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  • 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.
  • 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
  • Twin defenders pursue education, future commission together

    Inspired by a video series depicting civilians in military training, twin brothers native to Detroit set off to join the United States Air Force.Airman 1st Class Leland Spratt and Airman 1st Class Lemuel Spratt, 341st Missile Security Forces Squadron members, spent all but a few days of their lives together. Now, they’re serving together at the
  • CE, MDG keep Malmstrom’s water clean

    Water is a necessity for all life. So, how does the base ensure the water quality meets federal and state regulations for the Airmen and their families serving at Malmstrom?Airmen from the 341st Civil Engineer Squadron environmental and 341st Medical Operations Squadron bioenvironmental engineering sections work together to provide monthly and
  • Tactical response force enhances weapon skills

    The 341st Security Support Squadron tactical response force at Malmstrom is responsible for preventing and denying the capture of the base’s nuclear assets that are scattered throughout its 13,800 square-mile missile complex.TRF Airmen take on positions as assaulters, breachers or nuclear advanced designated marksmen and undergo advanced specialty
  • Mental health strengthens whole Airman concept

    Located toward the back of the 341st Medical Group clinic is a discreet, private office with blinds hanging from the door’s window for patient comfortability and privacy. This location is mental health and the Airmen there are ready to assist individuals with finding the help they need.Senior Airman Ricardo Batista, 341st Medical Operations
  • Electrical shop conserves base energy

    Multiple job taskers fill a white erase board hanging on a wall in an office at the electrical shop. More than 15 white magnets with black letters describe the job and its current status as the Airmen prepare for the day ahead of them.Every morning starts with a meeting. A meeting designating who will work where and who will do what. The Airmen
  • Emergency management keeps base prepared

    In times of crises, the base has standards and procedures to respond to an immediate emergency. To assist in preparing the base, the 341st Civil Engineer Squadron’s readiness and emergency management flight provides training and maintains communication with other agencies on base to ensure Malmstrom continues to be a safe, secure and effective
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