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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • All-in-one: Airman, father, autocross racer

    Airmen who work in services experience numerous job positions during their career. From lodging and restaurants to program management, their career field allows them to become a jack of all trades.
  • LRS Vehicle Maintenance keeps mission moving

    Since the production of the first automobile in the 19th century, vehicles have become an important aspect of daily life. From normal transportation to construction and working vehicles, they’re also used to accomplish numerous military missions.
  • Innovative temperature tool safeguards boosters

    Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson often emphasizes the importance of innovation and how it is needed to maintain a warfighting advantage. Innovation is essential and critical to lethality and readiness, an aspect of Air Force Global Strike Command’s mission.
  • Simulator helps Airman overcome trauma

    Snow is a normal weather element in Montana, but it can turn dangerous quickly. One Airman was traumatized after she lost control of a Humvee.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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