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  • USO visits field-deployed Airmen

    For every missile field tour, Airmen flock to missile alert facilities to successfully and securely conduct operations.
  • Malmstrom hosts Air Force civic leaders

    Air Force civic leaders recently visited Malmstrom during an Air Force Civic Leader Program tour held May 5-7.
  • Civic Leader Program visits MAFB

    Col. Jennifer Reeves, 341st Missile Wing commander, gives a mission brief to Air Force civic leaders May 6, 2019, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Civic leaders from across the nation visited Malmstrom to learn about the wing’s intercontinental ballistic missile mission to more effectively advocate on behalf of Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo by
  • Month of the Military Child: Malmstrom gymnasts build resilience

    April is designated as the Month of the Military Child. This Department of Defense awareness month was established to recognize the sacrifices made by children of military members serving at home and abroad.
  • Retired Army Col. Gregory Gadson visits Malmstrom

    Retired Army Col. Gregory Gadson recently visited Airmen at Malmstrom Air Force Base to share his testimony and speak to Airmen on exhibiting resiliency.
  • Air Force Assistance Fund has begun

    The annual Air Force Assistance Fund, or AFAF, campaign will run from March 25 to May 2.
  • Good nutritional behaviors fuel Airmen

    March is National Nutrition Month, and while the entire month emphasizes the importance of good nutrition, the 341st Medical Operations Squadron health promotions team aims to see good nutritional behaviors become a daily routine.
  • Team Malmstrom gains a future K-9 veteran

    Military working dogs and handlers support defense posture by providing a psychological deterrent and increased security, as well as serving local communities in aid requests, such as bomb detections and drug inspections. The 341st Security Forces Squadron MWD unit was assigned a new female K-9, Ffarah, a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois in early February.
  • Mental health support group breaks stigmas, builds resiliency

    In the military, talk of mental health can carry a stigma. Thoughts of, “how will this impact my career?”, or, “will this affect my credibility?” can run through the minds of those struggling with mental health concerns. Contrary to these stigmas, dealing with mental health concerns won’t damage your career, and there are groups on base to be a part of.
  • Defenders rescue civilian in rollover

    For one team of Airmen, a seemingly normal drive home turned into an adrenaline rush to save a civilian in the midst of a snow storm.
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