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  • Air Force tests child care subletting app at 8 installations

    The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center is testing a mobile app designed to centralize and streamline the subletting of short-term slots at military child development centers this summer.
  • 741st Maintenance Squadron changes command

    Maj. Michael B. Hampton, right, accepts command of the 741st Maintenance Squadron from Col. Nathan Mitchell, left, 341st Maintenance Group commander, during a change of command ceremony June 24, 2021, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Master Sgt. Kristi Leaman, 741st MXS first sergeant, looks on. (U.S. Air Force photo by Heather Heiney)
  • Taking care: providing child care during the pandemic

    Last year, all three missile wings, located at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, Malmstrom AFB, Montana and Minot AFB, North Dakota, had to make operational adjustments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of completing the regular one to four day alerts to the missile field, missileers, maintainers, defenders, facility managers and chefs,
  • Medic training critical to readiness

    Both Malmstrom Air Force Base’s fleet of Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles and its Airmen stay ready to respond and defend America’s way of life at any time. Just like missile maintainers take care of the ICBMs and keep them in top condition, the 341st Medical Group is charged with maximizing its Airmen’s health, fitness and readiness.
  • Helping in times of need: 2020 Air Force Spouse of the Year

    Military spouses experience many challenges: moving frequently, having their spouse deploy for long periods of time, juggling finances, education and more. One military spouse has taken these challenges head-on and turned them into opportunities, while also taking home the 2020 Air Force Spouse of the Year award.
  • 341st Operational Medical Readiness Squadron change of command

    Lt. Col. Darren Damiani, 341st OMRS incoming commander, right, assumes command from Col. Mark Pomerinke, 341st Medical Group commander, during a change of command ceremony, June 16, 2021 at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Founded in the 2019 medical group reorganization, the 341st OMRS focuses on providing proactive care to active duty Airmen and
  • Current PCS, household goods affected by supply shortages

    According to a newly released communiqué from the Air Force’s Personal Property Activity Headquarters, “Department of Defense demand this peak (PCS) season has greatly exceeded commercial industry capabilities, largely due to resource constraints associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Per industry, this resulted in a 25% decrease in their labor pool, resulting in (decreased) personal property movement capacity necessary to support private sector and government demand.”
  • Air Force coins official Maintenance Duty Uniform, adds immediate wear of tactical OCP caps

    Air Force commanders of units with aircraft maintenance, industrial and other labor intensive Air Force Specialty Codes will have the option to authorize wear of a standardized, maintenance duty uniform, also referred to as coveralls, which may be worn on a day-to-day basis upon publication of the updated AFI 36-2903 anticipated for August 2021.
  • 341st Force Support Squadron change of command

    Col. Lisa Martinez, left, 341st Mission Support Group commander, and Maj. Kristina Eclevia, right, 341st Force Support Squadron outgoing commander, clap for Lt. Col. Corrie Pecoraro, center, 341st FSS incoming commander during a change of command ceremony June 11, 2021, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. The 341st FSS mission is to enhance
  • Air Force readdresses women’s hair standard after feedback

    The change addresses feedback received since the previous guidance was originally published. Specifically, women voiced concerns over difficulty related to securing hair in a manner that does not extend beyond the head.
  • Attention to detail on, off duty

    From inspecting repairs to working on cars, one Malmstrom civil engineer has an eye for detail on-and-off duty.
  • Airman revisits home country with AF LEAP

    He speaks Ukrainian, Russian and English fluently, possesses an undergraduate degree in political science and international studies with a minor in history, and has a master’s degree in public international affairs with a focus in national security.
  • Life of a medical lab tech

    Joining the military provides people the opportunity to travel the world and see new places. Whether it’s to a new state or a new country, most Airmen will have the opportunity to travel and live somewhere they’ve never been before. For Senior Airman Philip Fisketjon, 341st Medical Group medical laboratory technician, living in the United States is his second taste of living somewhere new.
  • National Immunization Awareness Month

    Each month of the year has its own special observances. August has National Immunization Awareness to highlight the importance of vaccinations.
  • “Wing One” Airman prepares for Military World Games

    Finishing second place overall and first among Air Force athletes, with a time of 1:54:59 at the
  • TMO ensures a smooth transition

    Summer time is here, which means it’s Permanent Change of Station season. When it comes to packing,
  • Outbound Assignments tackle Code 50

    The month of June marks the beginning of summer, but it also marks permanent change of station season for Airmen due to move.
  • Meet a missile maintainer

    From Jacksonville, North Carolina, Senior Airman Karlis Hardesty, 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron electromechanical team field runner, has been stationed at Malmstrom for almost three years.
  • From sandy beaches to rocky mountains

    Growing up more than 3,000 miles away on the beaches of Puerto Rico, Airman Yolinette Frontany Sanchez, 341st Force Support Squadron food service apprentice, never imagined herself living in cold, land-locked Montana.
  • From Airman to General

    “All I’ve ever wanted to do in my life is join the Air Force,” said Airman 1st Class Andrew Green, 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron missile maintainer. Originally from Green, Ohio, Green has known since he was six years old he wanted to join the military. His grandfather, who served at Pearl Harbor with the Marine Corps, was his biggest influencer for answering his nation’s call.

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