Environmental Flight assists native wildlife

By Scott Prater Schriever Sentinel Team Schriever members released a Great Horned Owl back into “the wild” Tuesday. In this case, “wild” turned out to be the base softball field parking lot. “There are plenty of trees around and they provide a nice landing spot for our owl,” said Andy Jensen, Schriever’s Natural Resources Program […]

We will never forget

By Senior Airman Naomi Griego 50th Space Wing Public Affairs Team Schriever gathered around the 9/11 artifact site here to commemorate the 13th anniversary of the tragedy of the attacks on New York’s World Trade Center and the Pentagon Sept. 11, at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. The artifact at Building 20 serves as a reminder […]

The most outstanding Airman at AFSPC

By Staff Sgt. Julius Delos Reyes 50th Space Wing Public Affairs Growing up in a Brooklyn, New York, neighborhood, Tech. Sgt. Ryan Gangadeen learned early on to work hard for what he wanted. He had to. New York imbues a competitive essence  —  one has to work hard to stand out in a metropolis of […]

50 OG officers swim at world championships

By Scott Prater Schriever Sentinel For five days a week, 2nd Lt. Mary Holman wakes before dawn, drives to the local aquatic center and jumps into a pool of frigid water. “It’s got to be cold; the colder the better,” she said. “Nothing is worse than having to train in a warm pool.” Oftentimes, her […]

Send your vote home

By Randy Saunders 50th Space Wing Elections occur every year in America. In some instances, elected officials leave office requiring special elections to select their successors. Ballot initiatives and other issues go out to voters in off-year election cycles. Some city, county or state office holders face re-election or election during non-federal voting years. Then, […]

What’s in your trash?

By Senior Airman Naomi Griego 50th Space Wing Public Affairs What’s in your trash? Think about it. What did you throw away today? Maybe leftovers from lunch, perhaps an empty soda cup, a napkin with a telephone number or email, or maybe a crumpled sheet of paper with vital information. This is what Col. Mark […]

PCM reaches out

By Senior Airman Naomi Griego 50th Space Wing Public Affairs Meet Maj. (Dr.) Joseph Huseman, 21st Medical Squadron Support Flight commander. He provides and oversees care to more than 1,800 patients in the Schriever Clinic. Huseman is the senior of four physicians at the clinic who provide oversight to more than 4,000 active- duty members, […]

JAG Announces 2015 Law School Programs

By Capt. Ryan Flynn 50th Space Wing, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate Funded Legal Education Progam (Flep) & Excess Leave Program (Elp) Officers interested in continuing to serve the Air Force as a Judge Advocate (JAG) are invited to apply to the Funded Legal Education Program (FLEP) and Excess Leave Program (ELP). Officers selected […]

Teammates push runner to ultra marathon finish

By Scott Prater Schriever Sentinel The Leadville Trail 100 is arguably one of the most grueling tests of human endurance worldwide. The annual ultra marathon requires competitors to not only complete a 100-mile course near Leadville, Colorado, it throws in an uneven, rock-filled trail that includes more than 18,000 feet of ascending — all in […]

Schriever Diversity Day celebrates differences

By Staff Sgt. Julius Delos Reyes 50th Space Wing Public Affairs Team Schriever members embraced their differences including race, religion, gender, age, nationality and disability, during a Diversity Day event Friday at the base fitness center. The event became a melting pot of various cultures that featured ethnic food, dance and music. Representatives from various […]