Malmstrom Air Force Base

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Malmstrom Air Force Base

(mälm`strəm, mălm`–), U.S. military installation, 3,573 acres (1,446 hectares), W central Mont., E of Great Falls; est. 1942. During World War II, it was the takeoff point for Soviet-bound lend-leaselend-lease,
arrangement for the transfer of war supplies, including food, machinery, and services, to nations whose defense was considered vital to the defense of the United States in World War II. The Lend-Lease Act, passed (1941) by the U.S.
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 matériel; after the war it was a training base for crews in the Berlin Airlift. The now-dissolved Strategic Air CommandStrategic Air Command
(SAC), former command of the U.S. air force (see Air Force, United States Department of the) charged with organizing, training, equipping, administering, and preparing strategic air forces for combat; it was headquartered at Offutt Air Force Base.
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 (SAC) assumed command in 1954; SAC's first Minuteman missile wing was established there in 1961. The missile complex adjoining the base is one of the largest in the world.
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Meade, MD; the 116th Air Control Wing (E-8C JSTARS), Robins AFB, GA; the 552nd Air Control Wing (E-3B/C), Tinker AFB, OK; the 819th Red Horse Squadron, Malmstrom AFB, MT; and the 3rd Air Support Operations Group, Fort Hood, TX.
86 "A List" Awards recognizing service satisfaction scores of 85% or higher at Altus AFB, OK; Beale AFB, CA; NWS Charleston, SC; NWS Earle, NJ; FE Warren AFB, WY; NAS JRB Fort Worth, TX; NCBC Gulfport, MS; NAS Key West, FL; NSB Kings Bay, GA; NAES Lakehurst, NJ; Luke AFB, AZ; Malmstrom AFB, MT; NAS Meridian, FL; Mitchel Complex, NY; NSB New London, CT; NAVSTA Newport, RI; NSA Panama City, FL; NAS Pensacola, FL; Sheppard AFB,TX; Tinker AFB, OK; Travis AFB, CA; Tyndall AFB, FL; Vandenberg AFB, CA; Whiteman AFB, MO; and NAS Whiting Field, FL.
Malmstrom AFB accounts for most of this figure, but also included are the Montana Air National Guard and civilian contractors for the Department of Defense.
for Air Combat Command; Ford Island, HI, for Defense Finance and Accounting Service; Hurlburt Field, FL, for Air Force Special Operations Command; Malmstrom AFB, MN, for Air Force Space Command; March Air Reserve Base, CA, for Air Force Reserve Command; McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, TN, for Air National Guard; Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, for U.
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