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Senior Airman Mckenzie Williams, 90th Civil Engineering Squadron emergency management technician, signals to Explosive Ordnance Disposal that it is safe to proceed in to the cordon during an exercise on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Dec. 14, 2017. Exercises are paramount in keeping Airmen ready to jump into action when the need arises. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Braydon Williams) Emergency Management exercise hones nuclear clean up procedures

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BRS New Blended Retirement System Opt-in begins in 2018
The Defense Department will implement the new Blended Retirement System in the year 2018. Airmen are encouraged to take advantage of training and resources in order to make an informed decision. Eligible Airmen will have from Jan. 1, 2018 until Dec. 31, 2018 to opt-in. Former defense secretary, Ashton Carter said that a blended retirement system is
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The All-Air Force women's softball team poses with their gold medals after the Armed Forces Tournament. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Brown / Released) Military couple pursue success together
A family with both parents pursuing a successful career can be challenging. Add the military as that successful career and it becomes the epitome of our core value of excellence in all we do. Recently celebrating their nine-year anniversary, Staff Sgt. Miguel Guajardo, 90th Medical Group dental clinic NCO in charge of logistics, and Senior Airman
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Airman poses for photo No weak links in the 90th Communications Squadron
Sometimes we don’t realize how dependent we are on something until it’s gone. The 90th Communications Squadron is a prime example of this. This small squadron has the very important task of providing network assurance for all 9,600 square miles of the F.E. Warren installation. While they face numerous challenges every day, they do their best to
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Suicide prevention skills enhanced with ASIST
People having suicidal thoughts may not come right out and ask for help, but that doesn’t mean they don’t want or need it. For two days, I attended an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training hosted by the chaplain’s office with 30 others from F.E Warren. I took this training to better understand how to help a person who might be at risk of
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2017
A child has her arts and crafts necklace tied on during Operation Provide Joy at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., on Dec. 9, 2017. The event was a joint effort between the 321st Missile Squadron and the Salvation Army. The event was established to booster community partnership and to help local families in need get their children into the holiday spirit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Abbigayle Wagner) Operation Provide Joy spreads joy to children
Operation Provide Joy was a go at the F.E. Warren Trails End Ballroom on Dec. 9, 2017. Each year local children have the opportunity to visit the base and receive a day of holiday cheer while visiting with Santa, playing games, and making crafts. The event was a joint effort between the 321st Missile Squadron and the Salvation Army. Volunteers from
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2017
It’s no secret that for a group of people to thrive peacefully, there usually needs to be an unbiased party that can bring an objective perspective. That is where our first sergeants come in to play. First sergeants are vital to the health and morale of the enlisted force, which contributes directly to mission success. Meet the 90th SFS First Sergeant
It’s no secret that for a group of people to thrive peacefully, there usually needs to be an unbiased party that can bring an objective perspective. That is where our first sergeants come in to play. First sergeants are vital to the health and morale of the enlisted force, which contributes directly to mission success. The 90th Security Forces
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NA Combined Federal Campaign 2017
This year, the theme of the Rocky Mountain Combined Federal Campaign is “Show Some Love.” Mountain States CFC covers six states, 165,000 Federal employees, and 1,000 Federal reporting units. During the 2016 campaign, CFC raised $5.1million. There have been several changes to this year’s campaign. There is now a centralized giving portal that
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2017
Battlefield acupuncture shows promising results in alternative pain management downrange Battlefield acupuncture shows promising results in alternative pain management downrange
Air Force providers are using acupuncture as an effective holistic treatment option for pain relief, even in combat settings.
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2017
Group photo Warren’s newest chief selects announced
Congratulations to the F.E. Warren Senior Master Sergeants who were selected for promotion to Chief Master Sergeant.   Richard A. Marshall, 90th Missile Wing, Inspector General   Brady L. McCoy, 890th Missile Security Forces Squadron   Beau T. Jones, 90th Maintenance Group   Misty L. Branch, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron   Jeffrey T. Herman,
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