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1st Lt. Alexander “Ara” Allard, 490th Missile Squadron missile squadron safety officer and assistant flight commander, poses at the 341st Missile Wing headquarters building after returning from missile field duty on May 8, 2018, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Allard is participating in a pilot program that broadens safety knowledge and practices in intercontinental ballistic missile operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kiersten McCutchan) New missile squadron safety officer pilot program takes off
Intercontinental ballistic missile wing mission success relies heavily on safety and readiness, which is why the 341st Missile Wing and 341st Operations Group is spearheading a new pilot program to develop missile squadron safety officers – and the program has quickly gained traction.“In developing the program here, we saw squadron commanders
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2018
Retired Maj. Brian Rogers, a master beekeeper with the Great Falls Wanna-Beekeeping Club, shows the progress of 25,000 relocated honey bees July 26, 2016, at Great Falls, Mont. The bees were discovered at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. where they were humanely relocated to a more suitable home on Rogers’ honey bee compound. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Magen M. Reeves) Teamwork helps save, relocate bees
Earlier this month, Malmstrom Air Force Base encountered a wildlife phenomenon, and through perseverance and understanding, handled what could have been a sticky situation in the most natural way possible.Airmen utilized quick thinking and humane treatment to save the lives of approximately 25,000 honey bees discovered near the Combat Arms Training
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2016
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