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The mission of Comprehensive Airman Fitness Program is to build and sustain a thriving and resilient Air Force Community that fosters mental, physical, social and spiritual fitness, which are the areas of a person’s life and capture the totality of how they experience and relate to others and themselves. These areas are also referred to as the four pillars. CAF logo, sky back ground photo from smart phone and drop shadow effect on text were added using Adobe In Design CS4. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez) Suicide prevention: The spiritual side
Editors note: This is the third article in a series of stories focusing on suicide prevention.The U.S. Air Force uses a program called Comprehensive Airman Fitness, and the concepts of the pillars of resiliency, to encourage Airmen to keep balance in their lives. There are four pillars: social and family, physical, mental and emotional, and
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A "ghost" peeks out form behind a period-style uniform located in one of the exhibits of the Warren ICBM and Heritage Museum Oct. 24. Ghosts were placed in various exhibits throughout the museum for children to find during a "Ghost Busting" scavenger hunt. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brandon Valle)
Warren spends a "Night at the Museum"
The annual "Night at the Museum" was held at the Warren ICBM and Heritage Museum Oct. 24. The event attracted a number of costumed children, as well as a few costumed adults. Children participated in a number of free activities including a costume contest, an arts and crafts table, a "Ghost Busting" scavenger hunt and a trivia competition. The
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Suicide Awarness Graphic Suicide Prevention: The mental fight
Editors note: this is the second article in a series of stories focusing on suicide prevention.Suicide is a major concern in the United States and it's prevention is a high priority in the Department of Defense. One of the main effects of suicidal thoughts is the influence on a person's physical and mental health."Individuals often stop doing the
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Airman 1st Class April Tucay, 90th Medical Operations Squadron dental assistant, spent Oct. 8 with a simulated black eye in order to see how her patients would react during the day. The Black Eye Campaign was a social experiment to see how people on base reacted to a situation that many would deem uncomfortable. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brandon Valle)
The Black Eye Campaign
The 90th Medical Group Family Advocacy Program recently sponsored a Black Eye Campaign to promote domestic violence awareness. Volunteers across base used makeup to give the appearance that they had black eyes in an attempt to create reactions from those who work with them or who saw them during the day. "The purpose of the campaign was to be a
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Paul Gregg, 90th Force Support Squadron wood crafter, and Sarah Dyer, 90th FSS recreational assistant, discuss a woodworking project they are working on Oct. 8, 2014. Gregg, Dyer and Dave Holmquist, 90th FSS wood crafter, form the wood shop team at the F.E. Warren Arts and Crafts Center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jason Wiese) Wood shop carves out niche in Warren's charm
Editor's note: This is the second article in a series of articles about artwork in the Mighty Ninety.Much of what makes any locale unique is its artwork, and some of the most prolific artwork here comes from the wood shop in the Arts and Crafts Center, adding to the frontier/rustic feel of the base.Upon entering the wood shop, visitors are greeted
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Staff Sgt. Zachary Davidson, 90th Civil Engineer Squadron, performs a 25-meter low crawl through fresh mud Sept. 27 while competing in the Warren Top 3 Mud Run. Airmen and their families came out to the 90th CES Training Yard to compete in the run. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brandon Valle)
Warren builds morale with mud run
The Warren Top 3 hosted a 5K Mud Run Sept. 27 on the 90th Civil Engineer Squadron training yard. More than 130 participants came out and ran the course."I think the event went pretty well," said Master Sgt. Carlos Barter, 90th Missile Wing Equal Opportunity and event coordinator. "It's just a venue to allow team F.E. Warren to come out, have fun,
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Tech. Sgt. (Ret.) David Austin, 90th Maintenance Operations Squadron Missile Maintenance Material Control Supply technician supervisor, talks with Tech. Sgt. Jason Giguere, 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron pickup and delivery NCO-in-charge, Sept. 8, 2014, in the 90th Maintenance Group High Bay Material Control Shop. Austin decorates the shop with murals in hopes of making it a place where Airmen can relax during downtime. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jason Wiese) Maintainer makes murals for morale
Editor's note: This is the first article in a series of articles about artwork in the Mighty Ninety.The 90th Maintenance Group ensures the Minuteman III Weapon System under the care of the 90th Missile Wing is at peak performance capability. ICBM maintenance is a black-and-white world of torque wrenches and technical orders.One maintainer wanted to
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Default Air Force Logo Respect Reveille and Retreat
Reveille and Retreat are meant to signal the beginning and the end of the official duty day. There is no need to run for cover or remain indoors to "miss the music." The instructions are fairly simple and apply to everyone on base, civilian and military personnel alike. Please take the time to become familiar with Air Force protocol and F.E. Warren
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Default Air Force Logo Civilian Drug Demand Reduction Program
The Federal Drug Free Workplace policy is based on Executive Order 12564 and AFI 44-107, Civilian Drug Demand Reduction Program, which specifies Federal employees are required to refrain from the use of illegal drugs. The use of illegal drugs, whether on duty or off duty, is contrary to the efficiency of the service. This article illustrates that
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140810-F-GZ967-018 As the sun sets on Vedauwoo State Park, people are offered a plethora of colors as they light up the darkening sky. The park is just 27 miles away from F.E. Warren and can provide an escape from the daily life of being an Airman. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brandon Valle) Get out of the house: Vedauwoo State Park
Vedauwoo State Park is a secluded, rocky oasis in southeastern Wyoming. Located just 27 miles west of F.E. Warren, Vedauwoo is a close escape for those looking to leave the dorms and explore the outdoors. Entrance into Vedauwoo costs $4 for daily use, and the park offers a host of activities to participate in, including hiking, mountain biking and
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