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  • Assistant fire chief wins Air Force-level GEICO award

    The assistant fire chief of the 341st Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Protection Flight, recently won the Government Employee Insurance Company Military Public Service Award for fire prevention and safety at the Air Force level. His innovative approach to fire safety and prevention, along with years of experience, helped his award package make its way
  • SFG brings nuclear security into 21st century

    "Sir, I am going to try and get that round peg into that square hole."Those were the words Maj. Joseph Musacchia, 341st Security Support Squadron commander, spoke to Col. Steve Asher, 341st Security Forces Group commander, approximately six months ago. The two were discussing how to employ several thousands of dollars in security technology that
  • Rescue puts fireman in position for heroism award

    "He risked his life to save mine."Those are the words of Don Beatty - they are also the reason why Staff Sgt. Paul Nowak, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron, was selected as the AFSPC Air Force Sergeant's Association Pitsenbarger Heroism Award Nominee for 2006.On Aug. 18, 2005, Mr. Beatty's ultralight aircraft became tangled in power lines north of
  • Clinic gets top rating

    The 341st Medical Group has become the first Air Force Medical Treatment Facility to achieve accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, since a new contract was signed between the AAAHC and the DoD in April 2006, according to Col. Chad Harris, commander.The AAAHC survey team arrived April 25 along with IG inspectors
  • 40th Helicopter Squadron records save 364

    A UH-1N "Huey" crew from the 40th Helicopter Squadron recorded the unit's first night-save of 2006 when they rescued an injured woman near Canary Peak northwest of Gardner, Mont., Sunday.The woman, a 25-year-old U.S. Forest Services employee, broke her leg and back while doing a survey of Aspen trees in the area.A mercy-flight helicopter was called
  • MXG gains communications personnel

    In an effort to consolidate missile field maintenance activities, approximately 80 members of the 341st Communications Squadron are being reassigned to the 341st Maintenance Group. The five sections affected by this change are satellite communications maintenance, missile radio maintenance, strategic communications maintenance, hardened intersite
  • Airman awarded for volunteerism with trip

    No stranger to volunteering, Airman 1st Class Juliana Nualta, a financial management customer support technician from the 341st Comptroller Squadron, was chosen to attend a drunk-driving conference in Baltimore, Md., because of her unsurpassed Airmen Against Drunk Driving volunteer hours. Since she began volunteering in December, Airman Nualta has
  • Malmstrom's CSAF Survey results released

    Almost 2,000 Malmstrom members - active duty military, guard, reservists, appropriated and non-appropriated civilians - took the time to respond to the Chief of Staff of the Air Force Survey. The results of the survey have been released and leadership at all levels is committed to getting the word out. Areas on the survey that received the highest
  • Guardsmen train for certification

    The Montana National Guard's 83rd Civil Support Team, from Fort Harrison, Helena, Mont., completed their Initial Collective Lanes Training here Tuesday. The 10- day ICLT tested the team's ability to respond to domestic terrorist threats.Cadre from 5th Army, out of Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, conducted the training, aided by the 341st
  • USSTRATCOM Commander shares vision with Team Malmstrom

    Gen. James Cartwright, U.S. Strategic Command commander, visited Malmstrom July 12 to tour a missile alert facility and then speak to Wing One members. Shortly after arriving in Great Falls, Gen. Cartwright and Col. Sandy Finan, 341st Space Wing commander, along with other Malmstrom leadership, flew to MAF S-0 where the general got a first-hand
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