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  • 341st Maintenance Group

    The 341st Maintenance Group maximizes ICBM readiness and lethality by ensuring assigned launch facilities, launch control centers, and support equipment are safe, serviceable, and properly configured to meet mission needs. The units of the 341st Maintenance Group include the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron, 741st Maintenance Squadron and 341st Munitions Squadron.
  • 341st Medical Group

    The 341st Medical Group is responsible for all medical and dental care for nearly 15,000 beneficiaries throughout north-central Montana. The group's mission is to maximize nuclear surety by optimizing 341st Missile Wing personnel health, wellness and readiness through comprehensive managed health care systems emphasizing health promotion and preventive medicine. The units of the 341st Medical Group include the 341st Healthcare Operations Squadron and 341st Operational Medical Readiness Squadron.
  • 341st Missile Wing

    The 341st Missile Wing, headquartered at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, is one of three U.S. Air Force Bases that operates, maintains and secures the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).
  • 341st Missile Wing History

    The 341st Missile Wing's history dates back to Sept. 15, 1942, when it was activated as the 341st Bombardment Group. Following a period of redesignation and inactivation, the unit activated as the 341st Strategic Missile Wing at Malmstrom AFB, Montana, under Strategic Air Command. The wing's first flight of Minuteman I missiles, assigned to the 10th Strategic Missile Squadron, became alert-ready Oct. 26, 1962, during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
  • 341st Mission Support Group

    The 341st Mission Support Group provides world-class support to enable the warfighter mission of the 341st Missile Wing on Malmstrom Air Force Base and across the 13,800 square mile complex. The support group provides the war-fighting and peacetime support to the 341st Missile Wing. This includes resource protection, engineering and construction, disaster preparedness, personnel administration, communication services, recreation facilities, dining and lodging services and worldwide contingency mobility forces. The units of the 341st Mission Support Group include the 341st Civil Engineer Squadron, 341st Communications Squadron, 341st Logistics Readiness Squadron, 341st Contracting Squadron and 341st Force Support Squadron.
  • 341st Operations Group

    The 341st Operations Group provides lethal combat capability by delivering long-range precision nuclear strikes within a moment's notice. It consists of more than 400 operators, administrators and facility managers, and is composed of three missile squadrons, an operations support squadron, and a standardization and evaluation element. Each of the operations group’s three missile squadrons are responsible for five missile alert facilities and 50 launch facilities. The units of the 341st Operations Group include the 10th Missile Squadron, 12th Missile Squadron, 490th Missile Squadron and 341st Operations Support Squadron.
  • 341st Security Forces Group

    The 341st Security Forces Group secures and defends the 341st Missile Wing's combat capability. It ensures the most stringent security forces' support to the largest ICBM complex in the world through effective management of all war-fighting and peacetime security taskings assigned to the 341st Missile Wing. The units of the 341st Security Forces Group include the 341st Security Forces Squadron, 341st Missile Security Forces Squadron, 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron, 841st Missile Security Forces Squadron and 341st Missile Security Operations Squadron.
  • 40th Helicopter Squadron

    The 40th Helicopter Squadron ensures strategic security by providing flexible, rapid-response helicopter airlift support to the 341st Missile Wing. The 40th also performs aerial surveillance of Department of Defense strategic weapon convoys and short notice emergency security forces responses; supports emergency war order taskings, and priority personnel and logistical transportation.
  • 819th RED HORSE Squadron

    Rapid Engineer Deployable, Heavy Operational Repair Squadron, Engineer (RED HORSE) squadrons provide the Air Force with a highly mobile civil engineering response force to support contingency and special operations worldwide. The 819th RHS is a self-sufficient, 240-person mobile squadron capable of rapid response and independent operations in remote, austere environments worldwide.
  • Air Force Global Strike Command

    Air Force Global Strike Command, activated Aug. 7, 2009, is a major command with its headquarters at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, in the Shreveport-Bossier City community. AFGSC is responsible for the nation's three intercontinental ballistic missile wings, the Air Force’s entire bomber force, to include B-52, B-1 and B-2 wings, the Long Range Strike Bomber program, Air Force Nuclear Command, Control and Communications (NC3) systems, and operational and maintenance support to organizations within the nuclear enterprise.