The Wyoming Air National Guard upgraded its 30-year-old, C-130s on Tuesday.The 153rd Airlift Wing helped outfit C-130s with new engines, propellers and glass cockpits, all in preparation for fire season. Mechanical teams from Texas and Aircraft from Nevada came to get their 30-year-old engines replaced with new modified engines that provide more power, quicker climb and better fuel efficiency.
The cause of the fire was determined to be a heat lamp placed too close to combustible items in a trailer adjacent to the barn. Laramie Fire Department would like to remind you to be mindful of the distance to combustible materials when utilizing heat lamps to warm livestock, pets, and chickens.
The Adopt an Airman is meant to bridge Airmen into their new communities. But sometimes, this program does more than that. It brings together our shared humanity. The Adopt an Airman program helps Air Force Members anchor into their new communities.
“We’re really excited that we were able to provide this for them [CNCHD], and that they can come to Mills so the residents here are able to come a lot closer and not have to go to Downtown Casper to their appointments,” said Mills Community Development Director Sabrina Kemper.