Malmstrom Air Force Base   Right Corner Banner
Join the Air Force

Photos > Media Gallery
Selected : People : On the job

48 Result(s) Found

Show 12 24 48
 
MAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortableMAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortable
MAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortable

Staff Sgt. Terell Ballard, 341st Force Support Squadron senior missile chef, places chicken on a grill March 16 at a missile alert facility near Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Each MAF is stocked with a variety of foods, which can be ordered of a custom menu for each meal. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
MAF life: ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/27/2015

MAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortableMAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortable
MAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortable

Staff Sgt. Terell Ballard, 341st Force Support Squadron senior missile chef, calculates the costs of meals March 16 at a missile alert facility near Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Ballard takes orders before each meal and must collect and secure payment for them until he can return to base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
MAF life: ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/27/2015

MAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortableMAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortable
MAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortable

Tech. Sgt. Garry Swanson, 10th Missile Squadron facility manager, pours salt into a water filter March 16 at a missile alert facility near Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Swanson is responsible for making sure all the components of the MAF function properly, and to perform routine maintenance. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
MAF life: ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/27/2015

MAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortableMAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortable
MAF life: Making nuclear deterrence more comfortable

Tech. Sgt. Garry Swanson, 10th Missile Squadron facility manager, hand-cranks a fuel pump March 16 at a missile alert facility near Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Swanson needed to hand-crank the pump because he was waiting on a repair for the automatic pump on the fuel tank. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
MAF life: ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/27/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

Snipers from the 341st Security Forces Support Squadron tactical response force provide cover during a missile launch facility recapture simulation as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 18 near Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

Snipers from the 341st Security Forces Support Squadron tactical response force provide cover during a missile launch facility recapture simulation as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 18 near Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

A member of the 341st Security Forces Group guards a missile launch facility during an LF recapture simulation as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 18 near Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

A member of the 341st Security Forces Group guards a missile launch facility during an LF recapture simulation as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 18 near Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

Members of the 341st Security Forces Group simulate a missile launch facility recapture as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 18 near Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

A flight crew from the 40th Helicopter Squadron drops off members of the 341st Security Forces Support Squadron tactical response force team during a simulated a launch facility recapture as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 18 near Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

A member of the 341st Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team removes a rope from a simulated improvised explosive device as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 17 at Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

341st Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team members use a robot to pick up and transport a simulated improvised explosive device as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 17 at Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

341st Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team members use a robot to pick up and transport a simulated improvised explosive device as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 17 at Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

Grizzly Rampart ExerciseGrizzly Rampart Exercise
Grizzly Rampart Exercise

A member of the 341st Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team probes the ground for simulated unexploded ordnance as part of the Grizzly Rampart training exercise March 17 at Malmstrom Air Force Base. The exercise was implemented to evaluate the readiness of the 341st Missile Wing and ensure first-responder Airmen know and follow the standards set in place for real-world events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
Grizzly Rampart ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/20/2015

mission tourmission tour
mission tour

Staff Sgt. Paul Lewis, 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron team leader, shows Airmen the equipment security forces personnel use when escorting missile maintainers to the missile field and at the launch facilities, during a mission orientation tour at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont . (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Delia Marchick)
mission tour


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/13/2015

mission tourmission tour
mission tour

Staff Sgt. Eric McElroy, 40th Helicopter Squadron special mission aviator, provides a tour of a UH-1N helicopter to Airmen on a mission orientation tour at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. The tour is part of inprocessing for first-term Airmen and incoming personnel. The 40th HS is one of many stops made on the tour. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Delia Marchick)
mission tour


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/13/2015

mission tourmission tour
mission tour

2nd Lt. Wesley Griffith, 341st Operations Group ICBM evaluator deputy combat crew commander and 1st Lt. Micheal Kraft, 12th Missile Squadron ICBM combat crew instructor, go through a simulated training checklist in the missile procedures trainer March 5. The MPT is the first stop on the monthly mission orientation tour held at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Delia Marchick)
mission tour


