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2nd Lt. Dawn Sanderson, 741st Missile Squadron deputy missile combat crew commander, recently had the opportunity to try-out for the All-Air Force Basketball Team at Maxwell AFB, Ala. The 5-foot-11-inch center, was one of 31 Airmen selected to try out for the team. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Brittany Y. Auld) Aiming high: A prospect cut short
Representing a military service branch as part of a sport's team is a unique opportunity available throughout the Department of Defense to all uniformed personnel skilled in athletics ranging from boxing to soccer.A deputy missile combat crew commander assigned to the 741st Missile Squadron at Minot Air Force Base recently had the opportunity to
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2013
Staff Sgt. Zak A. Kinsey, 5th Operations Support Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of mission weather, checks the work of Senior Airman Courtney Domoe, 5th OSS weather forecaster, Oct. 23. The Weather Flight is currently preparing for the harsh North Dakota winter ahead. Their forecast accuracy is crucial for mission readiness. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Apryl Hall) Weather Flight forecasts mission readiness
"You're not in Kansas anymore."These are the words Shawnee, Kan. native Staff Sgt. Zak A. Kinsey, 5th Operations Support Squadron non-commissioned officer in charge of mission weather, lives by daily at Minot Air Force Base. Weather is a hot topic anywhere in the world, but seems to be focused on a bit more frequently in Minot. Due to high winds,
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2013
Maj. Kurt Ponsor, 341st Missile Wing flight safety officers, helps carry an injured survivor with more than 30 other local support personnel during a search and rescue mission Sept. 7. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Rob Sinyard) Amazing Wingmen form up to help the community
Airmen from Malmstrom Air Force Base, Ellsworth AFB, S.D; F.E. Warren AFB, Wyo.; Dyess AFB, Texas; and Mountain Home AFB, Idaho joined up with local Montana agencies to save a man's life and reunite him with his family during a Search and Rescue mission Sept. 7.A rancher located near Colstrip, Mont., went missing on Sept. 6 after taking his
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2013
Default Air Force Logo Pillars of Resiliency: Warren educates Airmen on mental, emotional wellness
*Editor's note: This article is the third of a four-part series that will cover each of the four pillars of resiliency. The articles will run each week during the month of September. The pillars of resiliency are designed to provide balance to one's life. There are four pillars: social and family, physical, mental and emotional, and spiritual. Each
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2013
Tech. Sgt. Shameeka McKoy, 5th Medical Group mental health flight chief, tries the impaired driving simulator during a 5th MDG picnic, Aug. 16, 2013. The simulator is used to raise awareness about the risks of drunk driving and will be circulated to all the squadrons on base over the next month. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Apryl Hall) DUI simulator raises awareness
While exiting the main gate at Minot Air Force Base, the last thing Airmen see is a sign that telling the number of days since the last arrest of an Airman for driving under the influence of alcohol.To raise awareness and potentially prevent future DUI incidences involving Minot AFB Airmen, an impaired driving simulator was brought here for the
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2013
Col. Marné Deranger, 341st Missile Wing vice commander, speaks to Team Malmstrom members attending Rolling Thunder about the importance of motorcycle safety Aug. 27 at the old Base Exchange parking lot.  There are nearly 300 motorcycle riders on base and all were encouraged to attend the motorcycle safety event.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton) Two wheels, no box of steel
Malmstrom Air Force Base Airmen stepped out of their boots and onto their two-wheeled summer pastime to attend the Rolling Thunder motorcycle safety event held at the old Base Exchange parking lot Aug. 27. The event, focused on promoting the dos and don'ts of motorcycle safety, included several activities to raise motorcycle safety awareness for
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2013
130831-F-GZ967-079 Airman Siobhan Lynch, 90th Medical Group family health front desk clerk, stands in a dark room as she prepares to defend the building from the attacking “zombies.” Lynch was part of a group of Airman who spent the day paintballing in Northern Colorado. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brandon Valle) Social resiliency: Airmen Paintball in Colorado
A group of Airmen from F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., made a trip to Dacono, Colo. to spend the day paintballing at Blitz Paintball Aug. 31, 2013. The group consisted of 13 Airmen from various career fields - medical, civil engineers and finance, to name a few. "Getting everyone together and going out there was the best part," said Airman 1st
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2013
Default Air Force Logo Pillars of Resiliency: Social, Family
*Editor's note: This article is the first part of a four-part series that will cover each of the four pillars of resiliency. The articles will run each week during the month of September.The pillars of resiliency are designed to provide balance to one's life. There are four pillars: social and family, physical, mental and emotional, and spiritual.
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Senior Airman Jordan Panknin, 790th Missile Security Forces Squadron, keeps an eye out for opposing forces Aug. 14, 2013, on a hill adjacent to the Tango-09 Launch Facility during a training course aimed at familiarizing security forces and helicopter pilots with launch facility recapture scenarios. The Tango-09 LF is a deactivated Peacekeeper ICBM LF the 620th Ground Combat Training Squadron uses for training scenarios involving LF recapture. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jason Wiese) Helo, TRF training ends with LF recapture
It is an unusually hot morning in Wyoming. The only sound is the gusts of wind blowing across the amber plains surrounding the captured ICBM launch facility guarded by hostile men armed with an array of weaponry -- men who do not belong at the LF.Gradually, the sound of UH-1N "Huey" helicopter blades cutting the air goes from barely audible to
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2013
Senior Airman Zachary Fredrick, 5th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog  handler, and MWD  Roko compete in the 2013 North Dakota Peace Officer Association K-9 Police Trials at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Aug. 14, 2013. The trials included narcotics and explosive search competitions, as well as the Iron Dog event . (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Brittany Y. Auld) State and military dog it out in K-9 competition
The first cooperative, 2013 North Dakota Peace Officer Association K-9 Police Trials competition, which included military members and local law enforcement officials, took place at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Aug. 14. The event showcased 12 K-9 teams from military bases and law enforcement agencies across the state. The teams competed in various
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