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  • Team Malmstrom showcases Wing One to Chief Sullivan

    Air Force Space Command's senior enlisted leader visited Malmstrom Nov. 29 to Dec. 1. Chief Master Sgt. Michael Sullivan, command chief master sergeant for AFSPC, met with Malmstrom's enlisted members and discussed with them the challenges and issues facing this command. "The command has historically done a good job of communicating the importance
  • In a race towards recovery

    In a year when the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron experienced a huge level of success earning numerous Air Force Space Command-level awards and defeating their competition in Guardian Challenge, it also suffered a devastating blow when one of their own was diagnosed with cancer. Senior Airman Stephen Boyd, a member of the 44-person periodic
  • Great Falls Naval vets recount their experiences at Pearl Harbor

    Thursday marks the 65th anniversary of the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, officially bringing the United States into World War II. Two Great Falls residents, retired Commander J.D. Hodapp, Jr. and retired Chief Petty Officer Tom Parr, are no strangers to the events of Dec. 7, 1941. Both men were stationed at Pearl Harbor during the attacks.
  • Community, military train to aid in disaster

    Members of Team Malmstrom and the Great Falls community participated in a three day Community Emergency Response Team course Nov. 15 through 17. There were 26 individuals in training, 16 of which hail from Malmstrom. CERT training educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster
  • Spirit award aimed at unit cohesion, pride

    Malmstrom implemented a new award at the most recent quarterly awards ceremony Oct. 27 - the Spirit Award. The Spirit Award is a wooden trophy with a carving of a grizzly bear on the top. Winners are tasked with coming up with something to represent their unit to add to the award each quarter. Every three months, it will be re-awarded to the unit
  • Lincoln Drive to receive new look

    Housing construction on Malmstrom is everywhere you look and the latest area to be fenced off to prepare for new units is in the Lincoln Drive area. It also includes the long-time vacant units on Washington Circle that once housed the chief master sergeants stationed here. "There are 310 units being demolished in this phase of the project," said
  • Federal grant given to combat underage drinking in Cascade County

    Federal officials announced in August that five bases, including Malmstrom, and their surrounding host counties, would receive grant money to help address and combat underage drinking. In a ceremony Oct. 17, a representative from the Montana Board of Crime Control, Patti Jacques, made the presentation - $350,000 - to members of the Cascade County
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