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Default Air Force Logo 2007 blood donations almost outpace 2006 total
Since Jan. 1, Warren has collected 214 blood unit donations to United Blood Services, an outstanding number compared to 346 units total for 2006. Tom Nichols, United Blood Services representative to Warren, encouraged by the program, insisted that the smaller, more frequent drives are working. "Warren is doing an outstanding job for the community.
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Tech. Sgt. Robert Leigh, 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron, and Chris Shafer, Phoenix Management Inc., pump E85 fuel, gasoline composed of 85 percent ethanol, into a glass jar for examination at the military service station April 5. E85, a bio-based, renewable fuel made from corn, uses less fossil fuels than traditional gasoline. Ethanol fuel can reduce carbon dioxide emissions, a major contributor to global warming. Carbon dioxide is released during ethanol production and combustion but it can be absorbed as a nutrient used by the crops  that produce it. It is also non-toxic, biodegradable and water-soluble. This is Warren's first E85 fuel delivery (Photo by 2nd Lt. Lisa Meiman). E85 fuel comes to Warren

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Default Air Force Logo Spouses of all ranks offered A&FRC tour
A 90th Space Wing all ranks spouse tour of the Airman and Family Readiness Center is from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. April 20. This tour provides information to spouses on the services available to families on the installation. Spouses may connect one-on-one with the service members running these programs and see Warren's facilities. The tour begins at
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Default Air Force Logo Symposium to build better space officers
The second annual Air Force Space Command Space Professional Development Symposium takes place here May 23-24. The event for the command's company grade officers and target officers of all ranks includes informational briefings on the command's wide array of missions and roles. Briefing topics will include manned space, missile defense, foreign
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Default Air Force Logo Key spouse program connects families, squadrons
A new key spouse program at Warren enhances mission readiness and retention by sharing information between leadership, base support agencies and military spouses. "The goal is to provide another avenue of support to spouses and military families and let them know they have open communication ... to their squadron leadership," said Donna Lorentz,
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Default Air Force Logo National infant immunizations week
National Infant Immunizations' Week from April 21 through 28 is an annual observance sponsored through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The observance promotes the benefits of immunizations and to improve the health of all children. Immunizations, shots or vaccinations help bodies build protection or immunity against diseases and
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Airman 1st Class Jermaine Lindsay, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron, sings "Getting Caught" by Usher in celebration of winning Warren Idol March 30 in the Trail's End club (Photos by 2nd Lt. Lisa Meiman).
An Idol is chosen

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First Lt. Dave "Fauxhawk" Suszko, 319th Missile Squadron, lands a left hook on Tech. Sgt. Gordon Lewis, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron, during a boxing exhibition in Fall Hall Saturday (Photos by Airman Alex Martinez). Warren Airmen in a knock-out boxing exhibition
Fall Hall was the place to be for boxing enthusiasts Saturday. Members from the Cheyenne boxing club and the Warren boxing team participated in three-round bouts against and within the clubs. The beginning bouts were lightweight boxers sparring for experience. Some participants of the exhibition are Warren Airmen. Airman 1st Class Adam Stewart,
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Senior Airman Peter Fles, 790th Missile Security Forces Squadron, pauses to consider his next move against Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Doug Arendsee, Wyoming Air National Guard, at the base chess tournament in the Trail’s End club March 10. First place went to Colonel Arendsee, 2nd place and the Warren representative at the Air Force Space Command chess competition was Airman Fles, and 3rd place was 1st Lt. Adam Weber, 90th Contracting Squadron.
(Courtesy photo)
Checkmate

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Default Air Force Logo Warren dependents, civilians can compete for VEA
Warren civilians, dependents and retired federal employees have the chance to compete for the 2007 volunteer excellence award during national volunteer excellence week April 15-21. The VEA was established by the Air Force chief of staff to recognize civilians, family members and military and federal retirees who perform outstanding volunteer
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