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General John E. Hyten, Air Force Space Command commander, speaks with Airmen assigned to the 691st Cyberspace Operations Squadron at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Oct. 4, 2016. The 691st COS was established in March 2016 with the deactivation of the 83rd Network Operations Squadron Detachment 4 and the 690th Network Support Squadron Detachment 1 under AFSPC. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Timothy Moore) 691st COS defends new domain
War used to be fought solely with tanks and airplanes, but in an age of technology, some would argue the keyboard is mightier than the sword.
0 10/13
2016
4th Space Operations Squadron mobile flight members prepare the Advanced Ground Mobile satellite operations center for convoy. The AGM is a full-sized semitrailer that contains the AEHF Satellite Mission Control Subsystem and Advanced Antenna Calibration Facilities Interim Command and Control terminals. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Darren Domingo) 4 SOPS mobile team takes flight
Senior Airman Hans Houser was just finishing laundry and getting ready for bed when he received a late-night call. “Exercise, exercise, exercise, this is a recall for all mobile members, report to the DOM Bay,” the person on the other line said. He instinctively hopped up to quickly ready his uniform and bags. Three years of training with the 4th Space Operations Squadron mobile team prepared him for this moment.
0 10/11
2016
Falcon Air Force Station leadership speak in unfavorable weather conditions in the days when Schriever was named after a nearby town and was small enough to be classified as a station. It wasn’t until June 13, 1988, that Falcon AFS was renamed Falcon Air Force Base due to continual growth. (Schriever archives) Schriever: A brief history
The history of Schriever Air Force Base began in September 1979, when Department of Defense officials approved plans for development of an installation to provide a second control node for support of existing, and planned, satellite constellations, and to house an operations support center for NASA space shuttles.
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2016
50th Space Wing Security Forces Squadron members former Staff Sgt. Joseph Potalivo (Not pictured), Staff Sgts. James Wulf and Joshua Kennedy, and Senior Airman Brett Pointer were returning from deployments on American Airlines Flight 1506, Feb. 4, 2016, successfully restrained an unruly passenger on a connecting flight from Baltimore Washington International Airport to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Christopher DeWitt) Maintaining air superiority at all times
Imagine spending six months in an overseas deployed location and finally receiving the call to come home. With bags packed and plane ticket in hand, the thought of being able to finally see your loved ones once again would lift the spirits of any military service member. But what happens when safety concerns arise on your flight home? For four defenders from the 50th Security Forces Squadron, this was their reality. But waiting any longer to see their loved ones was not an option.
0 6/16
2016
Jahnna Bythewood is an artist, skier, mother and military spouse to Col. Dennis Bythewood, 50th Operations Group commander. Jahnna’s life has been filled with many joys, lessons learned and greater understanding of counting the cost of assuming the role of a military spouse. Although the life of a military spouse can be difficult, Jahnna believes there’s always a place for everyone to feel like they belong. (U.S. Air force photo illustration/2nd Lt. Darren Domingo) I am SCHRIEVER: Taking care of the homefront
The month of May offers several opportunities to honor U.S. service members. May encapsulates National Military Appreciation Month, Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day to name a few observances.
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2016
Airman 1st Class Krystal Conkling, 50th Space Wing, is a Green Dot implementer and advocate for positive culture change in in the military. Green Dot’s prevention posture has encouraged her to share her story with others. Conkling aims to give hope and courage to others to proactively take a stance to prevent cases of power-based personal violence. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Darren Domingo) Protecting your loved ones
When offered the opportunity to participate in Green Dot, Airman 1st Class Krystal Conkling thought it would be an opportunity to make a positive impact on her first base.What she didn't realize? Her training would also allow her to confront memories of a difficult and life-changing event from her childhood.At about 7 years of age in Arizona, on a
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2016
The Vandenberg Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club and the base safety office recently teamed up to host the annual motorcycle safety briefing with guest speaker Eric Trow, the owner of Stayin’ Safe Advanced Rider Training, April 19, 2016, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Aside from fulfilling the annual requirement for base motorcyclists the briefing also served to introduce riders to opportunities to ride with other enthusiasts, as well as take additional rider training or join the Green Knights MMC. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Shane Phipps) Motorcycle safety: never out of season
The Vandenberg Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club and the base safety office recently teamed up to host the annual motorcycle safety briefing with guest speaker Eric Trow, owner of Stayin' Safe Advanced Rider Training.Aside from fulfilling the annual requirement for base motorcyclists the briefing also served to introduce riders to
0 4/20
2016
Kaley Nowicki, formerly a 4th Space Operations Squadron communications systems operator and now a full-time student, is a sexual assault survivor. Nowicki has turned her experience into a positive outlook and is now aiming to become a photojournalist who focuses on telling other survivors’ stories. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Brian Hagberg) I am SCHRIEVER: Reward through hardship
(Editor's note: Per the victim's request, the assailant's name in this story has been changed.)At some point, everyone will experience hardship: loss of a loved one, ending a relationship or losing a job can lead to major life-changing events.Leaving her small town in upstate New York, Kaley Nowicki never could have imagined the hardships and
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2016
Chief Master Sgt. John Bentivegna, 50th Space Wing command chief, encourages Airmen at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, to ride safely and take advantage of the free motorcycle safety courses. The Air Force requires its motorcyclists to receive an initial motorcycle safety course followed by a refresher course once every five years. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Julius Delos-Reyes) Command chief encourages Airmen to ride safely
Schriever Air Force Base's command chief is not new to motorcycles. In fact, he has been riding since his senior year of high school--in 1990."I was looking to get something in addition to my car that was fun to ride, give me that feeling of freedom and the opportunity to go off by myself and use (riding) as therapy," said Chief Master Sgt. John
0 4/19
2016
With Vandenberg’s primary mission of successfully reaching polar-orbit requiring a carefully coordinated effort between various organizations – safety is always paramount. Keeping this in mind, three days prior to a launch – outdoor recreational activities are restricted within close proximity to the launch complex. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kyla Gifford/Released)
Limited access ensures launch safety
With Vandenberg's primary mission of successfully reaching polar-orbit requiring a carefully coordinated effort between various organizations - safety is always paramount.Keeping this in mind, three days prior to a launch, outdoor recreational activities are restricted within close proximity to the launch complex. "Days before launch the safety
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