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/13/2015

CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFBCMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB
CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody (center right) controls a robot used by Malmstrom Air Force Base’s explosive ordnance disposal team during a tour of the base March 9. Cody learned how EOD members use robotic platforms to capture and destroy improvised explosive devices. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
CMSAF visits ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/12/2015

CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFBCMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB
CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody speaks to Airmen from Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., March 10. During the all call, Cody spoke on where he believed the Air Force will be heading in coming years and the programs that will soon be implemented to bring a better quality of life to Airmen currently serving. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
CMSAF visits ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/12/2015

CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFBCMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB
CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody speaks with students at Malmstrom Air Force Base’s Airman Leadership School during his tour of the base March 8-10. As he spoke to the students, Cody shared personal stories and lessons he learned as a young Airman, and how those learning lessons developed him into who he is today. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
CMSAF visits ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/12/2015

CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFBCMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB
CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody (right) speaks with members of Malmstrom Air Force Base’s explosives ordnance disposal team during a tour of the base March 8-10. Cody spent time with the Airmen and learned of their mission at Malmstrom and the additional support they provide to local community law enforcement agencies. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
CMSAF visits ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/12/2015

CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFBCMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB
CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB

Security forces personnel from the 341st Security Forces Group explain key components of a launch facility at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., to Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody (right) during a tour of the base March 8-10. As part of his visit, Cody toured missile alert facilities and learned how Airmen operate on a day-to-day basis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
CMSAF visits ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/12/2015

CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFBCMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB
CMSAF visits Malmstrom AFB

Members of the 341st Security Forces Group put on a military working dog demonstration for Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody during a tour of Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., March 8-10. Before the demonstration, Cody learned of the vehicles, equipment and weapons Malmstrom’s defenders use while deployed to the missile field. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
CMSAF visits ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/12/2015

ELAB ELAB
ELAB

Staff Sgt. Christopher Setts, 341st Maintenance Operations Squadron electronics lab team chief (left), performs a checkout of a communications drawer as Airman 1st Class Rachel Barnes, 341st MOS ELAB technician, assists during a routine maintenance session March 5. For the checkout, a ground maintenance automated test station is used to evaluate the systems components and ensure the equipment is ready to be placed back into a live facility. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
ELAB


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/9/2015

ELAB ELAB
ELAB

Staff Sgt. Nicholas Buck, , 341st Maintenance Operations Squadron electronics lab team chief (right), performs an inspection on a launch facility component as Senior Airman Christopher Scott, 341st MOS ELAB technician, assists during a routine maintenance session March 5. During maintenance, technicians must be grounded as they work on equipment to ensure static shock does not damage fragile equipment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
ELAB


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/9/2015

ELAB ELAB
ELAB

Airman 1st Class Rachel Barnes, 341st Maintenenace Operations Squadron electronics lab technician (left), vacuums dust from a communications drawer as Staff Sgt. Christopher Setts, 341st MOS ELAB team chief, assists during a routine maintenance session March 5. Before repairs can begin, all equipment must be thoroughly cleaned of dust and debris. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
ELAB


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/9/2015

ELAB ELAB
ELAB

Staff Sgt. Christopher Setts, 341st Maintenance Operations Squadron electronics lab team chief, reviews technical orders before performing routine parts maintenance in the electroncs lab March 5. Technical orders provide necessary guidance in order to perform accurate maintenance on various systems and components, for ELAB technicians,. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
ELAB


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 3/9/2015

honor guardhonor guard
honor guard

Senior Airmen Whitney Eisinger and Donald Myers, Malmstrom Air Force Base Honor Guard members, practice unfolding the flag into the table-top position during their honor guard duty week. The two-person flag fold is the sequence normally performed by the Malmstrom Honor Guard. There are two different flag folding sequences utilized by the Air Force base honor guard, the two-person and the six person flag fold. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Delia Marchick)
honor guard


