News Search

News Comments Updated
Default Air Force Logo Lead abatement, restoration project complete
A ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating Warren's recent completion of the $27 million housing restoration and lead-based paint abatement project occurred Feb. 23 at Quarters 73 here. The opening of Quarters 73 signified the end of a 17-month project to ensure the health and safety of Warren's families while preserving the historic character of the
0 3/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Prior service program open to 33 AFSCs
For a limited time, the Air Force has expanded the fiscal 2007 prior service program(initially open to nine Air Force specialty codes) to 33 AFSCs. This program closes once the Air Force has accessed 40 prior service applicants for Fiscal 2007. Prior service applicants include prior service Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, reserve, air national
0 3/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Family, friends send off 90th LRS members to Iraq
Airmen from the Warren's 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron deployed March 9, 2007 for eight months to Iraq. Family, friends and co-workers gathered at the vehicle operations building here to send the 10 Airmen off; some deploying for the first time. The deployed Airmen left Warren to attend training in Texas for 30 days before deploying to the
0 3/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Rising 6: New council pairs Airmen with junior NCOs
Previously, the Airman's Voice and the NCO council were the only avenues available to enlisted members E-1 through E-6 to voice their opinions and have the opportunity to volunteer in the community. Now these councils have combined, and a bigger voice will be heard at Warren. The Rising 6 council is the new joint council for enlisted members. The
0 3/12
2007
Default Air Force Logo Airmen in right place at right time
A man is lying in a pool of his blood -- a victim of a pointless crime. He has been stabbed, and the suspect is running from the scene, inches from freedom. Police officers then try to find the suspect, keeping in mind the safety of hundreds of innocent bystanders enjoying their day at the mall. It's time to make a decision. Go about your day and
0 3/12
2007
Airmen of the 90th Ground Training Squadron prepare to enter a room with a hostage situation in place Feb. 8 at Camp Guernsey, Wyo. Camp Guernsey is an Army Reserve training ground used by the 90th Space Wing for convoy security, sniper training and close quarters combat training including other specialty training. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Javier Cruz Jr.) Security Forces train Airmen to protect space resources
Senior Airman Joshua Newton holds the flashbang up high in the air and his three teammates know what that means without uttering a single word. It is time to breach the room and they all look away as he carefully leans forward and chucks the grenade into the room. As the flashbang goes off disorienting the room's occupants they rush into the room
0 3/05
2007
Default Air Force Logo NetLink allows online training in LCCs
Ninetieth Space Wing operations crew members now have the ability to access their base e-mail and all base network functions from launch control centers located throughout the tri-state area. The NetLink system uses fiber-optics to allow crew members to access computers located topside at the missile alert facility and in the communications room in
0 2/28
2007
Default Air Force Logo Warren supports Operation Financial Fitness
The Defense Department has designated Feb. 25 through March 4 as Military Saves Week to encourage service members and their families to establish savings goals and set money aside for emergencies and other needs. Warren is supporting this effort by asking military members and civilians to join Military Saves as part of Operation Financial
0 2/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Missile test launches at Vandenberg AFB
Civilian community leaders, Warren Airmen and members of the Wyoming Air National Guard traveled to Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., Feb. 6 through 8 to witness the 30th Space Wing's first missile launch of the year. "I was very impressed with the knowledge and skills that were demonstrated by the people we met and spoke with. I think we're in
0 2/21
2007
Default Air Force Logo Blood banks running low; donations needed
The snow in Cheyenne this winter has caused a blood supply crisis in the Rocky Mountain region, which includes South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska and Northern Colorado. The last couple snows have lost the Rocky Mountain region more than 35 blood drives to cancellation, compounding the dramatic decrease in blood donorship nationwide, said Tom Nichols,
0 2/14
2007
RSS