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Vol. 13 No. 18

4th SOPS takes control of AEHF-4



HHHHHHHHHH The free G.I.’s of Comedy Tour is scheduled to take place at the base fitness center May 16. The G.I.’s of Comedy are a well-known comedy team that covers contemporary subject matter. Due to adult situational material, this show is for 18 years of age and up. For more information call the 50th Force Support Squadron at 719-567-4740.

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THIS WEEK Schriever Choir: Orbital Harmony Auditions

The Schriever Air Force Base Choir performance group Orbital Harmony will conduct auditions to fill vacant spots for the Spring and Summer 2019 performance season. All positions are currently open (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass). Any experience level is welcome. Auditions will be conducted by appointment in the Building 210 Chapel Office. Participation in the Schriever AFB Choir can be used toward qualification for a volunteer ribbon. For more details or to schedule an audition, contact Allen Neal Vickrey at 719-721-9280.

U.S. Air Force photo by Kathryn Calvert

Lt. Col. Armon Lansing (right), 4th Space Operations Squadron commander, accepts the key from Col. David Ashley, Space and Missile Center AEHF program manager, signifying the handoff of the Advanced Extremely High Frequency-4 satellite to the 4th SOPS at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. AEHF-4 joins the squadrons other military satellite communication satellites supporting space and intelligence, nuclear and defense, theater mission defense and special operations. This is the fourth satellite the squadron commands and controls, with two more launches planned.

By Staff Sgt. Matthew Coleman-Foster 50th Space Wing Public Affairs

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — The 4th Space Operations Squadron accepted control of a new satellite in their constellation, Advanced Extremely High Frequency-4 from the Space and Missile Center and 14th

Air Force in a satellite control authority ceremony at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3. Second Lt. Scott Podlogar, 4th SOPS satellite engineer, said the ceremony designates who has the authority to operate the platform. “The agency accepting control is responsible for maintaining the health and safety of the satellite as well as making sure it accom-

plishes the mission it is designed for,” he said According to Amanda Shepherd-Bond, 4th SOPS satellite spacecraft engineer and event coordinator, the squadron increased their capability with the new addition. “AEHF has increased our coverage over the Milstar satellites as well as approximately 10 See Constellation page 4

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ON BASE Logistics planner retraining opportunities

The Air Force Logistics Plans specialty career field is continually seeking enlisted personnel to retrain as logistics planners. For more information, contact Ed Smith at 719-567-3082. More Briefs page 12 Sign up for weekly Schriever announcements, news and more. Visit and click “Public Affairs” under featured links.

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Inside Onward and upward, supervisor!..... 3 Congrats ALS Graduates.................6 Water report released........................ 7

U.S. Air Force photo by Halle Thornton

Airmen run to grab dodgeballs during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. Sexual Assault Prevention Response program office members contributed merchandise, like T-shirts and towels to also help spread the word about sexual assault prevention to participants and audience members.

More dodgeball photos on page 8


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By Maj. Adam Morgan


50th Security Forces Squadron commander

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — Recently, I had the opportunity to participate in the celebration of the Airman Leadership School graduation. My wife and I were able to meet with four of our CSMNG Airmen and their spouses, and observed a literal transition of more than 40 senior airmen and staff sergeants from their roles of the reliable Airman to that of the responsible supervisor. Utilizing a 20th century metaphor from the Korean War, the keynote speaker at ALS referred to this transition as the point of no return. As a commander, I do agree, but I would like to offer some additional clarification. Though this transition is necessary, it is also a positive one, and these new supervisors and future noncommissioned officers in charge are agents of positive change, vertical progress- to quote a fairly well known English author C.S. Lewis, moving “Onward and upward!” Therefore, new supervisor, take charge of your post. For those who are Defenders, or those who have ever worked guard or sentry duty, you will recognize this is the first phrase of the first general order. When I was a flight commander, one of my operations officers repacked the concept of what a “post” is and translated it to be anything within your realm of responsibility. Everyone has a post to take charge COLORADO SPRINGS MILITARY NEWSPAPER GROUP


