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"Tops in Blue" vocalist Senior Airman Chante Walker, 2nd Engineer Squadron of Barksdale Air Force Base, La., sings "God Bless the USA" by Lee Greenwood at the Cheyenne Civic Center June 13. This concert marked the 10th performance of "The Fly-By" 2007 tour. For more information on tour schedules, visit http://www.topsinblue.com (Photos by Airman 1st Class Daryl Knee). Warren Airman melds passion, mission
A familiar face graced the stage of the Cheyenne Civic Center during the "Tops in Blue" concert June 13. Staff Sgt. Julie Little, 90th Operations Support Squadron, performed this year's show, "The Fly-By," commemorating the Air Force's 60th Anniversary, with 39 other "Tops in Blue" members. "Julie has been a very enthusiastic part of 'Tops in
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Family, friends and organizations from around Warren came out to pay their respect to the family of Airman 1st Class Eric M. Barnes during his memorial service held in Bldg. 1270 June 14. Airmen and civilians held flags, and lined Saber Road from Nebraska Avenue to Missile Drive, awaiting the arrival of the Barnes family (Photo by Staff Sgt. Chad Thompson). Warren mourns: Airman 90th SW's first to be killed in global war on terror
A memorial service for Warren's first fallen Airman in the global war on terror took place at the vehicle operations building June 14. Airman 1st Class Eric M. Barnes, 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron, was killed about 100 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq, June 10 when his convoy was attacked by an improvised explosive device. Airman Barnes, 20, of
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This was Bernie Ernst’s Department of Defense award-winning photo published in the Warren Sentinel July 7, 2006, highlighting the Crow Creek Challenge. Pictured are Airman 1st Class Andrew Reichmuth, Anthony King, Andrew Yu and Ryland McVay, 90th Security Forces Squadron doing fire team push-ups during the “team pain” portion of the 13th Annual Crow Creek Challenge held June 29, 2006 here (Photo by Bernie Ernst). Media award: Photographer captures DoD award
The Crow Creek Challenge starts around 6 a.m. the end of June every year. This event challenges the many four-man teams that enter. The CCC incorporates various activities that include the log carry, four-man push-ups and many other physical strength and agility tests. The Airmen that participate in the challenge are pushed to the very limits of
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Maj. David Williams, 90th Security Support Squadron commander, presents a quilt made by his wife, Jennifer, to Senior Airman Joshua Brooks, 90th SSPTS, who was injured in Iraq. The mission of the Quilts of Valor foundation is to cover all combat wounded and injured service members from the war on terror (Photo by Master Sgt. Shawn Matzen). 
Quilts of Valor: Donating quilts to wounded military
The Quilts of Valor organization donated a quilt to Senior Airman Joshua Brooks, 90th Security Support Squadron, May 31 currently in San Antonio, Texas. Airman Brooks was injured on a deployment to Iraq. The quilt was made by Jennifer Williams, the wife of Maj. David Williams, 90th SSPTS commander. The QOV organization donates quilts to service
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Ariana Ruskey-Moffett simulates a key-turn sequence that would launch ICBM missiles in the missile procedures trainer June 11. Ariana, a cancer survivor, participated in Warren’s first Missileer for a Day program that allows sick children to live the life of a missileer for one day (Photos by Shelley Raffl).
Special child participates in first 'Missileer for a Day' tour
Two special local children got the once-in-a-lifetime chance to launch ICBM missiles from Warren June 11. Or they would have, had their key-turn sequence not been simulated. Ariana Ruskey-Moffett, her younger brother, Avery, and their parents visited Warren to participate in the base's first Missileer for a Day program where sick or disabled
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Col. L.B. Mobley, 90th Maintenance Group commander, presents Col. Mike Carey, 90th Space Wing commander, his going-away gift at the Colonel and Mrs. Carey’s farewell party at the golf course June 15. The gift was a wooden pocket rocket badge in honor of Colonel Carey’s support to the 90th MXG over the past two years (Photo by 2nd Lt. Lisa Meiman). Farewell, Col. Carey

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Members of Warren’s new key spouses program listen to their roles and responsibilities during their training class at the Airman and Family Readiness Center June 9. The key spouse program was created to enhance mission readiness and retention by increasing the flow of information between leadership, base support agencies and military spouses (Photo by 2nd Lt. Lisa Meiman). Key spouses

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A Warren member received the annual National Distinguished Leadership award for her outstanding community involvement and leadership achievements in the past year. Mary Brown, 90th Force Support Squadron and a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, received the award May 30 at the Leadership Cheyenne graduation ceremony. The award is presented to a
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The Warren company grade officer council is scheduled to hold its first-ever golf tournament July 13 with a shotgun start of 12:30 p.m. While the primary reason for the event is to raise funds for future CGOC events, it is also a great opportunity for junior military members, officer or enlisted, to interact and receive valuable mentorship from
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Master Sgt. Joseph Gaddis, 90th Space Wing, kidnapped Col. Mike Morgan, 90th Space Wing vice commander, during a security surety exercise June 5. Colonel Morgan was taken to an alternate location where he was held hostage by two armed kidnappers (Photos by Airman Alex Martinez). The case of the kidnapped colonel

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