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  • Schriever welcomes Air Force Inspector General

    Col. Jennifer Grant, 50th Space Wing commander, welcomes Lt. Gen. Stayce Harris, Inspector General of the Air Force, to Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Jan. 9, 2019. This is Harris’s first visit to the base and the Front Range during which she and Grant discussed future strategies to further improve the IG program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dennis Rogers)
  • IG, other agencies visit New Boston AFS

    Lt. Col. Rickie Banister, 50th Space Wing Inspector General, and Lt. Col. Michael Speck, commander of the 50th Security Forces Squadron, speak to the 23rd Space Operations Squadron Airmen during a briefing at New Boston Air Force Station, New Hampshire, April 9, 2018. The 50th SW IG and other wing leadership visited the 23rd SOPS at New Boston AFS
  • IG prepares Team Schriever

    Following disasters, witnesses often report numerous victim deaths and injuries that could have been avoided if the victims had utilized reasonable escape options. In most cases, these victims freeze, preventing them from taking appropriate actions in the pivotal moments during an emergency.
  • IG office earns command awards

    The 50th Space Wing Inspector General office recently brought home two Air Force Space Command awards.
  • Schriever concludes OV 17-1

    Team Schriever responded to simulated scenarios March 10 – 16, 2017, as part of an installation exercise, Opinicus Vista 17-1. Led by the 50th Space Wing Inspector General office, the exercise tested the wing’s ability to respond to threats as well as transferring to backup locations.
  • 50 NOG rewards red success

    In response to the 50th Inspector General office’s push for squadrons to “identify the red,” the 50th Network Operations Group has implemented a rewards program for those who not only identify their deficiencies, but also put a plan in place to remedy them.“We have a monetary reward. For identifying, it’s $2,000. For maintaining and getting things
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