Maj. Adam Morgan 50th Security Forces Squadron commander

of, a role to fill. So what is that role, supervisor? As a commander, my expectation is for you to look up, down and around. Find out where your unit is going, discover your commander’s intent. As a unit commander, I look to our wing commander, the 14th Air Force commander, and the Air Force Space Command strategic plans, and nest my unit in their lines of effort. In the same way, you as the supervisor need to discover where your unit is going and how to complement that direction by mo-

bilizing everything which is within your span of control. You are now “a company man.” Take accountability of the resources put under your charge, material and human, and ensure they are fit to fight. Be studious and know the Department of Defense, Air Force, and local guidelines which govern your programs and operations. When there are gaps or risk, upchannel them along with recommended solutions for command prioritization. One year in command at Schriever AFB and I am still identifying resource and manpower gaps which I previously didn’t know about as well as the corrective actions to fix them. That is all because I have NCOs who continue to engage processes; I have NCOs who evaluate their programs. One of the best parts of taking charge of your post is being the one involved in fixing the problems you identify. Be the intrusive supervisor. My SNCOs know how I love “piggy-backs” (not so much), but I will violate my own rule by pigging backing off what I have recently heard from Chief Boston Alexander, 50th Space Wing command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Treveon Everson, 4th Space Operations Squadron superintendent and my own Master Sgt. Michael Veale, 50th SFS first sergeant, because what they say is so important. We need intrusive wingmen because there are hurting Airmen out See Supervisor page 4

“One of the best parts of taking charge of your post is being the one involved in fixing the problems you identify.”



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Constellation From page 1

TRANSITION SPOTLIGHT: Community safer for Veteran-owned security group

times the throughput and better jam or rapid modification of radio waves resistance,” she said. The 14th AF hosted the ceremony via teleconference, with Col. David Ashley, Space and Missile Center AEHF program manager, Lt. Col. Paul Freeman, 50th Operations Group deputy commander, Juan E. Cruz, 14th Air Force mission warning program analyst and Lt. Col. Armon Lansing, 4th SOPS commander in attendance. During the ceremony, the Space and Missile Center approved AEHF-4 as being ready for operations, handing control to the 14th AF, who delegated control to the 50th Space Wing, then to the 50th Operations Group and finally to the 4th SOPS. Shepherd-Bond said the addition of

Supervisor Navy Veteran Cindy Gillis, right, speaks with Mark Pimentel, KRDO Network General Manager, and Shannon Brinnias, KRDO News Anchor, about staff and facility security.

At Mt. Carmel, Navy Veteran and Soteric Group CEO Cindy Gillis volunteers to mentor transitioning veterans and military spouses as they enter the regional workforce; she also conducts mock interviews for this same population. “From my experience helping transitioning veterans and highly-skilled military spouses, it became so obvious: this is an incredible workforce to draw from to make our community safer,” said Cindy. “Veterans and Military Spouses bring great experience, skill and insight to the security industry, and Soteric Group recognizes this.” The focus of Cindy’s company – a service-disabled, woman-owned small business – is to help employers, community and private organizations with threat vulnerability assessments, emergency preparedness training/planning; active shooter training; personal defense, trauma first aid; concealed weapons training; cyber risk management and more. One recent Soteric Group client received a security threat assessment and personal defense training. “This client wanted safe, secure office space for their staff and clients based on a business model that requires staff to often work alone in unpredictable and dangerous situations on a 24-hour schedule,” said Cindy. Soteric Group consultants helped mitigate the risks and ensure the safety of the client’s workforce; they’ve done the same for churches, schools and other businesses. “The partnership with Mt. Carmel allows Soteric Group to recruit professionals from the veteran and milspouse community to develop our assessment and training capabilities,” said Cindy. “This contributes greatly to safety and security awareness of our community – from the most experienced workforce possible – our veterans.”

