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  • 5th Bomb Wing

    MISSION Provide full-spectrum deterrence and outstanding support for the 91st Missile Wing; and if deterrence fails, B-52 firepower on demand.PERSONNEL The bomb wing includes a total force of approximately 5,470 military members as well as 722 civilian employees.ORGANIZATIONS AND FUNCTIONS The bomb wing manages the 5th Operations Group, 5th
  • 5th Bomb Wing - Minot Air Force Base

    The 5th Bomb Wing is a B-52H Stratofortress wing at Minot Air Force Base, N.D. Known by its nickname, the Warbirds, the 5th Bomb Wing is the host wing at Minot AFB and part of Air Force Global Strike Command. The bomb wing and its fleet of B-52H Stratofortress bombers serve as part of the Air Force's strategic and conventional combat force. The men
  • 740th Missile Squadron

    The three missile operations squadrons of the 91st Operations Group -- the 740th, 741st and 742nd Missile Squadrons -- include missile crewmembers, alert facility chefs and facility managers. These squadrons vigilantly maintain the missile force around-the-clock. Each squadron controls 50 launch facilities and five missile alert facilities. Missile
  • 741st Missile Squadron

    The three missile operations squadrons of the 91st Operations Group -- the 740th, 741st and 742nd Missile Squadrons -- include missile crewmembers, alert facility chefs and facility managers. These squadrons vigilantly maintain the missile force around-the-clock. Each squadron controls 50 launch facilities and five missile alert facilities. Missile
  • 742nd Missile Squadron

    The three missile operations squadrons of the 91st Operations Group -- the 740th, 741st and 742nd Missile Squadrons -- include missile crewmembers, alert facility chefs and facility managers. These squadrons vigilantly maintain the missile force around-the-clock. Each squadron controls 50 launch facilities and five missile alert facilities. Missile
  • 91st Missile Wing

    Headquartered at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, the 91st Missile Wing (91 MW) is one of three operational intercontinental ballistic missile wings in Air Force Global Strike Command. The wing is commanded by Colonel Stephen L. Davis and is under the control of Twentieth Air Force, headquartered at F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming. The mission of the
  • 91st Missile Wing - Minot Air Force Base

    The 91st Missile Wing is an intercontinental ballistic missile wing at Minot Air Force Base, N.D. The 91 MW is one of the Air Force's three ICBM wings. The missile wing is responsible for defending the United States by operating, maintaining and securing a fleet of Minuteman III missiles located in underground launch facilities scattered across the
  • 91st Operations Group

    Mission Conduct world-class ICBM operations...poised to deliver bombs on target.Vision The premier ICBM operations team...proficient and disciplined, flawlessly executing ICBM operations, helicopter operations and operations support in defense of America. History The 91st Operations Group is the operational backbone of the 91st Missile Wing. During
  • 91st Operations Support Squadron

    The “Pathfinders” of the 91st Operations Support Squadron provide training to 224 missile combat crew members, 56 facility managers, 60 missile field chefs and 75 maintainers, and prepares ICBM targeting material and code components. Their motto "We Show the Way," embodies the squadron’s commitment to lead from the front by ensuring the Wing’s
  • AGM-129A ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE

    Mission The AGM-129A advanced cruise missile is a stealth, nuclear-capable cruise missile used exclusively by B-52H bombers. Features The AGM-129A is a subsonic, turbofan-powered, air-launched cruise missile. It is harder to detect, and has greater range and accuracy than the AGM-86 air-launched cruise missile. The ACM achieves maximum range
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