Schriever AFB Community
Other 310th Space Wing Units
The 310th SW is also responsible for the 8th Space Warning Squadron, located at Buckley AFB, Colo.; the 9th Space Operations Squadron, located at Vandenberg AFB, Calif.; the 310th Communications Flight, located at Peterson AFB, Colo.; the 310th Aerospace Medicine Flight at Buckley AFB, Colo.; the 310th Mission Support Squadron at Buckley; the 380th Space Control Squadron at Peterson; the 710th Communications Flight at Buckley; 710th Security Forces Squadron at Buckley; Detachment 1, 8th Space Warning Squadron; and the Reserve National Security Space Institute in Colorado Springs.
Air Force Technical Applications Center, Detachment 46
Air Force Technical Applications Center, Detachment 46 is responsible for operating the Nuclear Detonation Detection System payload on board the Global Positioning System satellite constellation. NDS data is used in AFTAC’s worldwide Nuclear Test Ban Treaty monitoring system, the Integrated Tactical Warning and Attack
Space and Missile Systems Center, Space Logistics Group
The Space and Missile System Center, Space Logistics Group, represents six space weapon system program directors at the Space and Missile Systems Center in Los Angeles, Calif. The Space Logistics Group sustains and modifies worldwide U.S. Air Force/Department of Defense space weapons systems to include terrestrial and space weather, global positioning systems, launch range control, satellite command and control, secure communications and missile early warning. They are the center focal point for logistics, maintenance, supply, sustaining engineering and the Space Logistics Readiness Center.
Air Force Office of Special Investigations, 8th Field Investigations Squadron, Operating Location Bravo
Air Force Office of Special Investigations, 8th Field Investigations Squadron, Operating Location Bravo, provides special investigative services to protect Air Force and Department of Defense personnel and operations. The mission of AFOSI 8 FIS, OL-B, is to provide professional counterintelligence and criminal investigative services in order to detect, deter and provide early warning of worldwide threats for the 50th Space Wing, Space Innovation and Development Center, Missile Defense Integration and Operation Center and other tenant units on Schriever. The AFOSI 8 FIS, OL-B office is located in Bldg 210, Suite 245, and can be reached at (719) 567-5049 or DSN: 560-5049.
11th Space Warning Squadron
The 11th Space Warning Squadron operates the Space Based Infrared System, the next generation of missile warning satellites developed by Air Force Space Command and the Space and Missile Systems Center. SBIRS has four major mission areas: missile warning, missile defense, technical intelligence and battlespace characterization. To accomplish these missions, SBIRS employs a combination of satellites in both geosynchronous Earth orbit and highly elliptical orbits. Capabilities include detection of intercontinental ballistic missiles, submarine launched ballistic missiles as well as theater class missiles. SBIRS is also able to detect static events, such as large explosions and fires, as well as assist in environmental situations caused by volcanic eruptions and large forest fires.
392nd Training Squadron, Detachment 1
392nd Training Squadron, Detachment 1 was deactivated effective October 1st, 2010,and the mission transferred to the 533rd Training Squadron at Vandenberg AFB, Calif.
Joint Functional Component Command for Integrated Missile Defense
The Joint Functional Component Command for Integrated Missile Defense, located at the MDIOC, is responsible for synchronizing operational-level global missile defense planning, operations support and the development of missile defense effects for the DoD. When directed, JFCC-IMD also provides alternate missile defense execution support.
Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 53rd Signal Battalion (Satellite Control)
The mission of U.S. Army Strategic Command’s 53rd Signal Battalion is to operate, maintain and sustain three contingency Defense Satellite Communications System control platforms to provide positive platform, payload and communications network control of DSCS satellites to the unified and specified combatant command commander, the National Command Authority and other customers approved by the Joint Staff.
U.S. Naval Observatory
The United States Naval Observatory provides a wide range of astronomical data and products. USNO products support activities in the following areas: astrometry, astronomical applications, Earth orientation and precise time. The USNO serves as the official source of time for the U.S. Department of Defense and a standard of time for the entire United States. This segment of the USNO mission enhances a wide range of applications to include navigation, precise positioning, space operations, command, control, communications, computer networks, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. The USNO Alternate Master Clock located on Schriever is the backup to the USNO’s Master Clock facility in Washington, D.C., and provides precise time to a variety of 50th SW and tenant organizations on Schriever.
