Army and Air Force Exchange Service
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service operates a variety of facilities on base. The base exchange main store is located next to the commissary. Inside is Subway, GNC Nutrition Center, an optical shop, barber and beauty shop and a dry cleaner. Burger King is located near the commissary.
Applications for employment are available at www.aafes.com. The BX is open seven days a week. For more information call (307) 634-1593.
Shopette and Gas station
The shopette and gas station, Building 395, is Warren’s convenience store. It stocks a variety of food and beverage items. It also has the Class VI package store and a two-bay garage for lube/oil changes, tire sales and mounting. For more information call (307) 634-7298.
Defense Commissary Agency
The commissary is a modern supermarket serving the needs of active duty, retirees, reservists and their families. They offer a complete line of meat, produce, grocery, bakery, and deli items including rotisserie chicken. Items are sold at cost, with an added five percent surcharge to pay for remodeling and construction of new commissaries. Shoppers save on average over 30 percent on their grocery bill. Coupons are accepted as well as food stamps, WIC and credit/debit cards.
Shoppers must show appropriate ID cards when making purchases. The commissary has self-employed baggers to assist patrons with their purchase. Baggers are not commissary employees and work for tips only.
The commissary is open six days per week, Tuesday through Sunday. Visit www.commissary.com for more in-depth information about your F. E. Warren commissary including sales and special events. Call the commissary at 307-773-3509
Military Clothing Sales
Military clothing sales, located within the main exchange, can take care of all uniform requirements. The store also has a mail order catalog available for items not stocked at www.aafes.com. For more information call 773-3135.
The Auto Center’s highly skilled and customer driven staff provides many services such as turning rotors, drums, brake work, front end work, CV shafts, bearing repacking, engine tune ups, computerized four wheel alignment, wheel balancing and engine diagnostics. Our technicians are ASE certified.
A large variety of new equipment including five lifts and a large welding booth are available for use.
A great selection of specialized hand tools, battery chargers, drills, drill presses, spring compressors, hydraulic presses, pullers and more is offered. AllData Pro web based repair information is available for all vehicles 1983 to present.
The Car Care Because WE Care program is for first-term airmen and spouses of the deployed. They can receive a free preventative maintenance and safety check, lube, and oil and filter change on their primary vehicle. Spouses of deployed members call the Airman and Family Readiness Center, (307) 773-5899. FTA attend a financial briefing prior to receiving a voucher; call (307) 773-5848 to schedule.
The base used car lot is located southeast of the Auto Center. Those interested in placing a vehicle in the lot must register at the Auto Center.
A car wash is located in Bldg. 727 and offers the self helper a two bay facility with a coin operated multi selection washing process. Coin operated vacuums as well as ones for cleaning supplies and change are available.
The car wash is located on Old Glory Rd. west of the Education Center - open 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
The Auto Center is located at 1810 Commissary Road, (307) 773-3869.
A car wash is located in Building 727 and is a self-help two-bay facility with a coin-operated, multi-selection washing process. Coin-operated vacuums, cleaning supplies and change machines are available as well. Questions about the car wash can be directed to the auto center.
Arts and Crafts Center
The Arts and Crafts Center is the place to pursue a hobby, learn a new skill or obtain a special gift or award. The center is located at 6905 Diamond Creek Way and consists of a wood shop, creative framing area, engraving services and a multiple arts studio.
The wood shop has a wide variety of power equipment and hand tools for your in-shop use. The staff has years of experience; not only do they manufacture many custom products but they will help you construct your own woodworking project. Other services offered are repairing damaged items, advice in safe tool operation and project design. The motto of the center is “if you can think of it they can build it”. One-on-one instruction or group lessons may be arranged for all experience levels. A large selection of commonly used woods is stocked for retail sale and they have sources for more exotic varieties. A safety orientation is required before using the shop and may be arranged by appointment, call (307) 773-3166.
