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  • Cookie Express delivers sweets to Airmen

    Volunteers from several organizations came together for the Cookie Express to show their appreciation to Airmen this holiday season.The Cookie Express is a cookie drive that has combined the efforts of local and base communities to bring Airmen cookies for the past 15 years.Paper bags were given to the base Youth Center to be decorated while cards
  • Arden G. Hill Memorial Library – much more than books

    The sky’s the limit on information when visiting the Arden G. Hill Memorial Library at Malmstrom.Linda “Dixie” Paronto, 341st Force Support Squadron base librarian, describes it as “much more than a library.”In talking to Paronto, she paints the picture that it’s more of a futuristic spaceship with any kind of information easily available: 3-D
  • Malmstrom AFB unit earns top DoD maintenance award

    The 341st Maintenance Group, 341st Missile Wing, Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, is this year’s recipient of the Defense Department’s Phoenix Award for Maintenance Excellence, according to DoD officials. Best Maintenance UnitThe department announced the Phoenix Award winner at this year's secretary of defense maintenance awards ceremony, Dec.
  • Malmstrom opens new resilience center

    After months of planning and help from volunteers across the base, the new resilience center is now open.The resilience center, located at Building 1145, is open to anyone with base access and offers massage chairs, relaxation rooms, free Wi-Fi, video game systems, a patio with picnic tables and a gas grill, books, a conference room for private
  • Scholarships for military children opens Dec. 15

    The holiday season is a busy time of year, with enough deadlines, preparations and celebrations to tax even the most organized among us. That’s why the Defense Commissary Agency is informing its patrons now that the Fisher House Foundation’s Scholarships for Military Children program will begin accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year
  • Airmen give back during Thanksgiving

    On Thanksgiving, many planned on spending time with their families. However, Airmen from Malmstrom used the opportunity to give back to the senior community.More than 75 Airmen teamed up with Meals on Wheels America to prepare and deliver meals to the community. The meals consisted of hot and cold versions of Thanksgiving dinner such as mashed
  • Giving the gift of life through surrogacy

    For most, a scheduled induction means leaving the hospital with a baby to take home.On Nov. 9, Staff Sgt. Grace Hoyt, 341st Missile Wing chaplain assistant, checked into labor and delivery at 5 a.m. to give birth to a baby that she would not be bringing home.Hoyt is one of a few mothers who has chosen to be a surrogate mother, to grow a baby in her
  • Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders visit Malmstrom

    The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders visited Malmstrom to spend time with Airmen and deployed affected families as part of their 82nd USO tour.The DCC met with Airmen from across the base and had lunch with deployed affected families to enhance morale and welfare, and show appreciation for the sacrifices their families make.“It is such an honor to be out
  • Got a cough? Don't call, walk in!

    Have a cough, sore throat or runny nose and need over-the-counter medication?Family health at the Malmstrom clinic is now offering walk-in services for coughs and colds.“This allows patients better access to health care and improves the ability to be seen locally instead of being referred downtown,” said Maj. Ryan Seymour, 341st Medical Operations
  • Winter holiday fires by the numbers

    Statistics and information for this article were provided by nfpa.org.   The 341st Civil Engineer Squadron Fire and Emergency services, along with National Fire Protection Association, recommend individuals take the time to review these safety reports, adhere to their findings, and follow all fire safety rules and regulations throughout the