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  • 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.
  • Early morning coffee in a Montana valley

    Building and maintaining partnerships with the Central Montana community is fundamental to the mission success of Malmstrom Air Force Base. Occasionally these partnerships require the base coming to support the community, but other times, it is our neighbors in the community who lend the base a helping hand. Recently, a UH-1N Huey crew with the 40th Helicopter Squadron performed a series of precautionary landings near the Highwood Mountains, leading to a memorable encounter.
  • Compassion, hard work can pay off

    “When they initially told me I was a candidate to compete to be recognized by the Vice Chief of Staff, I thought to myself ‘wait a minute, me?,” said Tech. Sgt. Ashley Ishmon, a Defense Paralegal for the Area Defense Counsel, describing the moment she found she was in the running out of everyone in her position in the Air Force to be recognized and
  • Mental Health Clinic supports Ellsworth during COVID-19

    Air Force mental health professionals play a critical role in keeping Airmen mission-ready during COVID-19 at Ellsworth Air Force Base.
  • Pushing through

    In 2018, Airman 1st Class Diego Lozano had never thought about joining the Air Force.“To be honest, I took the ASVAB to get out of my high school calculus class,” confesses Lozano. “I didn't take it seriously at all.” However, when Lozano got his test scores back, he was surprised to see how high he scored. “All the recruiters surrounded me,
  • Veterans continuing to serve

    Veterans Day is a holiday observed each year to honor military veterans who have served in the United States Armed Forces. Veterans Day also overlaps with Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, which are days celebrated in other countries that mark the anniversary of the end of World War I.
  • Kirtland AFB wildlife management program tracks (mountain) lions, tigers (not really) and bears

    A military base, because of its extensive undeveloped areas, can be a haven for wildlife. This is especially true for an installation as large as Kirtland Air Force Base, with more than 50,000 acres providing habitat for many creatures, from burrowing owls to bears.
  • 90th Missile Wing honors troops of Mogadishu Mile

    Beginning at 5:42 a.m., October 4, 1993, U.S. Army Rangers, and soldiers of Delta Force and the 10th Mountain Division began retreating from Blackhawk helicopter crash sites after the Battle of Mogadishu in Somalia.Nineteen Americans died and 73 more were injured in the battle, but those who survived the initial firefights were not out of harm’s
  • Elite Dyess rugby player brings her skills to deployment

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tanya Siford, 7th Logistics Readiness Squadron Individual Protective Equipment Supervisor at Dyess Air Force Base, recently returned from a deployment at Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti, Africa. While there she was attached to the 75th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron.When Siford isn’t in her Air Force uniform, she’s in a