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  • AGE ranger: no stranger to danger

    Airmen from the 5th Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment section are responsible for maintaining and repairing equipment that supply electricity, hydraulic and air pressure to various aircraft. The AGE Airmen not only perform inspections and troubleshooting, they repair and maintain proper standards for all equipment on base. These Airmen ensure Minot’s B-52H Stratofortress fleet is ready for flight 24/7.
  • Storm front

    Airmen from the 69th Bomb Squadron and 5th Operations Support Squadron flew a training sortie near Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Aug. 2, 2017. The flight incorporated both offensive and defensive training scenarios. With inclement weather in the area, the crew had to make in-flight adjustments to avoid turbulent skies. (U.S. Air Force photos by
  • Only the best come north

    I was born in Georgia and raised in Alabama, known for their southern hospitality, long summers and moderate winters. Needless to say, I’d never been this far north so I didn’t know what I was getting myself into when I learned I was coming to Minot, North Dakota. It wasn’t long before I heard about Minot Air Force Base’s negative stereotype. When
  • Stride-for-stride

    Dirt flies, muscles throb and lungs burn. The chase is on as he pushes himself to the limits. He is so close, yet feels so far away. Forcing every last ounce of energy out, he closes the gap on the familiar figure in front of him. Closer and closer, inch-by-inch as the distance diminishes over every second. Closer and closer still…Second Lt.
  • Outdoor opportunities, adventures: ND hunting, fishing licensing laws

    Many states offer active-duty military members special hunting and fishing opportunities and discounted fees. However, as members move across the nation, it can be challenging to know the local laws. It’s important for members stationed at Minot Air Force Base comply with North Dakota’s laws and policies, so they can take full advantage of the
  • A fair amount of education

    The Education Center hosted an informative fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, July 26.
  • There and back again: a commander’s journey

    Looking back at his first assignment here, Townsend remembers his friends and colleagues the most.
  • Walking on sunshine: Minot Monday Community Walks

    During the months of July and August, the Health and Wellness Center hosts Minot Monday Community Walks from 10-11 a.m. at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. The walks last from 45 minutes to an hour and are held at various locations across base.“The biggest reason we do this is to bring people together and promote physical activity,” said Sheena
  • Deter and defend: 91st MW code change

    In order to maintain security, the codes required to launch the 91st Missile Wing’s 150 Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles are changed every year during an approximate three-week process.
  • Al Udeid Air Base launches Chief shadowing program

    A group of Airmen are sitting together and this question is asked: “Who knows what the Chief does?” With a look blank look on each of their faces, a few vague answers, an idea for a new program is born.

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