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Schriever Airmen soar over Golden

Schriever Airmen soar over Golden

First Lt. Ian Day, mission flight planner with the 4th Space Operations Squadron, takes off on a motorized hang glider during a tandem flight as part of the 50th Force Support Squadron’s Single Airmen Initiative in Golden, Colorado, June 18, 2018. The SAI’s goal is to increase resiliency and allow Airmen the opportunity to experience an activity they might not be able to afford or try on their own. (Courtesy photo)

Schriever Airmen soar over Golden

Senior Airman Brandon Pingle, structures troop with the 50th Civil Engineer Squadron, rides on a motorized hang glider as part of the 50th Force Support Squadron’s Single Airmen Initiative in Golden, Colorado, June 18, 2018. This was the second time SAIP hosted this trip for single Airmen. (Courtesy photo)

Schriever Airmen soar over Golden

First Lt. Ian Day, mission flight planner with the 4th Space Operations Squadron, rides on a motorized hang glider during a tandem flight as part of the 50th Force Support Squadron’s Single Airmen Initiative in Golden, Colorado, June 18, 2018. SAIP is in its seventh year at Schriever Air Force Base. (Courtesy photo)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- The Single Airmen Initiative Program’s goal is to increase resiliency and allow Airmen the opportunity to experience an activity they might not be able to afford or try on their own. 
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