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  • 91st Missile Wing Change of Command

    Col Christopher Menuey assumed command of the 91st Missile Wing from Col Glenn Harris during a change of command ceremony on July 28, 2020 at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. The ceremony was performed at the 91st Missile Wing Headquarters remotely, with minimal in-person attendance, to adhere to existing social distancing guidelines. Those in attendance included families of both commanders and members of Team Minot.
  • 20 AF commander visits KAFB; mission continuity amid COVID-19

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, visited Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, July 21-22, 2020, to meet with Team Kirtland members to learn about the missions they perform everyday and their impacts on national security.
  • Cheyenne celebrates with Wings over Warren

    The cancellation of Cheyenne Frontier Days and even the cancellation of the demonstration of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds could not stop the Wings over Warren Air Show on F. E. Warren Air Force Base July 22, 2020.With the Thunderbirds sidelined by COVID-19 infections among their team, Wings over Warren pushed forward with demonstration teams
  • 91st Missile Wing Dominates with Colonel Lee. R. Williams Memorial Award

    The 91st Missile Wing was awarded the Colonel Lee R. Williams Memorial award thus capturing the title of Best Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Wing in the Air Force Global Strike Command for the year of 2019 at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota.
  • First meeting held for military-wide Defense Board on Diversity and Inclusion

    The board was established by Secretary of Defense Mark Esper as part of the Department of Defense’s efforts to improve diversity, inclusion and equal opportunity for U.S. service members.
  • Leading 20th Air Force – command team way forward

    The Sentinel Warriors of 20th Air Force are now led by Maj. Gen. Mike Lutton, commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Charles Orf, command chief. Lutton has been in the commander’s seat for almost a week, but he already has a clear mission, vision and priorities for the Sentinel Warriors.The 20th Air Force team must provide combat-ready forces, given the
  • Colliding with opportunity

    If you’ve taken an Air Force Physical Fitness Test, you know this feeling:You just ran a personal best in the 1.5 mile run. Your lungs are on fire and you are drenched in sweat. You’re trying to fill out the paper AF Form 4446 and you write in your time but your seven starts to look like a nine and the sweat smear makes an eight look like a zero.
  • Maj. Gen. Michael Lutton takes command of 20th Air Force

    Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton took command of 20th Air Force from Maj. Gen. Ferdinand “Fred” B. Stoss at a change of command ceremony at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, July 8, 2020.Lt. Gen. Anthony Cotton, deputy commander of Air Force Global Strike Command, presided over the ceremony, in front of a small crowd of wing commanders and command
  • Change of command for 20th Air Force set for July 8

    Maj. Gen. Ferdinand “Fred” B. Stoss will pass the 20th Air Force guidon to Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton during a change of command ceremony 10 a.m., July 8, F. E. Warren AFB, building 210.Lt. Gen. Anthony Cotton, deputy commander of Air Force Global Strike Command, is the presiding official for the ceremony. Tracing its lineage back to 1944,
  • New resident advocate

    An on base home resident has reached the end of their limits and worked through Balfour Beatty Communities and the military housing office to address their issue. The person wants the wing to hear their voice. Where do they go?F.E. Warren Air Force Base is one of many installations creating a new position called a resident advocate to proactively
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