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  • Operation Home for the Holidays helps Minot Airmen return home

    Operation Home for the Holidays is a program implemented by U.S. Air Force Col. Daniel Hoadley, 5th Bomb Wing commander, and U.S. Air Force Col. Kenneth McGhee, 91st Missile Wing commander, in partnership with leaders from the local Minot community, which raises funds to cover travel costs for Team

  • A 'Magic City' love story: Couple who met at Minot return 50 years later

    In 1970 at Minot Air Force Base, the Airman’s club was hosting a dance competition. James Talley, a Missile Maintenance Technician with the 91st Strategic Missile Wing, was in attendance with some of his friends who had told him of some new arrivals at Minot. These arrivals were some of the first

  • Malmstrom's Key Spouse Program

    Leanne Ward, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron Key Spouse, shares the vital role the Key Spouse Program fills regarding Airmen, family members, and the base community as a whole.

  • A Family Full of Airmen

    When Darin Frye entered the United States Air Force, he never could have imagined that someday, all five of his children would follow in his footsteps and become service members themselves.

  • Airman gives the gift of life to his son

    As new parents, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Anthony Gauna Jr., 509th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron instruments and flight controls technician, and his wife, Kerri Gauna knew their son would be special and they would do anything for him.Anthony Gauna III had low fluid levels and an irregular heart rate

  • Building Relationships

    With school being out, this is the perfect time for Team Minot families to learn a new skill. Recently, Airmen from the 5th Civil Engineer Squadron at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, started showing Team Minot families fun STEM related projects to do at home. STEM stands for Science, Technology,