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Electric shop: Giving us POWER

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)

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)

F.E. WARREN AIR FORCE BASE, Wyo. --

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 systems journeyman. “With seven people in the shop, we provide this support to every facility on base.”

With such a small shop, it takes all hands on deck to complete jobs in a timely manner.

“Every person in this shop is critical to smooth operation and completion of the daily jobs we have,” said Tech. Sgt. Donovan Johnson, 90th Civil Engineer Squadron, electrical systems NCO in charge. “With our manning, some jobs are hard to complete. But we will get the job done.”

The job electricians do is vital to the daily operation of the entire base. Without electricity, accomplishing the mission would be near impossible, Mauldin added.

“Recently Airman Mauldin was a part of a crew that repaired lights in the Child Development Center, giving peace of mind to every parent on base that their children are safe and secure,” said Johnson. “Another crew is working in the weapons storage area, installing new outlets so more equipment can be used to enhance security for the munitions squadron.”

Not a single area on F.E. Warren goes untouched by the electrical shop, and that ensures the mission here continues to run without interruption day in and day out.

“We are working as safely and as quickly as we can, rest assured if you put a work order in we will get to it as soon as possible,” Johnson said.