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  • Defenders stand guard despite arctic conditions

    Dangerously cold weather conditions haven’t stopped the 341st Security Forces Squadron from fulfilling their critically important mission, 24/7 installation support, in weather conditions dropping to a low of negative 30 degrees.

  • Missile Crisis spurs untested ICBM usage

    The Cuban Missile Crisis began on October 14, 1962, after an American U–2 surveillance plane photographed Soviet military personnel emplacing medium and intermediate range ballistic missiles throughout Cuba. Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev’s planned deployment of 36 medium range ballistic missiles

  • SFS prepares for K-9 arrival, upgrades kennels

    The 341st Security Forces Squadron military working dog kennels are undergoing renovations to improve the living areas for the dogs while increasing training opportunities and security of the compound.

  • Malmstrom education summit

    From left, Airman 1st Class Nadja Holloway, 341st Force Support Squadron customer support specialist, and Tech. Sgt. Cheiquela Terrazas, 341st Missile Wing resilience trainer, provide resources for parents and Airmen at an education summit April 12, 2022, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont.

  • Emergency management, FBI joint-training

    Senior Airman Alberto Rosendo-Diaz, 341st Security Operations Squadron tactical response force defender, gives a rope-tying demonstration to FBI agents and Malmstrom Airmen March 8, 2022, during a joint-training event at the emergency management warehouse on Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont

  • PREL: the foundation of the maintenance mission

    The silent heroes of Malmstrom’s missile maintenance group are the power, refrigeration and electrical laboratory shop, who work tirelessly to maintain missile alert facilities, while also repairing equipment that is paramount to the success of missile maintenance teams.

  • Junior enlisted execute Wing1Werx innovation competition

    Four innovators from Malmstrom Air Force Base planned, prepared and diligently worked to be selected as finalists for a quarterly innovation competition, which has implemented programs such as Air Force eSports and robotics now used across the force.

  • Community support secures mission success

    Malmstrom Air Force Base is home to the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile mission, a critical part of the nation’s nuclear defense. This is an around-the-clock mission that requires unique support from families, friends and the local community.

  • Malmstrom Sponsorship Program

    341st Missile Wing Command Chief, Ron Harper, highlights the importance of a successful sponsorship program in integrating Airmen into our units.

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