P-S GAR PUBLIC AFFAIRS
To provide cutting edge Public Affairs support to affect greater understanding
and public trust of the Peterson-Schriever Garrison's mission.
USSF’s premier Public Affairs unit developing Public Affairs experts who deliver
innovative strategic communication that facilitates strong public trust and
understanding of the Peterson-Schriever Garrison's mission and goals.
Peterson-Schriever Garrison Public Affairs
The Peterson-Schriever Garrison Public Affairs staff is responsible for providing P-S GAR leadership with timely and effective public affairs guidance on unit and public issues. We develop communications strategies to build public trust and support through open and honest dialogue, to highlight the P-S GAR, Peterson Space Force Base, Schriever SFB, Cheyenne Mountain Space Force Station and the Air Force as a community partner and responsible steward of resources.
We also help Airmen, Guardians and staff members understand their role in the overall mission, to provide avenues for feedback and recognize individual and team achievements.
Peterson-Schriever Garrison is a non-public news gathering forum and requires all civilian media to have entry authorization and an escort prior to entering the base. Unless otherwise arranged, all media accessing Peterson SFB will enter the installation via the Main (West) Gate located on Stewart Ave and meet at the visitor center. Media accessing Schriever SFB will enter the installation via the Main (North) Gate located on Enoch Road and meet at the visitor center unless otherwise arranged.
Media interested in covering P-S GAR activities should call (719) 556-5185 or email P-SGAR.PA.P-SGARPAPAFB-SAFB@us.af.mil to arrange for an escort and for detailed information regarding upcoming media opportunities. the office has a 24-hour on-call PA representative who can be reached through the Colorado Springs Regional Command Post at (719) 556-4555.
Public Affairs Documentation Support
Photos, videos and graphics generated or acquired by Air Force members, employees, or contractors in conducting official duties are the property of the United States Air Force. Personal use of these materials for sale or any other reason not directly related to an official Air Force activity is prohibited. Use of personally-owned or self-help equipment requires users to adhere to operational security, historical archiving, information security guidelines. All images entering the public domain must be reviewed and cleared for release by the Public Affairs office.
We have MOVED! The Peterson SFB photo studio is now located in Building 350 on the first floor, right next to the military personnel flight.
Call 719-556-4154 for appointments
Official portraits are by appointment only and available for official use as required by AFI as well as applications for promotion and special duty assignments for personnel stationed at PSFB. Chain-of-command studio photography will be provided for leadership at the squadron-level and above (commander, deputy/vice commander, senior enlisted leader, and first sergeant) as well as quarterly and annual award winners at the group-level and above. Electronic copies of official portraits will be emailed to all requestors. Requestors requiring a printed copy should confirm the size prior to their appointment and provide written justification of the requirement.
Please note: We can ONLY support personnel stationed at Peterson SFB. If you are requesting an Army DA photo we will require a copy of your orders at the time of your appointment showing Peterson as your installation.
Official Passport photo support is only authorized for those applying for an official passport through the base passport office, tourist passport support is unauthorized.
Visas photo support is only authorized for those that are traveling on military orders, tourist visa support is unauthorized.
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PHOTO PRINTING SERVICES
The PA office is only funded and equipped to print official studio portraits that are to be used for official government purposes. No other printing services are available.
Prints cannot be provided as souvenirs, personal gifts, mementos, farewell gifts, used as décor on individual personal office walls or used as signage to advertise events.
REQUESTING PA SUPPORT
Submit official support requests through QuickBase at least 10 duty days in advance. Advance notice provides PA the ability to ensure the necessary equipment and personnel are available. Failure to coordinate in advance will reduce the likelihood that the event can receive PA support.
Hi-resolution digital imagery will be made available within one to five duty days for download from the P-S GAR Flickr page. Newsworthy or those events with high public interest will be posted to website, social media accounts or the base paper. Imagery will also be accessioned for historical archiving and is available on the Defense Video Imagery Distribution System website.
Each request for service will be reviewed to ensure that the request to be accomplished is legal, is for official purposes, and whether or not the request can be supported. Requests will not be accomplished if it violates Air Force policy, or it may infringe on copyright laws. It is everyone's responsibility to protect PA resources and prevent fraud, waste, and abuse. The wing commander has ultimate authority to approve any work in question to be accomplished. <AFI 35-109>
Consumer-grade still and video equipment is available for self-help use on a first-come, first-served basis when the PA staff is already scheduled to support higher priority tasks. Self-help photo and video equipment is for official use only and can be signed out from the PA office 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. All images entering the public domain must be reviewed and cleared for release by the Public Affairs office.