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Default Air Force Logo 5th OSS officer receives AF award
The Air Force recently recognized an Airman from the 5th Operations Support Squadron with the 2005 Air Force Modeling and Simulation Award. Lt. Col. Darren Wilson was the leader of a three-man team while stationed at Langley Air Force Base, Va., that built a capability analysis tool, which effectively solves difficult problems and worked for
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Navy Seaman Gregory Petit, Mobile Mine Assembly Unit 11, Charleston, S.C., sets up a fin on a MK-62 Quickstrike training mine at a munitions building here during Trident Fury. The U.S. Navy joined Team Minot for Trident Fury, a multi-national training event combining land, sea, and air components. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Danny Monahan) Minot participates in international exercise
Team Minot B-52H Stratofortress crews joined U.S. Navy, Canadian Forces, British Armed Forces and other NATO allies as part of Trident Fury to exercise service and coalition warfighting interoperability. The exercise, held from May 9 to 18, is a multi-national training event combining land, sea, and air components lead by Canada’s Joint Task Force
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Default Air Force Logo 5th Bomb Wing receives safety awards
The 5th Bomb Wing recently received the Missile Safety Plaque and Nuclear Surety Plaque for the 2005 Air Force Safety Awards. “Speaking as a member of the 5th Bomb Wing, it feels great,” said Bryon Peterson, 5th Bomb Wing weapons safety manager. “Our continual hard work has been recognized and rightfully awarded for it.” The 5th BW received high
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Default Air Force Logo Minot teen brings home ACC Youth of Year award
Air Combat Command recently named a Minot Air Force Base teen as its Youth of the Year for 2006. Eighteen-year-old Ashley Amireh, daughter of retired Chief Master Sgt. Harry and Sandra Cappel, received the award which recognizes outstanding achievements and accomplishments of youth program members ages 14 to 18, who have demonstrated service to
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Default Air Force Logo Paying respect to those who protect
May 29 is Memorial Day in the United States. This is a time to be with family and friends and a chance to be thankful for all we have. This is also a time to remember those who have passed away. In May we also get a chance to remember men and women who are often over looked for the sacrifices they make day in and day out. These men and women
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Default Air Force Logo Space Wing Airman receives Air Force accolade
The Air Force recently recognized an Airman from the 91st Space Wing Manpower office with the Air Force Manpower and Organization award for Professional Excellence for a senior noncommissioned officer. “I am humbled and surprised to have won my career field’s highest award,” said Master Sgt. Brandy Drum. “I do my job to the best of my ability
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A UH-1N “Huey” helicopter from the 54th Helicopter Squadron here lifts off on its way to Camp Guernsey, Wyo., Monday to participate in the helicopter competition for Guardian Challenge 2006 as a crew chief looks on. Guardian Challenge is a competition  which tests the wartime readiness of Air Force Space Command specialists in spacelift, intercontinental ballistic missile operations, communications, maintenance, helicopter operations, security forces, and food preparation. Off we go ...

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Default Air Force Logo Team Minot brings home another AF level award
The 5th Mission Support Squadron recently received the 2005 Air Force Outstanding Mission Support Squadron award. “We’re a very diverse squadron made up of contractors, civilians, volunteers and Airmen all focused on making the best better and enhancing the conventional and nuclear missions of both wings,” said Maj. Peter Santa Ana, 5th MSS
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Airmen from the 5th Bomb Wing applaud as they read the names of Minot’s top performers during the Nuclear Operational Readiness Inspection outbrief April 28 at Dock 7 here. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joe Laws) Warbirds receive 'excellent' NORI rating
The 5th Bomb Wing’s Nuclear Operational Readiness Inspection rating was announced to a full house at Dock 7 April 28. After 10 days of around the clock hard work and weeks of preparation, the labor put forth by the Minot’s Warbirds finally earned the wing an Excellent rating from the Air Combat Command Inspector General Team. “We noticed a
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Base Web site receives new look
The Minot Air Force Base public Web site received an overhaul Monday. The site now follows the look of the Air Force Web site, af.mil, and carries similar information tailored to Minot’s audience. Between 2005 and 2007 the Air Force Public Web will be consolidating 250 Air Force public Web sites standardizing a Web presence and appearance across
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