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Travis Penfold, M1 Support Services aircraft mechanic for the 37th Helicopter Squadron , shrink wraps a protective casing on a starter generator’s wires Oct. 2, 2015, in the 37th HS hangar on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo. The work is part of “phase maintenance,” which is scheduled upkeep for UH-1N “Huey” Bell Helicopters performed after a certain number of flight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jason Wiese) Aircraft mechanics keep Hueys flying
Basic maintenance like oil changes, tire rotation and checking tire pressure can go a long way to avoid being stranded on the side of the road. However, breakdowns still happen to even the most regularly maintained car.Now imagine a breakdown hundreds of feet in the air."It's not like you can pull over at a cloud and hop out and take a look," said
0 10/02
2015
Tech. Sgt. Curnita Brisby, First-Term Airman Center NCO in charge, participates in a run. Brisby has competed in dozens of 5Ks and 10Ks since her enlistment in the military and has recently completed the Air Force Marathon. (Courtesy photo) Warren Airmen run for AFGSC
Every year thousands of people gather at the National Museum of the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, for the annual Air Force Marathon. Two of those runners traveled from Warren and represent the base and Air Force Global Strike Command.1st Lt. Brian Norton, 319th Missile Combat Crew commander, and Tech. Sgt. Curnita Brisby, First-Term Airman
0 9/30
2015
Suicide prevention graphic Suicide Prevention Month: How one person can make a difference
Thoughts of suicide are not necessarily something people explicitly announce to the world, which means loved ones often have no idea that their friend or family member is contemplating it. But there are signs and risk factors, and while somebody might think they can't make a difference by themselves, that's wrong. Experts say that's sometimes all
0 9/29
2015
Col. Christopher Corley, 90th Security Forces Group commander, congratulates two competitors in the 2015 Crow Creek Challenge for successfully finishing the competition. Corley took command of the group June 29, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Malcolm Mayfield) Meet the commander: Col. Christopher Corley, 90th SFG
Col. Christopher Corley, 90th Security Forces Group commander, took command June 29, 2015. Throughout his career, he has always embraced the responsibilities of a leader.Corley's first assignment was at Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota, as a flight commander for security forces personnel assigned to its missile complex."Right when I stepped
0 9/28
2015
A colors team stands in the F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., cemetery Sept. 11, 2015, during a ceremony welcoming the base’s newest ceremonial guardsmen into the 90th Missile Wing Honor Guard. Flag details are one of several functions honor guards perform including rifle party, bearers and buglers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jason Wiese) Honoring the fallen, guarding the colors
The final notes of taps ring through the air. A casket, draped in the American flag, sits amid a group of people. Airmen dressed in ceremonial garb present a final salute. The echoes of gunfire reverberate out over the base.On Sept. 11, 24 Airmen were welcomed into the base honor guard. Though it was just a mock funeral ceremony, the newest Airmen
0 9/14
2015
Airman 1st Class Coby Nette, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron Periodic Maintenance Team technician, lowers equipment into the launch support building for a Minuteman III launch facility, in the F.E. Warren Air Force base, Wyo., missile complex, Sept. 2, 2015. Airmen are required to wear a safety harness to prevent injury to themselves whenever lowering items into LFs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Malcolm Mayfield) Maintenance team keeps launch facilities 'running good'
The 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron is responsible for 150 Minuteman III launch facilities. The Periodic Maintenance Team ensures these locations operate efficiently and effectively, while also honing the skills of its Airmen.The PMT is the stepping stone for Airmen starting out in the Facility Maintenance Section career field, giving them hands
0 9/11
2015
Long icicles hang from the roof of a building on F. E. Warren Air Force Base April 18. A two day spring snow storm blanketed the base with more than 19 inches of  snow. (U.S. Air Force photo by R.J. Oriez) Welcoming Wyoming winter wonderland: how to stay safe
Anyone who has spent much time in Wyoming knows the recent cold nights are a sign of what is to come. Many skiers, snow boarders, sledders and snow plow companies eagerly await their favorite season.However, for those unfamiliar with the Wyoming winter and those who have grown too complacent with extreme weather, here are a few tips to avoid
0 9/11
2015
Rachel Bower, F.E. Warren Aquatics Center lifeguard on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., peers out over the Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz., Sept. 6, 2015, while taking a break at “Ohh Ahh Point.” The break was the first stop during a seven hour hike on the canyon’s South Kaibab Trail. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brandon Valle) Airmen build camaraderie during visit to National Parks
The 90th Missile Wing's Outdoor Recreation hosts a series of adventures to various locations throughout the year - from relaxing camping trips to high adrenaline adventures such as tandem sky-diving and mountain biking - and many of these adventures come at a reduced cost to single Airmen.During Labor Day weekend, Outdoor Rec. hosted a four-day
0 9/08
2015
Tech. Sgt. Melissa Nyman, 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron non-commissioned-officer in charge of inbound cargo, labels a recently received item in the 90th LRS Warehouse on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Sept. 1, 2015. 90th LRS Inbound Cargo receives virtually every bit of material shipped to the base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jason Wiese) Distribution flight makes materiel move
The coming and going of deliveries, crisscrossing of forklifts and trucks, and pages upon pages of documentation can boggle the mind, but for the 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron Distribution Flight, that is all in a day's work."It's pretty crazy how intense it is and how you don't really see it," said Airman 1st Class Jarret Redhair, 90th LRS
0 9/03
2015
Airman 1st Class Brad Hoffler, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron, rides a mountain biking trail on Mount Werner in the Routt National Forest, Colo., Aug. 29, 2015. Hoffler and 18 other riders from F.E. Warren Air Force Base participated in an Outdoor Recreation trip which took them to a downhill mountain bike park. (U.S. Air Force photo by Lan Kim) Summer exploration: downhill mountain biking
Editor's note: This feature is part of an ongoing series to highlight various activities Airmen can explore in the local area. According to Airman 1st Class Brad Hoffler, a 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron defender, "It's that rush of being able to fly down a mountain at 30 miles an hour, going over jumps, cutting around turns. Biking is
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