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From page 3 there, there are Airmen needing guidance. This is where the intrusive supervisor splits off from the intrusive wingman role, because while the wingman acts as the sensor for issues, supports and buffers the affected Airman, the supervisor leads and takes action. An intrusive supervisor offers more than “positive thoughts and prayers,” they develop a plan and see it through. Once you are given Airmen to supervise, establish expectations by holding formal feedback soon after taking charge of your post. This is intrusive supervision as well. Anyone who has been involved in administrative actions can tell you this step is critical in establishing expectations and providing coverage for future engagement. As a commander, I take special delight in seeing good supervision. Airmen are held accountable and in the same vein have a stable morale system. Things may not always be great for all Airmen, but there is a process of care and engagement in place to ensure needs are met.

another AEHF platform is significant for 50th SW operations as a whole because it increases coverage across air, land and sea for range communications and greater crosslinking capability. “AEHF already supports numerous mission operations including space and intelligence, nuclear and defense, theater mission defense and special operations,” she said. The satellite is the fourth AEHF in orbit and increases the warfighting superiority of the customers supported by 4th SOPS. “There are plans for AEHF 5 and 6 to launch and join in a few years. The launch of AEHF-5 will occur later this summer,” Podlogar said. 4th SOPS furthers the mission by evolving space and cyberspace warfighting superiority through integrated and innovative operations. “The addition of this satellite to the protected communications constellation further promotes Schriever and America as being the masters of space,” Podlogar said.

Lastly, ready yourself for the next step in leadership. As put by Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Harold G. Moore: “A squad leader must be ready to command a platoon or the company.” This may vary depending on your organization, but translated this largely means the element leader being ready, mentally ready to to lead a flight; a flight leader readying him or herself to lead operations; operations leaders developing to lead squadrons. In these times of planning for execution of wartime tasks in a multi-domain environment, it’s easy to look only at resource limitations, or how technology will affect our wartime effectiveness. But war is a human endeavor, and the primary purpose of our adversary’s advancements in technology and tactics is to affect our command and control, to cut the head off from the body. Looking forward, you may be called upon to take a leadership role faster than you were expecting. Get ready for it, look for opportunities to branch out and improve your understanding of how a unit works. Figure out how to maintain continuity of operations when the enemy or events cut off your umbilical to command. This transition is truly a point of no return. But there is no reason to go back. Keep growing. You, supervisor, are uniquely suited to carry this Air Force onward and upward.


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Schriever jams during First Friday

Airmen participate in karaoke by singing a rendition of “YMCA” at the 50th Force Support Squadron’s First Friday at the event center at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. First Friday featured free games, food and karaoke for attendees to unwind at the end of the work week. The event embodied the 50th Space Wing priority of taking care of Airmen and their families always.

(Above) Capt. Lauren Hughes, 50th Space Wing chaplain, participates in a karaoke set during the 50th Force Support Squadron’s First Friday at the event center at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. Music is a staple of the First Friday event, with each First Friday featuring varieties of music to enhance the atmosphere. The 50th Space Wing coordinates events like these to facilitate team building and taking care of Airmen. (Left) Capt. Patrick Trentman, 3rd Space Experimentation Squadron mission planner, throws a bola while playing a game of ladder golf during the 50th Force Support Squadron’s First Friday at the event center at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. First Friday gave attendees a chance to spend time with Airmen from other squadrons and build relationships, strengthening the Schriever AFB community as a whole. U.S. Air Force photos Katie Calvert

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Cherokee Metropolitan District releases water report By Bioenvironmental Engineering office 21st Medical Squadron

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — Cherokee Metropolitan District supplies drinking water to Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. Personnel can get the facts about the water they drink from the recently released Cherokee Metropolitan District — Consumer Water Quality Report. This report (reporting period Jan. 1 — Dec 31, 2018) informs the public about the water quality and services provided to the base population every day. Cherokee Metropolitan District staff, as well as the 21st Medical Group’s Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight, test the water consumed throughout the base. Throughout the process of collection, treatment and distribution, certified water treatment plant operators and laboratory staff monitor the water quality for its chemical and biological content. Some of these analyses are required to meet state and federal standards, while others are part of ongoing testing to

assure a continual supply of high quality drinking water. Cherokee Metropolitan District employees test the water at the wells, treatment plant and water distribution system. The Bioenvironmental Engineering office tests water at five different sampling locations per month for microbiological contamination that could occur in the Schriever AFB section of the distribution system. The Schriever AFB sample sites include the dining facility and the Child Development Center. All 2018 microbiological samples were analyzed by El Paso County Public Health laboratory and reported safe. In 2018, Cherokee Metropolitan District received its water supply from three distinct sources: groundwater from deep aquifers in the Arapaho and Denver Basins (non-renewable water), north of Black Forest and alluvial groundwater from the Upper Black Squirrel Basin (renewable water). In 2018, the supplies from the Arapaho and Denver Basin wells supplied approximately nice percent of the District’s water supply. The Upper Black Squirrel Creek Alluvial Aquifer supplies groundwater from 19 municipal wells spanning an area nine