The professionally stocked creative frame shop has a large variety of framing materials on hand and access to many suppliers for special orders. Basic, decorative and preservation framing is available as a do-it-yourself project or you may have the experienced staff accomplish it. The new computerized mat cutter greatly expands the decorative matting capabilities the staff is able to accomplish.
Framing classes are offered and you may sign up by visiting the frame shop or calling (307) 773-2199.
The multiple-arts studio offers a variety of classes for adults and children that emphasize the enjoyment of art. Clay workshops, ceramics, painting, stained glass, textiles, even sessions for private groups and birthday parties make up the activities the center offers.
Interested in teaching a class or sharing your special talent? The staff would like to hear from you. Call (307) 773-3754.
Custom awards and personalized gifts are the engraving shop’s forte.
Engraving on acrylic, wood, glass, metal and more is available. They can enhance your special gift with a personal message or professional dedication. Working closely with the wood shop, the engraving shop can develop a very special award that is custom built to meet your needs.
Outdoor Recreation provides rental equipment, discounted ski tickets and base fishing permits, paintball, an Outdoor Adventure Program (OAP), two base pavilions - one at Fam Camp and on Lake Pearson (can be used year round), an outdoor gazebo, recreational vehicle storage areas, as well as a 125 site FAMCAMP facility.
Equipment rentals include hundreds of items for your use from fishing boats, canoes, campers, super cookers, tents, fishing rods, mountain bikes, metal detectors to high performance snow skis, snowboards, snowblades and two new jump houses.
Outdoor Recreation carries discounted ski lift tickets for almost every ski area within a 300 mile range saving the military skier 10 - 50% off resort prices. Season passes are available at excellent rates for military ID card holders and their dependents.
F.E. Warren is a launch point to outrageous outdoor adventure country. Outdoor Adventure Programs encompass an array of thrilling activities throughout the year. OAP will take you on breathtaking hikes and camping excursions, pulse-pounding white-water rafting or a scenic canoe floats, you’ll enjoy lazy fishing trips, mountain bike adventures or take a day-trip with your family to Water World and Elitch Gardens Amusement Park in Denver, Colorado. Winter trips will find you on the finest ski resorts in the country whether you are a beginner or expert, skier or rider nothing beats wearing yourself out on the slopes and leaving the driving to the professional OAP staff.
If you are interested in visiting a particular location call to schedule. In most cases, we can provide you with a discounted group or military rate and a certified driver.
Outdoor Recreation hosts Warren Paintball. The paintball season in Wyoming typically runs from late April to as late as October, weather permitting. The Warren Paintball Field can be reserved as well as paintball markers and equipment up to 30 days in advance.
Fishing on base requires a base permit which is available at Outdoor Recreation with three lakes available for fishing. Centennial Lake, is stocked with large mouth bass, blue gill and crappies and is catch and release, and North and South Pearson Lakes, located just past the Golf Course on Rogers Road, is catch and keep .
FAMCAMP is located on base along Crow Creek. Reservations can be made 30 days in advance by calling (307) 773-3874. A hospitality center houses the camp office, handicap accessible restrooms, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi. Call (307) 773-2988.
Come check out the “xtraordinary” things that are happening at the “The Fall Out Spot” Fall Hall Community Center. Come see the “xtra special spots” in the newly renovated facility.
“Xpress It Spot” enjoy an upscale internet café offering individual work areas with hard wired computers and laptops, all with printing capabilities. Computers are networked to an off base server to enable accessing personal email, MySpace and Facebook accounts and have web-cams for face to face communications. Laptops have CAC card access to enable accessing military accounts. If that’s not enough, WiFi is available throughout the facility.
“Xtreme Spot” the best spot on base for “xperiencing” state of the art, high-tech video and computer gaming, traditional recreational games and laser tag. Enjoy 55°Â LED TVs that play an impressive selection of video games for the Nintendo Wii, PS3 and X-Box 360, cable and DVDs. More “xciting” stuff includes: computer gaming computers, ping pong, foosball, billiards, air hockey, interactive and board games, party rooms and we can’t forget Laser Tag!
