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Base bulletin - Week of Sept. 24

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Schriever Air Force Base, Colo. --

This week

5/6 hosts staff sergeant Release party

The 5/6 organization is scheduled to host the staff sergeant release party 3:30 p.m. Friday at the indoor running track. For more information, contact Staff Sgt. Lloyd Morris at 567-5083.

Schriever hosts Wingman Day

The Team Schriever Wingman Days are scheduled Sept. 28 to Oct. 1. Wingman days provide an opportunity to relax and focus on strengthening teams. The events are spread across four days to ensure everyone has an opportunity to participate while adhering to COVID-19 health protection guidelines. To register, go to

SecDef updates flag policy

The Secretary of Defense updated the Department of Defense’s flag display policy. To learn what is permitted/prohibited on base, visit

MPF scheduled closure

The Military Personnel Flight will be closed for an official function today. Normal operations will resume tomorrow.

For any emergency actions, call Senior Master Sgt. Cory Shipp at 567-5156.

FSS hosts movie in the park

The 50th Force Support Squadron is scheduled to show The Lion King at a Movie in the Park event at 6 p.m., Friday at the base softball field. There will also be a magician in attendance. Bring your own coolers, lawn chairs and blankets. Seating is limited, call 567-2525 to reserve a spot.

MCS resumes normal hours

The Peterson Military Clothing Store resumed its normal Saturday hours of operation from 10 a.m.-4p.m.

ENT Bank reopens

The Schriever ENT Bank reopened Sept. 14. Social distancing and face masks are required to enter. The bank’s hours of operation are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday and is closed for lunch 11 a.m.-noon each day.

Schriever hosts dorm Airmen meeting

For Schriever Airmen living in the Peterson-Schriever Garrison dorms, there is a meeting Sept. 30 from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Bldg. 300 Auditorium. The meeting is an opportunity for Airmen to discuss ways to improve the quality of life in the dorms. For more information, contact Airman Bogdan Beslac at 567-3679.

El Paso County remains at Stage II fire restrictions

El Paso County has extended Stage II fire restrictions. This includes Peterson and Schriever Air Force Bases and Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station.

The following activities and items are now prohibited:

  • Campfires in camping/picnic grounds
  • Model rockets
  • Public prescribed burning/burn permits
  • Outdoor smoking
  • Sale or use of fireworks
  • Outdoor cooking (grilling, except propane)
  • Outdoor fires 

On base

Claims against the estate

If anyone has claims for or against the estate of Staff Sgt. Aaron Morency, contact Capt. Isabella Wolak, the summary courts officer at 834-1090.

GRB comes back online

The Government Retirement and Benefits platform maintenance is complete and the platform is back online. The platform is now accessible at Users must use their authenticated certificate to access the application.

Contact Jaime Sampayo at the Civilian Personnel Office with questions at or call 567-5769.

TSP accepts signatures without notary

The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board announced Thrift Savings Plan will temporarily accept certain digital signatures on forms without requiring notarized signatures. All forms signed electronically with personal identity verification or common access card credentials may temporarily leave the notary section blank. TSP will also accept handwritten signatures without notarized signatures at this time. Eligible participants using the digital signature process must use their unexpired PIV credentials or CAC to sign their forms before they are submitted to TSP.

Please direct questions to Jaime Sampayo at the Civilian Personnel Office at or call 567-5769.

Force Development Flight relocates

The Schriever Force Development Flight and Education and Training Center is now relocated throughout Bldg. 210 as their office is undergoing renovations. 

To mitigate disruption to the shared customer service spaces that the Force Development Flight will occupy, members are encouraged to call ahead for all services, e.g. career assistance advisor, education counseling, tuition assistance and GI Bill.

All Force Development Flight phone numbers will remain the same and will be transferred to their temporary locations. 

Force Development Flight chief: 567-5927

Education and Training section chief: 567-5903

Career Assistance advisor: 567-2445

First Term Airmen Course noncommissioned officer in charge: 567-2447

Education specialist: 567-2043

Base/Formal Training manager: 567-5248

Test Control officer: 567-5435 

The anticipated completion date is December 2020.

Knowledge Management Center provides training

The Knowledge Management Center provides recurring classes for programs. The following classes are offered the first and third Thursday of the month in Bldg. 301, Room 119:

Records Management: noon -1:30 p.m.

Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act: 1:45-3:15 p.m.

Publications and Forms: 1-3 p.m. (every third Thursday of the month)

To register, visit For more information, contact the Schriever Knowledge Management Center at 567-6001.

Schriever hosts food trucks weekly

North restricted area portal:

11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Monday: High Grade Foods

Tuesday: Lucy’s Grill

Wednesday: All Things Pita

Thursday: Brisket Brothers first Thursday of month and K2 Cuisine after

Friday: All Things Pita

Bldg. 210

7-10:30 a.m.

Monday: Wheel Coffee

Tuesday: Lucy’s Grill and Wheel Coffee

Wednesday: Exchange Direct Run

Thursday: Wheel Coffee

Friday: Lucy’s Grill

Community Center Housing Area:

11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Saturday: Nonna’s Italian Kitchen

Oct. 3: Bandido’s Mexican Truck 

Clinic suspends over-the-counter program indefinitely

The 21st Medical Squadron pharmacy has suspended the over-the-counter medication program indefinitely to ensure patients are receiving the appropriate level of care and assessment due to ongoing events.



Logistics Planner Retraining Opportunities

The Air Force seeks enlisted personnel interested in retraining into the logistics plans specialty career field. For more information, contact Ed Smith at 567-3082 or Cynthia Shuff at 567-3060.

Off Base

Airmen host Storytellers: Behind the Mask

A Storytellers: Behind the Mask event is scheduled for 9-11 a.m. Oct. 8 at the Peterson Air Force Base Auditorium. Storytellers is a three-part series that invites Airmen to share their experiences on a range of topics including suicide, sexual assault, domestic violence and racism. Part one will be focused on stories surrounding suicide. The dates for part two and three are to be determined.

To RSVP, call Airman 1st Class Alexus Wilcox at 719-556-8476 or email your rank, name, unit and base to If you would like to share your story, volunteer speakers can apply at

Fire safety

Protect your family from carbon monoxide
The safe use and proper installation of household appliances that burn fossil fuels is the best protection you can provide your family. Carbon monoxide detectors can add a level of protection, but are not a substitute for safe use of equipment. Have all heating equipment inspected and serviced each year. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installation; install at least one carbon monoxide detector near bed rooms on every level of your home. Carbon monoxide detectors should be replaced every seven years or as recommended by the manufacturer. For more information contact the Schriever Fire Prevention Office at 567-3370. 

Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives
Test your smoke alarm every month. Buy a smoke alarm at any hardware or discount store to protect your family. Install smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside each separate sleeping area and on every level of the home, including the basement. Keep it free of dust and replace the battery at least once a year. Smoke alarms themselves should be replaced every ten years or as recommended by the manufacturer. For more information contact the Schriever Fire Prevention Office at 567-3370. 

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To submit a bulletin, visit the Public Affairs page at by noon Monday.

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