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  • 340th WPS students learn to build bombs

    Capts. Samuel Shrewsberry and Michael McBrien, 340th Weapons Squadron weapons instructor course students, inspect training munitions during a training bomb build at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, April 13, 2021. The Airmen from the 340th WPS trained with the 2nd Munitions Squadron to better learn and understand what it takes to build
  • Wranglers remember Bataan Death March

    More than 200 Airmen and local supporters participated and supported a ruck march April 10, 2021 on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, to honor those who were forced on the Bataan Death March of 1942.The Bataan Death March took place in the Philippines from April 9, 1942 to April 17, 1942, where 60,000 – 80,000 American and Filipino prisoners of
  • 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 of Minot

    Technical Sergeant Kayla Wilkinson of the 91st Missile Maintenance Squadron is the first woman since 1992 to hold the position of Missile Maintenance Team - Team Chief. Originally from Arlington, Ohio, Wilkinson became a member of Team Minot in November 2019.
  • 20 AF command teams meet at Kirtland AFB for Senior Leadership Conference

    Senior leaders from 20th Air Force units gathered for their semiannual Senior Leadership Conference at Kirtland AFB, N.M., April 6-9, 2021.
  • 91st Security Forces Group implements new onboarding program

    “Only the best come North” is one of the first things Airmen see as they arrive at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. The base, located in the tundra of North Dakota, is home to two thirds of the nuclear triad – the intercontinental ballistic missile and bomber missions. However, many Airmen, after finding out they are getting stationed at Minot,
  • Ellsworth medical group transitioning to new electronic health record April 24

    The 28th Medical Group will transition to an electronic health record (EHR), MHS Genesis, on April 24, and officials are urging beneficiaries to check now to ensure they have access to the new site.
  • Solving environmental health risks with bioenvironmental

    Airman 1st Class Dylan Baggett, 341st Operational Medical Readiness Squadron bioenvironmental engineer apprentice, assesses the airflow of a ventilation system April 5, 2021, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Bioenvironmental engineers help ensure units are meeting safety standards so they can continue to execute Air Force Global Strike Command’s
  • Seeing Double

    Joining the military can be a really intimidating experience. Arriving at the first duty station can be an eye-opening experience for Airmen. This experience is unique for the reason that for some members it is their first time away from home, but these sisters brought their home with them.
  • Bomber Agile Combat Employment gives Air Force Global Strike Command competitive edge

    Air Force Global Strike Command’s Bomber Agile Combat Employment gives U.S. strategic bombers a competitive edge in a time of great power competition.In 2019, before his appointment as Air Force Chief of Staff, Gen. C.Q. Brown, Jr., operating as the Pacific Air Forces commander, said, “to generate combat power from a number of locations to create