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Greg Winters, auto mechanic, changes the brake pads on a vehicle Sept. 7 at the Auto Skills Center here. Mr. Winters retired from the Navy after 21 years of service and has been working here since around 1998 (Photo by Airman 1st Class Daryl Knee). Master tech at work

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Default Air Force Logo Air Force implements new evaluation, feedback forms
By now, all Warren Airmen should have attended briefings to become familiar with the new electronic evaluation forms. The purpose for changing the evaluation forms, the first major change since the early 1990s, is to improve performance documentation while taking advantage of available technology to reduce processing time and errors. The new
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Staff Sgt. Kristopher Bradney, 790th Missile Security Forces Squadron, plays taps during a moment of silence at the 9/11 remembrance service in the Frontier Chapel Tuesday. This year marked the sixth anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania (Photo by Shelley Raffl). A day of reflection

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Brian Nichols, 90th Civil Engineer Squadron contractor, operates a forklift to maneuver barriers in front of Gate 2 Aug. 30. Warren members practiced implementing the barrier plan for the upcoming nuclear surety and operational readiness inspections this month (Photo by 2nd Lt. Lisa Meiman). Concrete blocks

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The launch facility where a simulated electronic launch - Minuteman exercise took place Aug. 21 had dirt and sandbags in place to prevent the blast doors from harming members of the 90th Meaintenance Group and 90th Security Forces Gruop when tested (Photo by Airman 1st Class Daryl Knee). SELM tests weapons systems reliability, capability
"Inserting keys ... check, missile enabled ... check, key turn on my mark ... 3-2-1, mark, good launch indications ... check, missile launcher door is open ... check." In a missile launch control center, these are terms spoken on only two occasions. Either the wing has been called upon to execute its mission or the wing is conducting a simulated
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Default Air Force Logo 90th CES earns two Air Force design awards
The 90th Civil Engineer Squadron led Air Force Space Command with two United States Air Force design awards: merit award for landscape architecture for Circuit Park and an honor award for facility design in the historic stable renovation of Bldg. 321 in August. The area known as Circuit Park was first a part of an expansion effort for Fort D.A
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Default Air Force Logo 3-mile walk new option for fitness test
The primary aerobic test for the Air Force Fitness Evaluation is the 1.5-mile timed run with an alternate cycle ergometry tests for those who can not run. However, a recent update to the AFI 10-248 Aug. 22 replaces the one-mile walk with a three-mile timed walk. The 1-mile walk and cycle ergometry are heart-rate dependent, requiring the use of
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Maj. David Williams, 90th Security Support Squadron commander, launches a buffalo chip more than two hundred feet. Major Williams received 1st place in the event Aug. 24 during Frontiercade (Photo by Airman 1st Class Daryl Knee). Frontiercade 2007

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Capt. Drew Downey, 320th Missile Squadron, ties identification tags to his luggage at the Cheyenne Regional Airport Aug. 23. Captain Downey is deploying to Southeast Asia (Photo by 2nd Lt. Lisa Meiman). Deployments

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Airman Branden Peterson, 90th Security Forces Squadron, reaches for the ball during the Warren Pigskin Classic Aug. 25. The games started at 10 a.m. and ended with a trophy ceremony at around 5 p.m (Photos by Airman 1st Class Daryl Knee). Flag football

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