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  • Moving Forward: 20th AF/CC outlines professional development initiatives

    Today, more than 11,000 “Sentinels” currently serving in 20th Air Force are following in the footsteps of our first commanders - Generals Henry H. “Hap” Arnold, Curtis E. LeMay and Nathan F. Twining - founding fathers of the United States Air Force and global strike innovators. For more than 55

  • Silent Sentinels: Communication is key

    In the world of intercontinental ballistic missiles, the mission is completed by a number of organizations working together to maintain a safe, secure and effective force. As a photojournalist, I get to see a wide spectrum of what Mighty Ninety Airmen do day to day. Recently, I spent three days out

  • Financial Matters: We need your help to close-out

    Financial close-out time is upon us again. Fiscal Year 2016 ends Sept. 30, and Fiscal Year 2017 begins Oct. 1. The 90th Comptroller Squadron will continue to work hard to ensure your vouchers and associated travel entitlements are processed as accurately and timely as possible.    However, we need

  • Silent Sentinels: It takes every piece to complete a puzzle

    In the world of ICBMs, the mission is completed by a number of organizations working together to maintain a safe, secure and effective force. As a photojournalist, I get to see a wide spectrum of what Mighty Ninety Airmen do day to day. Recently, I spent three days in the missile field with the 90th

  • That September Day

    Where were you when the world stopped turning on that September day? Who were you with? What were you doing? When did you see the tragic events that happened? Like many people around the world, I remember exactly where I was and who I was with on that September day. 9/11 was the day I was supposed

  • Silent Sentinels: The everyday life of a missile maintainer

    In the world of ICBMs, the mission is completed by a number of organizations working together to maintain a safe, secure and effective force. As a photojournalist, I get to see a wide spectrum of what Mighty Ninety Airmen do day to day. Recently, I spent three days in the missile field with the 90th

  • Are we doing enough?

    He's dead now. My friend Henry was such a comedian. He did the goofiest things to make you laugh, and his antics always succeeded. Although he was funny, he was also sensitive and at times took things to heart. He strived to be number one and pushed himself to be the best he could. I know this as a

  • Spring Fire Safety Tips

    Spring is here, and with that cleaning up from the long winter, making repairs around the home and enjoying the outdoors. Keeping a few safety thoughts in mind will help ensure a fun enjoyable spring and summer.   The F.E. Warren Fire Department would like everyone to enjoy the nice weather and

  • Remembering the past, looking to the future

    “There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.”  These were the words of Jewish author, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel. Born Sept. 30, 1928, in Sighet, Transylvania, now part of Romania, Wiesel grew

  • Air Force Spouse Relationships are Key to Mission Success

    When our fifth child was born, my husband sent a birth announcement to the “Jet 48,” a weekly magazine published at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England. It had a regular column featuring the parents of the children born in the base community.  As a joke, he added a title to my name: