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military working dog Defenders share a union with four-legged wingmen
As the door gradually opened, a series of howls echoed through the hallway. Eagerly barking, an Airman watched her partner approach her ready to start the day. As her wingman stopped in front of her, she immediately began spinning, jumping and whining. “They’re always so excited to see us from the moment we walk toward their kennels,” said Senior
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2018
Together, one team one fight Together, one team one fight
She skimmed by the crowds of people in the narrow hall, moving her eyes rapidly to each door she passed at the Air Force Academy in Colorado. Her eyes fell on the training grounds for the Drum and Bugle Corps.
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2018
Nine Airmen at Minot Air Force Base came together to overcome adversity as a unit during the Team Cohesion Challenge. Teamwork makes the dream work
On October 4, 2017, nine Airmen at Minot Air Force Base came together to overcome adversity as a unit during the Team Cohesion Challenge.The nearly 10-mile ruck challenge is an Air Force-wide event that builds resiliency and promotes fitness.“The main focus of this challenge is teamwork and wingmanship,” said Tech. Sgt. Michael Hammond, 5th Force
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2017
Senior Airman Kenneth Wagner, 91st Missile Maintenance Squadron facilities maintenance section technician, checks a panel outside of the launch control center at H-01 Missile Alert Facility in the missile complex, N.D., May 24, 2017. Airmen from the 91st MMXS teamed up with Airmen from the 5th Civil Engineer Squadron for “Blitzkrieg,” an operation where all the work orders that accrued during the winter months are completed. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Apryl Hall) Team Minot cleans the MAFs
The 5th Bomb Wing and 91st Missile Wing personnel at Minot Air Force Base have teamed up to ensure mission readiness at the missile alert facilities throughout North Dakota.
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2017
Tech. Sgt. Sean Cantrell, 5th Civil Engineering Squadron assistant chief of operations, explains the dispatch room’s purpose in the Kenneth O. Gillespie Fire Station at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., April 30, 2017. Boy Scouts of America and Fire Explorer Post #9463 from Minot toured the fire station and participated in a simulated fire rescue mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Alyssa M. Akers) Exploring hot topics: fire station tour
Boy Scouts of America and Fire Explorer Post #9463 from Minot, N.D., toured the Kenneth O. Gillespie Fire Station at Minot Air Force Base, April 30, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photos/Airman 1st Class Alyssa M. Akers)
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Dustin Bazille, Kenmore fire department firefighter, at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Feb. 24, 2017. The Minot AFB fire department hosted training with local fire departments, scenarios included simulated helicopter fire and missile field response. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Chad Trujillo) Teamwork makes the dream work
When it comes to safety, there can never be too many helping hands, such is the case when the Minot Air Force Base fire department invited several other local fire departments to receive missile field response training Feb. 24-25, 2017. “We hosted a North Dakota Fire Association training class for our mutual aid partners, which educates them on how
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2017
Airman 1st Class Brandon Conner, 5th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, poses for photo after washing a B-52H Stratofortress at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Feb. 14, 2017. It takes the nine-Airman team two days and approximately 10 gallons of soap to wash each jet when it comes in for its routine wash every 120 days. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman J.T. Armstrong) 5 AMXS team washes the warbird
Airmen from the 5th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron wash a B-52H Stratofortress at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Feb. 14, 2017. It takes the nine-Airman team two days and approximately 10 gallons of soap to wash each jet when it comes in for its routine wash every 120 days. (U.S. Air Force photos/Senior Airman J.T. Armstrong)
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2017
A defender from the 91st Security Forces Group fires his M4 at the U.S. Army range at Camp Grafton Training Center, N.D., Sept. 7, 2016. Defenders utilized the range to practice engaging targets from 50 to 300 m. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class J.T. Armstrong) Defenders Train at Camp Grafton
A defender from the 91st Security Forces Group fires his M4 at the U.S. Army range at Camp Grafton Training Center, N.D., Sept. 7, 2016. Defenders utilized the range to practice engaging targets from 50 to 300 m. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class J.T. Armstrong)
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2016
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