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Tag: 50th CES
  • 50th CE Airman receives Falcon Top III award

    An Airman from the 50th Civil Engineering Squadron displayed his dedication to his fellow Airmen and Guardians and received The Falcon Top III award for his effort.
  • 50th CES to hold parking campaign

    The 50th Civil Engineer Squadron recently completed a Restricted Area Parking study that will address parking issues serving the North and West Portal restricted areas at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado.
  • 50th CES continues community work amid COVID

    The 50th Civil Engineer Squadron hasn’t let the coronavirus pandemic curb their community work. Each quarter, for the unit’s community involvement initiative, the 50th CES reaches out to local businesses or non-profits to help clean their facilities, build fences among other requests.
  • 50th CES Airmen assist in the community

    Six Airmen from the 50th Civil Engineer Squadron provided their knowledge and resources Sept. 5 in downtown Colorado Springs to assist elderly women at their home.
  • 50th CES conducts Prime BEEF training

    Nearly 50 Airmen from the 50th Civil Engineer Squadron participated in Prime Base Engineer Emergency Force training at Schriever Air Force Base, Aug. 20.
  • Leadership gears up for fire training

    Wing leadership suited and teamed up with the Schriever Fire Department to practice real-world scenarios during fire training at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Aug. 21.
  • TRIRIGA to replace outdated CES legacy system

    An Air Force-wide civil engineering information technology system was tested at Schriever Air Force Base, Jan. 8-12. The new system is a commercial, off-the-shelf maintenance software called TRIRIGA Real Property, and was first tested at Andrews AFB in 2014.

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