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Tag: 2017
  • Seasonal Celebration sparks Schriever holiday spirit

    More than 170 of Schriever’s Airmen and family members enjoyed food, prizes and dancing, while embracing community during the “Seasonal Celebrations Around the World” holiday party, at the Peterson Air Force Base Club, Dec. 1.
  • Trotters truck though finish line for annual run

    More than 140 runners braved harsh winds during the annual Turkey Trot 2.5-mile run outside the Schriever Fitness Center Nov. 17.
  • Holiday party to encompass Schriever unity, giving

    With the arrival of the winter season typically comes the 50th Space Wing Holiday Party; however, this year “wing” has been extended to “base” as cold weather looms.
  • Roski talks Red Ribbon Week at CDC

    Edward Roski, Schriever Drug Demand Reduction Program manager, fields questions from Child Development Center students during a drug prevention discussion for Red Ribbon Week at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Oct. 27 2017. Red Ribbon Week takes place the last week of October each year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher DeWitt)
  • TEDxSchriever 2017 reflects on values, choices

    People hear many recurring themes, sayings or cliches as they go through life; because people, despite leading different lives, can have similar views and experiences. One of those experiences can be the common reflection on one's life, with the question: “What may I have done differently had I known everything I know now?”
  • TEDxSchriever 2017 to talk value

    In years past, TEDxSchriever has served as a platform for speakers within the Schriever family, and the local community, to volunteer and share ideas with on base and online viewers.
  • Staff Sgt. selects celebrate at release party

    Staff Sgt. select Kayla Drummond, Air Force Technical Applications Center Detachment 46 commander’s support staff, high-fives Schriever NCO’s during the Staff Sergeant Select Party at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Thursday, Aug. 30, 2017. Drummond was one of 14,181 senior airmen selected Air Force wide for promotion to staff sergeant out of
  • Diversity Day shows strength in differences

    "Diversity is a good thing, teamwork is a good thing, mutual respect for each other, regardless of background, circumstance, situation, is important. That is the focus today. The focus is not about how we are different per se; it is about how what we bring to the table complements what's on the table --How we can best help each other to be better and to be a stronger team," said Col. Jennifer Grant, 50th Space Wing commander.
  • Diversity Day to bring big changes

    Team Schriever and their families will have the opportunity to learn about and enjoy showcased cultures, and for the first time, the specialty talents of Schriever Airmen for Diversity Day, Aug. 18.
  • Hollywood comes to Schriever

    Capt. Jeffrey Wagner, 2nd Space Operations Squadron mission commander, informs Hollywood tour participants about the 2 SOPS mission at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, July 17, 2017. Attendees of the tour included directors, producers and writers from acclaimed companies such as Netflix, Marvel Studios and Warner Brothers. (U.S. Air Force
  • Schriever Airman earns IIHF world championship gold

    "At the end of every game, the two teams stand across from each other and they play the winning team's anthem, and the flags are raised," Burnett said. "We played six games and we got to hear our anthem all six times, but that final game was real sweet because you're standing across from the team after you won, with your medals."
  • McGrew takes command of Vandenberg GSU

    Col. William Angerman, 50th Network Operations Group commander, hands the 21st Space Operations Squadron guidon to the squadron’s new commander, Lt. Col. Wade McGrew, during the unit’s change of command ceremony at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, July 13, 2017. McGrew was preceded by Lt. Col. Philip Verroco. (U.S. Air Force photo/Maj. Jason
  • Military Justice Update: 2nd quarter 2017

    The following actions were taken against Schriever Air Force Base community members under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and other Air Force regulations from April 1 to June 30, 2017.
  • History Quiz - week of June 29

    Last week’s question and answer: In 1959, remote tracking stations for satellite operations opened in Hawaii, California, New Hampshire and other locations. The next expansion of the network occurred in 1961, when three additional sites opened. Name one of those sites. Click the link to find out if you're right!
  • Combat dining out extends to 50 SW

    Team Schriever members, 18 years and older, and their guests are invited to put on their best Star Wars or Star Trek-themed attire and attend the 50th Space Wing combat dining out June 23. Any military attire, past or present, is an acceptable pairing with your space movie-themed wardrobe.
  • Military Justice Update: 1st quarter 2017

    The following actions were taken against members of the Schriever Air Force Base community under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and other Air Force regulations from January 1 to March 31, 2017.
  • Police Week events

    U.S. Air Force illustration/2nd Lt. Scarlett Rodriguez
  • Force guides Schriever during Wingman Day

    Schriever Airmen stepped out of their workplace and social circles to spend a day engaging in education and team building during Wingman Day May 4.
  • 50 SW announces 1st 2017 awards

    Col. DeAnna Burt, 50th Space Wing commander, celebrates with the Quarterly award-winners during the First Quarter's Award Breakfast at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Fiday, April 21, 2017. Award winners are selected each quarter based on different categories, such as civilian supervisor, Airman and field grade officer.

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