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  • We are FCAT, this is what we do

    Assess, allocate, file, plan, budget, implement. These are the steps Facility Condition Assessment Teams take to upgrade a facility. The team inspects all facility structures such as mechanical systems, fire systems, utilities, and transportation networks. The data is then put into a program and utilized by the mission support center to properly
  • Behind the scenes with security forces

    My alarm goes off at 3:00 a.m. for a 4:30 a.m. show time, I get dressed, tie up my boots and I’m out the door. On my way to base it’s still dark outside, and all I can think is that I want to crawl back in bed and catch a few more Z’s. I refrain from complaining because I know this is a regular start to our defenders’ day. This was just the
  • Air Force Bioenvironmental Engineers bring advanced exposure surveillance to the front lines

    Modern battlefields have many sources of potentially harmful airborne substances, but that is not the only place that Airmen can be exposed to harmful environmental factors. Air Force bioenvironmental engineers are developing technology to track, catalogue, and provide useful data about environmental exposures that will help identify battlefield threats in real time and inform Airmen of the everyday exposures that affect their health.
  • F.E. Warren holds first sergeant symposium

    A First Sergeant Additional Duty Symposium was held at F.E. Warren Air Force Base Oct. 23-26, to educate NCOs and SNCOs on the roles and responsibilities of a first sergeant. The four-day event encompassed lectures from various speakers, including Chief Master Sgt. Charles Lane, Air Force Global Strike Command first sergeant, and Chief Master Sgt.
  • Airman readiness: Taking care of the body starts with the mouth

    Before reaching for that mid-afternoon soda or in to that bowl of office candy, you might want to think about how well you are keeping your mouth clean. The mouth is an important part of the body and can affect overall health. October is Dental Hygiene Month and, according to Air Force dental experts, most do not realize the impact of optimal oral health care on readiness.
  • Continuing an Air Force career - hope after a breast cancer diagnosis

    The pink ribbon that symbolizes National Breast Cancer Awareness might be seen as a somber image, but it also represents hope and the many survivors. As awareness, support, and research funding have increased, more and more women are surviving breast cancer and returning to their careers.
  • Take command: Changes to TRICARE disenrollment coming in 2018

    As part of the changes coming to TRICARE on Jan. 1, 2018, there will be new rules affecting disenrollment.
  • 90th MDG shines light on breast cancer

    October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the 90th Medical Group is trying to raise awareness on base with various activities. "We want to bring awareness that breast cancer is gender neutral," said Christine Ramler, 90th MDG risk manager. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, the lifetime risk for men getting breast
  • New wing opens in Warren medical center

    Two years of hard work resulted in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new wing at the medical clinic on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Oct. 19.   In 2014, 90th Medical Group leadership identified several areas that needed renovations to provide better care to the base and the community.   "Although there were numerous changes some of the