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A Warren Wranglers player takes a shot over the arm of a player from the Collette’s Ballers team during the basketball tournament at Freedom Hall gymnasium May 18. The Warren Wranglers won the three-day tournament held by the Warren African-American Heritage Council in honor of Armed Forces Day (Photo by 2nd Lt. Lisa Meiman). Shooting hoops

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Airman 1st Class Jason Moscoso, 790th Missile Security Forces Squadron, stands by the honor guard rifles during the 90th Security Forces Group retreat ceremony May 15 at the base flag pole. The retreat ceremony, held during National Law Enforcement Week, honored law enforcement personnel killed on duty (Photo by Shelley Raffl). 90th SFG retreat ceremony

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Josh Stephenson, a visitor to Cheyenne from Michigan, wears a Warren explosive ordnance disposal bomb suit from the 90th Civil Engineer Squadron during Armed Forces Day at the Frontier Mall in Cheyenne May 19. This suit, used in Iraq, Afghanistan and the United States, is made of kevlar and steel plates and weighs about 60 pounds (Photos by 2nd Lt. Lisa Meiman). Warren flexes for Armed Forces Day at Frontier Mall

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Maj. Thomas Taylor, 90th Civil Engineer Squadron chief of operations, prepares to throw the ceremonial first soil onto a newly planted tree in recognition of Arbor Day during the 90th CES Environmental Symposium at Pearson Lake May 16. This was Warren’s 18th year of celebrating the day. Students from Freedom Elementary School in Cheyenne attended the symposium that was aimed at educating children on environmental issues. Nellie Simon, Wyoming State Forestry District, and Tom Gonzales, 90th CES, were also part the tree presentation (Photo by Airman Alex Martinez). Planting trees

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Col. Mike Carey, 90th Space Wing commander, and Col. Mike Morgan, 90th SW vice commander, serve several 90th Operations Support Squadron company grade officers and their spouses at Colonel Carey’s house April 28. Capt. Shawn Lee, Lindsay Lee, Capt. Tim Hall, Tammi Hall, Capt. Matt Hlivko, Kim Hlivko and Beth Daane, wife of Capt. Sam Daane, bought the home-cooked dinner and high-end service during the Warren Spouses Club basket auction March 2 for $100 per couple (Courtesy photo). High-end service

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Members of the Warren Spouses Club and their spouses laugh during the skit presented by Col. Mike Carey, 90th Space Wing commander, playing himself and Lt. Col. Chris Coffelt, 321st Missile Squadron commander, playing Cindee Leonard, former president of the WSC. The WSC held their end-of-the-board-year event, “A Night at the Oscars” at the Pronghorn Center May 19 to welcome the new board members and say good-bye to the old (Photo by 2nd Lt. Lisa Meiman). Red carpet event

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Senior Airman Luis Lopez, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron, displays his bodybuilding form to judges during the 2007 Discount Sports and Nutrition Southern Colorado and Armed Forces Natural Bodybuilding and Women's Figure Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., May 5. Airman Lopez won first place in the welter-weight class, first place in the lightweight armed forces weight class and first overall (Photo by Walt Johnson). Bodybuilding Airman takes first
An Airman at Warren placed first at a bodybuilding competition in Colorado Springs, Colo., May 5. Airman 1st Class Luis Lopez, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron, won first place in the welter-weight class, first place in the lightweight armed forces weight class and first overall at the 2007 Discount Sports and Nutrition Southern Colorado and
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Default Air Force Logo Rocket scientists teach space capabilities, threats
Five company grade officers attended the 2007 Space Control Conference held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., April 30. This three-day conference, full of lectures about space threats, capabilities and emerging doctrines, was a gathering of some of the most intelligent scientists and
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The new installation control center would look something like this computer graphic once it is completed in the basement of Bldg. 232. The wing security controllers, missile maintenance operations center and transportation control center are merging together into the ICC later this year (Courtesy photo). ICC to combine three similar functions
 The wing security controllers, transportation control center and the missile maintenance operations center are merging in a single unit called the installation control center in Bldg. 232 in October or November. Maj. Gen. Tom Deppe, 20th Air Force commander, initiated the $1.2 million merger project to consolidate manning requirements and unite
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Tech. Sgt. Joe Cason, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron, passes the Flame of Hope to a member of the Cheyenne Police Department May 10. More than 300 security forces members participated in the torch run. The torch's next stop: the Wyoming Special Olympic games in Laramie, Wyo. (Photos by Airman Alex Martinez). Flame of Hope runs through Warren
Security forces members here participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run, transporting the Flame of Hope for the Wyoming Special Olympic Games from Wheatland, Wyo., to Warren. Forty security forces Airmen carried the torch from Wheatland to Warren May 9, and more than 300 participants ran the torch through base May 10. It was turned over to the
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