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  • Missile Maintainers graduate new FTD course

    The first batch of 90th Missile Maintenance Group maintainers from the facility maintenance section and electrical mechanical section recently graduated the newly created course at the Field Training Detachment here on April 22 and 28, 2017.   The training that is conducted on base by the 373rd

  • Airman fosters resiliency on the mat

    No matter what course a person chooses in life, there will always be obstacles to overcome. One particular F.E. Warren Air Force Base senior NCO joined the Air Force wrestling team eight years ago. He was in his late 20s, older than most wrestlers, and continued to work hard with limited resources.

  • Food service workers make kids priority

    Month of the Military Child is celebrated every year in April, but oftentimes we fail to realize what food service workers provide behind the scenes for children.“We play an important role in the lives of the kids at the Child Development Center and the Youth Center,” said Yasmine Redmond, 341st

  • Final Salute: 20th AF bids farewell to Ms. Barb

    April 3, 2017, will be the first time since 1983 F.E. Warren Air Force Base will be without Barbara J. Lutz, affectionately known as “Ms. Barb.” Lutz, 20th Air Force executive assistant to the commander, will retire Mar. 31, after 43 years of distinguished federal civil service.Many have shared that

  • Faces of the Mighty Ninety: 319th Missile Squadron

    Operating Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles requires commitment, competence, composure and compliance. An operations crew from the 319th Missile Squadron here demonstrates these attributes and more while defending America with the world’s premier, combat-ready ICBM force.  First Lt.

  • Focus on Family: Helo Brothers

    Military life can bring on a lot of unfamiliarity. It can be hard adjusting to a new place and new people, but imagine being stationed with a sibling to make the assignment feel like home. The Nissen brothers are an anomaly in the Air Force world because they are both assigned here and work together

  • AF officer strives to make local community a better place

    Some Airmen only wear one suit -- they have one job and are comfortable doing it their entire careers.1st Lt. Anthony Perkins, a 490th Missile Squadron intercontinental ballistic missile combat crew commander, however, wears three different suits.By day, he wears his U.S. Air Force flight suit as an

  • Pride by Design

    Showing pride while staying humble can sometimes feel like a balancing act. There are many different ways to communicate pride, such as wearing it on your sleeve. First Lt. Raun Carnley, 320th missile squadron missile combat crew commander, is experiencing his first encounter with the ICBM mission

  • Surviving life’s toughest challenge

    Capt. Brittany Rhanes, 341st Operations Support Squadron intercontinental ballistic missile emergency war order planner, was diagnosed with vulvar cancer Feb. 17, 2016. According to cancer.org, vulvar cancer is a form of gynecologic cancer affecting 0.6 percent of all cancers in women, and less than

  • A piece of history: Berlin Airlift C-54 flies historic Malmstrom route

    A C-54E Skymaster named “Spirit of Freedom” sits on the tarmac at the Great Falls International Airport, Sept. 9, 2016. The Spirit of Freedom is a flying museum being flown all over the country by members of the Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation to help raise awareness of the Berlin Airlift. The