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Coffee with the Commander and Command Chief Schedule


New Local Sponsorship Training

The Airman & Family Readiness Center is offering a new Localized Sponsorship Training March 9, 11, 23 and 25 at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. All classes are at the AFRC. This training course replaces the e-Sponsorship training currently used. Contact Rebecca Fohner at 773-5816 or Ronald Navarra at 773-5946 to sign up.

February Blood Drive

Project Officer Training

The 90 MW Protocol office will be conducting a Project Officer training course. This course is to provide a foundational understanding of protocol fundamentals to Group and squadron POC’s to help plan and execute events, ceremonies and visits. Our goal is to explain how to properly manage official visits, ceremonies, events and provide general tips/tricks on how to be successful during the process. This course is open to any Airman who will potentially fill the role of a project officer or unit point of contact for a ceremony, event, or official visit. The course will be held at the civilian personnel office Feb. 26 at 1 p.m. We will also have another course specifically for Change of Command (CoC) Project officers. This will be March 11 at 1 p.m. at the civilian personnel office. If you have any questions please or would like to attend please contact the 90 MW Protocol office at 773-2137.

90 MUNS AMMO Closure

90 MUNS AMMO will be closed from March 8-12 from 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily for the semi-annual 100% wall-to-wall stockpile inventory for all conventional and NWRM munitions assets. For more information, or questions, please call Munitions Operations at 773-3259.

90 MW Story Tellers

90 MW personnel will be sharing personal stories of strength, courage, and resilience when, and after, confronted with painful and difficult life situations March 18 at 1 p.m. at  the Base Theater.  After their stories are told, there will be an opportunity to ask questions. Please contact Rebecca Nordin at 773-3298, TSgt Robert Terrell at 773- 3991, or TSgt Terissa Shelley at 773-5822 for additional information.  

Boots and Baubles

The Warren Spouses’ Club is holding their annual Boots & Baubles Event online starting 9 a.m. March 13 to 9 p.m. March 20 at www.bootsandbaubles.givesmart.com.  There will also be a walk-through viewing event on Thursday, March 19 in the dining room and Pershing Room at Trail’s End.

Tax Related Legal Assistance

The legal office is extending its legal assistance hours on Wednesdays and Fridays  to assist with tax-related legal issues. This is NOT a tax preparation service, however, staff will be ready and available to provide tax-related legal advice. Legal assistance must be given in-person, therefore we will be unable to conduct virtual assistance.  If you are experiencing any COVID-19-related symptoms up to 24 hours before your intended visit we ask that you come another time. We remind all patrons that the 100% mask-wear policy is in effect when in the legal office.  Since tax issues can be unique and complicated, please call the legal office in advance so they can be prepared to address your issue when you come in. The legal office is located on the second floor of building 232, which also houses the 90th MSG. Legal assistance hours until April 15th will be: Mondays 2 – 3 p.m. and Wednesdays and Fridays 10 – 11 a.m. (general legal assistance) & 11 a.m. – noon Tax-related legal assistance only.  Please contact the legal office at 307-773-2256.

Wild Animal Issue on FEW

Recently, a raccoon on base tested positive for distemper and a second raccoon is likely to test positive for distemper. Also, there is a coyote on base that may have distemper symptoms as well. Lastly, there was a black-tailed jack rabbit that tested positive for Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus 2, a lethal rabbit disease spreading across the U.S. If anyone on base finds dead rabbits, the Wyoming Game & Fish Department would like people to let them know where the rabbit is, so that they can collect and test it. The rabbit disease is highly contagious to rabbits, but they are the only animals known to be affected by the disease at this time. 

Diversity and Inclusion Committee

The Diversity and Inclusion Committee  is looking to establish a committee to help us propel us in 2021 and make it a successful year. If you are interested, please contact TSgt Ashley Ishmon or SrA Devonte Brown.

DBIDS Credential Issue Change

Beginning Jan. 20, 2021, all DBIDS credentials (Cards and Passes) will be issued at the Visitor Control Center located outside gate 1. The Visitor Control Center is open Monday – Friday from 7 a.m.  to 4 p.m. with the exception of holidays and AFGSC Family Days. Visitors requiring a pass arriving outside these days and times will need to go with their sponsor to Gate 2 located off of Missile Drive. Memorandums for DBIDS cards, entry authority lists and pre-notes will continue to be processed by the pass and identification section. For any questions please contact Mr. Gilbert Chavez at 307-773-3110.