“Xertion Spot” for an “xhilarating” encounter, check out the indoor rock climbing wall, batting cage, archery range, dance studio and multi-purpose room. Brush up your batting skills, “xercise” via unique physical workout opportunities on the rock wall or in one of our instructional classes.
“Xcursion Spot” for adventures outside the gates of F. E. Warren, be sure to check out the great offerings to be found through the Community Center’s ITT office. You can find everything from tickets to Denver Zoo, Budweiser Event Center concerts and special family shows, Rockies/Avalanche/Nuggets sports events, to special discounts at such attractions as Disneyland, Disney World, Busch Gardens and more.
“Xtra Special Interests” other fun and “xciting” things you can “xert” yourself with include: Family Fun Nites, Airman Late Niters, Easter Egg Hunt, Fun Run/Walks, Tops In Blue, visits with Santa Paws, Air Force Family and Teen Talent Contest, Base Level Chess Tournaments, Frontiercade, Toddler/Preschool Parent and Child Morning Outs, Build-A-Boat, Trick or Treat Off the Street, Tree Lighting, Santa Grams and much, much more.
Many “xtra special” gift ideas can be found in the “Sweet Surprises Gifts and Balloons”. With the service you find here, you will never have an excuse to say you forgot that special someone’s birthday, retirement, or special occasion gift.
“Xplore” the facility reservation package options. From meetings, retirements, commander’s calls to birthday parties, rooms are available to support your special occasion needs.
X marks the “Fall Out Spot.” Whatever your passion, from individual to family fun, come check out and “xplore” the “xciting stuff” that Fall Hall Community Center has to offer! Call (307) 773-3510.
Tradition, esprit de corps, dedication, sacrifice, integrity and pride are the traits of an Airman. The members of the 90th Missile Wing Honor Guard provide support for parades, retreats, changes of command, distinguished visitors, weddings, ceremonies and posting and retiring of the Colors. Providing military funeral honors is the primary mission of the honor guard. The final presentation of the flag that draped the casket is a solemn act of recognition and remembrance by a grateful nation for dedicated service and sacrifice.
The Warren Honor Guard is a voluntary team. Service on the honor guard is reserved for individuals with the desire to go above and beyond the call of duty, to represent the Air Force and a grateful nation. To become a member call the honor guard office at 773-2686. Practices are held from 2 to 4:30 p.m. every Wednesday and Friday in the honor guard practice facility located in Pronghorn (bldg 834).
Chadwell Dining Facility
Chadwell Dining Facility, located at 6107 10th Cavalry, provides eligible patrons with outstanding food service. Nearly 300 customers eat at Chadwell Dining Facility daily. Breakfast, lunch, short order and dinner meals are provided Monday through Sunday.
The facility also offers a carry out service seven days a week. A variety of submarine sandwiches are offered during lunch and dinner on a made-to-order request Monday - Friday.
Popular meals include the quarterly Airman Appreciation Meal and the Wednesday ethnic meal featuring food from around the world. Ethnic specials are held weekly featuring Southern, Asian, Italian, Mexican, Cajun and German.
Every Sunday is Family Day at Chadwell Dining Facility. All active duty members may bring their family members to dine at Chadwell from 11 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Family members must be accompanied by their sponsor and have their military ID cards. The only exception to being accompanied by the active duty member is for family members of the deployed.
Family members of E1 - E4 active duty are welcome to accompany their sponsor to all Chadwell Dining Facility meal times.
Chadwell has two dining rooms; the Eagles Nest, which is the formal dining room, and the informal dining room, the Cheyenne Deli.
The professionally trained staff at Chadwell continually strive to prepare your meals with care and pride, making your dining experience a pleasure and one worth looking forward to. Call (307) 773-3838.
A warm, friendly and inviting environment awaits at Warren’s chapels. The chapel team helps meet religious needs and is available for counseling and religious rites.
Activities take place at either High Plains Chapel or Frontier Chapel.
