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  • SecAF visits F.E. Warren

    Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson visited with Airmen at the 90th Missile Wing and 20th Air Force, Aug. 7-8, 2018, at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming. During her visit, Wilson engaged with local civic leaders including Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and asked for the community’s support in reciprocity for licensure and improving education
  • Missile wing holds change of command ceremony

    Members of the 341st Missile Wing welcomed a new commander during a change of command ceremony June 19. During the ceremony, Col. Ron Allen, Jr. transferred command to Col. Jennifer Reeves. Maj. Gen. Fred Stoss, 20th Air Force commander, presided over the ceremony before a crowd of Airmen, civilian and military dignitaries, and community leaders at
  • Reeves takes command at Malmstrom

    Col. Jennifer Reeves is looking to continue the successes of the 341st Missile Wing as she takes command at Malmstrom.Reeves was previously commander of the 381st Training Group, Air Education and Training Command, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. She assumed command June 19 from Col. Ronald Allen.Allen arrived as the 341st Missile Wing
  • Airmen in the outfield

    Team Minot faced-off against Team Grand Forks in the fourth annual Wingman Week softball tournament at Devils Lake, North Dakota, May 24, 2018. After a series of games, Minot AFB became this year’s softball tournament champions, tying the overall series 2-2. With this year’s win, Team Minot became the champions for the second consecutive year. (U.S. Air Force photos by Senior Airman Jonathan McElderry)
  • SkillBridge: Get paid to find your post-AF job

    Transitioning out of the military, but have no idea what the future holds? Being nervous is okay. It can be a time of stress and uncertainty; however, the Air Force and Department of Defense offer a great resource that can help you succeed—the Department of Defense SkillBridge program. Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Berg (Ret.) began using this program
  • CATM: wearing many hats to ensure mission execution

    No matter what job an Airman holds, they are required to maintain a skillset to defend this country and its allies at a moment’s notice. Combat Arms Training and Maintenance is a vital component to keeping our Airmen trained and qualified on the weapon systems they are issued when providing security on home station or deployed. CATM instructors
  • SFG will wear new uniforms beginning May 1

    Beginning May 1, the 377th Security Forces Group at Kirtland Air Force Base will be switching all of its personnel to the Operational Camouflage Pattern uniforms.
  • Career Intermission Program gives Airmen a break

    The Air Force’s Career Intermission Program allows Total Force Airmen the opportunity to temporarily transition out of the service for a minimum of one year and maximum of three years in order to pursue personal or professional endeavors.  Eligible participants receive a monthly stipend and retain full active-duty medical and dental benefits for
  • Minot rescue crew saves man trapped from flood

    Members of the 54th Helicopter Squadron at Minot Air Force Base responded to a search and rescue call involving a man trapped in his cabin, surrounded by rising flood water in Savage, Montana, March 24, 2018. At approximately 2 p.m. the crew received a phone call requesting a hoist-equipped aircraft to respond to the scene. “We quickly came
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