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Default Air Force Logo Four methods for families to control difficulties, ease transition back to normal living patterns
The front gate of Warren provides a very telling story of the operation of a missile base. A person can see a variety of mission specific vehicles entering and exiting the base with a large contingent of support personnel on board.Some may be heading out for the day and returning that evening, but the majority of active-duty members at Warren are
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Women make history in Air Force workplace
Women's history is laced with varied catch phrases and slogans. Some are traditional, such as the old adage "a woman's work is never done." Others are intended for empowerment, such as, "You've come a long way, baby." There was also the "Girl power!" war cry of the mid-nineties.But perhaps more influential for working women was 1943's "We can do
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Guantanamo Bay: Truth behind mystery, scandal
Imagine an island, slightly smaller than Pennsylvania, with a population of about 11 million people, where palm trees and cacti live on the same shore, and iguanas are as common there as squirrels are in America.In this place there is a U.S. naval station that houses one of the most notorious detention camps in the world, and it is home to about
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Taking a preventative approach to helping Warren Airmen cope with military stressors
The Warren Mental Health Clinic celebrates National Professional Social Work Month in March by informing and educating Airmen and their families on the importance of seeking help early.This year's focus is not only on education but building on people's strengths."This year we want to capitalize on not only the family advocacy mission, which is to
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2008
Guests look at the baskets being auctioned during the Warren Spouse’s Club fourth annual Dollars for Scholar basket auction in the Trail’s End Club March 1. This year the WSC had more than 60 baskets donated for the auction. The auction raised $17,319 for the scholarship fund to help military members send their children or spouses to college (U.S. Air Force photos/Staff Sgt. Chad Thompson). Going once, going twice, sold for $17,319
Yelling, tension and little paddles with numbers flying left and right.Colonels running around the room with large baskets in their arms trying to do their job: to help sell items donated from local businesses, squadrons and individuals.This was the scene at the Warren Spouse's Club fourth annual Dollars for Scholars basket auction Saturday in the
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Boy scouts: An organization packed with history in need of Warren support
This month, the Boy Scouts of America celebrates its 98 years of existence. The organization began in England by a man named Robert Baden-Powell.As a youth, Baden-Powell enjoyed the outdoors, learning about nature and how to live in the wilderness. After returning as a military hero from service in Africa, Baden-Powell discovered that English boys
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Carter Woodson: Origins of multiculturalism
African Americans have impacted this country's history.America now has a month set aside to reflect on the importance African Americans have had in culture and the fabric of society.Carter Woodson established Black History month in the 1920s. Mr. Woodson, a historian, writer and educator, designed it to be only a week long event.However, the
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2008
Capt. David Suszko, 319th Missile Squadron, works the mitts with Capt. Rodney Ellison, 319th MS, Jan. 29 at the Fall Hall Community Center. Captain Ellison has been the Air Force light heavyweight boxing champion and second in the Defense Department for the past three years (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Chad Thompson). Boxing: Juggling day-to-day duties with Air Force 178-pound championship
This Airman has grown up watching some of boxing's greatest fighters such as Mike Tyson, Sugar Ray Leonard and Evander Holyfield. But he holds the right to call himself the best in the Air Force because he has held the Air Force light heavyweight boxing championship since 2006.Capt. Rodney Ellison, 319th Missile Squadron, won his third Air Force
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Like father, like son: Buffalo Soldier, Tuskegee Airman
Each February the nation celebrates the impact of African Americans on the country's history. Like other professions, the United States military is steeped with many examples of African Americans providing a huge impact and shaping the force for future members. Two great examples are the father and son team of Generals Benjamin Oliver Davis Sr. and
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2008
Five 90th Security Forces Group Airmen were selected for a trip to Mardi Gras: Staff Sgt. Taurus Cooper, 90th Security Support Squadron; Senior Airman Ananias Hill, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron; Airman 1st Class Matthew McCullough, 790th Missile Security Forces Squadron; Airman 1st Class Wesley Arrambide, 90th MSFS; and Airman 1st Class Kristine Campbell, 90th SFS. Tech. Sgt. Jared Moran, 90th SFS, will be attending as an escort. Col. David Martinez, 90th SFG commander, speaks with them about New Orleans infrastructure (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Daryl Knee). Six 90th SFG Airmen go to Mardi Gras
Five Airmen and an escort from the 90th Security Forces Group were chosen to represent the Air Force while riding a float in New Orleans' Mardi Gras celebration Jan. 26.The Airmen departed Cheyenne Jan. 23 for New Orleans, La. After arriving, they drove to Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., where they stayed for the trip."We work pretty hard, and we
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