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  • Commentary: Minuteman III program office leads innovation with new campaign

    A team of members from AFNWC and Air Force Global Strike Command has taken the lead on an innovation process to deploy projects faster while eliminating delays caused by lengthy or belated engineering reviews.
  • Navajo National Council presents certificate to 377th Air Base Wing commander

    Councilman Mark Freeland, 24th Navajo National Council (left), presents a certificate of recognition May 13, 2021, to Col. David Miller, 377th Air Base Wing commander, for Team Kirtland’s assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • F.E. Warren celebrates National Nurses Week

    National Nurses Week was celebrated on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, May 6-12 in efforts to recognize nurses and medical technicians at the 90th Medical Group for enhancing the mission.“In and out of the military, we celebrate nurses,” said Lt. Col. Erin Knightner, 90th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron commander. “We honor the
  • 393rd Bomb Squadron named AFGSC Best

    The 393rd Bomb Squadron distinguished themselves above other Air Force Global Strike bomb squadrons by earning the Brig. Gen. Kenneth N. Walker Award, awarded annually to the best bomber squadron in the command.The 393rd BS led all AFGSC bomb squadrons by flying 900 hours in two U.S. Secretary of Defense level exercises, generating 12 aircraft for
  • It only takes blood, sweat, tears: First female crew chief flies in B-2 Spirit

    Less than 30 enlisted Airmen know the feeling of taking flight over Whiteman Air Force Base in the B-2 Spirit, only one of those Airmen is female.Earning Spirit Number 760, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Lambert, 509th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron dedicated crew chief assigned to the Spirit of New York, was awarded the Chief Master Sergeant
  • 20th Air Force commander visits Malmstrom

    Maj. Gen. Michael J. Lutton, 20th Air Force commander, speaks with Malmstrom senior leadership May 10, 2021, during his trip to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Lutton inquired about which maintenance related processes had the possibility of being improved or streamlined to create a better working environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Elijah
  • U.S. Air Force bombers conduct global BTF mission

    U.S. Air Force bombers, operating from the United States and forward-deployed bases, conducted a global Bomber Task Force mission today while integrating with allies and partners aircraft in Europe, the Indo-Pacific region, and North America. The BTF mission was conducted in multiple combatant command areas of responsibility. This mission
  • Teammates in deterrence: Small business support to the nuclear mission

    While the mission of 20th Air Force is to "defend the United States with combat ready nuclear forces; on order, conduct global strike," 20 AF bases partner with small businesses to support our nuclear missions.20 AF commands three intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) wings and one nuclear operations support wing: 90th Missile Wing at F.E.
  • Global Strike Command commander addresses Congressional committee

    The Air Force Global Strike Command Commander, Gen. Tim Ray, participated in a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing May 12, focused on the budget posture for nuclear forces.“Transitions are difficult, but we have a unique opportunity to partner with Congress, the combatant commanders, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense to advance
  • Whiteman Airman innovates, develops smart maintenance floor mat to prevent FOD

    Foreign object debris can come from a variety of sources and presents a major hazard to aircraft around the world, costing the aviation industry an estimated $4 billion in repairs each year.One Team Whiteman member took it upon himself to try to prevent these maintenance costs after learning about the risks of FOD and the importance of having good