Naval Satellite Operations Center Detachment Delta
The Naval Satellite Operations Center Detachment Delta is located in building 400. The unit’s primary mission is to provide hot backup operations for NAVSOC headquarters located in Point Mugu, Calif. Primary constellations supported include Fleet Satellite, Ultra High Frequency Follow On and Polar.
100th Missile Defense Brigade, Missile Defense Element
100th Missile Defense Brigade’s Missile Defense Element is located in the MDIOC. MDE functions include conducting the operational level execution of the Ground Based Midcourse Missile Defense Limited Defensive Operations mission for the U.S. Northern Command commander. In this respect, MDE provides operational and tactical recommendation to the NORTHCOM commander, synchronizes operations and conducts fire distribution across multiple GMD Fire Direction Centers, conducts battle planning for potential follow-on launches of threat ballistic missiles and, as required, de-conflicts the operational pictures for warning and missile defense missions. MDE also manages Army GMD force readiness conditions and develops and reports overall GMD operational capability. It provides day-to-day control of GMD FDCs, performs analyses and develops responses to NORTHCOM commander, command director and missile defense officer questions and provides back up mission execution capability for the firing unit FDCs.
527th Space Aggressor Squadron
The 527th Space Aggressor Squadron is tasked with replicating adversary space capabilities, doctrine and tactics to more realistically train and exercise Aerospace Expeditionary Forces and support test objectives. The SAS mission increases awareness of threats from space capable adversaries and improves U.S. ability to defend against them.
26th Space Aggressor Squadron
The 26th Space Aggressor Squadron’s mission is to educate and train joint forces for combat effectiveness by providing space threat study, replication and countermeasures development. The squadron is comprised of 22 warfighter-oriented Air Force Specialty Codes whose field mission replicates current and developing space threats. The bottom line is to ensure the joint warfighter maintains space dominance through the fielding of global mitigation tactics, techniques and procedures.
21st Medical Group
The 21st Medical Group provides medical and dental support to active duty and other eligible military beneficiaries at Schriever AFB.
Medical services are provided for active duty military, retirees and dependants enrolled to Schriever health care providers. Primary care, aeromedical, routine prenatal care, dental, immunizations, pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, public health and optometry services are available. Behavioral health services are also available through mental health.
Health care services are available Mondays through Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The clinic is closed daily from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for lunch and fitness. The clinic is also closed the fourth Thursday of every month from 7:30 a.m.to 1 p.m. for training. The Optometry Clinic is open on most Tuesdays from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. When making an optometry appointment, please indicate that you are assigned to Schriever to avoid having to go to Peterson for this service.
To schedule an appointment, call (719) 556-2273. Additionally, appointments can be made with a primary care manager 24 hours a day through TRICARE Online at http://www.tricareonline.com.
Users will need to register and establish a username and password prior to making appointments online. When registering, select 21st Medical Group as the military treatment facility. Note: All Schriever enrollees, who book appointments with their Schriever PCM through TRICARE Online will be at the Schriever AFB Clinic.
Schriever mental health provides behavioral health optimization visits only, conducted by a behavior health consultant. If specialized mental health services are needed, appointments may be scheduled at Peterson AFB.
Schriever AFB has a 24-hour contract ambulance service through Rocky Mountain Mobile Medical for 911 emergencies. They are located in Building 500, Room 114.
All annual dental exams will consist of an exam and cleaning. These appointments are mandatory and must be cancelled at least 24 hours in advance if necessary. Dental clinic hours are Mondays through Fridays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Schriever AFB Dental Clinic is located in Building 220. To schedule an appointment, call (719) 567-5065 or DSN: 560-5065.
Health and Wellness Center
The Health and Wellness Center is located on the north side of Building 500. The operating hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and closed on all holidays and down days. Client’s individual needs are identified, prioritized and matched with HAWC services. Clients can obtain HAWC assistance through health care provider referrals or self referral. Services include lifestyle modification and support programs such as tobacco cessation courses, prenatal education, gait analysis, fitness and nutrition enhancement programs as well as fitness assessments, healthy cooking classes and cardiovascular and cancer prevention education. For more information on programs, call (719) 567-4292, or e-mail HAWC@schriever.af.mil.