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SAF/FM

Dr. Jamie Morin, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for financial management and comptroller (left) rides along in a helicopter with Maj. La Tonya Kelly, 341st Comptroller Squadron commander; Maj. Charles Dunar, SAF/FM military assistant; and Maj. John Spear, 341st Contracting Squadron commander June 23. The team flew to a missile alert facility, where Morin was given a tour. (Courtesy Photo)
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Posted: 6/24/2014

Change of CommandChange of Command
Change of Command

Maj. Matthew Nix (center) accepts command of the 341st Security Forces Support squadron from Col. Kenneth Oneil, 341st Security Forces Group commander, at the Grizzly Bend on June 13. Maj. Brian Copper, former 341st SSPTS squadron commander, looks on. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/16/2014

SERE trainingSERE training
SERE training

Staff Sgt. John Patnaude, 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force Nuclear Advanced Designated Marksman, uses a lensatic compass for land navigation during a field training exercise in Monarch, Mont. June 11. Patnaude and two other NATMs received survival training from a SERE specialist. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

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SERE training

Capt. Zachary Minner, 40th Helicopter Squadron UH-1N Huey pilot, dons a training vest during combat survival skill training in Monarch, Mont., on June 11. Eight Airmen endured survival, evasion, resistance and escape training in the Lewis and Clark National Forest as part of their three-year requirement to maintain combat mission-ready status. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

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SERE training

Aircrew members of the 40th Helicopter Squadron, and 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force Nuclear Advanced Designated Marksmen rally before starting a field training exercise in Monarch, Mont., as part of a survival, evasion, resistance and escape training. Aircrew members are required to complete SERE training every three years as part of their combat mission-ready status. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

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SERE training

A close-up shows Corey Ask, Air Force Global Strike Command contracted survival, evasion, resistance and escape program analyst, teaching Airmen how to use a combat survival evader locator radio during a field training exercise in Monarch, Mont. The FTX was part of a week-long SERE training, which is a three-year requirement for all aircrew members. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

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SERE training

Senior Airman Matthew Dubon, 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force Nuclear Advanced Designated Marksman, tosses a flare during a survival, evasion, resistance and escape field training exercise in Monarch, Mont., on June 11. Dubon and two NATMs from the 341st SFG, as well as 40th Helicopter Squadron aircrew members learned navigational, basic survival, evasion and escape skills during the FTX. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

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SERE training

(Clockwise, left to right) 40th Helicopter Squadron UH-1N Huey pilots, Capts. Tyler Williams, Joshua Hallford and Zachary Minner, hide in a ravine during a Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape field training exercise at Lewis and Clark National Forest on June 11 in Monarch, Mont. Three Nuclear Advanced Designated Marksmen Airmen from the 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force participated in the eight-hour FTX. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

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SERE training

Lt. Col. Thomas Higgins, 40th Helicopter Squadron director of staff, experiences water going up his nose as he breathes into a C-bottle during water survival skills training at the Malmstrom Air Force Base pool on June 10. Members of the 40th HS endured survival, evasion, resistance and escape training June 9 to 13. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

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SERE training

Capt. Josh Hallford, 40th Helicopter Squadron tactics flight commander, prepares to egress from a SWET chair, or shallow water egress trainer, as Corey Ask, Air Force Global Strike Command contracted survival, evasion, resistance and escape program analyst, observes. The SWET chair simulated an inverted helicopter crash. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

FIPFIP
FIP

Tech. Sgts. Justin Jones (left), and Timothy Adkins, both 12th Missile Squadron facility managers, load a worn couch onto a stake bed at India 1 missile alert facility on June 10. Malmstrom MAFs are receiving new furniture, couches, chairs and recreational items, as a result of the Force Improvement Program. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

