‘Pirates’ raid SAP

‘Pirates’ raid SAP

By Brian Hagberg 50th Space Wing Public Affairs Mermaids, buried treasure, talking parrots and the infamous pirate, Black Beard, took center stage in the fitness center gym here as the Schriever School Age Program partnered with the Missoula Children’s Theatre company to present “Black Beard and the Pirates” July 31. This was the fourth consecutive… Continue Reading ‘Pirates’ raid SAP

Youth Center programs place priority on inclusion

Youth Center programs place priority on inclusion

By Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex 21st Space Wing Public Affairs PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo  —  “Monkey stance, monkey stance!” As each child came up to bat, a coach shouted instructions to get ready, “monkey stance” as they called it, to everyone on the field. No matter the skill level, ability or even which… Continue Reading Youth Center programs place priority on inclusion

“The Sun Never Sets”: Det. 3 quenches its thirst

“The Sun Never Sets”: Det. 3 quenches its thirst

By 2nd Lt. Darren Domingo 50th Space Wing Public Affairs  (Editor’s Note: “The Sun Never Sets” is a series dedicated to highlighting our Geographically Separated Units’ team members, their contributions to the mission and some of the unique aspects of their sometimes remote locations) Imagine working at your job for eight months without a self-sustained… Continue Reading “The Sun Never Sets”: Det. 3 quenches its thirst

Community helps Airmen enjoy life at the Top of the World

Community helps Airmen enjoy life at the Top of the World

By Tech. Sgt. Jared Marquis 21st Space Wing Public Affairs THULE AIR BASE, Greenland  —  Maintaining resilience is an important part of being an Airman and every assignment has its unique challenges. Thule Air Force Base, Greenland is no different, remote assignment, remote location, temperature extremes, and connectivity issues to name a few. For Airman… Continue Reading Community helps Airmen enjoy life at the Top of the World

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