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  • Malmstrom missileer shoots for success

    Earlier this month, one of Malmstrom’s Airmen had the chance to compete in the 2019 Armed Forces Basketball Championship held at Naval Air Station Mayport in Jacksonville, Florida.Capt. Madelaine Ross, 10th Missile Squadron flight commander, represented Wing One as a member of the All-Air Force women’s basketball team.Making the team was no easy
  • Coming to America: Refugee becomes Airman

    Nineteen years and about 6,000 miles ago, a 9-year-old girl and her mother, speaking only French and broken English, fled a small village in Liberia, in the midst of a tumultuous civil war and trekked to the United States. With no documents, not even a birth certificate, the two left behind a life of sleeping in mud huts and getting their water from rivers in pursuit of something better, in a place they considered closer to heaven…America.
  • Keeping the fight moving

    Malmstrom Air Force Base is home to the largest fleet of intercontinental ballistic missiles and the personnel who work on them.Security forces members, maintainers, operators and facility managers travel every day to ensure the combat readiness of Malmstrom weapons systems facilities infrastructure across a 13,800 square-mile missile
  • Keeping the fight moving

    Malmstrom Air Force Base is home to the largest missile field complex in the U.S. and the personnel who work on them.Security forces members, maintainers, operators and facility managers travel every day to ensure the combat readiness of Malmstrom weapons systems facilities infrastructure across a 13,800 square-mile missile complex.Transport
  • All-in-one: Airman, father, autocross racer

    Airmen who work in services experience numerous job positions during their career. From lodging and restaurants to program management, their career field allows them to become a jack of all trades.
  • LRS Vehicle Maintenance keeps mission moving

    Since the production of the first automobile in the 19th century, vehicles have become an important aspect of daily life. From normal transportation to construction and working vehicles, they’re also used to accomplish numerous military missions.
  • U.S. Army Air Corps Corporal Willis Andrews: Veteran, Mentor, Hero

    A young man of 26 years has just returned from the largest war in world history. He has seen men saved. He has seen men die. He has served in a constant heat of battle. He has returned home while many never made it back. Dressed in his Army Air Corps uniform, he now courts a woman who would eventually become his wife. While walking, a young inspired boy asks if he can wear his hat. The Army Air Corps member tosses the boy his hat and the boy places it on with pride. This child would later spends 24 years in the Air Force emulating his role-model. He is just one of many people that has been motivated and mentored by Mr. Willis Andrews, former aviation engineer under Eighth Air Force and World War II veteran.
  • ‘Mighty Eighth’ Airman named Air Force’s top female athlete

    Maj. Amy Natalini, an Eighth Air Force intel officer, was named the 2018 Top Female Athlete of the Year within the Air Force. Her passion for long distance competitive running has earned her a spot in the 2019 Military World Games in China later this year.
  • She Served: In honor of Women’s History Month

    Since July 8, 1948, women across the United States have answered their Nation’s call and sworn to defend this country with their life. They have all raised their right hand to be Airmen in the U.S. Air Force and all military branches.Here are some of the women who paved the way for the current generation:Esther Blake was the first woman ever to
  • Malmstrom celebrates Women's History Month, all-female field mission

    Every month of March, Air Force Global Strike Command recognizes Women’s History Month by coordinating all-female alert teams to dispatch to the missile field.This year, all three intercontinental ballistic missile wings, as well as the 341st Maintenance Group, are posting females to the field on International Women’s Day.“We’re sending out
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