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  • Have a merry, thrifty holiday

    Christmas music and pumpkin candles, candy and pet treats are at the top of every checkout aisle weeks before Americans even celebrate Thanksgiving, and there is definitely no escaping computer, radio and television suggestions for what gifts to buy for friends and family during the holiday season."Spending a lot of money on gifts can be stressful
  • Toastmasters builds leaders, instills confidence

    Public speaking: for some, it’s as easy as breathing. But for others, working up the nerve to speak in front of people is a scary thing. At the 341st Missile Wing Toastmasters, individuals are encouraged to enhance their public speaking skills and step out of their comfort zone.
  • Radiologist technicians at work

    For total patient wellness, doctors rely on no only their own expertise, but also other clinical departments to understand each patient's needs. When it comes to diagnostic imaging, doctors seek out radiology specialists.
  • Help, recovery and healing for sexual assault

    Some of our Airmen just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Some of our Airmen were maliciously targeted. And some of our Airmen simply can’t remember. These individuals, as well as many others, are on a tragic and confusing path, but help is available.
  • Tired driving, know before you go!

    Some jobs require multiple hours of alertness, and to stay awake, some Airmen rely on energy drinks, which can mask a person’s tiredness.
  • EOD Airman thwarts knife attack

    Senior Airman Juddson Hydrick, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal team member, was in front of a Redbox looking at movies with his family at a Walmart center in Great Falls, Montana, Aug. 19, 2018, when he looked up and saw a man with a chokehold on a female Subway employee. The man held a knife to her throat.Hydrick further
  • Meet the new 341st MW command chief

    What are the odds of becoming the command chief of a base in your hometown? Many plan to only stay in for the initial four-year enlistment, but some exceed their expectations and get the chance to serve where they always wanted to.
  • Wingman to all

    Airmen fall under a certain culture - a wingman culture. Called to protect fellow Airmen, demonstrate courage and strength, being a wingman is vital to the success of the Air Force.Air Force Instruction 1-1, Air Force Standards, states: “Being a good wingman means taking care of fellow Airmen – and taking action when signs of trouble are
  • Airmen Shining on the Diamond

    Dreams of sharing a platform with champions like Michael Jordan, Mia Hamm or Babe Ruth run through the minds of many young athletes.Recently, several Airmen at Malmstrom Air Force Base ascended toward this plateau.Last month Malmstrom’s men’s softball team, Wing One, became the state champions for their division.“State championships are hard to
  • Last line of defense

    Preventative actions can be taken to stay out of harm’s way. In some instances though, being cautious isn’t enough.Car accidents occur frequently and being inside a vehicle adds an extra layer of protection, but motorcyclists involved in vehicular accidents is another story.Recently, such an accident occurred at an intersection just outside the
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