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  • Camp Guernsey leads active shooter training for AFGSC defenders

    From the outside stands a tall metal building with no identifying features other than a bright orange sign proclaiming protection must be worn.Inside the building is the response force tactical force cadre surrounded by dozens of Airmen. Behind them is their training ground for the week, a mock building. Security Forces Airmen from across the Air
  • All-female alert crews protect our nation

    The snow crunched beneath their heavy boots. A thin layer of ice covered the soft, powdery snow, amplifying the noise made with each step. The wind howled, carrying with it white waves of snow not covered by the icy frost.  Unfazed by the harsh elements, our warriors descended below the frozen landscape ready to answer their nation’s call at a
  • Francis Emroy Warren AFB: the namesake

    The accounts of the men and women who impacted the history of F.E. Warren Air Force Base serves as a reminder of their bravery and traditions they created. These traditions serve as a window to the past for the new men and women stationed on F.E. Warren.  President Abraham Lincoln and Congress set plans for the Transcontinental Railroad and
  • Airman Leadership School Class 19-C graduates

    The 90th Missile Wing Airman Leadership School held a graduation ceremony at the Trail’s End Event Center to honor the Airmen who completed the course Feb. 13, 2019. The following Airmen graduated the course:John Levitow Award: Senior Airman Rose Briana Smith, 934 Aeromedical Staging SquadronDistinguished Graduate: Senior Airman Joshua Mark Luckey,
  • If you see something, say something

    We all have the responsibility of force protection. If you see something that looks suspicious, say something. You could be the key to preventing a terrorist attack or to stopping a crime. There are commonly detectable indicators that precede most terrorist attacks. Specific things to look for include things such as: personnel that are acting
  • Innovation through renovation: 90th MMXS gets a new look

    The Warren Shootout finalist were announced June 29, 2018, and among the winners was Lt. Col. Stephanie Wilson, 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron commander. The Warren Shootout was implemented to utilize squadron innovation funds from the wing to find Airmen-led innovative ideas that increase readiness, reduce cost, return time to Airmen, and
  • Drones/model rockets prohibited on base

    This is a reminder that F. E. Warren Air Force base is a no drone zone. Launching, landing or operating unmanned, or remote controlled drones or model rockets is prohibited on base at all times. Many drone users may not know that they inadvertently pose a threat to military operations. In accordance with UAS NOTAM FDC 7/7282, the operation of
  • AFGSC recognizes 90th SFS Airman

    Air Force Global Strike Command recently recognized a 90th Security Forces Airman as the 2018 Outstanding Security Forces Flight Level Senior NCO of the Year on F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming.Master Sgt. Christopher Klein, 90 SFS, earned top honors and will represent the 90th Missile Wing at the Air Force level security forces annual awards. “I am super
  • Cardio: Health

    If I’m being honest, I hate forced cardio. Now, I know I played football and ran track in high school, but no one forced me to do it. I, for the most part, enjoyed it. Cardio is part of who we are as an Air Force and it is important to get that blood pumping. Since I hate cardio I had to find an enjoyable way to do it different. Recently, I found