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  • Know, do your mission with a positive attitude

    The new 90th Civil Engineer Squadron commander, Lt. Col. Brian Low, shares three tips for success and offers a challenge. Low explains his Airmen motivate him and he has his dream job; however, he didn’t get here overnight. He stressed knowing your mission and how it serves the greater good, having a positive attitude and serving alongside your
  • Driving safety with Maj. Gen. Rauch

    F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, has felt the effects of winter for a few months, but Dec 21, 2018, was the official start of winter. As the season rolls on the temperatures fluctuate with extreme cold, snow and ice and it is important we take the proper safety measures here, thus ensuring a happy and uneventful winter. One key factor to
  • Warren Airmen earn high merit in Army Basic Leadership Course

    On, November 12, 2018 Senior Airman Zachary Steinke, Senior Airman Roman Frakes and Senior Airman Angelo Lewis, F.E. Warren Air Force Base Security Forces members, began the Army Basic Leadership Course as the first Air Force personnel to attend the course. The Army Basic Leadership Course is intended to train soldiers in the fundamentals of small
  • No Drone Zone

    Regardless of what unmanned aircraft systems F. E. Warren Airmen use to complete the mission, under no circumstances may others who are not conducting official duties operate drones, model aircraft, model rockets or other UAS on base.Due to security concerns, the Federal Aviation Administration bans the operation of private, civil and commercial
  • Airman Leadership School Class 19-B graduates

    The 90th Missile Wing Airman Leadership School held a graduation ceremony at the Trail’s End Event Center here, to honor the Airmen who completed the course, Dec. 19, 2018. The following Airmen graduated the course:John Levitow Award: Senior Airman John Dimicelli, 90th Security Forces SquadronAcademic Award/Distinguished Graduate: Senior Airman
  • Facility manager adds new coat of paint to military tradition

    Tech. Sgt. Raymond “Yamcha” Kiser wants missileers of the 320th Missile Squadron prepared for the nuclear apocalypse. Facility manager Kiser borrowed the popular “Fallout” video game’s comical guidance for the nuclear apocalypse to create a mural stretching down a Golf Missile Alert Facility (MAF) shaft way. Kiser, an artist and online comic
  • AFGSC commander visits F.E. Warren

    General Timothy Ray, Air Force Global Strike Command commander, interacted with Airmen here Dec. 10 to 12 during a three-day visit to F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming. This is the first time Ray has visited the base since taking command of AFGSC in August. Ray used the visit as an opportunity to have meals with Airmen, tour multiple squadrons
  • 90th MDG wins AFGSC awards

    The 2018 Air Force Global Strike Command medical awards recently came out and the 90th Medical Group received several awards. The winners will represent AFGSC at the Air Force Medial Service competition.   The winners are: Capt. Blake Page, Young Health Care Administrator of the Year Ms. Cathy Royer, Dental Civilian of the Year Tech. Sgt. Sammy
  • LRS Airmen learn their importance to the mission

    The 319th Missile Squadron hosted a group of 90th Logistic Readiness Squadron Airmen at a Missile Alert Facility Nov. 8, 2018, to provide cross-talk between career fields and increase 90th LRS mission role awareness within the ICBM field. During the tour of E-01, most of the Airmen got to go into a Launch Control Center for the first time, they
  • U.S. presents Bells of Balangiga to the Philippines

    Defense Secretary James N. Mattis and Philippine Ambassador to the United States Jose Romualdez visited F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, Nov. 14, 2018, during which the Bells of Balangiga were officially presented to the Philippine government. During the visit, the Secretary attended a veterans remembrance event and provided remarks on the
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