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Chuck Finney, center and coach Master Sgt. Tim Anton, 367th Recruiting Squadron, lead the team members of the Knights and Spider Monkeys in a Spider Knights cheer following soccer practice in the youth center here Saturday.  Teams are practicing for this year's season.  The first game is scheduled for Nov. 6, 2006 in the youth center. Youth Sports Kick Off

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Col. Michael Carey, 90th Space Wing commander, tees off during the Warren Spouse's Club Scholarship Scramble Oct. 20 at the Warren Golf Course.  The event raised more than $800 for the scholarship fund. Great day for a game

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Airman 1st Class Raul Salas Jr., 90th Security Forces Squadron, hands out balloons at the Red Ribbon Week kick-off event in front of the Wyoming Capitol Building.  Red Ribbon Week is an annual campaign whose mission is to present a united and visible commitment of a drug-free America Drugs are bad

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Default Air Force Logo CFC: Warren exceeds expectations
Warren members raised more than $105,000 during the 2006 Combined Federal Campaign between Sept. 11 and Oct. 13, overcoming the goal by 29 percent. "This is the most we've ever raised on record," said 1st Lt. Jacquelyn Morales, chief of customer support and head of the CFC project here this year. The original goal of $85,000 was set by last year's
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Master Sgt. Rich Mullee, 90th Maintenance Group Quality Assurance Section, (left) is currently deployed to Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait.  He serves along with 135 other Airmen encompassing 61 different AFSCs in the force protection section of the 386th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron Force Protection Flight. Posing with Sergeant Mullee is a local national concrete contractor, which is located outside the AAS perimeter. Deployed to Kuwait

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A Warren Airman unties a ribbon that holds the stakes to the tent he will be working from during the deployment exercise held here at Warren October 25, 2006.  The exercise tested the deployment capabilities of the base and 112 Warren members. Warren exercises deployment
Warren leadership held an exercise Wednesday through Friday here that provided reassuring results. The exercise was designed to test the base's ability to deploy a large group of Airmen to a fictional base in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. One hundred and twelve Airmen joined 50 civil engineer troops in a field on base dubbed "Base X, Iraq."
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Tech. Sgt. Roy Lee, 90th Maintenance Group, inspects an S-1 blast valve during the last Peacekeeper dispatch recently.  Members of the former 90th Missile Maintenance Peacekeeper Flight completed their very last maintenance dispatch on Oct. 4, to the S-01 and P-01 missile alert facilities. The last PK maintenance

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Capt. Jutta Cortes, 20th Air Force, stands in the cemetery at Camp Habbaniyah, Iraq, which she helped to restore recently. How to change a life in three days
It once was hallowed ground. When Capt. Jutta Cortes, 20th Air Force, arrived, it was abandoned, overgrown and the place where souls whispered from beyond for someone to remember. She changed all that, and in the process, made a difference. Captain Cortes was deployed to Iraq when a stranger asked her to help save the Royal Air Force Cemetery at
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Default Air Force Logo Red Ribbon Week at Warren
Members of the base are supporting the local community during this year's Red Ribbon Week held Monday to Oct. 31. National Red Ribbon Week began as a tribute to Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, who was kidnapped and murdered in 1985 by drug traffickers in Mexico, said Al Dyke, 90th Medical Support Squadron Drug
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Staff Sergeant Kelly Summerfield, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron, poses on top of a HMMVV used in convoy training at Camp Shelby, Miss. Sergeant Summerfield is deploying to Kandahar, Afghanistan. On top of the world

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