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  • Days of Remembrance: cultural awareness observance

    The week of remembrance is set aside to honor and remember the victims of the Holocaust and their liberators. This year the Holocaust Days of Remembrance week will be observed from April 19-26, 2020. Holocaust Remembrance Day is Tuesday, April 21, 2020.
  • Minot defenders join U.S. Air Force Rugby Team

    The United States Air Force men’s and women’s rugby teams gathered in Glendale, Colorado in March for what was supposed to be a historic two week tournament named The Australia, New Zealand, United States Shield, where the United States Air Force would battle the Royal Australian Air Force and Royal New Zealand Air Force rugby teams.
  • Month of the Military Child 2020: Purple Up! Day

    April is designated as Month of the Military Child; a time to honor the sacrifices made by military families worldwide, with an emphasis on the experience of the dependent children of military members serving at home and overseas. Month of the Military Child is sponsored by the Department of Defense Military Community and Family Policy and supported by many other organizations such as the DoDEA. Wednesday April 15, 2020 is Purple Up! Day for HQ, Europe & Pacific and the Americas. Select military installations or communities may decide to designate different days throughout the month.
  • North Dakota DOH releases Amended Confinement Order

    The North Dakota Department of Health recently released an Amended Confinement Order for all individuals traveling back to North Dakota from international locations and states in the U.S. Those individuals must quarantine immediately upon reentry to the state of North Dakota and for a period of 14 days, or for the duration of the person's presence in North Dakota, whichever period is shorter.
  • Five Minutes to Thrive: Losers of the World: UNITE!

    Hello, my name is Ashley and I’m a loser. Big or small, it’s safe to say we’ve all lost something in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Losing important things (and people) can shake foundational beliefs about the way we thought life would be, and should be. When our current realities differ greatly from the expectations and fantasies we’ve held, it’s normal for us to experience disappointment, grief, and a loss of control.
  • Retiree Base Access Changes

    Base access for Retirees, their dependents, and Veteran Benefits card holders who do not live on the installation and who are not DoD civilians’ employees, are limited to Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. On those days, they may access the Shoppette, Military Treatment Facility, the pharmacy, and helping agencies (i.e. MPF, Finance, Legal, etc. – by appointment only). Most other facilities are closed due to COVID-19. The Commissary and Base Exchange access is further limited to Wednesdays and Sundays.
  • The Choice is Yours

    In our world we seldom slow down to notice life’s transitions. We rush from the past to the future rarely taking time to truly notice the present. When we experience change, such as the birth of a child, a new duty station, the cancelation of leave or of orders, or the death of a loved one we stand, often uncomfortably, in the thresholds of life.
  • Building Relationships

    With school being out, this is the perfect time for Team Minot families to learn a new skill. Recently, Airmen from the 5th Civil Engineer Squadron at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, started showing Team Minot families fun STEM related projects to do at home. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Electronics and Mathematics. Senior Airman Zach Mikwyn and Shanice Montana-Graham, 5th CES electrical power production Airmen organized a series of videos containing fun science related projects to do at home.
  • Teleworking Tips

    Team Minot provides tips for teleworking.
  • A "brew-ti-ful" experience

    Whether you drink espresso, americano, cappuccino, or frappuccino, getting a cup of coffee is one of the most common morning routines. On March 26, the Minot Air Force Base community, as part of the Minot Strong campaign, came together to give back to Airmen and their families by providing fresh coffee beans to those in need.

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