Celebrate the


Police Week 2019 Schriever AFB Events

MONDAY 13 MAY 0715 hrs

Reveille Flag Raising Ceremony Building 210 Attire: Uniform of the day

0800 hrs

5K Run/Ruck/Walk to Remember Starting Point – Dirt track by the batting cages Bring your own 25Ib ruck and wear appropriate attire.

TUESDAY 14 MAY 1500 – 1630 hrs

50 SFS Adopt-A-Road Clean Up Meet in the overflow parking lot of WECF. There will be a shuttle from the pick-up location POC: SSgt Xavier Cordova

WEDNESDAY 15 MAY 1330 – 1530 hrs

Wartime Wednesday Outdoor Running Track/Pavilion • Combat Leader Course (CLC) C ompetition Experience what SF members go through for CLC • ATV rides • Weapons Display • Free Drinks (Sponsored by USO)

FRIDAY 17 MAY 1000 hrs

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miles north to 10 miles south of the town of Ellicott. These municipal wells are drilled approximately 180-feet deep. Cherokee Metropolitan District would like their customers to be informed about their water utility services. To learn more, call their Distribution System Supervisor, Mike Kielma, at 597-5080 or attend an open Board of Directors meeting scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month located at 6250 Palmer Park Blvd. in Colorado Springs. To view the complete 2019 Consumer Water Quality Report, visit the Cherokee Metropolitan District Website at Item/93 or the Schriever AFB web page at www.schriever. Consumers without web access can get a hard copy of the water quality report at the BE office located in Building 500. All Schriever AFB personnel living in Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado dormitories can receive a hard or electronic copy of the report from their dorm manager. For more information on Schriever AFB water quality, call the Schriever Bioenvironmental Engineering Office at 719-567-3948

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Harry Baumeister, with the 50th Operations Support Squadron team, throws a dodgeball at his opponent during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. The 50th OSS proved victorious for the second year in a row.

The 50th Force Support Squadron team waits to play during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. Events like this strengthen Airmen bonds, and in turn, support one of the 50th Space Wing priorities, take care of our Airmen and families always.

Ronald Gevry, 50th Space Wing director of staff, gives opening Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Co sexual assault prevention.

Lionel Hernandez, with the 50th Force Support Squadron team, waits for his oppo nent to throw a dodgeball during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Mont dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. Hernande was the last man standing on the 50th FSS team during the first round match.

Team members from the 50th Space Communications Squadron prepare to throw dodgeballs during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. Six teams competed in the double elimination round, with the 50th Operations Support Squadron winning the championship game.

Wyatt Oviatt, with the 50th Security Forces Squadron team, races f Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado each round lasted 3 minutes before the no boundaries rule was im

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Austin Hopper, with the 50th Security Forces Squadron, team prepares to throw a dodgeball at his opponent during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. After multiple rounds of play, the 50th Operations Support Squadron took the win.

Zachary Jones, with the 50th Force Support Squadron team, ducks a dodgeball during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. The Sexual Assault Prevention Response program office hosts events like this to raise awareness for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.

for a dodgeball during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness o, May 3, 2019. Six teams squared off during the tournament, and mplemented and teams engaged free-for-all tactics for the win.

Tyler Liermann, with the 2nd Space Operations Squadron team, prepares to throw a dodgeball during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. The tournament was the last event the Sexual Assault Prevention Response program office hosted to raise awareness for sexual assault prevention.

