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  • Whiteman Airmen suit up for CBRN challenge

    The 509th Medical Group Bioenvironmental Engineering and 509th Civil Engineer Squadron Emergency Management flights participated in a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear challenge, here, March 15, 2010 through March 18, 2010.Air Force Global Strike Command sent a team of contractors to

  • Local retiree dedicates life to other's well-being

    According to www.ssa.gov, the average retirement age in the United States is 67. However, a 90 year old veteran here is still hard at work, and has no plans to stop in the near future.Col. (ret) Steve dePyssler, Barksdale Retiree Affairs Office director, has been hard at work for the past 70 years

  • To honor with dignity

    A group of Airmen stand in formation with their rifles at hand and game faces on. The Airmen are members of the Minot Air Force Base Honor Guard and this is one of the most important times for them - practice.Entirely composed of volunteers, the honor guard cannot devote a lot of time to practice,

  • Cellular warriors

    Whether Airmen deploy to the Middle East or to Central America, or their families require defense for a fatal illness, the base Allergy and Immunizations Clinic provides life saving vaccines, antibiotics and serums for the body on a cellular level."What we do here is extremely important," said Staff

  • Team Minot cops train for success

    The old base exchange is undergoing an extensive remodeling and design project as the building is made into a joint security forces training complex for the 5th Security Forces Squadron, 91st Security Forces Group and the 219th Security Forces Squadron of the 119th Wing, North Dakota Air National

  • Final 2012 Age-out downstage removed at Minot AFB

    The 91st Missile Wing reached a milestone with the removal of the last 2012 Age-out missile downstage at Minot AFB March 5. Pulling the final 2012 missile at I-08 Launch Facility is a land mark event in the sustainment of our weapon system," said Col. Joel Hanson, 91st Maintenance Group commander.

  • Not another face in the crowd

    With the recital of a simple creed, several crew chiefs assigned to the 2d Bomb Wing were recognized as top performers in their career field by earning the distinction of dedicated crew chief. The DCC program is designed to appoint ownership of aircraft to the most proficient, reliable maintainers.

  • Remembering women's history

    March is Women's History Month, an occasion to heighten awareness of the contributions women have made and to continue a long-standing tradition of excellence in American society.The first Congressional Resolution designating Women's History Week was passed in 1981 based on a model established by