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FIP

Tech. Sgts. Justin Jones (left), and Timothy Adkins, both 12th Missile Squadron facility managers, place a new couch at India 1 missile alert facility on June 10. As a result of Air Force Global Strike Command’s Force Improvement Program, the 341st Operations Group is receiving 30 new couches and dining tables to replace worn, dilapidated furniture. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

FM FM
FM

Staff Sgt. David Golab, 12th Missile Squadron facility manager, gives a safety brief at India 1 missile alert facility. Safety briefs are required to be given every time a guest visits a MAF in order to prevent injury in dangerous conditions and to illustrate how a MAF performs its daily operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

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FM

Staff Sgt. David Golab, 12th Missile Squadron facility manager, checks to make sure there are no emergency lights lit on a cable air dryer during a routine checkup. The inspection was part of a checklist every facility manager must accomplish when they take command of their facility. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

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FM

Staff Sgt. David Golab, 12th Missile Squadron facility manager, browses through a technical order while at India 1 missile alert facility. Golab follows daily checklists during his 72-hour tour at MAFs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

MAFB dog parkMAFB dog park
MAFB dog park

Lily, a golden retriever, is all smiles as she runs around the Malmstrom Air Force Base dog park without a leash during the grand opening on June 6. The park is located at the corner of Cedar and Oak Street. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/10/2014

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MAFB dog park

Dogs run around at the Malmstrom Air Force Base dog park on June 6. The new park provides a safe place for Team Malmstrom members to bring their dogs – without a leash. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/10/2014

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MAFB dog park

Doc and Ace reach for a hot dog during the grand opening of the Malmstrom Air Force Base dog park on June 6. The grand opening included a K-9 demonstration by the 341st Security Forces Squadron military working dog section, games and giveaways. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/10/2014

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MAFB dog park

Col. Marné Deranger, 341st Missile Wing vice commander, cuts a ribbon during the grand opening of Malmstrom’s first dog park, sponsored by Balfour Beatty Communities. The dog park includes a large park and a separate park small dogs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/10/2014

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MAFB dog park

The above is a panorama of the Malmstrom Air Force Base dog park, located at the corner of Cedar and Oak Street. The park’s grand opening was June 6. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/10/2014

CBRNECBRNE
CBRNE

Staff Sgt. Irak Garcia-Real, 341st Medical Operations Squadron bio-environmental technician (Left), and Staff Sgt. Brock Evans, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management technician (center), prepare to enter a simulated danger zone during an exercise at Malmstrom’s old Base Exchange on June 4. Before entering the building, Garcia-Real and Evans don “level A” hazmat suits, which provide the highest level of protection from radiological and chemical hazards. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

CBRNECBRNE
CBRNE

Joint emergency management and bio-environmental teams identify simulated unknown chemical hazards during a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive exercise at the old Base Exchange on June 4. Emergency personnel must treat hazard areas like crime scenes, to not only contain a possible threat, but collect evidence for further examination and courtroom purposes. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

CBRNECBRNE
CBRNE

Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Maas, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management NCO in charge (center), identifies a simulated unknown chemical hazard using “Hazmat ID” detection equipment during a training session at the old Base Exchange on June 4. In order to detect unknown threats, emergency personnel use a wide array of specialized equipment such as gas meters to detect explosive atmospheres and alpha, beta particle detectors for radioactive environments. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

CBRNECBRNE
CBRNE

Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Maas, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management NCO in charge (right), goes through a decontamination line provided by the Malmstrom Air Force Base fire department during a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive exercise at the old Base Exchange on June 4. During the exercise, emergency management personnel and Malmstrom firefighters practiced emergency protocol response in a real-life setting while being examined to ensure proper technique and execution. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

CBRNECBRNE
CBRNE

Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Maas, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management NCO in charge (right), goes through a decontamination line provided by the Malmstrom Air Force Base fire department during a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive exercise at the old Base Exchange on June 4. During the exercise, emergency management personnel and Malmstrom firefighters practiced emergency protocol response in a real-life setting while being examined to ensure proper technique and execution. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

