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Default Air Force Logo First Sgt. speed mentoring – it’s worth it
In the Air Force, professional development is a crucial part of becoming a good leader and getting promoted. That said, it doesn’t usually sound like an enjoyable time. When my leadership said, “This would be a great opportunity for you, you should go!” (Which really meant ‘hey you’re going to this and you’re going to do it with a smile like a good
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Default Air Force Logo Redefining our Success
What does the word success mean to you? For me, the word traps us without even defining itself. The word can foster anxiety, force people to compromise their innate talents and leave us comparing ourselves to unrealistic expectations. We all hope to be successful, but we have to be careful what we wish for because how we define success could have
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90th Missile Wing Chaplains (from left to right) Samuel McClellan, James Calledo, Thomas Fussell. Stand join together at the High Plains Chapel at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., May 23, 2017. The chaplains served the Mighty Ninety for 3 years together and are now leaving for new assignments.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Terry Higgins) Three departing chaplains leave large shoes to fill
The 90th Missile Wing is losing three chaplains, and although they will be replaced, they will be sorely missed by all. Capts. Samuel McClellan, Thomas Fussell and James Calledo will be departing to new duty assignments this summer. The Airmen served the wing together for 3 years and made a lasting impact on the Mighty Ninety and each other. A
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Airman 1st Class Zarquis Butler, 90th Security Forces Squadron installation entry controller, hands a firefighter back his ID card at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., May 1, 2017. The gate guards are responsible for the safety of the installation and it’s personnel. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Breanna Carter) Silent Sentinels: Gate guards, our first line of defense
I wake up every morning, get ready and drive to the base for work. This is my every day routine and once I arrive to the base, I patiently wait in line to hand my ID to the gate guard. I then drive through without a second thought about the daily challenges these men and women have to overcome. I recently had the opportunity to step back from my
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(U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Nikita Thorpe) The journey to what I thought was the finish line
Being introduced to the military when I was 12 years old was one of the best things that could have happened to me and has had a lasting impact on my answer to this question, “What do I want to do in my life?” The lifestyle, comradery and security of being in the military was exactly what I wanted for myself. I had no doubt I would achieve this as
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Senior Airman Marisa Martinez (second from left) supply and resources technician, with the 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron, poses for a photo accepting the Diamond Sharp award. Posing with Martinez from the left, are Col. Matthew Dillow, 90th Missile Wing vice commander, Chief Master Sgt. Jeffery Steagall, 90th Missile Wing command chief, Master Sgt. Brandon Finefrock, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron first sergeant. The award is presented monthly to three Airmen chosen by the Warren First Sergeants council. (U.S. Air Force photo by Glenn Robertson) “2017 Year of the Family” Martinez
Air Force Global Strike Command has proclaimed 2017 the “Year of the Family,” and there are several different initiatives focused towards families. These initiatives are focused toward supporting Airmen and their families, which includes where they live, learn, play, pray and receive care. Senior Airman Marisa Martinez a recent “Diamond Sharp”
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Winter scenes from Gate 1 at F.E. Warren, Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy of Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano) Welcome to F.E. Warren, AFB, Sir!
While entering the base the other day, I was greeted by a young Airman who politely said, “Welcome to F.E. Warren Air Force Base, sir!” I replied in a joking manner, “Oh, I‘ve been here before.”   I have been stationed here for several years, as both active duty and now as a civilian.   I first arrived at F.E. Warren in June of 1994. I left the
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Staff Sgt. Richard Rodriguez, 90th Medical Operations Squadron dental support NCO in charge, instructs Senior Airman Tristan Crosswhite, 90th MDOS dental assistant, during a teeth cleaning at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., April 6, 2017. Rodriguez said he enjoys working with Airmen and providing assistance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Breanna Carter) Faces of the Mighty Ninety: Dental Clinic
When most people think about going to the dentist, unpleasant thoughts usually consume them. Being in that dental chair can combine all your fears in one visit…pain, needles, blood, drilling and loud unfamiliar noises. These things have definitely caused me to be apprehensive about making a dental appointment in the past. I can honestly say that is
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Default Air Force Logo Why is nutrition important?
Energy, nutrients, development and family gatherings. These are just a few words that come to mind when I think about nutrition.  Nutrition plays an important role in our daily life cycle.  As a mother, professional and athlete, I think of nutrition in many different ways.   As a mother, I see nutrition as treats for school or sporting events, time
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Default Air Force Logo Thank goodness I failed my PT test
What a title for an article. You’re probably wondering how someone could be thanking God that they failed a test, much more a physical training test where it seems as though your whole Air Force career could be on the line. However, sometimes things happen in our lives that later on we look back and realize made us a better person or possibly
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