U.S. Air Force photos by Halle Thornton

Korey Kuykendall, with the 2nd Space Operations Squadron team, throws a dodgeball at his opponent during the ninth annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month dodgeball tournament at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, May 3, 2019. For more information about the Sexual Assault Prevention Response program office, call 719-567-7634.



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U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Joshua Maund

Airmen ruck march along a running trail May 1, 2019, at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. The Airmen participated in a nine-mile ruck march to remember the nine lives lost on May 2, 2018, in a C-130 aircraft crash in Port Wentworth, Georgia, in which Joint Base Charleston, along with other agencies, provided response and recovery efforts.

U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. John Winn

Members of the 151st Security Forces Squadron conduct M4 rifle and M9 pistol training at Camp Williams, Utah, April 24, 2019. Security forces members spent the week conducting proficiency training to ensure they are fully trained on the most current weapons skills and tactics.

U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Taryn Butler

A pararescueman assigned to the 38th Rescue Squadron, Moody Air Force Base, Georgia fast-ropes from an HH-60G Pave Hawk, April 25, 2019, in Eufaula, Alabama. The 41st and 38th RQS conducted water operations training that included tethered duck and live alternate search and extraction methods. The 41st RQS maintains combat-ready status as an HH-60G personnel recovery squadron. This squadron specializes in combat rescue of downed aircrews using night vision goggles, low-level formation, air refueling and survivor recovery.

U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Samuel Eckholm

Maj. Paul Lopez, F-22 Demo Team commander, flies above the U.S. Navy Blue Angels’ iconic diamond formation, over Beaufort, South Carolina, April 25, 2019. The historic flight featured two of the world’s premier aerial demonstration teams side-by-side for the first time in history.

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U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman 1st Class Mercedee Wilds

A 124th Fighter Wing crew chief at Gowen Field, Bosie, Idaho, works on an A-10 Thunderbolt II with the 190th Fighter Squadron after a training sortie, April 25, 2019. The 190th FS participated in training operations with the Strike Fighter Squadron 32, Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia Beach, Virginia.


U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Vernon R. Walter III

Military spouses sit on the back of an MC-130J Commando II during a Spouse’s Day event, while flying over New Mexico April 27, 2019. Dependents of military members from Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, explored different work environments and received an inside look at day-to-day operations work.

U.S. Army National Guard photo by Bo Wriston

U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alexander Cook

Soldiers and Airmen from the West Virginia and D.C. National Guard run a six-mile ruck march during the 2019 West Virginia National Guard Best Warrior Competition held April 26, 2019, at Camp Dawson in Kingwood, West Virginia. More than 30 Soldiers and Airmen participated in the three-day event designed to measure a Soldier or Airman’s physical abilities, leadership skills, teamwork and critical thinking while completing basic and advanced core warrior competencies.

Capt. Andrew Olson, F-35 Demonstration Team commander, climbs out of an F-35A Lightning II following an aerial performance during the 2019 Wings Over Wayne Airshow April 27, 2019, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. During the two-day event, more than 200,000 air show guests attended the WOW Airshow.

U.S. Air Force photo by Joshua Armstrong

Senior Master Sgt. Israel Del Toro and his wife, Carmen, renew their wedding vows during his retirement ceremony at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 27, 2019.


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Base Briefs Don’t forget to check out for more events.

Civilian Personnel Flight hour changes

Effective May 15, the Civilian Personnel Flight is changing customer service hours. The new hours will be 7:30 a.m. — 2:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The offices will remain closed until 1 p.m. on Wednesdays to allow for training in an effort to improve the service being provided.

50th Operations Support Squadron Change of Command

The 50th OSS change of command will be 9 a.m. June 4 at the Building 210 courtyard. For more information, contact Airman 1st Class Cassidy King at 719-567-2786.

New Personnel and Manpower Hours

Effective May 15, the Manpower and Personnel Offices are changing customer service hours. The new hours will be 7:30 a.m. — 2:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The offices will remain closed until 1 p.m. on Wednesdays to allow for training in an effort to improve the service provided.

Summer Hire Program

Units interested in a temp summer hire should notify the Civilian Personnel Office by Friday, including the type of duties the summer hire would perform with the request. These positions are classified at the GS03 Laborer/Clerk level. Resumés will be accepted next Wednesday. Contact Fred Tongol at 719-567-5796 or Alisha Davis at 719-567-5221 for more information.