Warrior chefWarrior chef
Warrior chef

Col. Tom Wilcox, 341 Missile Wing commander, poses with Staff Sgt. Shari Elliott and Senior Airman Renee Murray, representing the 341st Force Support Squadron fitness center, following the team’s win at Warrior Chef June 3. Elliott and Murray’s main entrée was pan-seared salmon with avocado, shrimp avocado salad and avocado-blueberry smoothies completing the presentation. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

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Warrior chef

Airman 1st Class Bailey Weeks, 341st Force Support Squadron customer support apprentice, replaces silverware as Warrior Chef judges evaluate an entrée June 3. The judges were (left to right), Airman 1st Class Maya Sivak, 341st Missile Security Forces Squadron member and the Air Force Association’s representative; Col. Tom Wilcox, 341st Missile Wing commander; and Col. Jeff Johnson, 341st Operations Group deputy commander. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

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Warrior chef

Airman 1st Class Maria Stansberry, 341st Force Support Squadron remote nuclear facility chef, prepares ingredients for chicken guacamole ranch wraps during the Warrior Chef competition June 3. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

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Warrior chef

Staff Sgt. Hangie De Los Santos, 341st Force Support Squadron remote nuclear facility chef (left) and Staff Sgt. Eldoris Gardner, 341st FSS food service craftsman, put the final touches on their entrées as time runs out before Warrior Chef judging begins June 3. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

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Warrior chef

Airman 1st Class Ranae Peterson, 341st Force Support Squadron remote nuclear facility chef, assembles bourbon chicken burgers June 3 during the Warrior Chef competition at the Malmstrom Elkhorn Dining Facility. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

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Warrior chef

Staff Sgt. Hangie De Los Santos, alpha flight team (left) and Staff Sgt. Jessica Pasch, charlie flight team, prepare chicken June 3 for their Warrior Chef entrées. Both are from the 341st Force Support Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

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Warrior chef

Senior Airman Janae Santos (left) and Staff Sgt. Stephen Marvin, both from the 819th RED HORSE Squadron, are introduced as one of the six teams competing in Warrior Chef June 3. The other five teams were from the 341st Force Support Squadron. The competition was held at Malmstrom’s Dining Facility. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

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219th RHS FTX

Tech. Sgt. Erich Vankirk, 219th RED HORSE Squadron heating ventilation and air conditioning member, adjusts a cooling fan during a field training exercise at Malmstrom Air Force Base on May 30. More than 100 RED HORSE Airmen honed their skills, as subject-matter experts from the 120th Airlift Wing of the Montana Air National Guard, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron and 819th RED HORSE Squadron provided training instructors. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/3/2014

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219th RHS FTX

Two 219th RED HORSE Squadron Airmen set up a self-generated water system during a field training exercise at Malmstrom Air Force Base. The water system has the capability to produce 1,500 gallons of drinkable water every hour. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/3/2014

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219th RHS FTX

Airmen from the 219th RED HORSE Squadron conference construct a Disaster Relief Bed-down System during a field training exercise at Malmstrom Air Force Base on May 29. DRBD systems have the capability to provide a basic living environment for 150 people and are used during natural disasters. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/3/2014

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219th RHS FTX

Airmen from the 219th RED HORSE Squadron of the Montana Air National Guard set up a runway during a field training exercise at Malmstrom Air Force Base on May 30. One of RED HORSE’s wartime responsibilities is aircraft launch and recovery. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/3/2014

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219th RHS FTX

Members of the 219th RED HORSE Squadron set up a Disaster Relief Bed-down System at Malmstrom Air Force Base on May 29. The 219th RHS of the Montana Air National Guard conducted a field training exercise in conjunction with monthly drill May 29 to June 1. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/3/2014

