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  • Doggy Photo Day

    90th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs and their handlers visited the 90th Missile Wing Public Affairs photo studio on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, Jan. 25, 2023, to take their official photos. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Leah Ferrante)

  • USACE to hold town hall meetings in missile field

    The U.S. Air Force, in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is holding two townhall meetings in Wyoming and Nebraska, Jan. 24 and 25, 2023. The intent of these meetings is to inform the local public and landowners about upcoming real estate acquisitions planned in their areas.

  • Father – Daughter duo makes history

    On Jan. 6, 2023, Lt. Col. Raymundo Vann Jr., and his daughter Capt. Gabriella Graham, stepped into the launch control capsule at Echo-01 missile alert facility and assumed the alert together.

  • 90 CONS brings holiday spirit to families in need

    Some financially strapped local families may have to make a decision to stick to their budget to buy food and not buy gifts or put themselves in more financial chaos in an attempt to have presents under the tree for their families to have a happy holiday season.Two local families did not have to

  • Sentinel agreement signed in historic ceremony

    More than 150 personnel who took part in drafting the LGM-35 Sentinel Programmatic Agreement participated in a historic signing event Dec 16, 2022, which simultaneously took place in 11 different locations.

  • Healing large beastly vehicles

    On a harsh winter day, a chance meeting between a 58,000 pounds snow plow truck used to clear hazards on the road accidentally took on a 12,000 pounds armored humvee, rear-ending the humvee on the highway and causing a major scar on the vehicle from the rear fender to the doors.The damage to this

  • Bussiere assumes command of Air Force Global Strike Command

    Gen. Thomas Bussiere assumed command of Air Force Global Strike Command during a ceremony Dec. 7, becoming the newest leader of the organization responsible for the nation's only intercontinental ballistic missile and strategic bomber forces.