The United States Air Force Academy Band presents “Champions of Freedom”

Schriever Air Force Base’s Information, Tickets and Travel office, located in Building 300, has a limited number of free tickets to the Armed Forces Day Champions of Freedom Concert held at the Pikes Peak Center for Performing Arts Tuesday. The tickets will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. Please limit four per person.

KMC to provide training

The Knowledge Management Center is providing reoccurring training/classes for the Knowledge Management programs. Classes are held in Building 301, Room 119,

every first Thursday of the month. Records Management is held noon — 1:30 p.m. and Freedom of Information Privacy Act is held 1:45 — 3:15 p.m. Publications and Forms class is provided 1 — 3 p.m. every third Thursday of the month. For more information, contact 50th Space Wing Knowledge Management Center at 719-567-6001. To enroll/register, visit sites/50sw/wsa/kmc/tn/SitePages/Home.aspx.

Legal Office Weekly Briefings

The 50th Space Wing Legal Office provides the following briefings Fridays: Article 137 re-enlistment briefing — 8 a.m. Deployment briefings — 9 a.m. Legal office court requirement: Before appearing and/ or testifying in court in their unofficial capacity, all Air Force members are required to meet with the legal office. For more information, call 719-567-5050.

Clinic announces closures

The Schriever Air Force Base clinic is closed the following dates/times: Today 11 a.m. — 4:30 p.m. Training Day May 17 All Day Wingman Day May 24 Noon — 4:30 p.m Family Day May 27 All Day Holiday June 13 11 a.m. — 4:30 p.m. Training Day July 4 All Day Holiday July 5 Noon — 4:30 p.m. Family Day July 11 11 a.m. — 4:30 p.m. Training Day Aug. 8 11 a.m. — 4:30 p.m. Training Day Aug. 30 Noon — 4:30 p.m. Family Day Sept. 2 All Day Holiday Note: Walk-in services end at 3 p.m. Normal clinic hours are 7:30 a.m. — 4:30 p.m., Monday — Friday. For emergencies, call 911. For appointments, call 719-524-CARE.


Rocky Mountain AFCEA Chapter Luncheon is May 16, at The Club at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. This month’s special guest speaker is Lt. Col. Michael Chiaramonte, Air Force Cyberworx director.

Registration through; attendance for Active Duty Military is free.

Military Retirees Activities Office

The Military Retiree Activities Office holds monthly council meetings the second Thursday of each month at 11:30 a.m. On May 9 it will be at the Peterson Air Force Base Golf Course Club House, followed by lunch at 12:45 p.m. The guest speaker will be Maile Gray, from Drive Smart Colorado. To sign up or for more information, call the Retiree Assistance Office at 719-556-7153.

The Society of Military Widows

The Society of Military Widows is open to widows of any branch of military service, regardless of the spouse’s rank. The Pikes Peak Chapter 15 of the Society of Military Widows meets on the last Wednesday of the month 10:30 a.m. at The Club at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. For more information, call 719-331-6689 or 719-260-8172.

Registration for the 2019 FA40 Training Forum is open

The U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/ Army Forces Strategic Command’s Army Space Personnel Development Office is scheduled to host the 2019 Annual FA40 Training Forum Aug. 13 — 16 at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. This year’s forum will take place in the main conference room of Building 920 where TS-SCI briefings are scheduled.

Registration is open to all members of the Army Space Cadre.

The registration process is not complete without submission of a TS-SCI Visit Access Request, by the member’s organizational special security officer unless he/she possesses a current PAFB/SMDC green badge. VAR information is located on the registration page. For more information or to register, go to (when prompted, select your Common Access Card email certificate to access the site): army/sites/ASKMS/FA40_2019/SitePages/Home.aspx. For more information contact, Bob Kyniston at 719554-0459 or

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1535 Monterey Road #210 Spring Creek • $189,900 Condo/Under Contract

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2018 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER AWD –3 to choose from! 3rd row seating, auto, fully loaded, factory warranty. Stock# 11051



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