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  • Hand-held cell phone driving ban in effect

    In an effort to make driving on base safer, hand-held cell phone use while driving on all Department of Defense installations was banned in July. Lately, the 90th Security Forces Squadron reports a spike in usage by drivers. Drivers cannot use cell phones when driving without a hands-free device, said Staff Sgt. Ronald Hale, 90th SFS NCOIC of
  • Air Force captain honored during remembrance day parade

    The Royal Air Force Habbaniya Association honored Air Force Capt. Jutta Cortes by obtaining "exceptional permission" for her to march in the annual Remembrance Day Parade near the Cenotaph in London. Captain Cortes earned the honor after she responded to a special request from the association's honorary secretary, Dr. Christopher Morris. Last year,
  • Holiday greetings from the 20th AF CC

    The changes in the weather signal the holiday season is fast approaching. In the next few weeks, many of you will be traveling across the country to meet with family and friends to celebrate the final holidays of 2006 and the beginning of 2007. This is the most joyous time of the year and I encourage everyone to take full advantage of it. We
  • Influenza: Deadly yet preventable illness

    Influenza season is fast approaching, and every Airman should be knowledgeable about the signs and symptoms as well as the importance of influenza. Influenza causes more diseases than any other vaccine-preventable illness, causing 20,000 deaths and 114,000 hospitalizations every year. Individuals infected with influenza are highly contagious and
  • First Friday successful

    The first Friday of the month brought Warren members together at the Trail's End Club here to discuss deployments, learn about the 90th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight and relax. Wing leadership created First Friday with the hopes of becoming a new on-base tradition centered in esprit de corps, education and mission
  • Efforts in Iraq bring British Honors for Airman

    The volunteer efforts by an Air Force captain while deployed to Iraq last year has earned her the honor of being the first American to march with a British regiment at The Cenotaph war memorial Nov. 12 in London's Whitehall. Capt. Jutta Cortes, the deputy director of security forces for the 20th Air Force at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., leaves
  • General visits Warren

    The Air Force director of security forces and force protection visited Warren October 23 to October 27.Brig. Gen. Mary Kay Hertog met with Warren Airmen to discuss Air Expeditionary Force possibilities, learn the base's history and mission and to tour the 90th Ground Combat Training Squadron located at Camp Guernsey, Wyo."It was a rewarding visit,"
  • AFA hosts 60th anniversary banquet

    The Cheyenne Cowboy Chapter 357 of the Air Force Association hosted more than 150 military members, civic leaders and retirees at the Cheyenne Holiday Inn October 27 in celebration of the Air Force Association's 60th anniversary.The master of ceremonies and local chapter president, Irene Johnigan, honored servicemembers in Wyoming and around the
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