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(U.S. Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. Debbie Lockhart) I am SCHRIEVER: Reservist building like a pro
(Editor's Note: "I am SCHRIEVER" is a diversity campaign dedicated to recognizing the diversity within the base as well as highlight the way this diversity makes us stronger and better able to ensure mission success.)She worked for more than two years to achieve a dream, and then almost missed her date with destiny.After a personally disappointing
0 9/09
2015
Greg (left), Aerobella, Nathan, Lily and Roze Sharp welcome Darya (Dasha) Likhacheva to America Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, in the Colorado Springs Airport terminal. The Sharp family is hosting Likhacheva for the school year through the American Councils for International Education exchange program. (Photo courtesy/Roze Sharp) Schriever AFB family shares cultural experience
A Team 5-0 family recently welcomed a new addition to the family, albeit temporarily, who will give all of them the opportunity to learn what life is like on the other side of the world.As part of the American Councils for International Education exchange program, the Sharp family welcomed Darya (Dasha) Likhacheva, originally from Karaganda,
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2015
First Lt. Roman Tillman, 5th Space Launch Squadron responsible engineer, takes a break before performing more repetitions in his workout routine July 21, 2015, at the fitness center at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. Tillman is a men’s physique competitor working towards his International Federation of Body Building pro card. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew Jurgens/Released) The Iron Airman
In the Air Force, fitness isn't just a stepping stone to success, it is a requirement. While each Airman has their own idea of how to stay fit-to-fight, 1st Lt. Roman Tillman has picked a practice that he believe also sharpens his skills as an Airman and a leader.Tillman, a 5th Space Launch Squadron responsible engineer, is a men's physique
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2015
First Lt. Sara Holman (left), 50th Operations Support Squadron payload systems operator instructor, Jenny Wachsmuth, German gold medal finisher, and 1st Lt. Mary Holman, 50th Operations Group evaluator, stand at the medal podium following the 3,000-meter open water swim Aug. 7, 2015, in Kazan, Russia. The Holman twins competed in the 2015 International Swimming Federation swim championship, earning a combined 12 top-10 finishes in seven events. (Courtesy Photo) Schriever AFB twins medal in Kazan
"Don't talk to me unless I've had my swim today!"This is something you might hear from one of the Holman twins on any given morning before their rigorous swim workout. It's a bigger deal than one might think.First Lt. Sara Holman, 50th Operations Support Squadron payload systems operator instructor, and 1st Lt. Mary Holman, 50th Operations Group
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2015
Mater Sgt. Troy Drasher, 460th Space Wing 2nd Space Warning Squadron first sergeant, runs marathons and half marathons to prepare for a run from Aurora, Colo., to Abilene, Texas, Sept. 2, 2015, in Aurora. Drasher is conducting Operation 720, a 720-mile run from Aurora to Abilene, in order to raise money and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Riley Johnson/Released) First Sergeant runs for those who sacrificed for others
His passions have led him to this road. Seven hundred and twenty miles separate him from his goal.Operation 720 is what Master Sgt. Troy Drasher, 460th Space Wing 2nd Space Warning Squadron first sergeant, is calling his ultra-marathon from Aurora, Colorado to Abilene, Texas, which aims to raise money and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project.
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2015
PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Haila Hill, left, and Tracy Albright, are volunteers at the Peterson Air Force Base Thrift Shop. The Peterson AFB Thrift Shop along with a variety of helping agencies were integral to helping Senior Airman Tyler Symoens, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, and his family after a shipping container fired damaged their household goods. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Jared Marquis) Airman finds many wingmen in time of need
A last minute PCS can be a frantic event. Packing up a household and all of the things that go a long with that; travel arrangements, locating to a new workplace and city are part of it. Finding out that your personal property is not going to be joining you any time soon makes it tougher. That is when having a good wingman, or wingmen is
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2015
PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Imogen O’Donley looks at a jet fuel simulator demonstrated by U.S. Air Force Academy cadets during the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math event at the Peterson Air and Space Museum, Aug. 29, 2015. The jet fuel simulator was one of many booths at the free annual event including food, mining for minerals, rocket building/launching and more. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Tiffany DeNault) STEM Rocks! Rocked
Military families from all over Colorado made their way to the STEM Rocks! Fair at the Peterson Air and Space Museum on Aug. 29.Approximately 2500 people came out to the fourth annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Math event on Peterson AFB. This was the third time the Peterson Air and Space Museum hosted the event. There were 25 booths,
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2015
Schriever Air Force Base Airman Against Drunk Driving has saved nearly 100 lives this year so far. A2D2 can be reached at 552-AADD(2233). Don't take the risk of drinking and driving.(U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Airman 1st Class Damon Kasberg) 'I never knew the cost'
(Editor's note: Tech. Sgt.Kelly Austin is a pseudonym to protect the anonymity of the source.)On a cold Colorado day in March, Tech. Sgt. Kelly Austin was getting her hair done before traveling to Denver. The weather was getting bad so Austin decided to go next door to a restaurant and wait for the weather to clear."I didn't want to drive in the
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2015
(U.S. Air Force graphic/Senior Airman Naomi Griego) I am SCHRIEVER: Survivor turned advocate, Airman
(Editor's Note: "I am SCHRIEVER" is a diversity campaign dedicated to recognizing the diversity within the base as well as highlight the way this diversity makes us stronger and better able to ensure mission success.)"We slept on the ground with cockroaches in a crammed apartment in the ghetto. We saw shootings and even saw a car explosion
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2015
Lt. Col. John Matthews speaks to Schriever School Age Program students, while retired Tech. Sgt. Timothy McDonough and retired Staff Sgt. Chris Wolff look on Friday, Aug. 21, 2015, during a presentation event in the Schriever Child Development Center at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado.  The three members were invited to the center to speak with the children who presented them with paintings to recognize their service and sacrifice. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dennis Rogers) SAP students present artwork to AFW2 veterans
Sacrifice is defined by dictionary.com as "the surrender or destruction of something prized or desirable for the sake of something having a higher or more pressing claim."Anyone who has served in the military understands what it is to sacrifice. Great or small, all service men and women have had to make a sacrifice for the sake of the mission.
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