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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
Airman Colin Deuse, 90th Space Wing Safety, demonstrates proper use of hands-free cell phone while driving on base. Hand-held cell phones are not allowed to be used while driving on any DoD installation unless the car is safely parked. Hand-held cell phone driving ban in effect
In an effort to make driving on base safer, hand-held cell phone use while driving on all Department of Defense installations was banned in July. Lately, the 90th Security Forces Squadron reports a spike in usage by drivers. Drivers cannot use cell phones when driving without a hands-free device, said Staff Sgt. Ronald Hale, 90th SFS NCOIC of
0 11/17
2006
Dr. Christopher Morris (second from right) stands with Capt. Jutta Cortes as they prepare to march in the annual Remembrance Day Parade in London. This is the first year the RAF Habbaniya Association has marched in the parade. It marks the 65th anniversary of a major battle in 1941 at RAF Habbaniya, Iraq. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Scott Wakefield)
Air Force captain honored during remembrance day parade
The Royal Air Force Habbaniya Association honored Air Force Capt. Jutta Cortes by obtaining "exceptional permission" for her to march in the annual Remembrance Day Parade near the Cenotaph in London. Captain Cortes earned the honor after she responded to a special request from the association's honorary secretary, Dr. Christopher Morris. Last year,
0 11/13
2006
Default Air Force Logo Holiday greetings from the 20th AF CC
The changes in the weather signal the holiday season is fast approaching. In the next few weeks, many of you will be traveling across the country to meet with family and friends to celebrate the final holidays of 2006 and the beginning of 2007. This is the most joyous time of the year and I encourage everyone to take full advantage of it. We
0 11/09
2006
Default Air Force Logo Influenza: Deadly yet preventable illness
Influenza season is fast approaching, and every Airman should be knowledgeable about the signs and symptoms as well as the importance of influenza. Influenza causes more diseases than any other vaccine-preventable illness, causing 20,000 deaths and 114,000 hospitalizations every year. Individuals infected with influenza are highly contagious and
0 11/09
2006
Katelyn Mann listens to a story about Orville and Wilbur Wright during storytime in the Warren library Nov. 3. Children's Story Hour is held every Friday at 11 a.m. in the base library and includes reading and other activities for children. Airplanes and storytime

0 11/09
2006
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