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Col. Stephen Kravitsky, 90th Missile Wing commander and Senior Airman Adam Drayton, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron survivable systems team chief, pose for a photo after spending the day together at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., April 5, 2017. The shadow program allows junior Airmen to spend a day with the wing commander and learn how senior leaders lead the wing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Breanna Carter) Airman spends day with wing commander
Senior Airman Adam Drayton, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron survivable systems team chief, helps to streamline maintenance in the missile field and had the opportunity to shadow Col. Stephen Kravitsky, 90th Missile Wing commander, April 5, 2017.This program allows junior Airmen to spend a day with the wing commander and learn about the inner
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Default Air Force Logo Mighty Ninety Contracting gets the job done
The 90th Contracting Squadron serves the base by assisting personnel to meet their requirements and achieve their specific mission.    “Our mission is to obtain the best value for goods or services for base personnel with the mentality of being a steward for the taxpayer,” said Melissa Battiste, team lead specialist contracting office. “We strive
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Staff Sgt. Jessica Thomas, 90th Missile Wing legal NCO in charge of military justice, leads a Military Justice 101: Administrative Paperwork class at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., April 5, 2017. More than 50 military members attended the class to discover the ins and outs of progressive discipline and writing effective administrative actions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano) Military Justice 101 helps Airmen reduce paperwork errors
The 90th Missile Wing Legal Office, due to the overwhelmingly positive response to their first class, held a second Military Justice 101: Administrative Paperwork class here, April 5.   “We wanted to teach it because we see a lot of errors when it comes to article 15s, court martials and discharges,” said Staff Sgt. Jessica Thomas, 90th Missile
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Maj. Gen. Anthony Cotton, 20th Air Force and Task Force 214 commander,  presents Barbara Lutz, 20th Air Force executive assistant to the commander, with her retirement certificate at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo.,  Mar. 31, 2017.  Lutz is retiring after 43 years of distinguished federal civil service. Final Salute: 20th AF bids farewell to Ms. Barb
April 3, 2017, will be the first time since 1983 F.E. Warren Air Force Base will be without Barbara J. Lutz, affectionately known as “Ms. Barb.” Lutz, 20th Air Force executive assistant to the commander, will retire Mar. 31, after 43 years of distinguished federal civil service.Many have shared that her absence will be poignantly felt throughout
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Senior Airman Tyle Fields, 790th Missile Security Forces Squadron physical training leader, leads members of the 790th MSFS in a frog crunch exercise during squadron physical training on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Feb. 1, 2017. Fields plans and executes his fitness training plan for his squadron and prepares his team members to pass their PT test or to deploy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano) Getting fit to fight with unit PT
From regular personal fitness to healthy nutrition, there are a multitude of avenues to get fit. Squadron physical training is one of those avenues units can use to ensure everyone in their unit is getting a good workout while also building esprit de corps.   “For us in the 90th Security Forces Group, fit to fight is exactly what it means. We are
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Senior Airman Michael Castle, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron tax center volunteer, assists a customer in filing her taxes at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Mar. 23, 2017.  The tax center’s goal is to help service members, retirees and dependents file their taxes free of charge. Operating hours are Monday through Friday by appointment only until April 18, for more information please contact the Tax Center at 773-5829. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Nikita Thorpe) Tax center perks
Many products and services are offered to military members at a discounted price or even free, and tax-filing is one of these well-known services. Tax preparers may claim their service or software usage is free, but then a pesky fee to file takes one by surprise. Imagine a place offering completely free assistance, to include filing, by IRS
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Senior Airman Michael Pigg, 90th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, holds back MWD, Oli, after an aggressor approaches during attack training at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., March 16, 2017. Dog handlers attend a 55 day training in order to be certified to work with the dogs on base. (Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano) Dog handlers provide additional layer of protection
“Hands-down, being a dog handler is the best job in the Air Force,” said Staff Sgt. Bryan Gill, 90th Security Forces Squadron kennel master.   The military working dogs on base serve a vital purpose in the active defense of the instillation and those who serve within its confines.   “Our job is important, because our dogs provide a capability
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Dr. Jeffrey Smith, Thinkenomics president, leads a course on, “The Art of Leading Oneself” to security forces members at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., March 9, 2017. Thinkenomics offers a unique approach to developing an organizational culture that begins with self-leadership.” The course demonstrates that leadership starts by first improving the personal leadership style used, which in return will increase the productivity of those being lead.
 (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano)
Defenders get a lesson in the art of leading
Dr. Jeffrey Smith, Thinkenomics president, held half-day courses in, “The Art of Leading Oneself “for security forces defenders here, March 6-9.    Thinkenomics offers a unique approach to developing an organizational culture that begins with self-leadership.” The course demonstrates that leadership starts by first improving the personal leadership
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Airman Keegan Okland-Kenney (right) and Airman Bradley Novack descend the 30 foot wall during rappelling exercises Feb. 25 at the Cheyenne Fire Department training facility. The rappelling course is designed to train future Tactical Response Force members how to properly rappel to descend quickly into a launch facility in case of emergency. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Glenn S. Robertson) Airmen face fears, learn vital TRF skills
“Rappelling,” yells the Airman, hesitantly placing his feet on the wall, one hand atop his head, the other gripping the rope he was set to descend.“Rappel on!” comes the response from seventy feet below the cold, windswept outcropping at the Cheyenne Fire Department training facility. The Airman takes a deep breath, exhales and begins to descend
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Retired Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician, Senior Master Sgt. Paul Horton, addresses Airman Leadership School students at F.E. Warren Air Force Base. Wyo., Feb. 17, 2017. Horton discussed his experiences while deployed and the importance of finding and living your purpose. He was invited to be the guest speaker at the 90th Missile Wing Annual Awards ceremony on Feb. 18, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo by Glenn Robertson) Retired EOD technician speaks to Mighty Ninety
F. E. Warren Air Force Base is no stranger to distinguished visitors, but one recent visitor left a lasting impression on many who heard him speak. Senior Master Sgt. Paul Horton (Ret.), an Air Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal veteran of 21 years, spoke at several venues Feb. 18 to 19 across the base. He deployed numerous times in support of
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