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Airman 1st Class Joel Reyes-Rodriguez, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron, is watched over by Airman 1st Class Aaron Dufour, 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron, after receiving 'injuries' during the tornado scenario exercise April 16. The exercise showed how Warren would respond to a natural disaster using the Air Force Incident Management System (Courtesy photo). Mock tornado

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Leanna Perez-Green, right, wife of Chief Master Sergeant David Green, 90th Space Wing command chief, speaks to about 70 members of the Warren Spouses Club about National Autism Awareness Month in the Pronghorn Center April 17. Their son, Levi, was diagnosed with autism when he was 4 years old (Photo by Capt. Nora Eyle). National Autism Awareness Month

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Chief Master Sgt. Mike Conatser, Air Force junior ROTC at East High School, turns in electronic equipment to Chuck Jelinski, 90th Communications Squadron, during the electronics reuse and recycling campaign from Nov. 15 to March 15 (Courtesy photo). Warren receives recycling award at White House
Warren is the large facility, west region, military winner for the 2007 Electronics, Reuse and Recycling Award presented at the Eisenhower Executive Office building in Washington, D.C., April 17. Warren recycled 26,767 pounds of personal and official electronic equipment during the electronics reuse and recycling campaign from Nov. 15, America
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Reserve: Airmen keep medical, education benefits
Airmen who separate should meet with the Warren in-service recruiter to discuss their future. "The reserve isn't for everyone," said Master Sgt. William Fountas, Warren's in-service recruiter. "But there are benefits and possibilities Airmen should know before making their decision." The Air Force Reserve offers Airmen the chance to continue or
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Reserve: Airmen keep medical, education benefits
Airmen who separate should meet with the Warren in-service recruiter to discuss their future. "The reserve isn't for everyone," said Master Sgt. William Fountas, Warren's in-service recruiter. "But there are benefits and possibilities Airmen should know before making their decision." The Air Force Reserve offers Airmen the chance to continue or
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Default Air Force Logo 90th SW won best space wing, best ICBM wing honors
The 90th Space Wing won two Air Force Space Command awards Thursday, naming the unit the best ICBM wing and the best space wing in the Air Force for 2006.Gen. Kevin P. Chilton, AFSPC commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Mike Sullivan, AFSPC command chief, presented Col. Mike Carey, 90th Space Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. David Green, 90th SW
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Gen. Kevin P. Chilton, Air Force Space Command commander, greets (left to right) Airman 1st Class Joe Ramey, Airman 1st Class Heidi Allen and  Staff Sgt. Terry Greis, from the 790th Missile Security Forces Squadron, before descending to the launch control center at missile alert facility Alpha-01 April 10. Ten members of the Air Force Civic Leader Group visited Warren as part of a larger AFSPC familiarization tour  (Photos by Bernie Ernst). CSAF’s civic leader group sees Warren mission in action
Ten members of the Air Force Civic Leader Group visited here April 9 and 10 to learn about the intercontinental ballistic missile mission and its role in strategic deterrence and national security. The visit was part of a wider Air Force Space Command tour led by Gen. Kevin P. Chilton, AFSPC commander, who accompanied the group from Peterson Air
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Three 90th Logistic Readiness Squadron Airmen guide office furniture from Bldg. 332 onto a flat bed truck recently. Furniture not taken by other agencies had to be moved out by the 90th LRS (Courtesy photo). 90th LRS moves unused furniture, supplies
More than a month ago, the 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron commander initiated the abandonment and disposal program. Chuck Shafer, 90th LRS, inherited the program to determine the serviceability or disposal of used office furniture and supplies that had accumulated in several base facilities."Mr. Shafer has never seen such a disposal nightmare as
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Members of the 90th Maintenance Group help each other during the calisthenics phase of the wing run April 11. Participants ran through a variety of weather challenges including cool temperatures to start, warm temperatures towards the end and gusty winds that helped encourage runners to finish faster (Photo by Staff Sgt. Kurt Arkenberg). A chilly wing run

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Staff Sgt. Andrea Kenney, 90th Security Forces Squadron and Senior Airman Veronica Sena, 90th Medical Operations Squadron, take two hops for the Cha-cha Slide while sharing the dance floor with attendees of the Rising 6 icebreaker April 13. Warren members crowded the Trail's End club to attend the event, which was thrown to promote the newly-formed Rising 6 council. Rising 6 has its meetings on the last workday of every month in the Trail's End club at 4 p.m. immediately following the 3:30 p.m. promotion ceremony (Photo by Airman Alex Martinez). Rising 6 breaks the ice

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