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  • Summer exploration: downhill mountain biking

    Editor's note: This feature is part of an ongoing series to highlight various activities Airmen can explore in the local area. According to Airman 1st Class Brad Hoffler, a 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron defender, "It's that rush of being able to fly down a mountain at 30 miles an hour, going over jumps, cutting around turns. Biking is
  • AF emergency managers emphasize planning during National Preparedness Month

    September is National Preparedness Month and on Warren this means winter is right around the corner, so it's time to check and prepare emergency kits along with ensure peoples vehicles are ready for the season.This year's theme is "Don't wait. Communicate. Make your emergency plan today," which encompasses development of evacuation plans and family
  • Mighty Ninety gets a little muddy

    The 90th Missile Wing hosted the second annual mud run on the 90th Civil Engineer Squadron's training yard Aug. 27, 2015.More than 100 Airmen and families took part in the five-kilometer course which was littered with various muddy obstacles, including a low crawl under a pair of logs, hill climbs and a balance log.The race was split into various
  • 90 @ Nite: Security Forces

    It is often said by those in the 90th Missile Wing that the nuclear deterrence mission allows Americans to sleep securely knowing that America's most powerful weapons are always on alert to deter our adversaries from aggression toward them.Like all Americans, the Airmen who perform the mission, their families and wing assets need just as much
  • Frontiercade Fun

    Every year, for more than 20 years, the 90th Missile Wing takes a day off from its routine in order to have some fun, build camaraderie and let family members join in before the start of the local school year.The day is known as Frontiercade and this year it was held Aug. 21.Competitions range from volleyball to jousting with pugil sticks over a
  • 90 @ Nite: Command Post

    At the heart of Warren's communication network lies the 90th Missile Wing Command Post.  These Airmen cultivate a web of information and pump that information out to the needed experts day and night."We have a 24-hour mission here," said Master Sgt. Spencer Glipa, 90th MW Command Post superintendent. "We are the central point of contact for the
  • Info exchange facilitates change

    The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center Force Improvement Program team is gaining knowledge through the exchange of information with units throughout the center, strengthening relationships with missile and bomber wing customers.In June, the AFNWC FIP team met with members of the 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron at F.E. Warren Air Force Base,
  • 90 @ Nite: Transportation Control Function

    Tracking travel in the 90th Missile Wing's 9,600-square-mile missile complex is a feat, especially considering Mighty Ninety Airmen travel more than 7 million miles annually to, and within, the field.The 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron performs several functions in support of this momentous undertaking. One important role is the 90th LRS
  • 90 @ Nite: Missileers

    Editor's note: This article is part of a weeklong series showcasing the Airmen who work night shifts.The 90th Operations Group controls 150 Minuteman III ICBMs, protecting America through nuclear deterrence. The missileers of the group's 319th, 320th, and the 321st Missile Squadrons ensure that mission is accomplished 24-hours a day, seven days a
  • Over-exertion leads to rhabdo

    Rhabdomyolysis, a disease well-known to intense exercise circles, can be a painful and dangerous disease developed by doing what doctors have long recommended: exercising.Airmen must meet Air Force fitness standards with intense physical training, but Airmen should also be aware of the risk of rhabdo so they can remain healthy and continue to