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Cedric Red Feather: A true survivor

February 11, 2013 Cedric Red Feather doesn’t remember when he was severely wounded in Vietnam. He woke up later in an Army hospital in Japan with amnesia. more »»

Maintainers also musicians

January 28, 2013 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – RedBall, a local band comprised of 5th Bomb Wing-assigned members at Minot Air Force Base, has performed for events like the car show, Bronze Star presentation, commanders’... more »»

Airmen enjoy wild game at Sportsmen Feed

January 28, 2013 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – Amid record temperatures dipping well below minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit, the 48th Annual Team Minot Sportsmen Feed was held at the Jimmy Doolittle Center at Minot Air Force... more »»

Camp Grafton commander retires

January 28, 2013 DEVILS LAKE – The commander of the North Dakota National Guard’s Camp Grafton Training Center at Devils Lake officially retires on Thursday after 36 years of service. Col. more »»

Protecting the border

January 20, 2013 After spending most of 2012 assisting the U.S. more »»

Minot AFB medic receives combat medals

January 20, 2013 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – During a recent deployment to Afghanistan, Tech. Sgt. more »»

Shot down

January 13, 2013 Ron Rasmussen was shot down during the Vietnam War on July 11, 1970, over the A Shau Valley in the northern part of South Vietnam near the Laos border. more »»

‘Shot down over the A Shua Valley’

January 13, 2013 The mission was a “double cycle” in that the front half of the mission was “out of country” as in Laos, and after air-refueling the second half was done “in country,” that is RVN (Republic of... more »»

N.D. man recalls Vietnam War Linebacker operation

December 17, 2012 FARGO –Randy Wimmer, of Fargo, was checked out as an Air Force B-52 navigator only a few months before participating in Operation Linebacker II in December 1972 – 40 years ago. more »»

Soldiers return from innovative training in Iowa

December 2, 2012 CAMP DODGE, Iowa – “It was a rush being under the helicopter doing hands-on training that we have not done before,” Sgt. more »»

A hero’s story

November 18, 2012 Toby Oothoudt never knew his father, U.S. Navy Radioman 1st Class Marvin Dewayne Oothoudt. Toby was born in Minot three weeks after his father was killed in action in World War II. more »»

Security forces ‘kick up’ techniques

October 29, 2012 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – Security forces airmen at Minot Air Force Base took part in a weeklong martial arts training seminar at the base Oct. more »»

Hard work earns Minot AFB Youth Center big money

October 29, 2012 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – Minot Air Force Base’s Youth Center was recently awarded the 2012 Maytag Dependable Club Award through the Boys and Girls Club of America and with it $100,000 in grants. more »»

B-52 going strong at Minot AFB

October 21, 2012 Editor’s note: The last B-52 bomber (61-1040) came off the assembly line at Boeing in June 1962 and was brought to Minot Air Force Base Oct. 26, 1962 – 50 years ago. Col. James Dawkins J. more »»

Association works with community

October 17, 2012 By SENIOR AIRMAN JOSE L. more »»

In the Military

October 17, 2012 Sara Fundingsland, a 2011 Minot High School graduate and current student at North Dakota State Univer-sity, Fargo, completed basic military training in the U.S. Air Force Oc. more »»

Pilots team up with maintainers

October 8, 2012 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – Imagine joining the Air Force with a job to maintain the B-52H Stratofortress and its weapon syste. more »»

ICBM enterprise gets a boost

October 8, 2012 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – The 91st Missile Wing at Minot Air Force Base reached a historic milestone on Sept. more »»

B-52s news

September 24, 2012 A community drive is underway by the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee to raise $75,000 for a model B-52 bomber for Minot Air Force Base. more »»

Defense Department and VA to fund $100 million PTSD and TBI study

September 24, 2012 The Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs announced they are investing more than $100 million in research to improve diagnosis and treatment of mild Traumatic Brain Injury an... more »»



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