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  • Taking an award winning stand in diversity

     As 1st Lt. Tenaugrie “Ten” Malone, 321 Missile Squadron assistant flight commander visits the F.E. Warren base museum, Apr. 26 2019, and walks among the artifacts and history of the 90th Missile Wing; she shares the story behind her significant impact to the history of the 321 MS, and what led to her being awarded the Air Force Global Strike
  • Kirtland Celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage

    This month, Team Kirtland is celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Month.
  • USAF selects 320 MS missile combat crew as the best

    The Air Force Association recognized the 320th Missile Squadron with the 2019 Gen. Thomas S. Power Outstanding Missile Crew Award on F.E. Warren Air Force Base in April 2019.The award recognizes 1st Lt. Austin Van Hoesen, 320 MS Assistant Flight Commander and 1st Lt. Jedediah Simpson, 320 MS Missileer, as the best missile combat crew in the Air
  • 24/7 protection

    Even after many days out in the field, the 91st Missile Security Forces Squadron Airmen still have responsibilities left.Once getting back to base, Airmen have a check list of items to complete before getting to go home to rest.“The Airmen drop off all their personal gear to their cars, then they need to account and return all other gear to the
  • Month of the Military Child: Malmstrom gymnasts build resilience

    April is designated as the Month of the Military Child. This Department of Defense awareness month was established to recognize the sacrifices made by children of military members serving at home and abroad.
  • Rise & Shine: Team Minot Airmen test ICBM rocket loading system

    Airmen with the 791st Maintenance Squadron mechanical and pneudraulics section tension the hoist on a transporter erector at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, April 1, 2019. The 791st MXS maintainers are responsible for transporter erector inspections, periodic maintenance and troubleshooting procedures. A transporter erector is used to downstage
  • Activation of the ‘Global Twentieth’ – Commemorating Seventy-Five Years

    By Dr. Jeremy Prichard, 20th Air Force HistorianIt was both an extraordinary and astonishing remark, perhaps even hyperbolic.On August 7, 1945, Gen. Carl A. Spaatz wired a message to the Twentieth Air Force Chief of Staff in Washington, Brig. Gen. Lauris Norstad. Spaatz, only weeks earlier having assumed command of the US Army Strategic Air Forces
  • Camp Guernsey leads active shooter training for AFGSC defenders

    From the outside stands a tall metal building with no identifying features other than a bright orange sign proclaiming protection must be worn.Inside the building is the response force tactical force cadre surrounded by dozens of Airmen. Behind them is their training ground for the week, a mock building. Security Forces Airmen from across the Air
  • All-female alert crews protect our nation

    The snow crunched beneath their heavy boots. A thin layer of ice covered the soft, powdery snow, amplifying the noise made with each step. The wind howled, carrying with it white waves of snow not covered by the icy frost.  Unfazed by the harsh elements, our warriors descended below the frozen landscape ready to answer their nation’s call at a