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday Catholic Confessions
8:30 a.m., High Plains Chapel
Sunday Catholic Mass
9:15 a.m., High Plains Chapel
Liturgical/Traditional Protestant Service
8:15 a.m., Frontier Chapel
Contemporary Protestant Service
11:00 a.m., High Plains Chapel
Call the chapel at 773-3434 for more information or to inquire about additional chapel programs or information about other faith groups. Chaplain’s can be reached 24/7 by calling the command post at 773-3921 and ask for the duty chaplain.
Interested in a quest for knowledge? The base library's collection includes approximately 15,000 volumes which offer a comprehensive selection of best sellers, fiction, nonfiction and 50 different periodicals.
There are also movies, books on CD/tape, and music CDs available for checkout. A new addition to the collection are Playaways, which are books on mp3 players. The magazine selection includes over 50 titles including magazines for children. Several newspaper subscriptions include Cheyenne, Denver, USA Today and Air Force Times.
The McNaughton book leasing program provides customers with best sellers and other current books. The library also has access to several document delivery services and Interlibrary loan. Books and print materials can be gathered from any part of the country.
There are over 50 online databases available including Auto Repair Reference Center, Country Watch, EBSCO, Home Improvement Reference Center, Netlibrary, Newsbank, Peterson's, Rosetta Stone, and SIRS.
These databases include thousands of articles from newspapers, magazines, professional journals, and technical reports. They offer a treasure trove of up-to-date information on almost any current topic. They offer hard-to-find information, the latest issues, facts, statistic and points of view from every region of the country.
Netlibrary, Overdrive and Tumblebooks contain hundreds of e-books and audio books that can be downloaded. Tumblebooks feature interactive children's books for babies thru pre-teen ages. Rosetta Stone allows users to study up to 16 different foreign languages from their home computer for free.
Peterson's Resource Center is an electronic testing base for those studying for SATs, CLEPs, the ASVAB and many more tests.
The library has twelve free Internet computers for patron use and a scanner, fax, and copy/print services for a nominal fee.
Parents and young children come together for the free toddler/preschool story and craft time every Friday morning. A summer reading incentive program is also a hit for children and adults alike!
Military life comes with unique challenges. At Military OneSource their goal is to provide expert information - articles, booklets, CDs, DVDs and links to other resources - on how to deal with the challenges and issues you face every day.
The Air Force Library Digital Media Program allows Air Force military, civilian employees, retirees and family members download audiobooks and more! Visit af.lib.overdrive.com.
Get free help! This online tutoring services offers help for K-12 students, college studens and adult learners. Tutoring is available for all subjects and levels. Visit www.tutor.com/airforce.
The library is located at 7205 Randall Ave. Call (307) 773-3416.
Need a nurturing environment for your children while you’re at work? F.E. Warren’s Child Development Programs offer quality, affordable, and conveniently located care. The CDC is a nationally accredited program by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Their goal is to provide closely supervised play and developmentally appropriate activities for young children. Programs are available for the convenience of parents who need to be away from their children for short or long periods of time during the day. Care is available weekdays on both a full time and hourly basis.
There is one CDC and many Family Child Care homes at F.E. Warren.
Located at 5000 Ft. Russell Way, the CDC provides care for children 6 weeks through 5 years Monday - Friday, 6:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Professional CDC staff members are available to provide a safe and pleasant environment, as well as create a cognitive and physical developmental program which combines social and educational activities for your child. Daily learning experiences include large and small motor development, manipulative skills, creative arts to include painting, music and movement, simple science and math, outdoor play, hygiene and self-help.
Special activities and field trips are planned for special learning experiences.
The CDC also offers monthly respite care program, “Give Parents a Break” for referred families. Call (307) 773-3221.
