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  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Power production maintains alert operations

    Malmstrom Airmen are responsible for 150 Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles spread across a 13,800 square mile missile complex scattered throughout Montana.To ensure all 150 missiles are on 24-hour alert, Airmen from the power production shop must maintain emergency generators to instantly supply backup power to all of the launch
  • 40th HS, search and rescue

    Nine thousand feet above sea level, a UH-1N Iroquois Huey hovers over the side of a steep mountain in Montana as Capt. James Richardson, 40th Helicopter Squadron pilot, and Staff Sgt. Eric McElroy, 40th HS flight engineer, use a grease pencil to mark locations on a large folded map.The mission that day was a search and rescue, also known as a SAR,
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