91st Security Forces Group

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91st Security Forces Group
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Type Air Force Infantry
Role Missile Defenders
Garrison/HQ Minot Air Force Base
Colonel Raymund M. Tembreull [1]

The 91st Security Forces Group is a unit of the 91st Missile Wing based at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. The 91st SFG consists of the 91st Missile Security Forces Squadron, the 791st Missile Security Forces Squadron, and the 91st Security Support Squadron. As of 18 December 2008, the 91st SFG includes the 219th Security Forces Squadron of the North Dakota Air National Guard. When fully manned, the 219 SFS will be the largest Air Guard Security Forces Squadron.

These units are the largest military police contingent at Minot Air Force Base, being primarily responsible for maintaining the security of the Minuteman III missile silos in the surrounding area. When added together with the 5th Security Forces Squadron, Minot AFB has more Security Forces Airmen than any other installation in the Department of Defense.


  • Constituted 25 September 1973 as 91st Security Police Group
Activated 1 October 1973
Redesignated 91st Missile Security Group on 15 December 1992
Inactivated ca. 1 July 1994
  • Redesignated 91st Security Forces Group and activated ca 2003


  • 91st Strategic Missile Wing (later 91st Missile Wing, 91st Space Wing, 91st Missile Wing): 1 October 1973 - ca. 1 July 1994, ca 2003–present


  • 91st Security Police Squadron (later 91st Security Forces Squadron): 1 October 1973 - ca. 1 July 1994, ca 2003–present
  • 91st Missile Security Squadron (later 91st Missile Security Forces Squadron): 1 October 1973 - ca. 1 July 1994, ca 2003–present
  • 92d Missile Security Squadron: 1 October 1973 - ca. 1 July 1994
  • 219th Security Forces Squadron (attached): 18 December 2008 – present