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  • 37th Helicopter Squadron welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. James Cline took command of the 37th Helicopter Squadron during a change-of-command ceremony at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, July 21. Lt. Col. Todd Ivener, outgoing commander, will continue his Air Force career at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.  A change-of-command ceremony is a tradition that represents a formal transfer of
  • Mighty Ninety chef named one of Air Force’s best

    Airman 1st Class Alexandra Ayub, 90th Force Support Squadron missile chef and 90th Missile Wing ceremonial guardsman, won the Arthur J. Myers Food Service Excellence Award for the western hemisphere earlier this year. The Air Force-level award is given to two junior enlisted Airmen who have made a significant and positive contribution to the food
  • 20th AF Commander broadens Airmen’s horizon

    Recently, missileers from across the 20th Air Force accompanied the 20th Air Force commander on the Airborne Command Post to witness the national impact of the ICBM mission.  Also known as the Looking Glass, the Airborne Command Post is always prepared to assume responsibility for operations should ground-based command centers become inoperable.
  • 791st train like you fight

    Defenders from the 791st Missile Security Forces Squadron participated in annual tactical training at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., May 23, 2016. Training stations allowed SF members to practice small unit combat tactics, employ inert smoke grenades and perform casualty care and evacuation. These exercises were just a small portion of the tactical
  • Enlisted medic to blast off to nuclear missile operations

    When the job gets done, most folks can breathe a sigh of relief and head home to unwind after a hard day's work. For others, it means mustering up energy to start their second job: schoolwork.For one Mighty Ninety medic, the extra effort has paid off.Staff Sgt. Alex Larson, 90th Medical Operations Squadron flight and operations medicine technician,
  • 90 LRS NCO recognized for outstanding performance: 20 AF top LRS tech credits wingmen

    A member of the 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron Vehicle Management Flight received the has received the 20th Air Force ICBM Logistics Readiness Technician of the Year award from Air Force Global Strike Command. This is the fourth award the 90th LRS has received from 2015.Tech. Sgt. Mortimer Jacobs, 90th LRS Multi-Purpose Vehicle Maintenance Shop
  • Holocaust survivor, soldier tell stories

    Andy Holten survived the Holocaust as a child because of his parents' determination and the courage of strangers. The rest of his family wasn't so fortunate.Holten was among the speakers at the Holocaust Remembrance event May 5, Holocaust Memorial Day, in the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center Leaf Presentation Center.Holten said he
  • Base museum hosts Buffalo Soldier presentation

    A visiting historian regaled members of the base community with tales of the Buffalo Soldiers June 1 in the Warren ICBM & Heritage Museum.John Langellier, Ph.D., consulting historian, delivered a presentation in which he described the history and exploits of the Buffalo Soldiers, U.S. soldiers in all-black units in the post-Civil War era prior to
  • AFGSC practices Constant Vigilance

    Air Force Global Strike Command participated in Constant Vigilance April 8-17, an annual exercise that tests its ability to conduct both conventional and nuclear operations."The primary focus of the exercise is the generation of our bomber and ICBM forces, but it has evolved to increase the participation of the entire AFGSC team," said Maj. Ryan
  • 341st Missile Wing welcomes new commander

    The 341st Missile Wing welcomed its newest commander during a change of command ceremony April 19 at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana.Maj. Gen. Anthony J. Cotton, 20th Air Force and Task Force 214 commander, presided over the ceremony and the change of command, where Col. John T. Wilcox II relinquished command to Col. Ronald G. Allen, Jr."The
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