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Defenders graduate Weapons and Tactics

Defenders from across the country graduated the Security Forces Weapons and Tactics Instructors Course September 3 at Camp Guernsey.

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Department of the Air Force awards contract for new ICBM system that enhances, strengthens US triad

The Department of the Air Force awarded an Engineering and Manufacturing Development contract for the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) program to Northrop Grumman on Sept. 8.

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The Open Door

“I have an open door policy” is something that we have all heard many times from leaders at every level across the Air Force. While this is a common phrase, how often is it truly meant?

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Game and Fish urges anglers to cease catch and release in the heat

Summer days are a beacon calling anglers to the water to cast out a fly and see what bites. But, those fishing in the hottest months should be aware of the effects warmer water has on fish, especially Wyoming’s trout.

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First Minuteman III placed on alert at Minot

On Aug. 19, 1970, the very first Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile, known as ICBM, was placed on alert status at the 741st Strategic Missile Squadron, Minot AFB, North Dakota. The missile was emplaced in Launch Facility Hotel-02, just two months prior to its launch.

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F.E. Warren named as location for Ground Based Strategic Deterrent

The Air Force plans to begin military construction activities as early as 2023 at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, as it moves forward in the process of replacing the aging Minuteman III ICBMs with the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent.

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‘They can come to us’

At its peak, Saturday was one of the hottest days of the last week, with temperatures climbing into the high 80s and maybe even the low 90s, depending on where you were and the reliability of the closest thermometer.

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New program expedites technical training

During these times of uncertainty and instability, training new Airmen is necessary to accomplish the Air Force mission. The 81st Training Wing is aiming to produce Airmen faster and more efficiently with the new Direct to Duty Technical Training program.

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Cheyenne’s namesake ship, USS Cheyenne, departs for deployment

Cheyenne's namesake ship, the USS Cheyenne (SSN 773) departs Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for a scheduled Indo-Pacific deployment.

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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.

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Senate confirms Loh as next Air National Guard director

The U.S. Senate confirmed U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Michael A. Loh to serve as the 13th director of the Air National Guard July 20.

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Colliding with Opportunity

213 small businesses from across the nation came together June 16, to help find solutions to challenges and problems identified by Airmen with the 90th Missile Wing.

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Wyoming Veterans Commission vacancy

The Wyoming Veterans Commission has a vacant commissioner position available that covers Big Horn, Hot Springs, Park and Washakie counties (Judicial District 5).

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Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey helps civilians voice their opinions

The Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey will be available for Air Force civilian employees starting July 15.

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Small businesses and research institutions “TeamUp” with AFWERX for flying car funding

The new expanded AFWERX team will host their first virtual TeamUp event with the Air Force Research Laboratory from July 15-16.

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Financial resources available for WYARNG soldiers during Covid-19

In these unprecedented times, soldiers are having to change their way of life in order to adapt tao rapidly changing situations.

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Financial resources available for WYARNG soldiers during Covid-19

In these unprecedented times, soldiers are having to change their way of life in order to adapt tao rapidly changing situations.

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Know the rules of social media

Chapter five of AFI 35-107 is the Personal Use Social Media Guidance

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  • Meet Jeremy Bay, Alcohol Drug Control Officer

    Through the Wyoming Service Member, Family, Employer, Readiness Support Team (S-FERST) programs, units and individual Soldiers can access programs to improve their lives. Jeremy Bay administers multiple programs as the alcohol drug control officer to assist service members in the state.

Annual Father Daughter Dance

Fathers and daughters danced the night away December 14 at the Cheyenne Elks Lodge during the annual Father Daughter Dance put on by the Wyoming National Guard Youth Program. The daughters and dads dined, danced, crafted their handprints, and took photos in the photo booth. The evening is a big hit each year providing dads and daughters an evening to get dressed up and make memories that will last a lifetime.


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