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It’s no secret that for a group of people to thrive peacefully, there needs to be an unbiased party who can bring an objective perspective. That’s 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 SSPTS First Sergeant
It’s no secret that for a group of people to thrive peacefully, there needs to be an unbiased party who can bring an objective perspective. That’s 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 Group has
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2018
Airman 1st Class Amy Demitre, 90th Medical Group dental assistant, returns to her patient after taking an x-ray of a crowned tooth at the dental clinic on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Dec. 19, 2017. The patient came in with a silver crown, and it was replaced with a reinforced porcelain crown to imitate a natural looking tooth. The mission of the U.S. Air Force Dental Corps is to achieve superior oral health and global readiness through safe, effective and patient-centered care. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Abbigayle Wagner) The crown: out with the old, in the with new

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2017
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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2017
I’ve been in the Air Force almost two years now and I often find myself feeling overwhelmed and unappreciated at work and in other areas of my life. It can be easy to fall into a spiral of low morale and complaints and sometimes things don’t seem like they’ll get better. If you feel the same way, just know it’s not the end of the world and things may not be as bad as you think. My first mission trip
I’ve been in the Air Force almost two years now and I often find myself feeling overwhelmed and unappreciated at work and in other areas of my life. It can be easy to fall into a spiral of low morale and complaints and sometimes things don’t seem like they’ll get better. If you feel the same way, just know it’s not the end of the world and things
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2017
NA 43 Years of dedicated service
Mr. Stephen West will be retiring on 4 Aug., 2017 after 43 years of dedicated service to his country. West has served the F.E. Warren community as both an enlisted senior noncommissioned officer and a Department of Defense civilian. “I will miss the people that I work with more than anything,” West said. “There are a lot of medics within this group
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2017
Senior Airman Christina Costa, 90th Security Support Squadron supply custodian, inspects supply inventory at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., May 12, 2017. The 90th SSPTS provides gear and equipment to more than 1,200 defenders on base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Breanna Carter) Silent Sentinels: Security Support Squadron
Security forces is easily the largest career field in the Air Force, with a wealth of cool pictures out there of defenders posted with their weapons, training military working dogs or defending the base at the front gate. But the part of security forces that people often overlook is the Airmen behind the scenes. Where do those defenders get their
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2017
Laura Griffith and Ann Nourse, 90th Medical Operations Squadron registered nurses, pose in the Women’s Health Clinic at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., June 15, 2017. The new clinic was added to ensure women are getting the medical support they need without having to go off base to be seen. (U.S. Air Force photo by Terry Higgins) 90th MDG opens new clinic for women
The 90th Medical Group recently opened a new Women’s Health Clinic which is now open and accepting patients. The section was added to equip women to confidently take charge of their overall health and fitness and to realize the importance of being seen on a regular basis. “The goal of the Women’s Health Clinic is to ensure that women feel more
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2017
Senior Airman Adam Drayton, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron team chief, zeroes his weapon with the Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives simulator at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., June 16, 2017. Members went through multiple scenarios to experience possible shoot no-shoot situations.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Terry Higgins) Maintainers try their hand at new SF simulator
Recently, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron personnel were able to participate in the Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives simulator. They were given the experience to provide an external perspective on the value of the training. “I have a much deeper perspective for what the cops actually do after attending this training,” said Tech. Sgt.
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2017
The renovations of the historic Fort D. A. Russell Army post headquarters started in November 2016 and officially completed at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., June 8, 2017. The building flaunts 2,600 square feet of refinished and installed hardwood flooring, and a repair of 6,000 square feet of 100 year old lath and plaster. The renovation project served a dual purpose by providing a rare training opportunity to prepare civil engineer Airmen for their responsibilities when deployed to foreign countries. Building 210 will act as the MSG headquarters and a receptions hall for Distinguished Visitors. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Nikita Thorpe) Historic HQ building facelift complete
The renovations of the historic Fort D. A. Russell Army post headquarters started in November 2016 and officially completed June 8, 2017. The Prime Base Expeditionary Engineer Force team from the 90th Civil Engineer Squadron revitalized a key piece in the legacy of the oldest continuously operated Air Force Base.During the project completion
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2017
Staff Sgt. Samuel Saintz, 620th Ground Combat Training Squadron formal training instructor, surveys his area of responsibility for combatants during the 2017 Global Strike Challenge at Camp Guernsey, Wyo., May 18, 2017. The 620th GCTS instructors placed the teams of defenders in real world scenarios to test their capabilities and knowledge in combat. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano) Defenders compete in Global Strike Challenge
Defenders from across Air Force Global Strike Command participated in the 2017 Global Strike Challenge at Camp Guernsey, Wyoming, May 15-19.   The security forces squadrons showcased their skills at being an effective fighting force during the five-day challenge pitting each team against the others.   “These defenders get a lot of training here.
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2017
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