Chapel Leadership Resources

The chapel team now provides leaders with a resource to strengthen their teams and airmen.  The resource is called “Rising Above and Overcoming the Toxic Workplace.”  It can be found in three folders at the following link  https://cs2.eis.af.mil/sites/10728/wingagencies/hc/Overcoming%20Toxic%20Leadership/Forms/AllItems.aspx.

Good Order & Discipline

Pages of Leadership

Airmen can’t rely on formalized training to sculpt their leadership style or capabilities. When personal development doesn’t come with a deadline, it can get put on the backburner until those skills are critical to our success in that moment. Leadership is a people skill, making it incredibly challenging to improve on your own. Pages of Leadership is a social book club for Airmen of all ranks: officer, enlisted and civilian. Read or listen to the book on your own time, then meet face-to-face (or over Zoom) with peers to discuss the book and do an activity that will help Airmen implement the book’s key points in your own work center. In this month’s book, Jennifer Brown will help us harness the power of diversity with her book Inclusion: Diversity, the New Workplace & the Will to Change. No matter what your role—a team member, a mid-level manager, superintendent, or someone just getting started professionally—you have the power to drive change and influence organizations. Filled with historical data, compelling stories, and practical actions, Inclusion will help us set an environment where our colleagues feel welcomed, valued, respected, and heard. The face-to-face meeting will be held March 17 from 5 – 6 p.m. in the ALS side of building 834. If you plan to attend or you would like the Zoom link, please send TSgt Justin Schuetz an email at justin.schuetz@us.af.mil.

OPSEC Only Takes a Second

Local Area Defense Counsel

February Antelope

Woodshop at the Arts & Crafts Center

The Auto Hobby Shop is expanding hours and programs.  We are eager to include your inputs in our plans! To have your voice heard, fill out the short survey that can be accessed at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/76Q69H6.


TRICARE, Medical & Health

Return to Exercise Program

Balance Your Energy Tank

PHEO Newsletter

Pharmacy Process Announcement

Updated Pharmacy Info

MHS Genesis Transition

The 90th Medical Group will be transitioning to a new Electronic Health Record (EHR) called MHS Genesis on April 24. Access to appointments from April through June will be reduced and appointment times may increase as the Medics adjust to new technology and workflows. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we integrate MHS Genesis to provide you top notch care! For more information on MHS Genesis, please visit www.health.mil/MHSGENESIS.

TRICARE Open Enrollment Season

TRICARE Select Group A Changes

Effective Jan. 1, 2021, TRICARE Select Group A retired beneficiaries will be required to pay TRICARE Select enrollment fees. This must be done via allotment, where feasible. In order to maintain health care coverage, TRICARE Select Group A retired beneficiaries must take action and pay their TRICARE Select enrollment fees. Beneficiaries should take action now and contact their regional contractor to set up an allotment for enrollment fees. If the beneficiary contacts their regional contractor after Nov. 20, 2020, the contractor may request two months advance enrollment fees upfront to establish monthly allotment. Beneficiaries who don't set up their TRICARE Select enrollment fee payment by Dec. 31, 2020 will be disenrolled from TRICARE Select due to non-payment. Beneficiaries will have 180 days from their termination date to request reinstatement. They must contact their regional contractor to request reinstatement. Beneficiaries will have to pay all enrollment fees back to Jan. 1, 2021. If they don't take action, beneficiaries will only be able to get care from a military hospital or clinic if space is available (i.e. all civilian healthcare costs will be their full responsibility).


DeCA News

February DeCA Express Line
Commissary Fast Facts

DeCA News Release – Scholarships for Military Children Deadline

DeCA News Release – Registration for P and G Military Pro Camps


Education and Local Schools

Air Force Virtual Education Center

AFVEC is now online and individuals should be able to access their accounts to submit tuition assistance.  If individuals have questions, they can reach out to the Education and Training Center at 773-2313 or 90fss.dph@us.af.mil.


The DoD SkillBridge Program provides eligible Airman (officer & enlisted) opportunities to develop their career skills through civilian on-the-job or employment skills training, apprenticeships, and internships to help them prepare to transition from military to civilian employment.  For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact Ruth Schulerbrooks at 773-4333 or ruth.schulerbrooks@us.af.mil.

Public School Chronicle LCSD #1

Education Programs

Gen Arnold Grant


Private Orgs


1178 AFSA will conduct a membership meeting Feb. 25 at 3:30 p.m. at Trails End in the Bakers Room. For more information please contact us at 90MW.FEW.AFSA@us.af.mil.



5/6 will conduct a membership drive March 2 at 11 a.m. to noon at Chadwell Dining Facility. For more information please contact TSgt Shalisa Gray at shalisa.gray@us.af.mil.