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  • From the Frontline: Senior Airman Vincent Cunningham Jr.

    Deployments can take Airmen all across the world to a variety of countries. For Senior Airman Vincent Cunningham Jr., 13th Bomb Squadron aviation resource manager, his path led him to Eskan Village in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from October 2011 to April 2012. While stationed at Whiteman, Cunningham performed mostly administrative duties on the
  • Mighty Ninety member rows himself to London

    When Lt. Gen. James M. Kowalski, commander, Air Force Global Strike Command, issued the challenge a member of the Mighty Ninety made it his mission to rise to meet it.Staff Sgt. Jarrod White, 90th Maintenance Operations Squadron missile maintenance instructor, took the AFGSC American300 Rowing Challenge seriously, rowing a total of 1,579,800
  • Mighty Ninety welcomes new command chief

    Chief Master Sgt. Michael Garrou, the new 90th Missile Wing command chief, arrived at F. E. Warren in early April.He plans to apply the experience he has gained throughout his Air Force career to provide Mighty Ninety Airmen with the best enlisted leadership possible.Garrou is pleased with what he has seen of F. E. Warren so far, he said.When Gen.
  • Malmstrom's past unveils dynamic mission history

    Today, Malmstrom Air Force Base is widely known as a strategic nuclear missile base; providing 150 Minuteman III missiles to the United States strategic forces, allowing them to "touch" anywhere around the world in minutes. But many may not know Malmstrom began its frosty history in the supply realm, as a home to multiple airframes or that it
  • Women kick defense skills into high gear

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and along with it came a high-energy, fast-paced class to help kick start women's defense skills.Rape Aggression Defense, a class designed to teach women tips and tricks for avoiding or escaping sexual assault scenarios, was offered to women throughout the Malmstrom Air Force Base and Great Falls communities
  • Music in our schools

    The Winds of Freedom, a wind ensemble with the U.S. Air Force Heartland of America Band out of Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., marked "Music in our Schools Month" by touring Wyoming giving 10 concerts in five days in Laramie, Rawlins and Cheyenne. Included in those concerts were performances at the F. E. Warren Child Development Center and Freedom
  • 'Wing It' impacts Whiteman and local community

    While being stationed here, some Airmen have said that they have virtually nothing to do to keep them entertained. Because of the unique location of Knob Noster and the surrounding area, it is challenging for many 18-20 year olds to find activities that interest them according to Jeff Huffman, Department of Justice Grant program coordinator.In an
  • Warren's Minuteman III missiles reach milestone

    On Mar. 29, missile maintenance technicians from the 90th Maintenance Group installed a Propulsion System Rocket Engine at Launch Facility Golf-03. This task marked a milestone for the 90th Missile Wing as it was the 150th and final installation of an upgraded PSRE on F. E. Warren's Minuteman III ICBM fleet.The PSRE is part of what is known as the
  • Rowing for London

    The Air Force Global Strike Command American300 "Never Quit" Rowing Challenge began April 5 at the Whiteman Air Force Base Fitness Center. Col. Robert Spalding III, 509th Bomb Wing vice commander, kicked of the monthlong challenge by rowing the first 500 meters.On March 28, 2012, Robi Powers, American300 founder, introduced the challenge at
  • American300 offers rowing challenge to Warren

    The American300, an organization that sponsors activities to motivate and honor service members, visited Warren March 30 to inform Airmen about the American300 Rowing Challenge.The rowing challenge is an Air Force Global Strike Command-wide contest to see which Airman can row the greatest distance. It will last from April 5 to May 5, and during
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