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  • Treaty compliance office ensures inspection readiness

    Rex Ellis has been involved with Treaty Compliance for 26 years. His role and the responsibilities of his office are a crucial aspect of the nuclear deterrence mission.
  • AFGSC operations legend retires after 44 year legacy of service

    After more than 44 years of service, the deputy director of Air Force Global Strike Command’s operations and communications directorates is turning in his badge and retiring. Mike Morgan is known by many as the cornerstone of Air Force Global Strike Command nuclear operations.The impact of Morgan’s career and retirement comes as no surprise to Gen.
  • Video game sparks service, deterrence fuels passion

    While combat-based video games might not always depict the experience of a typical enlisted member, they often inspire people to join the military. Those who are moved to join by gaming sometimes become more passionate about what they do in the military than they were about the game.
  • Electronics Laboratory: if it breaks, they fix it

    “ELAB is the electronics laboratory. We basically work on equipment form the field, support equipment, critical components to the weapon system itself."
  • ECC: in case of emergency

    If an emergency happens on base, who do you call? Meet the Emergency Communications Center Airmen.
  • The Code to Nuclear Security

    Every Airman at Malmstrom Air Force Base understands the importance of ensuring that the base’s fleet of intercontinental ballistic missiles are kept secure. One flight within the 341st Operations Support Squadron plays a critical role ensuring that every ICBM in the field is safe, secure, and ready to launch at any time—the codes flight.
  • Providing constant vigilance

    As subject matter experts of our ICBMs, missileers ensure we are ready to strike today, just as we were yesterday or will be tomorrow. America's ICBMs are combat capable 24/7/365, and the missileers who operate the Minuteman III weapon system are committed to the safety, security, reliability, and effectiveness of our nuclear force.
  • FAP: supporting families, building communities

    Malmstrom Air Force Base Airmen support the most responsive leg of the nuclear triad and are charged to defend the United States with combat ready nuclear forces and on order, conduct global strike. As the backbone of America’s national security, these Airmen are no strangers to stress and responsibility.
  • Prepare for PT tests with nutrition, weight tracking and more

    The coronavirus has left the nation in lockdown status for more than a year and with that has come difficulties of eating healthy, staying in shape and remaining accountable due do the delay of the U.S. Air Force physical fitness test.
  • Sustaining the mission everyday: The Elkhorn Dining Facility

    While many Airmen enjoyed Thanksgiving at home with their families, those manning the Malmstrom Elkhorn Dining Facility ensured that those living on base were sufficiently fed.
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