Family Child Care at 7105 Randall Ave. offers an excellent alternative of child care for parents who would like their children cared for in a home setting. Care is provided in military housing as well as off base. Caregivers, who are licensed by the 90 MSG commander must meet strict Air Force requirements. They must complete a five day orientation training class prior to licensing. Training includes CPR and First Aid certification, complete 15 Air Force standardized training modules, 24 hours of annual training and pass a comprehensive background check which includes family members. FCC providers complete a monthly 17 page self assessment that ensures the safety, health and well-being of your child or children as well as receive monthly unannounced visits from the FCC Manager. Providers offer daily activities that promote social, self, creative, physical and cognitive development. Your child or children will receive individualized attention in a small group setting that is warm, caring, nurturing and educational. Referral lists for in-home providers may be obtained from a variety of agencies on base such as FCC and the CDC.
FCC also offers Extended Duty Care, Missile Duty Care, Return Home Care, Air Force Aid PCS Care, Volunteer Care and serves as back-up for the Air Force Aid Program “Give Parents a Break”.
Call the Family Child Care Office at (307) 773-3317.
The Education and Training Section, 1205 Ziemann Blvd, provides the highest quality educational opportunities to officers, enlisted, family members, retirees, DoD civilians and the local community. Services include testing, counseling, financial aid information and degree programs at every level.
Testing for college credit may be accomplished through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Educational Support (DANTES) and Excelsior College Exams. The ACT and SAT are also available free for active duty members. Education Counselors and Advisors are available to assist in planning each student’s educational goals. Individualized advisement is also available for those pursuing an associate degree from the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF).
Locally available associate degree programs are offered through Laramie County Community College. Classes are conducted on base, at the main campus, and online. Bachelor’s degree programs are offered on base through Park University. In addition Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
Information on a variety of distance learning programs from accredited colleges and universities is also available at the Education Center.
Customer service hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. For more information call 773-2117.
For those seeking physical conditioning opportunities, there are two fitness centers on base. The main fitness center - Freedom Hall includes the 90th MDG’s Health and Wellness Center. Together with the HAWC, the center provides a variety of programs for physical fitness, social interaction, personal training, and self-improvement. The base also has Independence Hall.
Located at 6000 N. Shriever Rd, near the Child Development Center, Freedom Hall Fitness Center is well equipped and staffed for individualized and group sporting activities including basketball, volleyball, and racquetball courts. A weight room offers the opportunity for individual conditioning with free weights, Star Trac steppers and cycles, Star Trac treadmills, recumbent bikes, Strive weight training equipment, Stairmasters, and
For parents, Freedom Hall has an exclusive exercise room for you and your child. A dry sauna is located in each locker room of Freedom Hall. Around the base, there are three tennis courts, three softball fields, three multi-purpose fields, a 1.3 mile track, as well as longer route maps for walking, jogging, and biking. Intramural sports include flag football, softball, basketball, bowling, golf and volleyball. See your squadron sports representative for any questions regarding intramural sports.
Self directed incentive programs are offered to add fun and motivation to your workouts. These programs include Bike Across Africa, Walk Across America, Hike through the Peruvian Andes Mountains (cross training), the King Kong Club (Stairstepper), King Kong II Mount Everest, bench pressing and the Running Club.
Independence Hall is located at 6711 10th Cavalry. It is a fully equipped field house appealing to group or individual fitness workouts. It hosts a 20 station Medex circuit, free weights, LifeFitness, Woodway treadmills, recumbent bikes, Stairmasters, LifeFitness cross-trainers, Life rowers, a 1/10 mile running track, and an aerobics room.
Free aerobics, yoga and pilate classes are offered at Independence Hall and free spinning classes are conducted at Freedom Hall at various times throughout the week. Visit one of our facilities for a current schedule.
Call Freedom Hall Fitness Center, (307) 773-6172, Independence Hall, (307) 773-3680
Dive into the refreshing waters of a swimming pool. Statistics show swimming to be one of the most popular of all sports. Not only is it one of the best conditioning sports, it can be enjoyed by people of all ages.
You’ll love this pool! The pool system has been converted to a saline verses a chlorine based sanitation method. This new sanitation technique is gentle to the swimmers’ eyes, skin and hair ó no more harsh chemicals causing red eyes, or damaged bathing suits! It’s smooth, clear, clean and uses far less salt then is in the ocean. Enjoy swimming year round at F.E. Warren with the indoor pool, 7007 Randall Ave.
