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Malmstrom AFB preps for annual Retiree Appreciation Weekend

Posted: May 14, 2018 12:42 PM Updated:
10th Avenue North entrance to Malmstrom Air Force Base 10th Avenue North entrance to Malmstrom Air Force Base

Military retirees from across Montana will be able to come to Malmstrom Air Force Base for the annual Retirees Appreciation Weekend.

The annual event will kick off on Friday during a retreat ceremony that will honor retirees at 4 p.m. at Memorial Park.

There will be a social at the Grizzly Bend following the retreat.

On Saturday, the Military Personnel section and base Clinic will operate on special hours for those that need care.

There will also be updates from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, social security office, casualty affairs, legal and the 341st Force Support Squadron.

The event gives Malmstrom the opportunity to serve those who have served and retired from military service.

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