About Warren AFB, WY
Warren AFB, named in 1930 after Wyoming's first U.S. Senator, Francis Emroy Warren, is located outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming. The U.S. Army founded the base in 1867. The United States Air Force took it over on September 18, 1947.
Warren AFB is an active strategic missile base, employing about 3,361 military personnel and 964 civilians. It houses the 90th Missile Wing, a part of Twentieth Air Force. The 90th Missile Wing operates 150 Minutemen III Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) from the base.
There are also fun, and educational activities run by the Mighty Ninety (another name for the 90th Missile Wing) for military personnel, civilian employees, their families and the Cheyenne, Wyoming community. For example, a Joint Services Multicultural Event was held at Warren AFB on June 22, 2016, to celebrate diversity. Also, earlier this year on April 22, there was a bubble soccer tournament.