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  • Airmen innovation saves $224K, promotes safer travel

    In northern tier bases, weather ranges drastically from triple digits and hot road conditions to double-digit negatives, making icy roads hazardous if not travelled properly. Despite the risk, Airmen travel to and from the missile field to accomplish the mission.
  • ALS 19-B graduates

    The following senior airmen graduated Airman Leadership School during a ceremony at the Grizzly Bend Dec. 19:Hailey Babcock 341st Force Support SquadronDylon Bilskemper 341st Civil Engineer SquadronThaddeaus Brown 341st Security Support SquadronJosephbryan Calalo 341st Missile Maintenance SquadronBenjamin Cook 341st Security Support
  • Are you ready? Festivities bring risks to food

    Restaurants and households are preparing for seasonal festivities which may include larger than normal amounts of food. Due to the seriousness of foodborne illnesses, it is imperative to remember when prepping food that safety may be at risk.
  • 841st MSFS has a new Phoenix Raven

    The opportunity for Airmen in security forces at Malmstrom to spread their wings, earn the title and become part of the elite Phoenix Ravens is rare.
  • ICBM hot job recruitment

    Maintaining readiness and dominance in the American intercontinental ballistic missile force requires that Airmen in the ICBM business have an unrivaled dedication and desire to serve one's country.In looking at the special duty of a missile alert facility manager, the people who fill this job have these two qualities, which contribute to the
  • 819th RED HORSE Squadron members return from worldwide deployments

    The last week in October, and on Nov. 5, 2018, more than 150 members of the 819th Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineers (RED HORSE) will all have returned to Malmstrom after deployments with U.S. Africa Command and U.S. Air Forces Central Command. Squadron personnel left in April 2018, with 70 819th RHS members
  • National American Indian Heritage Month

    On Aug. 3, 1990, President George H. W. Bush declared the month of November as National American Indian Heritage Month. The observance legally authorized and requested federal, state and local governments, groups and organizations, and people of the United States to observe the month with appropriate programs, ceremonies and activities.It became
  • Missile Security Operations Concept now SFG reality

    Last year on Oct. 6, the Missile Security Operating Concept was initiated and restructured the 341st Security Forces Group, resulting in a new squadron; the 841st Missile Security Forces Squadron.
  • Fire Prevention Week 2018

    From left to right – Lt. Col. Alex Mignery, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron commander; Col. Jennifer Reeves, 341st Missile Wing commander; Sparky the Fire Dog; Rickey Naccarato, 341st CES assistant fire chief; Chief Master Sergeant Eryn McElroy, 341st MW command chief; and Michael Johns, 341st CES fire inspector, officially recognize Fire Prevention
  • Elkhorn Dining Facility hosts grand opening

    The Malmstrom Elkhorn Dining Facility took its first swing for its construction plan February 2018 and has opened its doors for business.The dining facility was closed for renovations under the Food 2.0 Food Transformation Initiative.“The intent behind Food 2.0 is to give our Airmen more options that are healthier, which reinforces our 'Fit to
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