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  • Meet Team Minot's All-Woman Helo Flight

    The 54th Helicopter Squadron’s all women flight posed for a photo in front of a UH-1N Iroquois helicopter at Minot Air Force base, North Dakota, Mar. 28, 2024. This was part of an all-women’s helo flight in celebration of Women’s History Month. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Trust Tate)

  • Huey support of USSTRATCOM during Global Thunder 23

    In April 2023, U.S. Air Force UH-1N Iroquois “Huey” crews from the 37th and 40th Helicopter Squadrons flew from F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, and Malmstrom AFB, Montana, respectively, to Offutt AFB, Nebraska, to support U.S. Strategic Command exercise Global Thunder 2023.

  • Huey crew inspires future aviators through AIM, Project Tuskegee

    In support of building a more diverse force through initiatives such as Aviation Inspiration Mentorship and Project Tuskegee, a UH-1N crew from the 37th Helicopter Squadron assigned to F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming visited high schools and colleges in Louisiana and Texas to inform, influence

  • Cables team gets a lift to inspect missile field

    The 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron Hardened Intersite Cabling System (HICS) team completed an inspection in the missile field earlier this month with some help from the 37th Helicopter Squadron stationed at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming.

  • Air Force Global Strike Command year in review: 2019

    Whether it was 24/7 ICBM alert operations ensuring the cornerstone of national security, Bomber Task Force deployments showcasing long-range strike capabilities, strong community support or the efforts of Airmen around the command, 2019 was a year filled with innovation, firsts, new records and