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Safety floats in space

As part of Branding Schriever campaign, the 50th Space Wing Public Affairs office encouraged Schriever Air Force Base units to show their unit pride and take a photo of their logo in various places. Some have been to restaurants, mountains and more. The 50th Space Wing Safety office literally went out of this world and had their logo taken in the International Space Station, thanks to Dr. Steve Swanson, University of Colorado graduate. Safety office, you truly are a Master of Space. Can anyone top that? (Courtesy photo/Dr. Steve Swanson)

As part of Branding Schriever campaign, the 50th Space Wing Public Affairs office encouraged Schriever Air Force Base units to show their unit pride and take a photo of their logo in various places. Some have been to restaurants, mountains and more. The 50th Space Wing Safety office literally went out of this world and had their logo taken in the International Space Station, thanks to Dr. Steve Swanson, University of Colorado graduate. Safety office, you truly are a Master of Space. Can anyone top that? (Courtesy photo/Dr. Steve Swanson)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- As part of Branding Schriever campaign, the 50th Space Wing Public Affairs office encouraged Schriever Air Force Base units to show their unit pride and take a photo of their logo in various places. Some have been to restaurants, mountains and more.

The 50th Space Wing Safety office literally went out of this world and had their logo taken to the International Space Station, thanks to Dr. Steve Swanson, University of Colorado graduate. Safety office, you truly are a Master of Space. Can anyone top that?

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