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  • Maintaining motorcycle mastery in Montana

    With warmer weather, more and more people are trading in their four-wheeled rides for a two-wheeled version. A motorcycle is a fun alternative to taking a drive in a sedan or station wagon. However, before you jump on your bike and tour the countryside, there are a few things to keep in mind.First, Airmen must meet the requirements of both the
  • Annual Retiree Appreciation Weekend May 18-19

    Malmstrom’s yearly Retiree Appreciation Weekend will take place May 18-19 with events, information booths and specially-opened base services.Retirees and their guests should RSVP to Victoria Plank, 341st Force Support Squadron Casualty Assistance representative, by phone at 731-2911. RSVPs are requested before May 7 to attend.At 4 p.m., Friday, May
  • Airman earns Army Air Assault Badge

    A missile security operator with the 841st Missile Security Forces Squadron earned an Army Air Assault Badge March 23 after graduating from Air Assault School in Fort Bliss, Texas.Airman Gideon Magrini arrived at Malmstrom in mid-February. Three days later, tryouts for the Air Assault course were offered to his squadron.According to the U.S. Army
  • Malmstrom opens new resilience center

    After months of planning and help from volunteers across the base, the new resilience center is now open.The resilience center, located at Building 1145, is open to anyone with base access and offers massage chairs, relaxation rooms, free Wi-Fi, video game systems, a patio with picnic tables and a gas grill, books, a conference room for private
  • Malmstrom spouses club gives back

    The Malmstrom Thrift Store was reopened in September by the Malmstrom Spouses Club and they are ready for another year of giving back to the base.According to Angie Folds, senior spouse mentor and store volunteer, the thrift store is a volunteer-only, non-profit operation held on base with all proceeds, with exception of small operating and
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