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  • Native New Mexican trains future Air Force NCOs

    One New Mexico native is working to help Airmen in the United States Air Force prepare for promotion by teaching them how to supervise and lead effectively. Staff Sgt. Nicholas Garcia is an instructor in Airmen Leadership School, a six-week course that teaches Airmen supervisory skills. The course is taught by non-commissioned officers who’ve had experience in the operational Air Force as supervisors.
  • JTACs and aircrews participate in joint exercise over PRTC

    Ellsworth aircrews worked side-by-side with members of the 582nd Helicopter Group and Joint Terminal Attack Controllers from the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force, during a joint-training exercise over the Powder River Training Complex from Dec. 4 to 8, 2017.The exercise provided each unit an opportunity to integrate with Air Force Global Strike
  • Arden G. Hill Memorial Library – much more than books

    The sky’s the limit on information when visiting the Arden G. Hill Memorial Library at Malmstrom. Linda “Dixie” Paronto, 341st Force Support Squadron base librarian, describes it as “much more than a library.” In talking to Paronto, she paints the picture that it’s more of a futuristic spaceship with any kind of information easily available: 3-D
  • Malmstrom AFB unit earns top DoD maintenance award

    The 341st Maintenance Group, 341st Missile Wing, Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, is this year’s recipient of the Defense Department’s Phoenix Award for Maintenance Excellence, according to DoD officials.  Best Maintenance UnitThe department announced the Phoenix Award winner at this year's secretary of defense maintenance awards ceremony, Dec.
  • 791 MSFS marksmen, 5 SFS MWD teams participate in joint-unit training

    Airmen from the 791st Missile Security Forces Squadron and 5th Security Forces Squadron participate in joint-unit training at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Nov. 22, 2017.
  • 20AF commander says ‘Thank you’ to 90MW Airmen

    Major General Anthony Cotton, 20th Air Force commander, held an all call at the base theater here, Nov. 29, 2017. Cotton began the all call with saying two words to the members of the 90th Missile Wing; “Thank you," he said. "Thank you for being able to take the ICBM enterprise to the next level." He spoke in-depth about leadership at all levels,
  • Giving the gift of life through surrogacy

    For most, a scheduled induction means leaving the hospital with a baby to take home.On Nov. 9, Staff Sgt. Grace Hoyt, 341st Missile Wing chaplain assistant, checked into labor and delivery at 5 a.m. to give birth to a baby that she would not be bringing home.Hoyt is one of a few mothers who has chosen to be a surrogate mother, to grow a baby in her
  • Missileer takes inspiration from grandfather’s service

    Airmen often join the Air Force to participate in a legacy of service in their family. One missileer’s choice to serve was inspired by his grandfather’s courageous acts during the Vietnam War.“My service is honoring a family that has made a lot sacrifices for me growing up,” said 1st Lt. Alexander Tran, 320th Missile Squadron deputy missile combat
  • ‘Let’s Connect’ comes to Malmstrom

    “Let’s Connect,” a mentorship forum which brings Airmen of all ranks and career fields together, was held for the first time at Malmstrom Nov. 16. The event’s theme, Lead like a Girl, focused on specific discussion topics including improving workplace relations, controlling emotions and communication up and down the chain of command.“Similar to
  • BLUE: Testing the Minuteman

    FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (AFNS) – Air Force TV has released the latest episode of the Air Force's flagship television program, BLUE.Nuclear deterrence has been a mainstay in keeping America safe from nuclear threats for decades. One group of Airmen carry the awesome responsibility of ensuring the country's Intercontinental Ballistic Missile fleet
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