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  • Shaun Sipma visits Team Minot

    The honorable Shaun Sipma, mayor of Minot, North Dakota, was given a complete tour of a B-52h Stratofortress Feb. 24, 2021 at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota.
  • Team Minot Look Back at 2020

    Team Minot has faced many hardships stemming from a global pandemic in 2020, but never stopped performing its critical missions while taking care of its Airmen and families. Faced with challenges from COVID-19, the 5th Bomb Wing continued to execute multiple mission sets in support of combatant commands around the world; all while the 91st Missile Wing remained flexible and on watch, adjusting their deployment operations to sustain around the clock operations crucial to maintaining our Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) fleet.
  • Warbirds: Execute Lethal Global Strike

    Illustrated are the mission priorities of the 5th Bomb Wing, Minot Air Force Base, ND. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jesse Jenny)
  • Dual Military Couples: Navigating Military Life Together

    According to the 2018 Demographics Report published by the Department of Defense, 10.9% of active duty Air Force members (enlisted and officer) are in dual-military marriages, meaning an active duty Airman is married to another active duty or reserve Airman. In some ways, dual-military life can be compared to a normal working couple’s relationship, but it comes with its own unique set of opportunities and challenges.
  • Held in Reserve

    It was a tall order, as any Deputy Commander position would be, and that tall order would land square on the shoulders of Lt. Col. Jaydee Burns, a reservist who was currently employed with the Air Force Nuclear Command, Control and Communications Center (NC3) at Barksdale Air Force Base.
  • Black History Month

    February marks the start of Black History Month and Minot AFB is excited to have the opportunity to continue the growth of observing, celebrating and honoring the contributions of African Americans to the Air Force and to our nation.
  • Air Force Global Strike flyover to support Super Bowl LV in Tampa

    Three different Air Force Global Strike Command bombers will conduct a first-of-its-kind flyover during the National Anthem performance at the fifty-fifth Super Bowl Feb. 7. over Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
  • Compassion Character and Candor

    Chief Wieser's perspective of what it takes to be a leader.
  • COVID-19 vaccine arrives at Minot

    The 5th Medical Group at Minot Air Force Base will receive doses of the COVID-19 vaccine with intentions to distribute the vaccine on a volunteer basis. Local prioritization follows the Centers for Disease Control and Department of Defense guidance. First priorities will be given to those healthcare personnel, emergency services and public safety personnel (Fire Department and Security Forces). The next priorities are maintaining essential national security and installation functions, those being deployed, and individuals at the highest risk of developing a severe illness from COVID-19 during the initial distribution phase.
  • New Year New Safety Week

    The 5th Bomb Wing Safety Evaluation will be conducting their annual Safety Week starting Jan. 4, 2021 and will continue through Friday, Jan. 8, 2021. Unlike traditional in-person briefings, this year the functional areas of safety will be conducting online briefings three times a day at 9 a.m., 12 p.m., and 3 p.m. on CVR Teams to reemphasize safety for the wing.
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