#IamSCHRIEVER Portraits

  • TAPS: Legacies of love

    Taps, a signal to military members as the end to the day, has been given new meaning to family members who have listened to its somber tune echo through graveyards, symbolizing the end of their loved one’s life.
  • Service options add flexibility

    Airmen looking to switch branches, or join the Guard or Reserve while on active duty, have a variety of options.
  • SF Airman shares bright future

    Born into a military family, with her parent’s having been security forces, Airman 1st Class McKinley Palmer knew what she wanted to do when she grew up.
  • New chaplain aspires to journey alongside Airmen

    Life is not about the destination, but the journey that gets you there. Born and raised in Savannah, Georgia, 1st Lt. Lauren Hughes, chaplain with the 50th Space Wing, made her first appearance in Colorado Springs, Colorado at 12 years old.
  • Women’s History Month: mothers influence

    After being petitioned by the National Women’s History Project in 1987, Congress passed a bill designating the month of March as Women’s History Month.
  • Airman balances service with soccer passion

    Soccer, or football as it is commonly called outside the United States, is one of the world’s most popular sports; it should come as no surprise Schriever Air Force Base has its own soccer enthusiasts.
  • Airman journies from South Africa to Schriever

    Senior Airman Scott Munro, 50th Civil Engineer Squadron engineering assistant, grew up in a quiet residential town about 45 minutes outside of Durban, on South Africa’s East Coast, “It was a fun childhood. We were always outside running around in the bush pretending we were soldiers having epic battles. Little did I know, I would one day join the military,” Munro said. Graduating high school in 2000, and obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Management Accounting in 2004, Munro went on to work as a financial manager for a construction company for three years.
  • SARC departs leaving ‘tall heels to fill’

    Paula Krause, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator and program manager with the Schriever Air Force Base Sexual Assault Response and Prevention program, has been at Schriever since May 2010, and officially said farewell to the base March 5.
  • SAI helps Airmen soar

    Many associate being in the Air Force with serving as a pilot or working with aircraft, however, thanks to Schriever’s Single Airmen’s Initiative, space Airmen such as Senior Airman Cameron Crabtree, mission planner with the 4th Space Operations Squadron, have the opportunity take the reins of an Aircraft – for free.
  • Bodybuilder Airman strives to compete

    Meeting the Air Force standards of physical fitness does not require one to be a bodybuilder, but for Senior Airman Guillermo Martinez, program manager, 17th Test Squadron, the two go hand-in-hand.

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