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Robert Fuemmeler, 509th Mission Support Squadron, received the Whiteman Spirit Award from Brig. Gen. Greg Biscone, 509th Bomb Wing commander, June 22. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Steven Linch) Whiteman Spirit Award
Capt. Summer Morgenstern, 509th Bomb Wing, and Robert Fuemmeler, 509th Mission Support Squadron, received the Whiteman Spirit Award from Brig. Gen. Greg Biscone, 509th Bomb Wing commander, June 4 and June 22, respectively. Sharon Blindauer, 509th MSS, nominated Captain Morgenstern and Mr. Fuemmeler for the award. "Renewing the collective bargaining
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2007
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. - Members of the 509th Security Forces Squadron, Brig. Gen. Greg Biscone, 509th Bomb Wing commander and Chief Master Sgt. Brian Hornback, 509th Bomb Wing command chief, run in formation to the Spirit Gate to move the squadron's B-2 magnet on the Spirit Challenge Honor Roll board to the 12-month mark at 3:45 a.m. June 24. Despite having 70 percent of its work force under 24, the 509th SFS was officially DUI free for a year. “This isn’t about us, the leaders, it’s about the Airmen taking care of each other and doing what is right,…being good wingmen” said Lt. Col. Craig Allton, 509th SFS commander. “They really make me proud.”  (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Stephen Linch) Running toward success

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Default Air Force Logo American military commissaries
American military commissaries, the "supermarkets to the military" at bases in the United States and across the globe, will reach their 140th anniversary on July 1. On that day in 1867, the Army was authorized by Congress to begin selling food items, called "commissary" items, "at cost," to soldiers of all ranks. This landmark event began the
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2007
Airmen and friends congregate at the Airman’s Bash June 16 as Once Sober opens with their first song, "The Break Down". The Airman’s Bash is an annual event that provides Airmen with food, drinks, prizes, a band and a good time in a safe environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Stephen Linch) Airmen have blast at bash

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2007
Default Air Force Logo 154 Team Whiteman members selected for promotion
The Air Force selected 6,002 of 24,115 eligible technical sergeants for promotion to master sergeant, and 7,314 of 39,797 eligible staff sergeants for promotion to technical sergeant. The master sergeant selection rate, 24.89 percent, rose 5.03 percent from last year, while this year's technical sergeant rate, 18.38 percent, rose 1.62 percent. The
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(Left to right) John Askew, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 7, Doyle Childers, Director of Missouri Department of Natural Resources, and Robert Barrett, Air Combat Command Chief of the Asset Management Division of the Directorate of Installations and Mission Support, sign a Long-Term Stewardship Agreement for the Missouri Minuteman II Missile Sites, in Kansas City June 19. The agreement signifies the Air Force has satisfactorily completed required environmental steward actions in conjunction with the dismantling of the 165 missile silo and launch control facility sites active in the state throughout much of the Cold War. The Air Force will continue to monitor and inspect the sites to ensure compliance with restrictions placed upon landowners concerning use of the land. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Matt Summers) Agreement marks environmental milestone for Whiteman
With a stroke of the pen another chapter in Whiteman's Cold War history was brought to a close Tuesday in Kansas City. Air Force, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Missouri Department of Natural Resources officials signed a Long-Term Stewardship Agreement for the Missouri Minuteman II Missile Sites, signifying the Air Force has
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Linda Reiling, 509th Maintenance Group, receives the Whiteman Spirit Award from Col. Eric Single, 509th Bomb Wing vice commander, June 18. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Rob Hazelett) Whiteman Spirit Award
Linda Reiling 509th Maintenance Group, received the Whiteman Spirit Award from Col. Eric Single, 509th Bomb Wing vice commander, June 18. Col. Bob Dulong, 509th Maintenance Group commander, nominated Ms. Reiling for the award. "Linda performs an outstanding rendition of the national anthem, and gives freely of her time to support honoring our
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(Front row, left to right) Senior Master Sgt. Bryan Sanders, Airmen 1st Class Taija Velasquez and Jason Baldridge. (Back row, left to right) Master Sgt. Ed Paxton, Chief Master Sgt. Robert Rush, Master Sgt. Ray Mancini, Tech. Sgt. Jason Hera, all from the 509th Security Forces Squadron, and Ingrid Durbin, Whiteman U.S. Protect, teamed up to carry the Special Olympics Missouri torch May 30. The 509th SFS team ran more than 73 miles and helped police units around the state raise more than $1 million for 22,000 Special Olympics Missouri participants. (Courtesy photo) 509th SFS carries torch for Special Olympics

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Default Air Force Logo 509th SFS carries torch for Special Olympics

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Default Air Force Logo 2006 study shows base water is safe
(Editor's note: This is an annual report on the quality of water delivered by Whiteman Air Force Base. This report is intended to provide Team Whiteman with important information about your drinking water and the efforts made to provide safe drinking water. Users will not be mailed individual copies of this report. Under the Consumer Confidence
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