U.S. House passes defense bill with funding for Minot Air Force Base

Minot hosts Military Appreciation Day

Missing M-240 machine gun recovered in airman's off-base residence

Former commander at MAFB gets new position with Special Operations Command

U.S. Senate defense bill includes provisions for Minot

74 Vietnam War service members added to Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall

5th Bomb Wing change of command

Senators talk nuclear mission, weapons issues at Minot Air Force Base

Military graves decorated by flags at Minot's Rosehill Cemetery

No soldier left behind

91st security forces commander at MAFB relieved of duties amid weapons mishaps

Local Vietnam vets visit Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC, during Honor Flight

Weapons inventory ordered for Air Force Global Strike Command

WWII serviceman from Wilton identified 75 years after death

National Guard answers questions regarding weaponry

Minot Air Force Base investigating missing machine gun

Air Force announces switch to single combat utility uniform

UPDATE: Base officials offering reward for location of missing explosives

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