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  • Video game sparks service, deterrence fuels passion

    While combat-based video games might not always depict the experience of a typical enlisted member, they often inspire people to join the military. Those who are moved to join by gaming sometimes become more passionate about what they do in the military than they were about the game.
  • Keeping Malmstrom armed and ready

    Malmstrom Air Force Base operates, maintains and defends a critical component of America’s strategic forces: Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles. In keeping our nation’s critical assets secure, security forces members, along with maintainers and operators, need to be certain their equipment will function as designed.
  • Pushing the baseline

    Everyone knows an apple is healthier than a cinnamon bun, but we don’t always choose the apple. According to Kirk Clark, 341st Operational Medical Readiness Squadron health promotion coordinator, part of what he does is help people understand why they choose the cinnamon bun more often than the apple, and how they can change their thinking and habits to choose the apple more.
  • Malmstrom Honor Guard

    Rendering a final salute to a fallen service member and handing a folded flag to their next of kin is not something that’s easy to do or taken lightly. That’s why service in the Honor Guard is reserved for those who want to exemplify Air Force tradition, honor and core values.
  • Malmstrom ALS graduation banquet

    As the first professional military enhancement course Airmen attend, ALS is a milestone in the career of enlisted Airmen.
  • Rivet Mile: Total Force exemplified

    The all-civilian team at the 583rd Missile Maintenance Squadron, better known as Rivet MILE, maintain, modify and manufacture an array of nuclear enterprise equipment and strategic ground support systems.
  • Motorcycle safety

    Motorcycle safety video illustrating the risks motorcyclists face in Montana.
  • Malmstrom Chief Induction Ceremony

    Video production of Malmstrom AFB's chief induction ceremony.
  • Electronics Laboratory: if it breaks, they fix it

    “ELAB is the electronics laboratory. We basically work on equipment form the field, support equipment, critical components to the weapon system itself."
  • Mental health flight helps heal invisible wounds

    Just because a wound is invisible, doesn’t mean it isn’t deep or that it doesn’t need to be cared for. Post-traumatic stress disorder is an invisible wound and a mental health condition some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event. Traumatic events are any deeply distressing or disturbing experience, such as combat, sexual assault, the loss of a loved one or receiving a severe injury.
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