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  • Chaplain Hughes enjoys one last laugh

    Capt. Lauren Hughes, Schriever chaplain, capped her time at Schriever Air Force Base with jokes, July 30, 2020 during her farewell at the Schriever Event Center.
  • 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
  • Schriever FD to host Fire Prevention Week

    The Schriever Fire Department advocates Airmen “Look, Listen, Learn,” and to “Be aware - fire can happen anywhere,” for Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7 - 13.
  • Customer Appreciation Day boosts Airmen morale

    The 50th Force Support Squadron held a Customer Appreciation Day to encourage camaraderie and morale between Schriever Airmen, Sept. 24.
  • 17 years later, Schriever remembers 9/11

    Schriever Airmen, their families and members of the local community gathered to remember the attacks of Sept. 11 with a reveille and wreath laying Sept. 11, 2018.
  • Schriever earns top AFAF spot

    Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, raised the most funds among U.S. Air Force Space Command installations, and placed fourth highest Air Force wide, for 2018 Air Force Assistance Fund donations.
  • Helping agencies, USO support spouses

    Helping agencies informed spouses during a spouse meet and greet with free refreshments provided by the USO at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado April 13.
  • Deputy Secretary of Defense visits AFSPC, NSDC

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan visited the National Space Defense Center and Air Force Space Command units here on Feb. 5 to discuss military space operations with DoD, National Reconnaissance Office and AFSPC leaders and to receive mission and training updates.
  • National Space Defense Center transitions to 24/7 operations

    SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - Less than a year after changing the name of the Joint Interagency Combined Space Operations Center to the National Space Defense Center, the NSDC transitioned to 24/7 operations on January 8, marking a significant step for the expanding, interagency team focused on protecting and defending the nation's critical space assets.
  • Holiday party to encompass Schriever unity, giving

    With the arrival of the winter season typically comes the 50th Space Wing Holiday Party; however, this year “wing” has been extended to “base” as cold weather looms.
  • ODR/ITT offers discounts, rentals

    The Schriever Outdoor Recreation Information Tickets and Tours office offers Airmen a variety of equipment, rentals and discounted tickets available for purchase year-round. Attempting to appeal to an even broader spectrum, they began selling blue customizable ceramic coffee mugs and sleeves Oct. 1.
  • FD, wing leadership practice fire safety

    Col. Jacob Middleton 50th Space Wing vice commander, Col. Jennifer Grant 50th SW commander, Brad Truver Schriever Fire Department fire prevention assistant chief, and Col. Royal Davis, Judge Advocate office commander smile after successfully evacuating from the FD's home fire safety simulator at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Oct. 11, 2017.
  • AFSPC CCC surveys Schriever SF

    Staff Sgt. Andrew Marosok, 50th Space Wing Security Forces Squadron resource protection, demonstrates testing methods of security systems to Chief Master Sgt. Brendan Criswell, Air Force Space Command command chief, at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo., Friday, Sep. 8, 2017. Criswell visited Schriever to receive updates on recent security upgrades.
  • 21 MDS offers virtual appointments

    The 21st Medical Squadron’s providers are now offering Team Schriever and their families virtual appointments to expedite routine medical appointments.
  • Diversity Day shows strength in differences

    "Diversity is a good thing, teamwork is a good thing, mutual respect for each other, regardless of background, circumstance, situation, is important. That is the focus today. The focus is not about how we are different per se; it is about how what we bring to the table complements what's on the table --How we can best help each other to be better and to be a stronger team," said Col. Jennifer Grant, 50th Space Wing commander.
  • IG prepares Team Schriever

    Following disasters, witnesses often report numerous victim deaths and injuries that could have been avoided if the victims had utilized reasonable escape options. In most cases, these victims freeze, preventing them from taking appropriate actions in the pivotal moments during an emergency.
  • Hollywood comes to Schriever

    Capt. Jeffrey Wagner, 2nd Space Operations Squadron mission commander, informs Hollywood tour participants about the 2 SOPS mission at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, July 17, 2017. Attendees of the tour included directors, producers and writers from acclaimed companies such as Netflix, Marvel Studios and Warner Brothers. (U.S. Air Force
  • Wing welcomes ‘home’ new leader

    The 50th Space Wing welcomed new leadership during a change-of-command ceremony held here June 30 at 8:30 a.m.
  • CDC plants Arbor Day tree

    Child Development Center youth and staff celebrate Arbor Day with a tree planting courtesy of the 50th Civil Engineering Squadron and the Colorado State Forestry Service at the CDC at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Friday, June 9, 2017. The planting marked the 19th consecutive year of Schriever’s recognition as a Tree City USA recipient. (U.S.
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