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Members of the Warren Honor Guard led the Veterans Day Parade in Torrington, Wyo., Nov. 10 (Photo by Airman 1st Class Alex Martinez). Veterans Day

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First Lt. Charles Doyle, 90th Maintenance Group, and 2nd Lt. James Gutierrez, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron, don sumo regalia and attemp to wrestle each other to the floor. Master Sgt. Joseph Gaddis refereed the battle that took place in a maintenance bay at Bldg. 1235 Nov. 9 (Photo by Airman 1st Class Daryl Knee). Sumo Wrestling

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Default Air Force Logo Fitness success: results begin with will, motivation
"Fit to Fight" has become the Air Force's way of telling Airmen to maintain sufficient fitness levels. However, having this as a requirement is not enough to encourage everyone to stay fit; they must have the will and motivation to do it themselves.There are many paths to take for finding the right fitness plan, but the hardest part may be learning
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Default Air Force Logo Back to Basics: Workout plan teaches simple skills for people at all fitness levels
The Air Force's Fit to Fight program through the Air Force Medical Service offers many resources for people of all fitness levels. The Back to Basics Warrior Fitness Program provides a basic fitness plan that includes a warm up phase, aerobics, muscular strength and endurance training, a cool down phase and stretching. It can be used as an
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Default Air Force Logo Angel Tree: Another way to help this holiday season
The BX will soon be home to a Christmas tree with one mission: To help those in need this holiday season.The Angel Tree is a decorated tree in which its main decorations are gift ornaments. Each gift ornament will have information about what a specific child who would like for Christmas. BX shoppers or anyone interested in helping can choose an
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Default Air Force Logo National influenza vaccination week starts Nov. 27
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the week after Thanksgiving as National Influenza Vaccination week.This event is designed to highlight the importance of continuing influenza vaccination, as well as foster greater use of flu vaccine through the months of November and December. The CDC staff recommends people take this
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Default Air Force Logo Tour soon available for military spouse orientation
A spouse tour is scheduled for Nov 29 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. This tour will provide information to spouses on the services available to families here. Spouses will speak with the people in charge of the programs while touring the facilities.Call 773-5954 to pre-registrer for the tour. Free childcare is provided through home daycare providers,
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Default Air Force Logo CCAF grads earn AFA Pitsenbarger grants
Master Sgt. Melannie Porter, Twentieth Air Force, and Senior Airman Glen Tomkowiak II, 90th Medical Services Squadron, both received a $500 Pitsenbarger grant from the Air Force Association at the fall Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony Nov. 7.This grant, named after Medal of Honor recipient Airman 1st Class William
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Default Air Force Logo Self consent rules in place for minors
The 90th Medical Group provides safeguards to protected health information in accordance with DoD 6025.18-R and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. Disclosing protected health information of a minor is a violation of HIPAA when it is given to a non-custodial parent.When a divorce occurs, each parent is treated as a
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Default Air Force Logo 'It’s easy to be green' claim 321st Missile Squadron families
The 321st Missile Squadron and the Green Tails Booster Club hosted 65 distinguished visitors at the squadron's annual open house Oct. 27. The open house allowed families, friends, and community partners to spend a day "on-alert" in the missile field to experience the nuclear mission."The open house events were organized around a normal four-day
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