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90th OSS, why we love our mission

Senior Airman Avery Davis, a Weather Forecaster with the 90th OSS, works at his station. "The mission doesn't happen if you don't know what's going on with the weather," said Davis. "Here in Wyoming we happen to have some of the worst weather, and that's where we come in."

Senior Airman Avery Davis, a weather forecaster with the 90th Operations Support Squadron, works at his station. "The mission doesn't happen if you don't know what's going on with the weather," said Davis. "Here in Wyoming we happen to have some of the worst weather, and that's where we come in."

2nd Lt. Victoria Reede, Chief of Helo Intel Operations, poses for a photo. "We're able to provide a unique perspective when it comes to threats, and also giving better situational awareness of what's going on in the world."

2nd Lt. Victoria Reede, Chief of Helo Intel Operations, poses for a photo. "We're able to provide a unique perspective when it comes to threats, and also giving better situational awareness of what's going on in the world," said Reede.

Capt. John Pacheco, Standing Eval. Officer of Codes with the 90th OSS/OSB, poses for a photo. "Positive control and nuke surety," said Pacheco. "We do our job so we don't have to do our job."

Capt. John Pacheco, standing evaluation officer of codes with the 90th Operations Support Squadron, poses for a photo. "Positive control and nuke surety," said Pacheco. "We do our job so we don't have to do our job."

Master Sgt. Michael Wilson, Arms Superintendent with the 90th OSS, poses for a photo at his work station. "I'm not a center of attention kind of person, and this job allows people like me to be important behind the scenes," said Wilson.

Master Sgt. Michael Wilson, arms superintendent with the 90 OSS, poses for a photo at his work station. "I'm not a center of attention kind of person, and this job allows people like me to be important behind the scenes," said Wilson.

Capt. Corey Greene (left), Flight Commander of 90th OSS Scheduling, and 
Capt. Jessica Prophitt, Chaplain with the 90th Missile Wing, have a conversation at their work station. "There's a lot of small things and a lot of last minute things that pop up and when you're able to get them done and get them done well it feels really good," said Greene. "One of the things that's so great about being a Chaplain is that wherever there is people there is a mission for us," said Prophitt.

Capt. Corey Greene (left), flight commander of 90th Operations Support Squadron Scheduling, and Capt. Jessica Prophitt, chaplain with the 90th Missile Wing, have a conversation at their work station. "There's a lot of small things and a lot of last minute things that pop up and when you're able to get them done and get them done well it feels really good," said Greene. "One of the things that's so great about being a chaplain is that wherever there is people there is a mission for us," said Prophitt.

Capt. Daniel Banaszynski, Chief of Scripts with the 90th OSS/OSK, poses for a photo. "Seeing someone come from Vandenberg for training and not truly understanding the gravity of what they're doing and then gaining some of that insight from our training to understand what they're doing is why I love my job," said Banaszynski.

Capt. Daniel Banaszynski, chief of scripts with the 90th Operations Support Squadron, poses for a photo. "Seeing someone come from Vandenberg for training and not truly understanding the gravity of what they're doing and then gaining some of that insight from our training to understand what they're doing is why I love my job," said Banaszynski.

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