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Ryan to lead Regional Training Institute

November 18, 2013 DEVILS LAKE – A veteran of Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom recently assumed command of the North Dakota National Guard’s Headquarters of the 164th Regional Training Institute. Lt. Col. more »»

Versatile aircraft

November 10, 2013 OKLAHOMA CITY – Boeing will continue to increase the B-52 bomber’s effectiveness and versatility under a new Air Force contract that calls for the aircraft’s smart weapons capacity to expand by 50... more »»

Meeting set to establish Marine Corps League in N.D.

November 10, 2013 BISMARCK – An organizational meeting for the establishment of a North Dakota Detachment of the Marine Corps League will be held Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. in the Bismarck AMVETS Club. more »»

Battalion changes command

October 28, 2013 Lt. Col. David Bruschwin, of Bismarck, has assumed command of the North Dakota National Guard’s 164th Engineer Battalion. A change of command ceremony was held Oct. more »»

Brand new facility

October 20, 2013 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – When air traffic controllers at Minot Air Force Base are at work, they are in the newest and most modern control tower of the Department of Defens. more »»

Retired Lt. Gen. Dick Newton:

October 13, 2013 Editor’s note: These two stories are from an interview with retired Lt. Gen. Dick Newton Oct. 2 in Minot. A story on Newton published in the Oct. more »»

Retired Lt. Gen. Dick Newton:

October 13, 2013 Retired Lt. Gen. Dick Newton says he believes the Department of Defense budget is going to get smaller whether or not there is sequestration. more »»

Veteran receives his medals

October 6, 2013 Submitted Photo Gerald Wickman, left, of Burlington, was presented military service medals for his service in the U.S. Army. Sally Johnson, veteran constituent services representative for Sen. more »»

IN THE MILITARY

October 6, 2013 Airman Anna Paulus graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. more »»

Basin Transload receives Patriot Award

October 4, 2013 James Opitz doesn’t have to worry about his employer, Basin Transload LLC, an affiliate of midstream logistics and marketing company Global Partners LP, supporting him being a soldier in the North... more »»

Fire victims remembered

September 29, 2013 Ron Fandrick, a young airman in the Air Force from Underwood, was at Syracuse University in New York attending classes 54 years ago when the dorm he was staying in caught fire and burned. more »»

DAV plate allows parking in handicap zones

September 29, 2013 A disabled veteran who has a Disabled American Veteran plate now can park his or her vehicle in a handicap zone without the use of a separate handicap sign or notice in their vehicle, said Jamie... more »»

Volunteer van drivers needed

September 3, 2013 The Department of Veterans Affairs Transportation Networks is in need of volunteer van driver. more »»

Visiting the crash site of Mag the Hag II

July 14, 2013 Editor’s note: Paul Butterworth, of Newnan, Ga., who is a relative of Minot pilot 1st Lt. Harry W. more »»

Former Marine raising awareness for veterans

June 9, 2013 Former U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Chuck Lewis is Walking for the Fallen – USA. A Vietnam veteran, Lewis, 62, of Ronan, Mont., stopped in Minot on his trek that started from Everett, Wash. more »»

IN THE MILITARY

June 9, 2013 Capt. Gregory Buxa retired from the U.S. Coast Guard on June 5. Buxa has been in the Pacific Area at Alameda, Calif., since July 2010, where he was responsible for Pacific Area Preparedness Plannin. more »»

Commander explains need for nuclear triad

May 19, 2013 (Editor’s note: These stories and photos are a continuation of information from the Sunday, May 5, edition of The Minot Daily News about the nuclear triad symposium held in Minot earlier this mont. more »»

Bob Joseph: Russia, China expanding nuclear forces

May 19, 2013 Russian and Chinese leaders see their relationship with the United States much differently than the U.S. more »»

Huessy: Nuclear triad has excellent deterrence rates

May 19, 2013 Nuclear weapons have excellent rates in deterring conflicts. They’re stopping anyone from using nuclear weapons against the U.S. or its allies, says the president of a defense consulting firm. more »»

 
 

 

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