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Chief sets sail on retirement

Chief Master Sgt. Leslie Opsal retires on Friday, listen as she shares about her tiny house lifestyle in preparation for retirement, a few special memories from her twenty four year career and finally some words of wisdom for all of us. 

67th Army Band plays at Old Faithful

Warrior Bard, the Celtic and bluegrass ensemble of the 67th Army Band “Wyoming’s Own” made a stop at Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park to play for tourists from all over the world.

How does she do it?

“I love to run and I guess a marathon is one of those races where you can push your limits and challenge yourself and see what you can do.” Since qualifying, training has been an uphill battle for Swingholm. Two months after her qualifying race,… Read More »How does she do it?

Podcast interview with Wyoming STARBASE Director, Germaletta Brown

Listen to Wyoming STARBASE Director, Germaletta Brown share how this Department of Defense program positively impacts the youth of Cheyenne and the future of our country. STARBASE is a program for fifth-graders that focuses on hands-on learning in science, technology, engineering, and math. 

Wyoming first sergeant leverages first responder skills

Senior Master Sgt. Thomas Turner is a firefighter with Cheyenne Fire Rescue. During the week, he responds to fire calls and provides emergency medical assistance to the city’s residents. On drill weekend, he responds to the needs of the airmen and families of the 153rd Airlift Wing as a first sergeant.

Service before self: city cop, citizen airman

Tech Sgt. Jason Chapin, Wyoming Air National Guard airman, shares how he balances his love of being a city of Cheyenne police officer with his desire to serve in the Wyoming Air National Guard, all with the unwavering support of his wife and children.

Lee Alley puts focus on veterans during time with commission

Lee Alley, a decorated veteran from the Vietnam War, had read and watched news reports about the Wyoming Veteran Commission and kept wondering there could be more done to help the veterans in the state.
Rather than be a spectator, the Wheatland resident decided to be a participant.