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  • Service before Self: Memorial Day

    A memorial day message from the 20th Air Force commander and command chief.
  • CSAF emphasizes safe, secure and reliable nuclear deterrence during SAC-D chairman visit to Malmstrom

    On May 21, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr., Gen. Timothy Ray, Air Force Global Strike Command commander, and U.S. Senator Jon Tester, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense visited here to learn more about the strategic importance of Malmstrom and to discuss the future of nuclear deterrence.
  • Fleming Award Comes North

    For anyone who knows of Minot Air Force Base, you probably heard the phrase that has grown to be synonymous with the base and its people: “Only the Best Come North.” The 54th Helicopter Squadron added emphasis to that phrase when they were recently awarded the prestigious Fleming Award for the year 2020.
  • 377 Med Group Tiger Medics tame all hazards in decon exercise

    Tiger Medics from the 377th Medical Group at Kirtland AFB, N.M., took part in an installation medical all-hazards response field exercise May 20, 2021. Evaluators said the team met the two goals of the semiannual exercise requirement, which were to have decontamination capability operational within 20 minutes of notification, and process six to 10 litter patients within one hour.
  • TOP HAND – the program, the Airmen, the legacy

    The TOP HAND program, a professional development program housed at the 576th Flight Test Squadron, Vandenberg Space Force Base, California, was created in 1972 to provide selected missile operations officers program management experience in ICBM Test and Evaluation. Forty nine years later, Airmen continue the traditions and legacy of the program.
  • 90 OSS, why we love our mission

    Members from the 90th Operations Support Squadron tell us why they love their job.
  • Base Honor Guard upholds tradition, builds leaders

    Rendering a final salute to a fallen service member and handing a folded flag to their next of kin is not something that’s easy to do or taken lightly. That’s why service in the Honor Guard is reserved for those who want to exemplify Air Force tradition, honor and core values.
  • Commentary: Minuteman III program office leads innovation with new campaign

    A team of members from AFNWC and Air Force Global Strike Command has taken the lead on an innovation process to deploy projects faster while eliminating delays caused by lengthy or belated engineering reviews.
  • Teammates in deterrence: Small business support to the nuclear mission

    While the mission of 20th Air Force is to "defend the United States with combat ready nuclear forces; on order, conduct global strike," 20 AF bases partner with small businesses to support our nuclear missions.20 AF commands three intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) wings and one nuclear operations support wing: 90th Missile Wing at F.E.
  • New aerial gunnery simulator comes to F.E. Warren

    The 37th Helicopter Squadron took possession of an Aerial Gunnery Simulator April 27, 2021 at the helicopter hangar on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming.The simulator is expected to provide substantial cost savings to the squadron, as well as provide accurate simulated training for airmen manning the M240D rifle on the UH-1N Huey and then the