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  • Minot maintainers take effectiveness award

    The 5th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron recently won the 2005 Air Force Maintenance Effectiveness Award. “I’m extremely proud of the men and women of the 5 AMXS,” said Chief Master Sergeant Michael Perron, 5th AMXS superintendent. “I have always known they are the best and this award confirms it.” The 5th AMXS went above and beyond in their
  • Finance office has AF winner

    The Air Force recently recognized an Airman from the 5th Comptroller Squadron as the Air Force’s Outstanding Financial Manager Senior Noncommissioned Officer for 2005. “This is truly the highlight of my Air Force career,” said Master Sergeant Sterling Williams. “It was never on my radar.” During the year, Sergeant Williams served more than 17,000
  • Team Minot remembers one of its own

    Team Minot members will gather to honor a fallen Airman during a memorial service today at 3 p.m. at the North Plains Chapel. Senior Airman Michael Duhamel, 791st Missile Security Forces Squadron died March 29 from a pulmonary embolism, which caused seizures. “Mike was, in the best sense of the words, a good man, a good friend and a phenomenal
  • 5th CONS NCO wins Air Force award

    The Air Force recently recognized an Airman from the 5th Contracting Squadron as the Air Force’s Outstanding Contracting Enlisted Member for 2005. Tech. Sgt. Michael Weaver, 5th CONS acquisition flight NCO in charge credits the receipt of this award to strong family support along with excellent co-workers and leadership, who gave him the necessary
  • 91st SW civilian wins at AF level

    The Air Force recently recognized a civilian from the 91st Space Wing as the Air Force’s 2005 Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award for Munitions and Missile Maintenance. “It is really an honor to win an award at such a level,” said Roger Sundsbak, 91st Missile Maintenance Squadron corrosion shop manager. “This has to be the ultimate achievement.” During the
  • 54th Helicopter Squadron receives 7th UH-1N Huey

    The 54th Helicopter Squadron received a seventh UH-1N “Huey” helicopter Feb. 28 to increase its mission capability and ability to respond to missile complex needs. According to Col. Dan Ciechanowski, 91st Operations Group commander, the process took almost a year. The squadron needed the helicopter since the aging fleet, harsh weather conditions
  • 23rd BS receives multiple Air Medals

    Minot reached another milestone when 58 officers from the 23rd Bomb Squadron each received Air Medals for flying missions in support of operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom Tuesday. Air medals are awarded to Airmen for either sustained meritorious combat service or for single significant sorties. The Air Medal was established May 11, 1942, when
  • Rough Riders shatter alert rate record

    For the fourth year in a row a Minot Air Force Base unit ended the year in first place. The 91st Space Wing achieved the best Minuteman III Intercontinental Ballistic Missile alert rate in Air Force Space Command for 2005 with a 99.82 percent alert rate – the highest ever for a Minuteman system. The alert rate is the percentage of Minuteman III
  • MPF moves services to digital realm

    Weekly trips over to the Military Personnel Flight at the PRIDE Building to take care of personnel transactions may soon be unnecessary. Beginning March 31, some personnel transactions will be accessible online. Nonetheless, commander’s support staff and military personnel flight members will be available to advise how to complete transactions. The
  • 741st MS chef competes in cookie competition

    The smell and taste of cookies hot from the oven for many evokes happy memories of childhood. For one Airman here, his fresh-baked cookies landed him on national television. Senior Airman David Sutherland, a 741st Missile Squadron chef, was selected by the Food Network and competed Monday in Denver at the Cookie Challenge for recognition as the

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