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  • 2019 Global Strike Challenge Team Dyess winners

    Airmen from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, recently competed in the 2019 Global Strike Challenge, Nov. 20, 2019, and received multiple awards.The GSC is the world's premier bomber, intercontinental ballistic missile, helicopter operations and security forces competition. Units from Air Force Global Strike Command, Air Combat Command, Air Force
  • Lethal competition: ICBM maintenance teams show discipline and readiness

    Editor’s Note: This is the seventh in a series covering the competition categories of Global Strike Challenge.Airmen representing the “best of the best” maintainers in the intercontinental ballistic missile force are getting hyped to find out which ICBM maintenance team will take the top award at the culminating event for the command’s premier
  • GSC 17: Electronics Laboratory

    Minot Air Force Base members are competing in Global Strike Challenge 2017. The 791st Maintenance Squadron electronic laboratory team performed maintenance on a circuitry test set to help them prepare for GSC 17. Electronics laboratory Airmen are responsible for inspecting, repairing and calibrating electronic components for launch facilities and launch control centers.
  • GSC 17: Missile Maintenance Team

    The 91st Missile Maintenance Squadron missile maintenance team performed payload transporter maintenance to help them prepare for Global Strike Challenge 2017.
  • PREL trains for GSC

    The 91st Maintenance Group power, refrigeration, electrical, laboratory Global Strike Challenge team trains for GSC 17 at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., May 30, 2017. The three-member PREL team is responsible for the inspection and maintenance of the payload transport trailer’s electrical systems and environmental climate control. (U.S. Air Force
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