Swimming lessons are offered throughout the year for various skill levels.
Open recreation swim is also offered. Children 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Ages 11 - 13 may swim by themselves if a swim test is passed.
The Warren Waves Youth Swim Team meets to improve stroke mechanics, learn basic water rescue skills and for intramural competition. Parents play an active roll in the Warren Waves program.
The Spa at the Aquatic Center offers many services. Hot stone massage, couples massage, three types of body wraps, salt scrub and ear candling in addition to hour and half hour massages. Gift certificates and packages are available for purchase.
Birthday parties are a splash at the Aquatic Center. Parents enjoy the ease of hosting a fun filled pool party that is sure to please the party guests. Parent and child swim time is also offered.
Physical Training time can be scheduled for units who want to use the Aquatic Center as an alternative to traditional PT sessions. They can schedule water basketball, water aerobics, water polo, water volleyball or lap swim.
Aerobics classes that improve cardio respiratory endurance for the beginning exerciser to the advanced athlete are offered. Work out in an environment that reduces the jarring often associated with other forms of sport and aerobic exercise.
Lap swimming is offered during the lunch hour, evenings and weekends. There are five lanes in the pool totally dedicated to the fitness swimmers. Lap swimming is free for the active duty member during these times.
Call (307) 773-3195 for more information.
Youth Programs, located at the Youth Center, 1755 Piute Drive includes an accredited Before and After School and Summer Day Camp for ages 5-12, an Open Recreation Program for ages 9-12 and 13-18 on weekdays, and a diverse Sports Program.
The Before and After School and Summer Day Camp Programs offer a variety of social and instructional activities in a state of the art center. As a National Afterschool Association accredited program, we place the highest priority on each child’s health, safety, social development and academic support in our School Age program. Children have the opportunity to work with computers, do homework, and participate in organized activities. Youth are offered a chance to explore new places and ideas, develop new skills, build friendships and have fun!
The Youth Programs provide 4-H projects and activities through a University of Wyoming Military 4-H grant. Scrapbooking, cooking, rocketry, skateboarding, and journaling are just a few of the 4-H projects available.
Fit Factor and Fit Family health and fitness activities are available for youth ages 5-18 and families. WTA Quick Start tennis is offered and instructional classes in Kempo Karate are available.
The Open Recreation programs are designed with the preteen and teenager in mind. Activities such as field trips, parties, dances, games, contests, pool table, ping pong, videogames, open gym, and other activities make this a hit with our youth.
The Boys and Girls Club of America affiliation offers opportunities for exploring new interests; building leadership skills; support for academic success; recognition through Youth of the Year program; fine arts projects; life skills, and service to the community through Torch Club and Keystone Club. Teens are also able to earn money for college through the Youth Employment Skills (YES) program.
The Teen Center, located at 6205 Randall Ave., serves ages 13-18 and/or those currently enrolled in 7th grade. Activities and special events include movie critics club, karaoke, community service projects, lock-ins, contests, fine arts programs and a pleasant environment for hanging out with friends. Field trips and special camps such as dance, music, and movie making expand the horizons of our teens.
The Youth Sports Program offers a wide array of organized sports activities to develop physical, emotional and social skills in our youth. The Youth Sports Program includes indoor soccer, basketball, cheerleading, baseball, teeball, tennis, golf and flag football. Youth ages 5-18 can experience the enjoyment and development that participation in the sports program offers. The First Steps basketball and soccer programs provide an opportunity for parents to participate with their children 5-6 years old. All coaches are trained and certified by the National Youth Sports Coaches Association. Our unique P.E. class for Homeschooled youth meets the district Physical Education requirement.
As a benefactor of the Combined Federal Campaign and United Way of Cheyenne, Youth Programs strive to offer the best in leisure time activities for family members. Parent participation is always welcome and encouraged. Call (307) 773-2564.
