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  • Innovation Council ‘pitch day’ awards $236,000 contract

    The Grand Forks Air Force Base Innovation Council, 319th Contracting Flight, and the University of North Dakota partnered in an effort to host a virtual pitch day on June 17, 2020, at the UND Center for Innovation.
  • Airmen involved in fatal shooting incident identified

    Airman First Class Natasha Raye Aposhian, 21, assigned to the 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron, was killed during a fatal shooting incident in a dormitory here on June 1st.
  • Fatal shooting occurs at Grand Forks Air Force Base

    A shooting incident at approximately 4:30 a.m. today has left two 319th Reconnaissance Wing active duty military members dead.
  • Air Force Surgeon General visits Grand Forks

    Lt. Gen. Dorothy Hogg, Air Force Surgeon General, and Chief Master Sgt. George “Steve” Cum, Chief of the Medical Enlisted Force visited with Airmen at the 319th Medical Group here, Jan. 27.
  • New Space Force Leader Visits Crew at Cavalier Air Station

    Gen. John Raymond, U.S. Space Force chief of space operations, visited here, Jan. 10, for his first in-depth look at the Cavalier mission and to provide Spartan Airmen insight into the future of Space Force.
  • Reconnaissance WIC class graduates newest instructors

    Through a thorough selection and application process, six instructors were chosen and graduated the Reconnaissance Weapons Instructor Course (WIC), Dec. 14, at the U.S. Air Force Weapons School (WPS).
  • Meningococcal meningitis update

    You may have heard that a Grand Forks AFB family member was recently diagnosed with a presumptive case of meningitis. State public health authorities have confirmed that this illness was not caused by the same bacteria involved in a meningitis case here last month. These are unfortunate but unrelated medical occurrences, and after careful
  • 319th Medical Group to reorganize base clinic

    Grand Forks Air Force Base’s Medical Group is preparing to reorganize the base clinic into two separate squadrons to simultaneously focus on medically-ready warfighters and providing world-class care to beneficiaries.
  • Base flightline undergoes pavement touch-ups

    The 319th Civil Engineer Squadron construction and pavement shop completed flightline touch-ups June 25, 2019, on Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota.
  • Gold Star Family Member visits 319th Air Base Wing

    Gold Star Family Members are immediate family members of service members who were killed in combat, through an act of terrorism, declared missing in action or a prisoner of war. The recognition of these family members allows them to maintain a connection to the military service and legacy of their fallen service member.