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  • A force to be reckoned with

    Airmen from the 91st Missile Security Forces Squadron participate in field training at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, May 6, 2019. The three-day nuclear tactical skills training is designed to maintain fundamental skills and lethality in the field. (U.S. Air Force photos by Airman 1st Class Heather Leveille) 
  • 5th MXS CPI: Teamwork makes the dream work

    Last week, members of the 5th Maintenance Squadron began planning a way to decrease the time it takes to maintain a B-52H Stratofortress in between every 450 flight hours, known as a phase inspection, at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota.Known as the continuous process improvement (CPI), the plan will increase efficiency throughout a phase
  • 24/7 protection

    Even after many days out in the field, the 91st Missile Security Forces Squadron Airmen still have responsibilities left.Once getting back to base, Airmen have a check list of items to complete before getting to go home to rest.“The Airmen drop off all their personal gear to their cars, then they need to account and return all other gear to the
  • InBody: A step towards a healthier lifestyle

    Since October 2018, the 5th Medical Group Health and Wellness Center has been using a more precise way to analyze the overall fitness levels of Airmen and families at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota.By using an InBody machine, Team Minot members are able to receive a quick analysis of their body composition and see what specific areas they may
  • Surviving Abuse: Elizabeth Smart's advice

    Elizabeth Smart is a survivor, and her story has provided guidance and solace to scores of people that have lived through trauma. At the Jimmy Doolittle Center this past Wednesday, a crowd of Airmen, civilians and spouses listened as she told her own story of abuse and how she has dealt with it.
  • 5th MXS pneudraulics Airmen work well under pressure

    The Minot Air Force Base 5th Maintenance Squadron aircraft hydraulic systems section is responsible for inspecting and maintaining all the base’s B-52H Stratofortress hydraulic systems. These Airmen maintain all fluid, air or gas-pressured devices on the B-52H Stratofortress. Pneudraulics maintainers also ensure aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems are always working properly. (U.S. Air Force photos by Senior Airman Jonathan McElderry)
  • Strength through sharing, Team Minot hosts Storytellers

    Team Minot hosts the Storytellers at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, March 28, 2019. The Storytellers Event was held so people could share the stories of their most difficult moments and how they overcame it. (U.S. Air Force photos by Airman 1st Class Heather Leveille)
  • Rise & Shine: Team Minot Airmen test ICBM rocket loading system

    Airmen with the 791st Maintenance Squadron mechanical and pneudraulics section tension the hoist on a transporter erector at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, April 1, 2019. The 791st MXS maintainers are responsible for transporter erector inspections, periodic maintenance and troubleshooting procedures. A transporter erector is used to downstage
  • Airfield management runs checks and balances

    Even though B-52H Stratofortresses regularly takeoff at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, there are many checks and balances done to ensure a smooth departure.Airfield managers are responsible for various aspects of airfield operations to assure that all takeoffs and landings occur without incident.“We are in charge of airfield safety, filing
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