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  • AFGSC Commander visits Team Minot

    Air Force Global Strike commander leadership visted Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, Nov. 6-7 to spend time with Airmen and see the missions of the 5th Bomb Wing and 91st Missile Wing first hand.
  • Flash Fire Hero

    “I knew they might have been harmed if I didn’t step up,” said Senior Airman Cody Vojtko, missile maintenance operations controller for the 791st Missile Maintenance Squadron at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. “If I didn’t do anything and someone was hurt afterwards, I have no idea how I would feel.”
  • Barksdale and Minot: Epitome of Interoperability

    Two B-52H Stratofortresses from Barksdale and two B-52s from Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, teamed up for an exercise Nov. 21, 2019.
  • Global Strike Challenge

    Team Minot worked hard this summer while they competed in the Global Strike Challenge. Global Strike Challenge is the world's largest competition involving bombers, intercontinental ballistic missiles, helicopter operations and security forces.
  • Team Minot's exercise in Moses Lake

    As America’s national security strategy evaluates “growing political, economic, and military competitions,” marked by advancing technologies and an increasingly complex global environment, Gen. Timothy Ray, Air Force Global Strike Commander, has directed his bomber forces to “critically examine how we train and employ the bomber fleet and identify areas that must change in order to become the long-range precision strike force our nation requires.”
  • 91 MW first reserve alert

    For the first time ever on Oct. 26, 2019, a reserve Airman completed a 24 hour “alert” at a Missile Alert Facility after 60 years of using Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles in the U.S. Air Force.
  • Global Strike this week: Capability, professionalism and boldness

    The men and women of Air Force Global Strike Command have not only had a busy week, but have repeatedly showcased the importance of rapid deployment to conduct combat operations.During the past week, AFGSC, in coordination with U.S. Strategic Command, U.S. European Command and U.S. Central Command, executed two bomber deployments in three different
  • PRESS RELEASE: Ongoing Investigation of MAFB Airmen

    We are investigating reports of suspected illegal drugs at an above-ground facility of a Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, Missile Alert Facility. There is no indication that any illegal substances were found below ground near any missile operator.We take this matter seriously and will investigate this fully. No further information will be
  • A reason to run

    Seven thousand, seven hundred and seventy-seven – that may seem like a large number, but not when counting days in a life. Senior Airman Bryce Powers passed away in 2013 at 21 years old, but his Gold Star Mother Cathy Powers kept him alive in her heart. Gold Star families are the immediate relatives of U.S. Armed Forces members who died while serving, which can sometimes create issues in families.
  • Be Smart. Be SAFE

    Seventeen incidents of drunken driving have happened this year at Minot Air Force Base. Inconsiderate decisions like these reminded one Team Minot member of a traumatic duty he had to perform as a civilian medic. “I was one of the people that had to go recover the body,” said Senior Airman Gibbs Bellamour, 5th Medical Group Operation Squadron aerospace medical technician.
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