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  • 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
  • Team Malmstrom gains a future K-9 veteran

    Military working dogs and handlers support defense posture by providing a psychological deterrent and increased security, as well as serving local communities in aid requests, such as bomb detections and drug inspections. The 341st Security Forces Squadron MWD unit was assigned a new female K-9, Ffarah, a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois in early February.
  • Team Minot wonder women

    Even though March is Women’s History Month, the Airmen at Minot Air Force Base break barriers every day.Team Minot supported equality this month by hosting an all-women’s missile alert.“The all-women’s alert is a day where all women in missile career fields come together and pull alert from top to bottom,” said 1st Lt. Symantha Fry, 740th Missile
  • Airmen aid stranded citizen in snowstorm

    About 90 miles east of Great Falls, Montana, Carrie Mantooth was driving home Monday, about 5 miles southeast of Denton when she got her car stuck in heavy snow. The temperatures for that day were averaging below zero degrees.
  • 20th Air Force Command Chief retires

    Maj. Gen. Fred Stoss, 20th Air Force commander, poses for a photo with 20th Air Force personnel and Chief Master Sgt. Thomas F. Good, 20th Air Force command chief, during his retirement ceremony March 5, 2019, at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo. Chief Good retired as the 20th Air Force command chief in the presence of his wife, children and
  • 20th Air Force ICE closes its doors after 18 years of service

    Since 2001, the Twentieth Air Force ICBM Center of Excellence was focused on developing highly skilled nuclear professionals to execute lethal, safe and sure nuclear strike operations. For the last eighteen years, the school graduated over 300 enlisted and officer professionals per year, who are tactical experts, instructors, evaluators, and
  • A new generation of Air Force missileers

    Being a college student is not easy. Juggling finances, busy class schedules and heaps of homework is often too much for many young students to handle. However, at the end of the four years of struggles and sleepless nights is a sweet reward – a college degree and a promise for a better future. For Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets