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  • Changes to Base Tax Center

    Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the free tax services offered through Minot Air Force Base's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program will be modified for the upcoming filing season. Airmen, E-1 through E-6, will receive tax services between 25 January and 14 March 2021.
  • First Term Officers Course

    As a newly commissioned officer arriving at a first duty station, there can be a swarm of things running through your head. Not only are you faced with the real world aspects of your job that you need to focus on, but you also have to think about being a strong leader and the nuances of communication. It can be overwhelming and can make you feel like your head is spinning trying to keep on top of everything at once.
  • Airmen of Team Minot- Airman First Class Juliana Martin, Administrative Technician

    A1C Juliana Martin is an Administrative Technician for the 91st Missile Maintenance Squadron Command Support Staff. Martin is originally from Oscoda, MI, and was previously stationed at Yokota Air Force Base in Japan for two years. After her time in Japan she joined Team Minot in November 2019.
  • Airmen of Team Minot- Airman First Class Cameron Maxfield , missile communications technician

    A1C Cameron Maxfield is a missile communications technician with the 91st Missile Maintenance Squadron. Originally from Fort Hood, Texas, he became a member of Team Minot in September 2019.
  • Airmen of Team Minot- Staff Sergeant Theodore Debauge, air transportation specialist

    Staff Sergeant Theodore Debauge is an air transportation specialist with the 5th Logistics Readiness Squadron Air Transportation Function. In his position he oversees the transfer of cargo and passengers from start to finish. Debauge is an essential part of the planning phase right down to the execution phase. Through the use of an application on his computer, he can determine optimal loading procedures ranging from cargo to people. By plugging in weights and calculations, he can figure out exactly how to place cargo onto any aircraft in the United States Air Force.
  • Veterans of Minot- John Jeziorski

    John Jeziorske is a veteran who works on Minot Air Force Base and is the Executive Director for the Community Action Board, Chair of the Minot Community Action Team and is the focal point for all things resilience for Minot AFB, including the Master Resilience Trainer program. He works with all the helping agencies on base to help commanders and build resiliency within the community. “Ultimately, the teams I work with are working hard to improve the grit and quality-of-life for the Airmen and families of Minot AFB.” said Jeziorske.
  • Veterans of Minot- Tim Rose

    Tim Rose is a veteran who works on Minot Air Force Base and is the Chief of Information Protection for the 5th Bomb Wing. He is responsible for information security and handles clearances, classified materials as well as working with contractors who have access to classified materials. Prior to his position as a civilian, he served in the Air Force from 1982 to 2004.
  • 91st Missile Wing Airman Pursues Two Dreams

    Capt. Tarina Crook, a 91st Missile Wing Missilier, stationed at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., is an airman chasing two dreams. Crook grew up as a military brat in O’Fallen, Illinois. She eventually joined the military and began a long-term career in the Air Force. However, Crook has an additional calling to help others. This altruistic nature has led her to pursue a budding career in social work. Crook divides her time between her duties as a Missilier and volunteering in the community.
  • Airmen of Team Minot- Airman 1st Class John Schmidt, Air Traffic Control apprentice

    Airman 1st Class John Schmidt is an air traffic control apprentice with the 5th Operational Support Squadron. He works with his supervisors to learn how to effectively direct B-52s in their daily operations. Schmidt gathers information from instruments in the air traffic control tower and provides it to appropriate agencies such as base operations, the maintenance operations command center and even the 5th Medical Group.
  • Mother-daughter share MMIII test launch experience, decades apart

    In the early morning of June 8, 1994, a then-1st Lt. Linda Tonnies, 740th Missile Squadron operator, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, turned the launch key and launched an unarmed Minuteman III ICBM for Glory Trip 155 at Vandenberg AFB, California. Little did she know that 26 years later, her daughter 1st. Lt. Taylor Tonnies, 742d Missile Squadron operator, Minot AFB, would do the same.

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