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Jaci Campbell, program assistant, reads a book in one of the infant rooms in the child development center here Dec. 5. The CDC achieved high ratings during an inspection. CDC excels at surprise inspection
A Warren services flight received high ratings after an unannounced inspection of its programs and facilities Nov. 28 through Dec. 1. Inspectors from the services agency at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, examined Warren's 90th Services Squadron Family Members Program Flight to check compliance with Air Force standards. The inspectors looked at
0 12/11
2006
Default Air Force Logo Cookie launch is coming to Warren
The second annual cookie launch takes place Monday from 6:30 a.m. to noon in the Trail's End Club to give about 550 Airmen living in base dormitories a treat for the holidays. Cookies should be dropped off in the circle drive at Trail's End during those hours to volunteers, who are acting as Santa's elves. "The idea of the cookie launch is to give
0 12/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Some government vehicles now using alternative fuel
Ethanol, a high-octane, liquid, domestic and renewable fuel, produced by the fermentation of plant sugars, will be available for use in government vehicles starting Dec. 15 at the Warren military service station. In the United States, ethanol is typically produced from corn and other grain products, although in the future it may be economically
0 12/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Wyoming C-130s receive new kind of crew
The Air Force has proven active duty and citizen Airmen can successfully operate together daily with the right amount of communication and the right amount of heart -- just ask the Airmen of the 30th and 187th Airlift Squadrons at the Wyoming Air National Guard's 153rd Airlift Wing. The arrangement is called an "active associate." It combines
0 12/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Two volunteers deemed priceless
Someone once said, "Volunteers are not paid -- not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless." Each year, Warren recognizes two civilians with the Volunteer Excellence Award. The two Warren civilians earning the 2006 VEA are Sheri Scott and Charles Scottini. The VEA was established by the Air Force chief of staff to recognize
0 12/04
2006
Default Air Force Logo Operation Warmheart aids Warren families
Operation Warmheart kicks off at Warren this month to assist Warren Airmen in need during the holiday season. Operation Warmheart consists of five different programs spanning two months and is coordinated by the airman and family readiness center with help from community organizations, base programs, first sergeants and supervisors. The program,
0 12/04
2006
Default Air Force Logo Spouses tour Warren's hottest spots
Warren spouses toured base facilities Nov. 16 to increase knowledge and awareness about Warren's mission and available services. "It's important as a spouse of a military member in a leadership position to be aware of everything our base has to offer so we can pass on information to families and direct people to the right services," said Melody
0 12/04
2006
Default Air Force Logo OPSEC is critical everyday, everywhere
Operations security is a key component of antiterrorism and force protection, helping protect servicemembers, civilian employees, families, facilities and equipment everywhere by denying information. Good OPSEC practices are important, especially now due to the threat of terrorism against the United States. Simply put, OPSEC is all about denying
0 12/01
2006
Tech. Sgt. Roger Salinas, 90th Civil Engineer Squadron, assists driver Gordy Grove in tying down the back of the truck after the 90th CES Fire Department watered the 2006 Capitol Christmas Tree Nov. 21. The tree stopped at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., on its way to Washington D.C.  (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Josh Edwards) Warren guards Capitol tree
The 2006 Capitol Christmas Tree stopped at F. E. Warren Monday night on its way from Washington State to Washington D.C. This year's Capitol Christmas tree, a 65-foot tall Pacific Silver Fir, is a gift from the entire state, and was selected by Ted Bechtol, Deputy Superintendent of Capitol Grounds, from Washington's Olympic National Forest,
0 11/22
2006
Default Air Force Logo Why space matters: ICBMs and deterrence
Intercontinental ballistic missiles have played a vital role in deterring aggression for more than 50 years; but what is deterrence and how does it apply in a post 9/11 world? ICBMs traditionally have been the pillar of strategic deterrence. Remember the old westerns where the sheriff and the bad guy had a shoot out in the middle of town? That's
0 11/17
2006
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