Warren Lanes Bowling Center
A versatile sport to be enjoyed by all ages, bowling offers exercise and recreation activity for all members of the family. Bowling offers many opportunities for competitive play as well.
Into whichever category you fall, the Warren Lanes Bowling Center, 6004 10th Cavalry, is one of the finest modern bowling facilities in the Air Force. It is equipped with 12 AMF Automatic Pinspotters as well as full color Qubica Automatic Scoring with computerized service for league bowling.
Open bowling, adult and youth leagues, intramural play and mixed leagues, varsity teams, tournaments and “Xtreme” glow bowling offer a variety of programs from which to choose.
Warren Lanes also has United States Bowling Congress (youth) and Pee Wee youth leagues. Annual scholarships are awarded to high bowlers in all divisions (excludes Pee Wee leagues).
The pro shop carries sundry bowling items and can special order most state of-the-art bowling equipment including balls, bags and shoes to enhance your bowling experience.
Birthday parties and large groups are welcome!
The Missile Grill features charbroiled burgers, steak sandwiches, chicken breast filets, pizza and many other great selections as a wide selection of alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages. Additional promotions and special events are extended to customers throughout the year. Bowling discounts and Missile Grill specials are featured monthly. Call (307) 773-2210.
Warren Golf Course
For those who enjoy a round of golf, F.E. Warren has a superb facility. Located on the northeastern end of the base are 18 beautifully laid out holes of golf. The course is open to everyone; military, guard, reserve, retired military and civilians as well as their family members. Golfers have the choice of paying the daily green fees or purchasing an annual pass. The annual season runs April 1 - March 31. Tee times are required for all daily play. Green fees vary by time of day and military rank. Soft spikes are required.
The clubhouse, located at 6110 Golfcourse Dr., has a pro shop, an ATM, full swing golf simulator, a snack bar, the Grill, locker rooms and a beautiful patio overlooking the 9th and 18th greens. The pro shop offers a complete line of clubs, bags, balls, shirts, shoes, and jackets. Club fitting and special orders are also available. Rentals include golf carts, pull carts and clubs. The Cavalry Cafe provides quality food and refreshments and welcomes groups and organizations to enjoy lunch for meetings, farewells or other get-togethers.
Lessons and practice is what it takes to take your game to the next level and the Warren Golf Course has excellent programs and facilities for both. Lessons get underway in May and include private and group instruction such as, Golf 101, Link Up 2 Golf and Golf 4 Kids. Practice facilities at the Warren course are the best around! Take a bucket of balls to the driving range or the 155 yard practice hole. Tune up your chipping and putting skills on their practice greens.
Golfing with friends is always a good time and the Warren Golf Course offers numerous ways to socialize on the course with regular tournaments and special events, ladies and couple’s leagues, and a squadron intramural golf program.
Call 773-3556 for tee times or more information.
Airman and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC)
The Airman and Family Readiness (A&FRC) is located at 7601 Randall Avenue. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We offer many programs to support single and married active duty military, Guard, Reserve, DoD civilian employees, retirees and all family members.
The A&FRC has two resource rooms available for use. Clients may use computers to access internet, accomplish on-line banking, type resumes, perform job searches, etc. The resource rooms also contain a vast collection of literature to assist clients with all aspects of the military lifestyle.
Our School Liaison program assists base leadership and command with key parent & school concerns, disseminates school information to military families, and informs school personnel on issues relevant to the military member’s school attendance including transition and deployment. The center’s Readiness NCO assists deployed members and their families and includes Hearts Apart morale calls, Hearts Apart social groups, Give Parents a Break childcare, Car Care Because We Care, video phone, free calling cards, and supervisor training covering deployed troops.
Our Career Focus program area assists members and their families with resumes, job searches, skills improvement classes, and annual career fairs. The Transition Assistance program provides pre-separation counseling and hosts a three day Department of Labor transition assistance workshop for members separating or retiring.
