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  • Team Malmstrom assists with determining threat level of suspicious pacakage

    A 13-person team from three organizations at Malmstrom were called out to assist officials of the Blackfeet Tribal community with determining the contents of a suspicious package found on the reservation in Browning, Mont., Jan. 24. "We initially received the call from the command post about 2 p.m.," said Capt. Aaron Weaver, 341st Medical
  • Gen. Chilton gets acquainted with Team Malmstrom

    The commander of Air Force Space Command visited Malmstrom AFB Jan. 24, and addressed Airmen about the importance of their role in the Global War on Terrorism and the roles they play in shaping the Air Force to meet today's military needs. Gen. Kevin P. Chilton, who became AFSPC's commander in June 2006, marked his first visit to the 341st Space
  • Bedenbender rallies bell ringers to earn $22K for charity

    For one 19-year Air Force Security Forces veteran, "having a positive impact on his career field and the Air Force as a whole," are two of his goals for the future. If the actions as the wing point of contact for the 2006 Salvation Army Bell Ringers program can be counted, he's well on his way to achieving those goals. Master Sgt. Jim Bedenbender,
  • Aces High, ODR win best in AFSPC

    Two Malmstrom Services programs won awards in the period that started Oct. 1, 2005 and ended Sept. 30, 2006. Aces High Bowling Center and Outdoor Recreation won best in Air Force Space Command for outstanding innovation, management, customer focus and satisfaction, as well as operational results. Aces High was singled out primarily for innovation.
  • Missileer picked up by Tops in Blue for '07

    A violinist of 16 years and vocalist of three years, Capt. Alexander Ruiz, 10th Missile Squadron, has been selected to perform with and serve as tour director for Tops in Blue's 2007 tour. Tops in Blue serves as an expeditionary entertainment unit to provide quality entertainment from within Air Force resources for the Air Force family, with
  • Aiming High: Sergeant masters sport of skeet shooting

    When Master Sergeant John Barnes joined the Air Force 21 years ago, he didn't know at the time that tried and true recruiting message would become a personal part of his agenda. He did know he liked to shoot at targets, he was a trap shooter in high school. But in 1987, he was introduced to skeet shooting and he entered his first competition in
  • 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
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