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Airman Candace Ellenburg, 90th Force Support Squadron food services apprentice, prepares for lunch in Chadwell dining facility at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Dec. 17, 2016. Ellenburg is an eager food service Amn always willing to lend a hand and improve her culinary skills. (U.S. Air Force phot by 2nd Lt. Nikita Thorpe) Faces of the Mighty Ninety: 90th FSS Dining Facility
Providing for more than 500 members daily, the Chadwell Dining Facility aims to keep military members fit to fight while offering eight modern and healthy food style choices.  The dining facility is not only a place to eat, but also serves as a foundation for the physical pillar of resiliency. The strength in that foundation can be found in
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A UH-1N Huey from the 582nd Helicopter Group ascends during a training exercise Aug. 10, 2015. The helicopter crews from the 582nd HG provide air support and transport for security forces members in the missile complex. (U.S. Air Force file photo by Senior Airman Brandon Valle) 2016: Year in Review
2016 proved to be a year of great change and new improvements for the 90th Missile Wing and F. E. Warren Air Force Base.   The accomplishments of the Mighty Ninety ranged from establishing the Green Dot initiative to having the Air Force chief of staff stay at one of the 90th MW’s missile alert facilities. Here is a list of a fraction of our
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A 37th Helicopter Squadron UH-1N Huey journeys to a launch facility for emergency security response training in the F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., missile complex, Dec. 16, 2016. The 90th MW sustains 150 Minuteman III ICBMs, and the associated launch facilities 9,600 square miles across three states. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano) 37th HS trains for real world operations
The 37th Helicopter Squadron held emergency security response and search and rescue training in the F.E. Warren Air Force Base missile complex, here, Dec. 16. This training allows the 37th HS to maintain their preparedness for any situation that presents itself.“To put it simply the mission of the helicopter squadron is missile security,” said 1st
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Tech. Sgt. Justin Nissen and Staff Sgt. Timothy Nissen, 37th Helicopter Squadron UH-1N helicopter flight engineers, pose next to a helicopter at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Dec. 12, 2016. After four years of trying, the brothers managed to get stationed together in the same unit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Breanna Carter) Focus on Family: Helo Brothers
Military life can bring on a lot of unfamiliarity. It can be hard adjusting to a new place and new people, but imagine being stationed with a sibling to make the assignment feel like home. The Nissen brothers are an anomaly in the Air Force world because they are both assigned here and work together in the 37th Helicopter Squadron.Though rare, this
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Deployed Spouse’s Program supports families on FEW
Snow is predicted in excess and Senior Airman Joe Snuffy is deployed. Unfortunately, he did not enroll his family in the Deployed Spouse’s Program offered through Balfour Beatty Communities.  If Snuffy had enrolled in the program, his family would have been better prepared for his absence. Snow removal is just one of the services that Balfour
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2016
New rules for ATVs on F. E. Warren (U.S. Air Force graphic design by Glenn Robertson). New Rules for ATVs on F. E. Warren
New rules for ATVs on F. E. Warren.  For further details click here.
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2016
U.S.Air Force courtesy photo. Turkey Frying Safety
Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires.When you fry foods, you increase the risk of a cooking fire. Though a deep-fried turkey is a Thanksgiving favorite, the actual frying can be extremely dangerous. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, nearly 4,300 fires occur on Thanksgiving causing 15 deaths and almost $27 million in property
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Staff Sgt. Bryan Thompson, 90th Munition Squadron munitions operations NCO in charge, inventories ammunition at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Oct. 31, 2016. Thompson is in charge of acquiring and inventorying every munition asset delivered to the base. The 90th MUNS mission is to enable nuclear deterrence by maintaining combat ready munitions in defense of global freedoms safely, securely and effectively. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano) Faces of the Mighty Ninety: 90th Munition Squadron
The 90th Missile Wing has 150 Minuteman III ICBMs, but it might get lost in translation that it still requires more conventional types of ammunition for the safety and security of the base and its assets in the missile complex.   The 90th Munition Squadron's mission is to enable nuclear deterrence by maintaining combat-ready munitions in defense
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Thanksgiving baskets, put together by the first sergeants council and volunteers, pile up in the High Plains chapel at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016.  125 baskets hold the makings of a great Thanksgiving meal and are funded through community members and the Combined Federal Campaign charity (code 19015). The first sergeants have been able to donate to Airmen for more than six years. The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe) First Sergeant's Thanksgiving Baskets

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Staff Sgt. Jonathan Avila, 90th Civil Engineer Squadron water and fuels journeyman, uses a wrench to remove a pipe cap during Building 210 renovations at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 2, 2016. The building’s plumbing is being modernized with modern copper-based lines. Airmen from the 90th CES have started renovations on Building 210 with an estimated completion date of spring 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano) Historic HQ building gets facelift
Airmen from the 90th Civil Engineer Squadron have started renovating historic Building 210, leveraging innovation to improve the wing while gaining valuable training experience in the process.   Built in 1894 at a cost equivalent to 200,000 in today’s dollars, Building 210 served as the headquarters for Fort D.A. Russell, the Army post predecessor
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