Our Personal Financial program helps members and their families with financial issues to include debt management and investment opportunities. The Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) provides financial assistance for unexpected travel emergencies, dental and medical expenses, and also supports programs such as Bundles for Babies and respite care. AFAS utilizes Operation Warmheart to assist in emergencies not covered by AFAS policies.
The Information and Referral program coordinates and provides local and nationwide information to assist families in finding needed resources for resolving problems or issues. Our Relocation Assistance area helps members who are arriving or departing the installation and includes programs such as 90th Wing Right Start, Spouse Orientation, Sponsorship training, Kids Move Too and Smooth Move, and Child Care for PCS.
The Family Life Education program coordinates the Key Spouse Program and assists families with work and life issues and also interfaces with on- and off-base community resource agencies in support of the military family.
The Airman’s Attic is for E-4s and below and their family members. This is similar to a free thrift shop and donations are accepted. Hours of operation are the second and fourth Saturdays of the months from 8 a.m. - noon and the facility is located at 6900 Diamond Creek Way. We also host a satellite Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) office for the military family’s convenience. Please telephone 773-2241 for more information.
Air Force Aid Society
The Air Force Aid Society office, located in the AFRC, can arrange for loans or grants if events require emergency leave or other contingencies that require immediate financial aid.
Information about dependent or spouse college grant and benefit programs through AFAS are also available. Call (307) 773-2216 for more information.
The Airman’s Attic, located in Building 347, offers free items to E-4s and below and their families. Clothing, furniture, books and toys are a few of the many items available. The Airman’s Attic is open every second and fourth Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. For more information call (307) 773-3739.
Located just inside the main gate at 4907 Randall Ave., Trail’s End is a collocated officer and enlisted club offering quality service, food, lounge areas, diverse entertainment, WiFi, and a professional catering staff for the base community.
The Cheyenne Room is a casual restaurant area in which lunch is offered weekdays. Customers can enjoy a variety of entrees, homemade soups, fresh salad bar, home style rolls and breads, desserts and made-to-order sandwiches.
Members and guest are invited to enjoy the Wrangler and Rogers lounges during their off-duty hours. The lounges offer a variety of beverage selections, pool tables, darts, and video gaming. Juke box music and disc jockeys offer a variety of musical entertainment. Club members can relax and socialize during weekly Friday night socials with complimentary hors d’oeuvres from 5-6 p.m.
Members also enjoy special events including specialty brunches, holiday theme parties, quarterly membership nights, comedy shows, Texas Hold Em, Warren Idol, Football Frenzy, Air Force Hoops, late night dances and more.
A professional catering staff is available to take away club member’s party worries and provide an unforgettable special event. Whether large or small, on or off premises, casual or formal, club members receive professional catering for weddings, retirements, graduations or any special event at the best prices available.
Clubs support the institutional value and tradition of the Air Force and membership in them is encouraged but not required. Benefits of membership include Members First Value Pricing, a $25,000.00 Scholarship Program, Military Free Cash Rewards, Blue Star deployment finance charge rebate, no annual fee, a U Choose card selection program and Club Warren, an FE Warren AFB value program offering savings in other FSS activities.
New to Warren? Transfer your membership with a copy of your orders within 90 days of arrival and receive $25 in club gift certificates.
Membership applications available at www.funatwarren.com or pick one up at the club.
Call the Trail’s End at 773-3048 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The post office, Building 235, sells stamps, parcel post, money orders, express mail services and insured mail. A limited number of post office boxes are available for rent. The postal service center is a service for authorized military members residing in the dormitory. Postal service boxes are accessible 24 hours a day. General delivery service is available during normal duty hours for temporary duty members and those residing in a temporary lodging facility until permanent housing is available. For more information call (307) 773-3409.
There are multiple organization on Warren designed to provide volunteer opportunities and benefit the area’s most important asset-its people. They include the Air Force Sergeants Association, Airman’s Voice (Airmen Advisory Council), Chief’s Group, Company Grade Officer council, NCO Council, Warren Top 3, NCO Association, Air Force Association and Buffalo Soldiers. For information regarding any of these organizations, call (307) 773-3052.