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The New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty is in place to circumvent the possibility of nuclear conflict between the United States and the Russian federation, and to build long lasting trust between the two nations. New START is the agreement between the U. S. and Russia for the further reduction and limitation of strategic offensive arms. Under
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Chief Master Sgt. Chad Caden, the chief enlisted manager with the 633rd Civil Engineer Squadron at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, was able to go hiking in South Carolina in July 2017, nearly 7 months after receiving an amputation on his right leg. After years of pain, Caden was diagnosed with Osteonecrosis in his right foot, which caused a loss of blood flow to his foot and resulting in bone decay. Caden received his amputation on Dec. 27, 2016 to get rid of the pain, minimize the chance of the bone disease spreading, and increase his chance of returning to an active lifestyle. (Courtesy photo) “I wanted my life back” – An Airman’s recovery after a mysterious diagnosis
A mysterious pain in Chief Master Sgt. Chad Caden’s right foot led to years of pain, uncertainty, and a life-changing decision that proved to be the best one he ever made. Caden’s recovery and return to active duty reinforces the Air Force Medical Service’s commitment to its Airmen and patient-centered care.
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Airmen from the 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron walk onto a launch facility, Feb. 2, 2018, in the F.E. Warren Air Force Base missile complex. The 90th MMXS missile maintenance team earned the 2017 professional team of the year award for their constant professionalism in and out of the work place. Missile maintenance teams perform periodic maintenance to maintain the on-alert status for launch facilities, ensuring the success of the nuclear deterrence mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Braydon Williams) Missile maintainers tear down an ICBM for Maintenance

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Some Airmen from F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., visited the rehabilitation facility at the Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, Colorado, Feb. 14, 2018, to deliver teddy bears to the patients. Each wing has a dedicated rehab room for the children to regain any abilities lost or weakened due to their illness or injury. 100 bears were donated by the Warren Top 3, a private organization on base, to hand out to the children in the neurology and orthopedic wings. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Abbigayle Wagner) Love is in the (b)air
Cupid was unavailable this Valentine’s Day, so some of the men and women of the U.S. Air Force from F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, stepped in. The Airmen walked along the rainbow-colored halls of the neurology and orthopedic wings at Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, Colorado, Feb. 14, 2018, with four brightly colored wagons filled with
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Airman 1st Class Kimberly Haggard, 90th Medical Group bioenvironmental engineer technician, measures the noise levels in a mechanical shop as a staff member works on the drill press Feb. 8, 2018 at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo. It is imperative the noise levels are checked when a new piece of machinery is brought into a shop to verify all Airmen have the proper equipment to protect their hearing, as well as other potential hazards. Men in yellow: BE has your back
Let’s step out of the popular belief that Bioenvironmental spends their day in yellow hazmat suits, because they do much more than hazard response and gas mask fittings. The BE mission is to provide operational health risk assessment expertise to enhance a commander’s decision making and health service support capabilities. This is achieved through
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Over-the-phone virtual appointments save time and keep you healthier. The Air Force Medical Service expanded access to virtual appointments last year, and others in the Military Health System are using the Air Force model. (U.S. Air Force graphic) Air Force expands virtual appointments
The Air Force Medical Service is eliminating some of the hassle of medical appointments by expanding use of virtual, over-the-phone appointments for patients who do not need to see their provider in person.
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In a distant corner of the base, a convoy is leaving the highly-secured, fenced off weapons storage area to take nuclear assets to the missile field and BAM! There’s an attack. Armed men take these volatile resources and have the power to wreak unimaginable harm. Always Watching, Always Lethal
In a distant corner of the base, a convoy is leaving the highly-secured, fenced off weapons storage area to take nuclear assets to the missile field and BAM! There’s an attack. Armed men take these volatile resources and have the power to wreak unimaginable harm.   With these weapons in the wrong hands, many lives are in danger and our nation’s
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Staff Sgt. Nathan Rust, 90th Security Support Squadron combat arms instructor, raises the range flag 890th MSFS members requalify on machine gun

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The 90th Security Forces Group has started utilizing a new facility this year for their shoot, move communicate training. This focuses on small unit tactics and communication between team members. Shoot, Move, Communicate: Better training for better results
The 90th Security Forces Group has started utilizing a new facility this year for their shoot, move communicate training. This focuses on small unit tactics and communication between team members. Staff Sgt. William Pendleton, 90th Security Support Squadron instructor, said this training has been updated as a more advanced version of the previous
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Airmen from the 90th Civil Engineer Squadron electrical shop pose for a photo Feb. 2, 2018, on F.E. Warren Air Force Base Wyo. Every single area on F.E. Warren is touched by the electrical shop, ensuring the mission runs without interruption day in and day out. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Braydon Williams) Electric shop: Giving us POWER
The 90th Civil Engineering Squadron electrical shop provides timely, effective and accurate electrical support to all facilities on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, and the missile complex. “As electricians, we provide electrical support to the entire base,” said Airman 1st Class Brandon Mauldin, 90th Civil Engineer Squadron, electrical
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