Minot AFB - Small Business Contracting Information and Assistance

Minot Air Force Base (AFB) 5th Bomb Wing 91st Missile Wing


 

Minot Air Force Base (AFB) - This web page provides information and guidance for doing business with Minot AFB. Included on this web page is information about subcontracting with prime defense contractors supporting the 5th Bomb Wing, the 91st Missile Wing, and other Air Force and DoD units at Minot AFB.   

  

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The 5th Bomb Wing is the host unit for Minot AFB.  The 5th Bomb Wing provides base support services, such as civil engineering, supply/logistics, housing and billeting, medical, personnel, and other support functions. The 5th Bomb Wing maintains and flies the B-51H Stratofortress Bomber. There are approximately 5,470 military personnel and 722 civilian employees assigned to the 5th Bomb Wing.

Minot AFB is also home to the 91st Missile Wing. The 91st Missile Wing maintains and operates the Minuteman III nuclear Intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM). The 91st Missile Wing is one of three operational intercontinental ballistic missile units. The 91st Missile Wing is responsible for 150 Minuteman III ICBMs, 15 missile alert facilities, and 150 remote launch facilities. These missiles and facilities are dispersed across an 8,500 square mile area in central North Dakota. There are approximately 1,800 military personnel assigned to the 91st Missile Wing. 

Minot Air Force Base (AFB) Map

Minot Air Force Base is located approximately
13 miles north of Minot, North Dakota.

Minot AFB Organizations and Tenant Units 

  • 5th Bomb Wing (5 BW)
    • 5th Operations Group
    • 5th Maintenance Group
    • 5th Mission Support Group 
    • 5th Medical Group
  • 91st Missile Wing (91 MW)
    • 91st Operations Group
    • 91st Maintenance Group
    • 91st Security Forces Group

Minot AFB - official website:   http://www.minot.af.mil/

Minot AFB - base operator:  701-723-1110 

Minot AFB Contracting Office:  
The 5th Contracting Squadron (5 CONS) provides contracting and procurement support for the military units assigned to Minot AFB.

    5th Contracting Squadron
    211 Missile Avenue
    Minot AFB, North Dakota 58705-5027
      Contract Specialist Phone Numbers: 701-723-3056  /  701-723-4674  /  701-723-7499  /  701-723-4182  / 701-723-6367

       
      Small Business Opportunities at Minot AFB 

      There are both small business set-aside contracts and numerous subcontracting opportunities  at Minot AFB. For information about current small business opportunities at this military installation, contact the Minot Air Force Base small business specialist. 

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