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  • Change the way you move: benefits of cycling

    Although running has plenty of health benefits, cycling is a low-impact alternative that some Airmen might enjoy. Airmen who bike regularly may experience the benefits, such as a lowered risk of heart disease, cancer, mental illness, diabetes, arthritis and developing or help maintaining obesity. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman 1st Class Amanda
  • Connection with others helps improve resilience

    New and seasoned members of the military community alike know it can be tough to stay connected to friends and family. ...
  • Drones are no-go at Schriever

    Commercial drones are a popular hobby and gift – with the holidays approaching, Team Schriever members are reminded they are not allowed to operate drones at Schriever Air Force Base.According to the Federal Aviation Administration, unmanned aircraft systems, commonly known as drones, are defined as an aircraft operated and controlled without a
  • Schriever Airmen see benefits from 28-day sleep challenge

    With the myriad of tasks required of Airmen each day, getting adequate sleep proves challenging, but that doesn’t make it any less important to get the proper amount of rest.The 28-day sleep challenge, hosted by the 21st Medical Squadron, took place from Sept. 30 to Oct. 30 and illustrated several ways to improve sleep habits and how to get
  • Schriever Health Promotion office educates Airmen about tobacco risks

    Optimal health and a functional lifestyle remain vital for any military member.In Colorado Springs, Airmen have the opportunity to learn about the benefits of eliminating smoking from their lives.The Great American Smokeout, an annual nationwide event hosted on the third Thursday of November, teaches people about the benefits of quitting
  • Schriever implements secure cloud storage

    Airmen here now have access to one terabyte of cloud storage and live collaboration thanks to the Air Force implementation of Microsoft OneDrive.OneDrive allows Airmen to share and collaborate on documents with selected users and groups in real time through its integration with Microsoft Office 365 suite. The data follows Airmen wherever they go.“A
  • Eligibility criteria for dependent child FSGLI coverage

    (U.S. Air Force Graphic by Airman 1st Class William Tracy)
  • Winter safety to share

    Stay safe this winter with tips for the road, home and more. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman 1st Class William Tracy)
  • Phishing - don't take the bait

    “In line with past disasters, criminals seek to profit from disasters by means of fraud. Types of fraud usually associated with natural disasters that all should be aware of are websites that spoof those legitimate charitable organizations to steal people’s credit card numbers, bank account information, social security numbers and other personal information. Phishing emails, or spam, with links that redirect your web browser to those spoofed sites. Emails that trick people into opening virus–laden attachments under guise that they’re opening photos of hurricane damage. "

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