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/11/2015

honor guardhonor guard
honor guard

Senior Airman Donald Myers presents the folded flag to Senior Airman Whitney Eisinger, both Malmstrom Air Force Base Honor Guard members, as they practice the two-person flag folding during training days of their duty week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Delia Marchick)
honor guard


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/11/2015

honor guardhonor guard
honor guard

Malmstrom Air Force Base Honor Guard uniforms hang in a uniform closet. Uniforms are issued to honor guardsmen on the first day the members start their contract. The trainers and more experiences honor guardsmen help the new members prepare their ceremonial uniforms. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Delia Marchick)
honor guard


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/11/2015

honor guardhonor guard
honor guard

Senior Airmen Whitney Eisinger and Donald Myers, Malmstrom Air Force Base Honor Guard members, practice a two-person flag fold during their honor guard duty week. Honor guard members are required to attend two eight-hour days of training and practice at the beginning of their duty week. They are on-call throughout the full duty week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Delia Marchick)
honor guard


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/11/2015

Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skillsMalmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills
Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills

Dozens of different keys hang on a wall at the 341st Civil Engineer Squadron lock shop Feb. 3, 2015, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Each key is used for different bands of locks and each has a specific number of tumblers it can work with. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Malmstrom ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skillsMalmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills
Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills

Jeff Kaul, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron locksmith, places tumblers back into a lock during a re-keying Feb. 3, 2015, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Whenever a new key is needed for a building’s door, Kaul has to re-key the lock to make it compliant with the new key. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Malmstrom ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skillsMalmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills
Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills

Senior Airman Kenny Smith, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron structural journeyman, disassembles a lock to re-key it Feb. 3, 2015, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Re-keying involves stripping a lock down to its bare essentials and replacing the tumblers and springs inside it. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Malmstrom ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skillsMalmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills
Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills

Jeff Kaul, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron locksmith, demonstrates how to deconstruct a door handle Feb. 3, 2015, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Some instances require Kaul to completely disassemble a mechanism to clean or replace parts within. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Malmstrom ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skillsMalmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills
Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills

An automatic key-cutting machine carves divots into a blank key Feb. 3, 2015, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. The machine is able to cut keys at a much faster rate than the older, hand-operated ones. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Malmstrom ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skillsMalmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills
Malmstrom locksmiths have combination of key skills

Jeff Kaul, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron locksmith, demonstrates how to use an electronic combination lock Feb. 3, 2015, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Kaul maintains, installs and builds locks for all establishments on base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Malmstrom ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 4. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 4. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 4. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 2. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 2. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 2. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 2. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 2. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 2. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

Missile MaintenanceMissile Maintenance
Missile Maintenance

Airmen from the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron worked to keep the launch facilities in the missile field working at optimal levels Feb. 2. Their work included swapping out batteries which keep the LFs running, removing one missile and replacing another. Maintenance in the field is essential in keeping missiles ready and on alert at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston)
Missile ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/6/2015

StorytellersStorytellers
Storytellers

On Feb. 27, six individuals from across Malmstrom Air Force Base will share stories of how they overcame adversities to include cancer, divorce, alcoholism, depression, immigration, disadvantaged circumstances, the illness of a parent and the survival of an improvised explosive device blast. Storytellers was created to encourage Airmen to share stories, to get the stories out in the open and to watch them change lives. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Senior Master Sgt. Lee Hoover)
Storytellers


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/5/2015

    

 Inside Malmstrom AFB

ima cornerSearch

ima cornerCategories
All Photos
   Aircraft
   History
   Malmstrom Museum
   Medical
   People
      On the job

Site Map      Contact Us     Questions     USA.gov     Security and Privacy notice     E-publishing  
Suicide Prevention    SAPR   IG   EEO   Accessibility/Section 508   No FEAR Act