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Default Air Force Logo MEO, EEO merge into Equal Employment office
January 2008 marks the debut of the newly combined Military Equal Opportunity and Equal Employment Opportunity offices. Recent efforts to formulate continuous improvements resulted in a collaborative effort known as AFSO21. This initiative brought the merger of MEO and EEO to the forefront and won the approval of the Secretary of the Air Force in
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Personally procured move replaces DITY move
The Do It Yourself move program has a new name: Personally Procured move.All members in permanent change of station, separation, retirement or local move status that have the proper authorization must report to the Traffic Management Office immediately upon receipt of orders to schedule contracted and PPM in order to out-process the base and clear
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Customer feedback survey helps drive programs
Every year, Headquarters, Air Force Services conducts a customer feedback survey to assess customer satisfaction with base-level services programs. However, this year customers will be able to answer the survey online or complete the paper survey on-the-spot while visiting an activity. Survey dates for the Warren community are Jan. 9 to 25.Taking
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2008
Hundreds of presents lay waiting by the holiday tree before Operation Provide Joy, a Warren-sponsored program offering Cheyenne children a chance to enjoy the holidays, began in the Trail’s End Club Saturday. The Cheyenne Frontier Days Committee has been one of the biggest supporters of this event since its inception in 2000 (U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sgt. Chad Thompson). Airmen spread holiday cheer
Operation Provide Joy, a Warren-sponsored program which partnered with the local Salvation Army, offered children a chance to enjoy the holidays in the Trail's End Club Dec. 15.The event gives Warren Airmen and the children a chance to interact, and it gives the Airmen a chance to give back to the community."The 90th Space Wing relishes any
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2007
Default Air Force Logo 90th SFG is more than six months DUI free
The 90th Security Forces Group has gone more than six months without having a DUI.With more than 1,100 Airmen, most of them first term, the accomplishment has encouraged and inspired a more aware Warren force."In the military, we're all a big family," said Staff Sgt. Shaun Svetlecic, 90th Security Support Squadron. "You have to be responsible and
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2007
Default Air Force Logo In-stream air stripper removes degreaser from local water supply
Several people have noticed water being jetted into the air within the streambed near the corner of Missile Dr. and South Creek Dr. It is not a water-line break. Although water-line breaks do occur this time of year, this particular fountain has been formed intentionally by the environmental restoration team as a method of removing trichloroethane
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2007
Volunteers from the Warren’s Spouses club fill more than 600 bags with cookies at the Trail’s End club Dec. 11 for Airmen living in the dormitories. The cookies were baked and donated by many members of the base and local community. This is the third annual cookie launch and it was designed to bring Airmen in the dorms a little taste of the holidays (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chad Thompson). Holiday message sent to Airmen in sweet circular form – cookies
The third annual cookie launch took place Dec. 11 from 6:30 a.m. to noon in the Trail's End Club, delivering more than 600 Airmen living in the dormitories a taste of the holidays.Many of the cookies were baked and donated by the base and local community, but the Military Affairs Committee bought about 55 dozen cookies from a local bakery to help
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2007
Santa Claus, as portrayed by Mike Woods from the 90th Space Wing Safety office, guides a child around the wing tree during the 90th SW annual tree lighting ceremony Dec. 7. The majority of the ceremony was held in Fall Hall Community Center due to the winter weather (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alex Martinez). Base holiday tree lights Warren

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2007
Master Sgt. Brian Gabel, Twentieth Air Force, Senior Master Sgt. Curtis Kinnick, 90th Medical Operations Squadron, and Mary Brown serve spaghetti Dec. 6. More than 80 people attended the dinner for families of deployed Warren Airmen. Base offers spaghetti dinner to families of deployed Airmen
Warren hosted the 5th annual spaghetti dinner for the families of deployed Airmen at the chapel activity center here Dec. 6.More than 80 people attended the dinner, which consisted of a bowl of salad, a plate of spaghetti and meatballs, and dessert."This is our way of supporting [these families,]" said Master Sgt. Regina Campbell, director of the
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2007
Senior Airman Mike Abner, 187th Airlift Squadron, watches a cargo load parachute to the ground during a training flight Oct. 7. Airman Abner is a loadmaster with the Wyoming Air National Guard (Photos by Airman Alex Martinez). Look out below

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