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Staff Sgt. Christopher Banks, 90th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dogs Section, discusses his perspective on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., during a remembrance luncheon in the Fall Hall Community Center on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Jan 15, 2015. Airmen from the 90th Missile Wing and people from the local community attended the luncheon to remember the legacy of King. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jason Wiese) Wing celebrates MLK’s life, legacy
Mighty Ninety Airmen and community partners celebrated the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Jan. 15 in the Fall Hall Community Center on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo."It's a way of educating the base population and local community about the great things Dr. King did," said Master Sgt. Kim Elliot, 319th Missile Squadron
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2015
Key Spouse Graphic. (U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sgt. Jamal D. Sutter/Released) Spouses provide key family support
The initial training Airmen receive when entering the military familiarizes them with the military, its culture, rank structure and life in service to the U.S.Airmen's families are just as much a part of the Air Force, but not all have the benefit of military indoctrination. The Key Spouse Program exists to bridge the gap between Air Force families
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2015
Army Capt. Shannon Mclean, U.S. Army Veterinary Treatment Facility officer in charge and veterinarian on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., examines the ear canal of Kady, a seven year-old Saint Bernard Jan. 13, 2015. Medical examinations of pets are recommended once a year to ensure they remain healthy. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Brandon Valle) VTF takes care of our pets
The U.S. Army is responsible for providing veterinary treatment to all Department of Defense animals and service members' pets. The Mighty Ninety Airmen can bring their four-legged friends to receive care at the U.S. Army Veterinary Treatment Facility."We provide the necessary procedures to ensure your pets remain healthy," said Jolene McCauley,
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Default Air Force Logo Dr. King overcame great adversity
Like every man, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was a man of many great accomplishments who overcame many hardships and shortcomings. He spent his life demonstrating the monumental character and tenacity of a great leader and human being.King suffered a great deal of adversity in his youth.Throughout most of Dr. King's childhood he suffered from
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2015
Airmen from Warren prepare to descend down a mountain in Jackson Hole, Wyo., during an Outdoor Recreation trip. Outdoor Rec. hosts trips almost each weekend for Airmen at a less expensive rate than the cost to go alone. (Courtesy photo/Agustus Schliffke)
How to survive the Warren winter
Winter is a harsh time at F.E. Warren. With below zero-degree temperatures and icy winds, spending time outside becomes less enjoyable and more of a hassle.Many Airmen turn to spending their time inside their dorms and homes."[The] biggest threat to health and wellness are the Airmen who stay cooped up in their dorms or apartments playing video
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2015
Members of the 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron Survivable Systems Team pose for a photograph Nov. 19 in their back shop in Bldg. 1235. The team consists of former mechanical and pneudraulic section personnel, two of which take on the role as team chiefs. It was formed as a Force Improvement Program initiative  to streamline maintenance in the field.
 (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Malcolm Mayfield)
New, focused maintenance team
F.E. WARREN AIR FORCE BASE, Wyo. -- In the wake of the Force Improvement Program, many changes to operations in F.E. Warren Air Force Base's missile complex have been made to improve the quality of life and efficiency in the field.One such improvement was the formation of a new team to streamline the maintenance done on launch control centers and
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2014
Capt. Amanda Filiowich, 320th Missile Squadron, and Capt. David Skelly, 37th Helicopter Squadron, ponder about their thoughts on the Force Improvement Program. FIP is an aggressive grass-roots feedback program designed to quickly provide senior Air Force leaders with actionable recommendations for improvement by conducting one-on-one interviews and surveys with Airmen. The feedback received so far has brought changes to a variety of career fields vital to the nuclear deterence mission and has been positively received by those affected. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Lan Kim) FIP: "Making the world's best Air Force better"
Within the nuclear enterprise, the winds of change that have swept 20th Air Force and the wings under it, have affected many.Though change is not always welcome, the Force Improvement Program has brought new opportunities, improved the quality of life for Airmen, rewarded those who take initiative in certain career fields, and with all those
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2014
The eldest daughter of the late Tech. Sgt. Matthew Schwartz, an explosive ordnance disposal technician with 90th Civil Engineering Squadron EOD flight who lost his life in 2012, drops the ceremonial game-puck at a Colorado Eagles hockey game, Nov. 5, 2014 in Loveland, Colo. The EOD flight was invited to the game to conduct a demonstration with former Navy SEALs during the first intermission as part of a military appreciation night game. (U.S. Air Force photo by Lan Kim)
EOD showcases capabilities at Eagles game
Airmen from the 90th Civil Engineering Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight and former Navy SEALs participated in a demonstration, Nov. 5, 2014, as part of military appreciation night during a Colorado Eagles hockey game in Loveland, Colo. The demonstration entailed various military tactics and equipment from SEALs rappelling onto the hockey
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2014
OPSEC Poster Old Lock OPSEC demands much, protects much
Social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter and Flickr can provide an instantaneous and highly entertaining feedback stream of your daily activities to friends and family. The latest videos of dogs running with fireworks in their mouths, kittens tumbling in the snow or Internet memes of celebrity humiliations populate the news feeds of people
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2014
New honor guard graduates carry an empty casket towards the flag bearers Oct. 31 during a mock funeral at the F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., cemetery. Each graduate had a different responsibility to perform during the ceremony. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brandon Valle) Warren Honor Guard welcomes new recruits
The base Honor Guard held a graduation ceremony Oct. 31 to welcome 14 Airmen into their ranks. Each new recruit recieved a certificate presented by Col. Tracy Haye, 90th Missile Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Samuel Couch, 90th MW command chief.The Airmen spent two weeks learning the proper movements and actions that every honor guard Airmen
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2014
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