Whiteman AFB: Supporting the Mission

It takes many different jobs and specialties to help a wing function and contribute to Air Force Global Strike Command’s ability to deter adversaries and assure allies. Watch how Whiteman AFB’s career assistance and legal office support the mission.

“We welcome all our newly trained Airmen from tech school and transition them to an operational environment. I also run the professional development programs to include professional enhancement, which develop our supervisors to help lead those Airmen.”

“We help commanders maintain good order and discipline among their troops. That helps them accomplish their mission as we piece it all together for the Global Strike mission: nuclear deterrence.”

Malmstrom AFB Security Forces Global Strike Challenge Tryouts

341st Missile Wing SFG Global Strike Challenge Tryouts

Members of the 341st Missile Wing Security Forces Group at Malmstrom AFB, Mont., try out for Global Strike Challenge 2014. They’re putting their strength, endurance and commitment to the test for the chance to compete on a 5-man team in the security forces portion of GSC.

Four Team Malmstrom members attempt to push an up-armored Humvee across the finish line during the 3rd Annual Aces Cop Combat Challenge at Malmstrom Air Force Base on June 20. The Humvee weighed approximately 14,000 pounds and was required to be pushed more than 15 yards up hill and back again. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)

3rd Annual Aces Cop Combat Challenge

Security forces personnel from Malmstrom Air Force Base and the Montana Air National Guard had the opportunity to put their skills to the test during the 3rd Annual Aces Cop Combat Challenge. During the challenge, teams of four members had to work together to conquer 23 stations designed to push their teamwork, decision making skills, endurance and strength to the limit.

The darkness before the dawn

Mission: Protect the B-2

Staff Sgt. Dexter Gore is Whiteman AFB’s Intrusion Detection Systems Supervisor. He and his team are responsible for installing, maintaining and trouble shooting sensors used to protect the B-2, America’s only stealth bomber, from unauthorized access…a big change from what Gore ever thought he’d be doing when he first joined the Air Force in 2004!