Military probing whether cancers linked to nuclear silo work

The Associated Press has a story tied to military service with Minot Air Force Base implications. Nine service members tied to nuclear missile silo work decades ago in Montana have been diagnosed with blood cancer. There are indications it maybe related to their service period at Malmstrom Air Force Base. Get the full story from

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How to re-engine a B-52 and make a new bomber fleet

Minot Air Force Base’s B-52 Bombers are part of a fleet that’s been flying missions for over 70 years. It’s a testament to the aircraft’s design and ability, and it’s a role that’s expected to continue for another 30 years, at least. But to extend the life is going to take new engines, and that’s

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