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Default Air Force Logo Fall Hall Community Center receives money for upgrade
Funding was approved early September for the Warren Fall Hall Community Center to upgrade its infrastructure.The 90th Mission Support Group awarded the center more than $5 million for improvements to the electrical systems, fire suppression systems, general health, safety concerns and handicap entries."What an amazing thing," said Tara Morton,
0 11/13
2007
Col. Mike Morgan, 90th Space Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. James Hunt, 90th Operations Group Superintendent, fill out Combined Federal Campaign contribution slips Oct. 31. Warren’s goal this year is $90,000 (Photo by Airman 1st Class Alex Martinez). Wing leadership contributes to CFC

0 11/02
2007
Children from Freedom Elementary School participate in the Red Ribbon Week parade Oct. 24 at Argonne Parade Field here. The children held signs with messages to don’t do drugs and marched around the field. Red Ribbon Week began to allow educators, parents, community groups and students nationwide to focus on the work being done to stop the spread of drugs and to pledge a drug-free life (Photos by Shelley Raffl). Warren celebrates Red Ribbon Week

0 11/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo 90th MDG requires ‘yellow card’ during clinic visits
The 90th Medical Group asks for an identification card and "yellow card" for all visits, whether for a routine visit, to pick up a prescription, get an X-ray or get lab work done.Similar to the civilian health insurance system where patients are required to show proof of insurance, the Air Force asks all retirees, retiree family members and
0 11/02
2007
The hazardous waste facility, located at Bldg. 944, houses hazardous materials in storage units until being picked up for disposal (Photo by Airman 1st Class Daryl Knee). Hazardous waste: Dispose unsafe products correctly
The agitated man can't help but listen to the car horns bark in the shimmering heat. A fly pounds upon the windshield searching for an escape. The air conditioning blowing at full capacity does nothing to stir the scarlet hue of midday bumper-to-bumper traffic. A faint unpleasant smell pulls at the man's nostrils.Without warning, he slumps against
0 11/02
2007
This illustration shows how the Combat Airborne Network could improve communication and situational awareness between the security forces on the ground and the missile alert facility by eliminating dead spots in the field and limiting signal degradation by establishing a wireless mesh network (Courtesy Illustration). Space Command striving for improved field communications
Members of Air Force Space Command's Space Innovation and Development Center were on hand in Warren's Quebec flight area Oct. 22 to 25 but they weren't looking to the area's Peacekeeper past, they were demonstrating the future."We're here to continue demonstrations of the Combat Airborne Network," said Major Jeffrey Zornes, U.S. Air Force Tactical
0 11/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Wyoming ANG, 90th OSS work together in mission
The Wyoming Air National Guard deployed about 25 personnel and three C-130 aircraft Oct. 23, to Naval Air Station Point Mugu, Calif., to fight regional wildfires.Two of the deployed aircraft carried aerial fire fighting equipment.The Wyoming Air National Guard is one of four National Guard and Reserve units in the country trained to operate such
0 11/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Help save lives: Remind family, friends, neighbors to adopt simple lifesaving change
When people change their clocks Sunday, Warren Fire and Emergency Services wants to remind everyone to make another change that could save their lives -- changing and testing the batteries in their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.Communities nationwide witness home-fire deaths each year. An average of three children per day die in home
0 11/02
2007
“Falling Untrue” performs during the 90th Security Forces Group Club Warren night Oct. 19. (From left to right) Senior Airman Richard Bruin, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron, plays guitar; Airman 1st Class Matt Lane, 90th MSFS, plays base guitar; Jared Schmit is the lead singer; Brad Havens plays guitar; and Senior Airman Brian Ingram, 90th Security Forces Squadron, plays the drums. Falling Untrue played several hours during the night to keep the visitors entertained (Photos by Staff Sgt. Chad Thompson). 90th SFG hosts Club Warren

0 10/29
2007
First Lt. Bryant Bevan, 37th Helicopter Squadron, reaches the top of the rock wall in the Fall Hall Community Center. The community center holds certification courses the second and fourth Tuesday of every month. For more information call 773-3510 (Courtesy Photo). Reaching the top

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2007
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