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Airman 1st Class Justin Eisinger, 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force assaulter (left), and Senior Airman Michael Piela, 341st SFG TRF assaulter (center), simulate recapturing a missile launch facility while being observed by their teammates during a training session at the Warrior Launch Facility trainer March 25. According to participants, the simulation is one of many training sessions which take place to ensure Malmstrom’s TRF teams’ specified skill sets are honed and ready to be put into action at a moment’s notice. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 4/4/2014

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Two assaulters from the 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force simulate recapturing a missile launch facility during a training session at the Warrior Launch Facility trainer March 25. During the training, two UH-1N Huey helicopters provided aerial cover while TRF members on the ground simulated overtaking the facility. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 4/4/2014

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Senior Airman Kevin Carroll, 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force assaulter, scans his field of view while practicing an infiltration exercise with his team at the Warrior Launch Facility trainer March 25. Carroll and his team set up what is known as a “wedge” in the TRF community, which is a defensive perimeter used to protect incoming or outgoing aircraft from their position. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 4/4/2014

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Members from the 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force practice an exfiltration maneuver during a training session at the Warrior Launch Facility trainer March 25. In all, 28 Team Malmstrom members participated in the training session. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 4/4/2014

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Members from the 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force practice combat maneuvers during a training session at the Warrior Launch Facility trainer March 25. During the training, the team practiced entering and exiting a combat zone via Malmstrom’s UH-1N Huey helicopters. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 4/4/2014

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Staff Sgt. James Pulley, 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron Convoy Response Force flight trainer (left), explains to Staff Sgt. John Patnaude, 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force member, different scenarios for a convoy during an integrated TRF and CRF training day at Bldg. 510 on Feb. 4. As part of an ongoing initiative, TRF and CRF trained together to increase skills of security forces members assigned to Malmstrom Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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Airmen of the 341st Security Forces Group Tactical Response Force and 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron Convoy Response Force receive training covering various ‘what if’ convoy scenarios on a sand table at Bldg. 510 on Feb. 4. CRF and TRF train together twice a month to increase efficiencies and knowledge of security forces members at Malmstrom Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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Two gate guards conduct ID checks at Malmstrom’s main gate Feb. 10. Gate guards are on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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Staff Sgt. Antonio Padilla, 341st Security Forces Squadron K-9 handler, and his K-9 partner, Aslan; an explosives detective dog; conduct a random vehicle search at the main gate Feb. 10. At least one K-9 search dog and its handler are always on duty during normal operating hours. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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Security Forces members prepare Humvees for transportation to the missile complex in freezing temperatures Feb. 3. Having the proper cold-weather gear on while outside in the cold is important to avoid frostbite and hypothermia. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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A member of Malmstrom’s 341st Civil Engineer Squadron snow removal team plows a parking lot after receiving several inches of snow in the days prior to Feb. 3. Vehicles as well as the Airmen at Malmstrom Air Force Base must be ready to perform in any type of weather, including the harsh, bitter 40-degree-below-zero weather conditions that were presented Feb. 5.. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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A decommissioned UH-1N Huey helicopter sits on the flight line of Malmstrom Air Force Base. Pilots and aircraft crew members must be aware of changes in weather – including the temperature and wind levels – while operating the helicopters. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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Icicles hang from the fender of one of Malmstrom’s Bearcats. According to members of Malmstrom’s safety office, having an emergency kit – equipped with jumper cables, extra food and water, a flashlight, blankets and other items – is important to keep in all vehicles so that drivers and passengers are prepared for any situation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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A security forces Bearcat and several Humvees sit outside Malmstrom’s 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron Tactical Response Force building with their block heaters plugged in. Vehicles, as well as the Airmen on Malmstrom Air Force Base, must be ready to perform in any type of weather, including the harsh, bitter 40-degree-below-zero weather conditions that were presented Feb. 5. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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A snow plow clears snow from Flightline Drive on Malmstrom Air Force Base after a recent snowfall. Temperatures were in the negatives during the first week of February, making work outside riskier; Airmen across base and within the missile complex had to watch their exposure to the climate even more than usual. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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Snow piles up in the front of a shovel as an Airman clears a sidewalk for pedestrians. Even with colder temperatures, Airmen across base spend many hours bearing the cold to clear sidewalks and roads, which are essential for safe travel. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 2/14/2014

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1st Lt. Robert Hoy, 341st Medical Operations Squadron physician’s assistant, updates a patient’s medical record after a routine medical checkup. At Malmstrom, as well as other nuclear-capable bases, many people are involved in the PRP-monitoring process, including medical professionals, all levels of command and, most importantly, the individuals who are on PRP status. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 1/31/2014

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Tech. Sgt. Tiffany Holoway, 341st Medical Operations Squadron medical technician (right), hands Airman Nathaniel Morris, 341st Medical Support Squadron medical technician, a PRP badge before he begins a routine medical checkup Jan. 17. Medical personnel review PRP members’ medical history and current condition before informing the commander of recommendation for their PRP status. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 1/31/2014

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Airmen from the 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron perform a convoy response force exercise as part of a demonstration for Brig. Gen. James Browne, then Air Force Global Strike Command director of operations, in March 2012. The Airmen simulating this exercise must all be up on their PRP status due to the nature of their job. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner)
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Posted: 1/31/2014

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1st Lt. Robert Hoy, 341st Medical Operations Squadron physician’s assistant, reviews the medical records of Airman Nathaniel Morris, 341st Medical Support Squadron medical technician, before he begins a routine medical checkup. The purpose of the PRP program is to ensure only the personnel who meet the highest standards of reliability perform nuclear-related duties. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 1/31/2014

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Senior Airman Steven Eubank, 341st Security Forces Squadron member (left), visits Staff Sgt. Linda Bagwell, 341st SFS PRP monitor, to find out his PRP status. Airmen who have information regarding their PRP status must immediately contact their certifying official to inform them of any changes. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 1/31/2014

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A1C Perry

Airman 1st Class Sterling Perry (right) and his coworker, Senior Airman Taylor Knox, both 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron missile communication technicians, look over telephone line schematics to prepare for a maintenance job. Perry and other members of his shop occasionally deploy to the missile complex for maintenance jobs – these trips to the field can sometimes take up to 16 hours. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 1/31/2014

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Airman 1st Class Sterling Perry, 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron missile communications technician, starts to remove a radio amplifier in a maintenance trainer Jan. 24. Armed with a positive attitude, Perry is known in his shop for making people laugh and his good work ethic. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cortney Paxton)
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Posted: 1/31/2014

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LF Recap Exercise

A 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron Airman searches an exercise casualty during a Launch Facility recapture exercise Oct. 15 near Power, Mont. The exercise allowed Airmen to practice emergency procedures in the event an individual or group gained access to an LF. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. R.J. Biermann)
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Posted: 10/17/2013

    

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