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General C. Robert Kehler, U.S. Strategic Command commander, talks to members of the 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron convoy response force July 31 at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. During his visit Kehler also met with 341st Missile Wing leaders and interacted with the Airmen who go out every day to accomplish Malmstrom’s mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner) Kehler sheds light on 'hot' topics during Malmstrom visit
General C. Robert Kehler, U.S. Strategic Command commander, visited Malmstrom Air Force Base on July 31 to meet with 341st Missile Wing leaders, tour the base and interact with Airmen. During his visit he held an all call to update Airmen on current topics and to answer questions in reference to situations that affect the daily life of service
0 8/09
2013
Gen. Robert Kehler, U.S. Strategic Command commander, presents the Omaha Trophy to Col. Tracey Hayes, 90th Missile Wing commander, during an all-call at the F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., theater July 30, 2013. The Omaha Trophy is awarded to the best missile wing in USSTRATCOM. (U.S. Air Force photo by R.J. Oriez) Omaha Trophy presented to Mighty Ninety
The Mighty Ninety was recently recognized by the commander of U.S. Strategic Command, and Tuesday, he presented the wing here with the Omaha Trophy.The Omaha Trophy has been presented annually since 1971 and is awarded to the USSTRATCOM wing that best demonstrates the highest standards of performance based on meritorious achievements, safety,
0 8/07
2013
Col. Tracey Hayes, 90th Missile Wing commander, greets Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III and his wife, Betty, after they arrive at Cheyenne Regional Airport, Wyo., July 19, 2013. Welsh arrived to take part in Cheyenne Frontier Days and to thank Warren Airmen and community members for their continued service and support. (U.S. Air Force photo by R.J. Oriez) CSAF visits Warren AFB, acts as grand marshal during 117th annual CFD

0 7/24
2013
Default Air Force Logo Missile officer recertification program makes great strides
Ten of the 19 missile crew members from the 91st Operations Group at Minot AFB, N.D., have been recertified and are able to fully perform their alert duties.The remaining officers continue to progress through the retraining program with the remaining decertified crew members expected to return to alert duty in early June, according to Maj. Gen.
0 6/04
2013
Default Air Force Logo Stratcom Chief: Minot AFB case shows integrity of nuclear enterprise
The Air Force's aggressive response when missile-launch crews at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., fell short of established standards during an inspection in March underscores the integrity of the nuclear weapons program, the commander of U.S. Strategic Command told Congress May 9."I do think they reacted very aggressively to the mistakes they saw,"
0 5/10
2013
Default Air Force Logo 20th AF secretary has long served with Mighty Ninety
Shortly after graduating college, Barbara Lutz, 20th Air Force secretary, began a long career with the Air Force spanning more than 30 years, the majority of which she spent at F. E. Warren."I wear the protocol hat and the secretary hat [for the 20th AF]," she said. "It's very intense -- never a dull moment."Lutz has worked at several Air Force
0 5/10
2013
Default Air Force Logo 20th AF turns 69
Since 1944, the 20th Air Force has been one of the Air Force's most storied units.The 20th AF was established to bring strategic bombardment against our enemy of the time, Japan.Originally part of the Army Air Corps before the U.S. Air Force was created, the 20th began as the first non-sequentially numbered air force, that is, Army Air Corps
0 4/12
2013
Col. David Lair, 341st Maintenance Group commander, finishes up some paperwork at his desk April 2.  Lair took over as commander of the 341st MXG on March 15.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton) Meet the new 341st MXG commander
After more than 25 years of Air Force service and two previous assignments to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Col. David Lair joined Team Malmstrom once again as the new 341st Maintenance Group commander March 15.Lair's family history, rich with military heritage, is what made him to want to join the Air Force. He grew up in an Air Force lifestyle as his
0 4/12
2013
Senior Airman Mary Tarasiewicz, 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron member, holds the flag from her squadron during the 8.3-mile ruck march on Rivers Edge Trail in Great Falls. More than 100 members of Team Malmstrom participated in Malmstrom’s largest ruck march. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Katrina Heikkinen) Ruck march honors Airman, friend
A cluster of 100 Airmen in uniform made their way up the River's Edge Trail. While some proudly carried flags from the 341st Security Forces Group, others carried 70-pound rucksacks. They were exhausted, tired and dripping with sweat. But the physical and emotional pain they felt was a reminder of fallen Airmen who made the ultimate sacrifice for
0 4/12
2013
Kickboxers Elisha Helsper (right) protects herself from opponent Aerial Beck’s left kick during a kickboxing bout at the Malmstrom Air Force Base 3-Bay Hangar on April 5. Helsper lost the fight by split decision. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Katrina Heikkinen) Team Malmstrom kicks up morale
The 341st Force Support Squadron teamed up with 221 Industries to put on a "Fight for the Troops" on April 5, which featured the talents of 12 amateur Mixed Martial Arts fighters from around the state of Montana and a visit from Joe McMillan, a professional MMA fighter.Malmstrom's 3-Bay Hangar was temporarily transformed into an MMA arena last
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2013
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