Get the latest on the Coronavirus outbreak for the military community on Military OneSource.
SHOWING 1 - 1 OF 1 RESULTS
United States Air Force
Airman & Family Readiness Center
7601 Randall Avenue, Bldg. 207
F.E. Warren AFB, WY 82005-2502
Here, you’ll find contact information for key programs and services and contacts at this installation.
The installation booklet is a resource that allows you to create and print customized installation information. Check out the booklet to create a PDF with the key resources and information.
The Minuteman III missiles are deployed over a 12,600-square mile area in three states covering eastern Wyoming, western Nebraska and northern Colorado. They are dispersed in hardened silos to protect against attack. Regardless of the demands, the men and women of the 90th Missile Wing remain poised to accomplish their vital mission: "To defend America with the world's premier combat ready ICBM force."
Cheyenne ranks, in the United States, as one of the highest altitude cities (6,200 feet above sea level). The lack of humidity coupled with warm days and cool nights are positive aspects of living here. Those new to the area may experience high altitude sickness for a week to ten days. Due to the high altitude in Cheyenne, one can become easily sunburned. It is suggested that you use sunscreen when outdoors. Personnel with orders to F.E. Warren during July are encouraged to not report if at all possible, during the last two full weeks of July. This is the time of the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) rodeo celebration and space on the base will be at a premium. All lodging in Cheyenne and the surrounding area will be limited (if available at all) and what is available will be very expensive. Personnel with PCS orders have priority but that does not guarantee any lodging in TLF during this time. Personnel arriving by car during winter months should ensure their vehicle is winterized, emergency items are on hand and that drivers are familiar with safe winter driving.
Looking to learn more about F. E. Warren AFB? View the in-depth overview.
If you want to learn about the key information for your new location, you’ve come to the right place. Local community information allows you to discover things like community and school stats, nearby establishments, and home and market values. To access this tool, use your Military OneSource user ID and password.
Procedures differ across installations – find out what to expect and how to be prepared for a seamless check-in experience at your new installation.
Check out what emergency assistance programs and resources are available to you and your family.
Search for contact information for major units located at this installation.
A sponsor will help you and your family before, during and after your move to make sure you have the key information and support you need for an easy transition into your new community and unit.
Learn about what child care and youth programs and services are available at this location.
Installations have a variety of resources for elementary and higher education. Find out what may be available to you.
Support and assistance is available to you if you have a family member with medical or educational needs. Check out what information and resources are available to you at this installation.
Medical support and services may vary by location. Check out what services and resources are available to you at this installation.
Learn about your housing options before your move – government and non-government housing is available across installations. Contact your housing office to find out housing availability both on and off the installation.
Resources and services are available to help you understand your legal affairs.
Provides support for deployment, relocation and financial assistance as well as installation specific resources such as employment and availability of support on the installation. Utilize these resources to help you and your family balance life in the military.
A network of support and leisure services offer service members and their families options to engage with the community. Programs and activities vary by installation but may include health and wellness opportunities or discounted ticket options.
Relocation assistance programs and services are available to support you throughout your move.
Learn about your transportation options and key and essential information when moving to a new installation.