About two-thirds of the airmen involved in the cheating investigation at Malmstrom Air Force Base have been returned to alert duty or are in the training pipeline to be recertified.

One hundred officers at Malmstrom were involved in the investigation.

An investigation report released in late March revealed low morale and other issues throughout the nuclear force that prompted the Air Force to ask airmen to make suggestions for improvements.

The Great Falls Tribune reports that some of the improvements being rolled out as a result include the Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service Medal.

The Air Force also recently released other new incentives for nuclear airmen, including scholarships for airmen who would perform intercontinental ballistic missile duty and bonus pay.

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