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  • In memory of 11 fallen defenders

    Team Malmstrom members gathered at the Grizzly Bend on May 24 to honor, and pay respect to, nine security forces Airmen and two military working dogs who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the War on Terror.The 11 members honored were:· Airman 1st Class Elizabeth N. Jacobson· Tech. Sgt. Jason L. Norton· Staff Sgt. Brian McElroy·
  • Command-wide fire class turns up the heat

    Twelve active-duty firemen from throughout Air Force Global Strike Command gathered at Malmstrom Air Force Base on May 9 through 24 for a 12-day training class.Fire Officer II is offered only four times a year by the Louis F. Garland Fire Academy located at Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas. The class is part of the upgrade training and professional
  • US and Russian Officials Work on New Arms Control Treaty

    US, Russian negotiators expect an agreement on a new follow-on treaty to the 1991 START-1 pact by the end of the monthFormer President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev (L), former US President George H.W. Bush (R), German Chancellor Angela Merkel (back L) and former US First Lady Barbara Bush (back R) in Berlin (File Photo - 31 Oct 2009)U.S.
  • Global Strike Command Assumes ICBM Mission

    Air Force Global Strike Command assumes the U.S. Air Force's Intercontinental Ballistic Missile mission Dec 1.The ICBM transfer is part of a phased approach to unify all Air Force nuclear-capable assets under one command, officials said. The new command gains three missile wings, one each at F.E. Warren AFB, Wyo.; Malmstrom AFB, Mont.; and Minot
  • Commander of Newest MAJCOM Defines Success, Introduces Command at AFA

    The commander of Air Force Global Strike Command stressed the importance of skilled and dedicated Airmen to the nuclear enterprise during a question-and-answer session following his address at the Air Force Association's Air & Space Conference and Technology Exhibition Sept. 16. Praising Airmen who support and operate Minuteman III's and
  • 341st Missile Wing Wins Back-to-Back Omaha Trophy Award

    Safely and securely deactivating the Rapid Execution and Combat Targeting-B weapon system, flawlessly inactivating the 564th Missile Squadron, and successfully leading the command's first follow-on test and evaluation task force in years, were the key ingredients to Team Malmstrom winning the U.S. Strategic Command Consultation Committee's Omaha
  • AFSPC Labor Day Safety Message

    Labor day marks the end of summer and the last few days of the 2009 critical days of summer safety campaign. We lost a valuable member of our afspc family in june -- not on vacation; just driving home from work on a two-lane blacktop in the middle of the day. Based upon air force statistics, four airmen die each month while driving, riding or
  • Air Force stands up Global Strike Command

    The Air Force stood-up a new major command to oversee all of its nuclear forces in an activation ceremony at Barksdale Air Force Base, La., Aug. 7. Air Force Global Strike Command will provide combat ready forces to conduct strategic nuclear deterrence and global strike operations in support of combatant commanders. "This week we achieved a major
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