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  • Transition process improves through TAP refresh

    The Transition Assistance Program received new curriculum and a slight makeover as of Oct. 1, 2019.
  • Malmstrom Airman hosts winter coat drive

    To prepare for the upcoming winter weather, an Airman collected coats as part of a coat drive to help the local community. Airman 1st Class Alicia Pagel, 341st Missile Security Forces Squadron scheduler and dispatcher, collected more than 120 coats for the Great Falls community.
  • MAFB observes National Disability Employment Awareness Month

    MALMSTROM AIR FORCE BASE, Mont. –National Disability Employment Awareness Month is a nationally recognized awareness campaign. Each October, for more than 70 years, the Department of Labor sets out to educate individuals about disability employment issues and celebrate the many and varied contributions of America's workers with disabilities.
  • 341st MDG launches Air Force medical reform

    The 341st Medical Group hosted a squadron reorganization ceremony August 16, 2019, at the Grizzly Bend on Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., to commemorate a medical reform, resulting in a restructuring of the group.
  • Interagency exercise paves way for progressive training

    Members of the 841st Missile Security Forces Squadron, 40th Helicopter Squadron, 341st Security Support Squadron tactical response force, 341st Medical Group and 341st Missile Wing safety, with support from the 12th Missile Squadron, participated in an integrated exercise, displaying the weapons and tactics used during a recapture and recovery of an intercontinental ballistic missile launch facility.
  • ADC provides legal defense for Airmen

    Malmstrom’s Office of the Area Defense Counsel is the defense attorney assigned to provide legal assistance to Airmen.
  • Spouse re-licensure reimbursement takes effect

    The 2018 National Defense Authorization Act authorized the military services to reimburse service members for occupational state relicensing and recertification costs their spouses incur due to a permanent change of station or permanent change of assignment.While some states authorize reciprocity for certain types of occupational licenses, not all
  • 341st MDG initiates first-ever COLLT

    A flight of red crosses race toward victims laying on the ground, struck by a vehicle that overcame a barrier – initiating a mass casualty response.
  • Nat’l Military Appreciation Month – what is it?

    There are numerous military-centric holidays and celebrations sprinkled throughout the year, including National Military Appreciation Month, but what is it?
  • USO visits field-deployed Airmen

    For every missile field tour, Airmen flock to missile alert facilities to successfully and securely conduct operations.
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