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  • New name signals culture change

    The name has changed, and more. What used to be known as the Family Support Center is now the Airman and Family Readiness Center. The mission of the center is to not only assist family members of deploying Airmen, but to partner with squadron and group commanders to help provide a more cohesive and stable environment at the home station so members
  • Protecting yourself against property crime

    Resource protection is everyone's business. Many people believe that since they live and work on base there isn't a need to secure their belongings. This feeling couldn't be farther from the truth. Although we work and live in a secure environment compared to most civilian communities, it is important to remember we are not immune to criminal
  • Honorary squadron commander program kicks off

    The Warren Honorary Squadron Commander program kicked off its upcoming year of activities with a social Wednesday evening at the Plains Hotel in Cheyenne. The program pairs about 30 leaders from the Cheyenne military community with leaders from the civilian community in an effort to foster the growth of friendships and relationships that will
  • Retired transporter-erector to become static display

    A retired transporter erector, used since the Cold War, became Warren's newest static display on Sept. 14 just outside of Gate 1. The transporter erector has been around for more than 40 years with just under 30 years of service to the 90th Maintenance Group. The display at the front gate will be temporary, however, as the permanent site will not
  • Long lost diary provides connection to 90 BG

    While looking for information on the 90th Bombardment Group for their reunion, a 90th Space Wing historian, found what he called The Holy Grail. "As soon as I opened up the folder I realized I'd discovered a treasure," said Staff Sgt. Michael Abrams, 90 SW assistant historian. "The folder itself has a tab on it that's simply marked 'Ben Sheats,
  • Mayors meet the mission

    Twenty Nebraskan civic leaders visited the Charlie-1 Missile Alert Facility on a first-ever Nebraska mayors tour July 20 to learn about the missile mission and Warren.The tour was hosted by Gregory Robinson, the mayor of Kimball, Neb., and Col. Michael Carey, 90th Space Wing commander.Many of the first-time mayors and town administrators were
  • Rules of engagement set for political participation

    Political freedom is something the military has defended since the founding of the United States. But, while free to participate in the political process, there are some rules military members need to know. "Our main job is to follow the orders that come down our chain of command, which has an elected official at the top," said Maj. Frank Minogue,
  • Warren hosts space symposium

    Company grade officers from across Air Force Space Command participated in the first Space Professional Development Symposium here July 10 and 11.More than 100 officers from Warren, Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif., Schriever AFB, Colo., Patrick AFB, Fla., Kirtland AFB, N.M., Buckley AFB, Colo., Vandenberg AFB, Calif., Malmstrom AFB, Mont., and