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AFSPC Public Affairs

150 Vandenberg St., Ste 1105
Peterson AFB, CO 80914-4500
DSN:  692-3731
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Major Kurt Geisen, 40th Helicopter Squadron pilot, lands a UH-1N Huey helicopter on the flight line Feb. 25, during flight exercises. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Dillon White) Former Soldier, Sailor crosses into the Blue
The revolutions of two turboshaft engines reverberate through the cabin of the UH-1N Huey helicopter as its skids lift off the flight line. The 48 foot main rotor chops through zero-degree Montana air and churning snow. The three-man helicopter crew repeatedly lands and takes off, critiquing every movement of the roughly 10,500 pound aircraft. In
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2009
Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Rushford, squad leader, adjusts the gear of Senior Airman Jabari Bryan during a combat patrol in Iraq. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)       Security Forces troops charged with new missions while deployed
Two 13-person squads, one each from the 341st and 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron, and one company grade officer, have returned from a six-month deployment, taken their two weeks of rest and relaxation, and are transitioning back to their home-station duties. That transition should be easier than the one they had to make to accomplish their
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Airman goes 'above and beyond' for others
Airmen strive to meet the core values of the Air Force. There are some Airmen however that naturally meet and go beyond the core values of integrity, excellence and service in their own lives. One such Airman, Senior Airman Talbert Knepshield, a vehicle operator from the 30th Logistics Readiness Squadron, exemplifies the meaning of going beyond the
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2009
Denis Miller carries packages of old cell phones into the Malmstrom post office Feb. 2. The packages will be sent to a recycling center in Michigan and $5 for each one will be donated to the Cell Phones for Soldiers program on behalf of the Montana Retiree's Council. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo/Gloria Miller) Retirees continue making a difference
It has been one year since the members of the Montana Retiree's Council voted to become partners with the Cell Phones for Soldiers program and the successes they have seen have been many. In keeping with their motto, "Happy to Still Serve," council members Denis and Gloria Miller, are passionate about their commitment to this program. "We will keep
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2009
Capt. Mitchell Parrish, 341st Medical Operations Squadron flight surgeon (left), participates in a search and rescue exercise with the Missoula County Search and Rescue team near Missoula, Mont., November 2008. The crews attempt to safely roll a “dummy” victim into a “stokes litter,” which is then hoisted in the air to the helicopter hovering above. At Malmstrom, flight surgeons and flight nurses are required to accomplish one day and one night hoist per calendar year for training. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. David Oettel). A healthy dose of 'flight' medicine
You may not know them, in fact, you might not even recognize their faces, but they are an integral part of the 341st Missile Wing's mission and wear a variety of hats to take care of the people who operate, maintain, support and secure the weapon system at Malmstrom. Whether they are jumping out of helicopters to save stranded hikers; managing the
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2009
Missileers train in the Missile Procedures Trainer while two 341st Operations Group evaluators look on. (U.S. Air Force Photo/John Turner) 341st OSS: Enabling the fight
Editor's note: This is part two of a two-part series about the 341st Operations Support Squadron. Senior crew instructors and Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Code controllers are critical to making sure the mission of the 341st Operations Support Squadron gets carried out smoothly by making sure the instructors are properly qualified to teach
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2008
FORT BENNING, Ga. - First Lt. Joe Riedesel runs up to tackle a Marine  in support of his teammate, 2nd Lt. Marc Ward, during the Armed Forces Rugby Championship tournament in November. (Courtesy photo) Schriever lieutenant snags third rugby honor
First Lieutenant Joe Riedesel felt his bone give way. His nose doubled as a faucet as blood gushed out onto the grimy field. He stumbled from the field, rushed to the sideline and waited impatiently as trainers stuffed cotton up both of his nostrils. A quick squirt of peroxide and a pat on the back later, and he strode back on the field. Not even a
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2008
Capt. Heidi Kent, 341st Operations Group ICBM combat crew deputy evaluator, evaluates a crew in the Missile Procedures Trainer. She is advancing the trainer to events that the crew must respond to. She then monitors their reaction and rates them accordingly. The MPT simulates what missileers encounter in the field.  (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner) 341st OSS: Executing the mission
Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series about the 341st Operations Support Squadron The 341st Operations Support Squadron is the backbone of many operations integral to guarantee Malmstrom's mission gets completed without a hitch, every day. The OSS is composed of many different sections that work together to ensure our combat
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2008
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - A child chooses her crayon in the "crafts booth" at the Eighth Annual Children's Holiday Festival in the Main Fitness Center here Dec. 6. The festival included games, prizes, food and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Stacy D. Foster) Weather clears up for Eighth Annual Children's Holiday Festival
Driving to Schriever in the winter can be a harrowing experience. The roads are iced over and snow is blowing everywhere, making it hard to see farther than few feet. On Dec. 6, parents and children from the Schriever community saw no such problems as the skies were clear and the sun was shining, making it a beautiful day to drive to the Eighth
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2008
F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo. -- Tech. Sgt. Emily Popkoski, junior enlisted aide to the 20th Air Force commander, keeps her culinary skills honed to perfection.  Sergeant Popkoski was recently named the 2008 Air Force Junior Enlisted Aide. (courtesy photo) Award winner; Enlisted aide best kept secret in AF
"Do you want to become a general's enlisted aide?" asked the career functional area manager. "Let me know by tomorrow." The ear, nose and throat surgery technician had to make a quick decision: Should she stay with her current Air Force career or accept the special duty? Unbeknownst to her, the affirmative answer would eventually lead her to
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2008
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