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  • Passing on the EOD mission in Afghanistan

    The Air Force explosive ordnance disposal mission isn't over in Afghanistan, even as Air Force personnel withdraw. Insurgents are still active, and improvised explosive devices and unexploded ordnance remain an immediate threat to people living in contested territory.American EOD specialists have

  • FIP vehicles arrive on MAFB

    Minot Air Force Base received three new Dodge Ram 2500s and 12 new Ford F-150s in October as a part of the Force Improvement Program's initiative to provide more positive, rapid and substantial changes within the ICBM and bomber missions.Minot AFB is expecting to receive nine additional Ford F-150

  • CRF member selected for AF men's basketball team try out

    Senior Airman John Robertson, 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron convoy response force leader, was one out of 22 Airmen recently selected to try out for the Air Force men's basketball team."It feels great to be selected for this," Robertson said. "I may not be the best player in the world, but I

  • Malmstrom participates in Fire Prevention Week

    This year's Fire Prevention Week started off with a bang at Malmstrom Air Force Base. The week-long event, which was created to raise fire safety awareness, offered base personnel and residents the opportunity to learn from Malmstrom's very own firefighters about fire prevention while participating

  • Prevention: One act can save a life

    Life is full of challenges, and when it seems overwhelming many people rely on inner strength and the support of others to get through the tough times and emerge stronger. However, some people may not feel strong enough to overcome their pain and suffering. As a result, they may think about harming

  • National Preparedness Month: Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare

    Editor's Note: Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Maas and Staff Sgt. Nathan Sisk from the Installation Office of Emergency Management provided information for this article. Natural disasters, hazardous material spills, terrorist attacks, and zombie apocalypses are all real and valid reasons to be thinking about

  • Comprehensive Airman Fitness: A Lifestyle and culture

    Comprehensive Airman Fitness is comprised of a multitude of targeted programs and activities as well as resiliency skills taught to enable Airmen to make sound choices.The program's goal is to build and sustain a thriving and resilient Air Force community that fosters mental, physical, social and

  • Becoming a supervisor

    This is the first in a three part series describing the role and views of different supervisors in each tier of Air Force enlisted leadership. First from the viewpoint of Airmen, then NCOs, and finally SNCOs all from separate career fields.Three young men from very different backgrounds now find

  • Don't pay the ultimate 'price' when it comes to sport injuries

    (Editor's Note: This story is part of a series from the 341st Missile Wing Safety office highlighting the Critical Days of Summer)Whether you're getting ready for the big game or just heading out for an afternoon workout, it's important to keep sports preparation in mind to help prevent

  • MAFB officer stays with missiles due to FIP

    Capt. Billy Terry, 341st Operational Support Squadron intercontinental ballistic missile senior combat crew instructor, was given the opportunity to chase a dream he had for most of his life - to change career fields and work as a space systems operator. Terry, who has been in the missile career