is their parent’s hero. Some of the reasons include “kind spirit,” “taught me the
  • 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

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