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219th RHS FTX

An aerial view shows 21 Disaster Relief Bed-down Systems on the east side of Malmstrom Air Force Base on May 30. The 219th RED HORSE Squadron is one of approximately 10 units in the U.S. with DRBD systems. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/3/2014

MotorcycleMotorcycle
Motorcycle

How many motorcycle riders do you see a first glance? There are two motorcycle riders ahead; which rider stands out better? (U.S. Air Force photo / Kelly Nathe)
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Posted: 6/3/2014

LIRPLIRP
LIRP

(From left to right) Capt. Bob Armstrong, Montana Highway Patrol, Special Agent Brian Birdwell, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Det. 806, and Capt. John Shaffer, Great Falls Police Department, take notes during the Local Incident Response Plan conference May 29 at Malmstrom Air Force Base. The conference was an opportunity for military and civilian law enforcement agencies from around the state to discuss the response contingency if a nuclear weapon was ever threatened by an adversary. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/2/2014

LIRPLIRP
LIRP

Special Agent Selena DeVantier leads a discussion May 29 about the FBI’s role in the Local Incident Response Plan during the LIRP conference at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/2/2014

LIRPLIRP
LIRP

Stanley Moody, 341st Security Forces Group plans and programs manager, gives the itinerary of events for the Local Incident Response Plan conference at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana on May 29. The conference was an opportunity for military and civilian law enforcement agencies from around the state to discuss the response contingency if a nuclear weapon was ever threatened by an adversary. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 6/2/2014

Blood driveBlood drive
Blood drive

Leslie Regan, Great Falls American Red Cross phlebotomist (left), prepares to draw blood from Airman Anthony Conti, 341st Missile Security Forces Squadron alert response team leader during a First Strike Blood Drive Challenge at the Malmstrom Air Force Base Chapel on May 28. The competition is amongst the five Malmstrom groups, as well as Wing Staff Agencies and the 819th RED HORSE Squadron, to see which group can donate the most blood and take home the coveted trophy. The next blood drive is scheduled for June 23 at the base chapel. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 5/28/2014

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Meandering - West Glacier

Two kayakers explore Lake McDonald near West Glacier National Park in Apgar Village, Mont. At 10 miles long and 500 feet deep as a result of glacial carving, Lake McDonald is the largest lake in the park and a central location for West Glacier and includes biking and hike trails ranging in easy to strenuous difficulty. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 5/28/2014

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400th save

Aircrew members board “Air Force Rescue 22,” a UH-1N helicopter assigned to the 40th Helicopter Squadron, May 25 and prepare to fly their second rescue mission of the day. The 40th HS recorded their 400th and 401st saves in a single day, first rescuing an injured hiker near Hamilton, Mont., and soon after extracting avalanche survivors from a mountain near Butte, Mont. (Air Force photo / Joshua Aycock)
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Posted: 5/28/2014

Dining Facility Dining Facility
Dining Facility

Patrick Tremper, Elkhorn Dining Facility cashier, prepares his station to sign in customers before opening for lunch at the DFAC at Malmstrom Air Force Base May 27. Civilians work hand in hand with Airmen throughout the duty day to serve Malmstrom’s active duty personnel and retirees while also hosting luncheons for a wide array of special events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 5/28/2014

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Dining Facility

Senior Airman Kyle Fritz, 341st Force Support Squadron food service journeyman, prepares a plate for a customer during lunch at Malmstrom’s Elkhorn Dining Facility on May 27. After breakfast, lunch and dinner the process of cleaning, cooking and preparation for the next day’s courses starts all over again. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 5/28/2014

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Dining Facility

Staff Sgt. Eldoris Gardner, 341st Force Support Squadron food service craftsman, and Airman 1st Class Teresa McOsker, 341st FSS food service apprentice, review a list of food items needing to be restocked after lunch at the Elkhorn Dining Facility May 27. After each mealtime, a detailed checklist is followed to ensure quality and temperatures are checked for all heat sensitive food products. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 5/28/2014

    

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