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The Air National Guard's I.G. Brown Training and Education Center mixed-use facility, Buildings 418, 414A-B, is a 46,871 square foot classroom and dormitory facility for training and education at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base in east Tennessee. The facility was constructed from August 2014 to January 2017. The facility offers free Wi-Fi throughout. There are 97 single occupancy dorm rooms. There are six 31-person classrooms and two 148-person combined classrooms, dividable into three smaller classrooms of 64, 41, and 43, or of those combinations. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Mike R. Smith) ANG to name building in honor of former NGB Chief
The Air National Guard plans to dedicate a new classroom and dormitory facility at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center at McGhee-Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tennessee, in honor of a former Chief of the National Guard Bureau and former Director of the Air National Guard, during a ceremony scheduled to be held July 27, 2017.
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Two major joint officer management laws affecting active and reserve component Air Force officers have recently changed. The definition of “joint matters” has expanded and the authorized length of a joint tour without waiver has shortened. (U.S. Air Force courtesy graphic) Air Force implements changes to joint matters, joint tour credit
The definition of “joint matters” and the authorized length of joint tours, two major joint officer management laws affecting active and reserve component Air Force officers, have recently changed following publication of guidance from the Office of the Secretary of Defense.   Directive-type Memorandum 17-005, Implementation of the National Defense
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A C-130H Hercules is towed on the flightline at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia April 24, 2017. The Aircraft, which is assigned to the 103rd Airlift Wing, delivers cargo and personnel downrange in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Kenneth McCann) Air Guardsmen keep C-130H flying high
Air National Guardsmen assigned to the 386th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here are undergoing a transition during their deployment here. These Airmen deployed from the 103rd and 145th Airlift Wings, from Connecticut and North Carolina respectively, have come together to maintain the C-130H Hercules cargo aircraft.
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Eleven Airmen assigned with I.G. Brown Training and Education Center made their way 13.1 miles through Gatlinburg and into Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains April 22 to complete the 10th Mountain Man Memorial March. Team TEC finished 2nd and Team AFSA finished 3rd in the military team light 13.1 division. One sergeant, who ran the half marathon, finished sixth overall. The annual 26.2, 13.1 and 10K run/march/ruck has since grown to be among the largest Gold Star Family events east of the Mississippi. (U.S Air National Guard photo courtesy Chief Master Sergeant Paul H. Lankford EPME Center) Airmen honor Gold Star Families in Mountain Man Memorial March
Eleven Airmen assigned to the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center made their way 13.1 miles through Gatlinburg and into Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains April 22 to complete the 10th Mountain Man Memorial March. “You got this!” “Way to go Team TEC!” “You are all fantastic! Well done.” “Good stuff man!”
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Tech Sgt. Patrick Hatcher stands with the Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, flight line in the background, April 21, 2017. Hatcher, the occupational safety manager for the Missouri Air National Guard’s 131st Bomb Wing, was recently selected for the prestigious 2016 Air National Guard Individual Ground Safety Award.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Mary-Dale Amison
Missouri Air National Guardsman receives safety award
The Air National Guard Safety Center recently selected Tech. Sgt. Patrick Hatcher, occupational safety manager for the 131st Bomb Wing, for the 2016 Air National Guard Individual Ground Safety Award.
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A California Air National Guard C-130 Hercules flies by a Nevada Air National Guard C-130 during this week's Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System training and certification in Boise, Idaho. More than 400 personnel of four C-130 Guard and Reserve units — from California, Colorado, Nevada and Wyoming, making up the Air Expeditionary Group — are in Boise for the week-long wildfire training and certification sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt.  Tech. Sgt. Emerson Marcus) Guard, Reserve gather for aerial firefighting training
More than 400 personnel from three Air National Guard units and one Air Force Reserve unit equipped with the Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System gathered in Boise, Idaho, for a week-long training and certification event sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service.
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Chief of Staff of the Air Force, Gen. David L. Goldfein, presents Master Sgt. (Ret.) Keary Miller, a retired Special Tactics pararescueman, the Air Force Cross at Hurlburt Field, April 20, 2017. For the first time in Air Force history, two Airmen were simultaneously awarded the service’s highest medal for valorous action in combat. Miller, from the Air National Guard’s 123rd Special Tactics Squadron, and Chris Baradat, a staff sergeant combat controller at the time, both received Silver Star medals for their actions in combat, which were upgraded after a service-wide review. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ryan Conroy) Former Kentucky Air Guardsman receives Air Force's top medal for valor
A seven-foot bronze statue stood prominently over a sea of multi-colored berets, flanked by the chief of staff of the Air Force and the service’s newest Air Force Cross recipients during a ceremony here April 20.
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Combat controllers and pararescuemen from the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Special Tactics Squadron jump from a Kentucky Army National Guard UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter into the Ohio River during the Thunder Over Louisville air show in downtown Louisville, Ky., April 23, 2016. The demonstration displays techniques the Airmen use when recovering downed personnel or executing a covert insertion into enemy territory. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Maj. Dale Greer) Kentucky Air Guard to participate in USAF 70th Anniversary air show
Airmen from the Kentucky Air National Guard will perform three demonstrations during the Thunder Over Louisville air show Saturday, April 22, giving hundreds of thousands of spectators the opportunity to witness a cargo airdrop, a high-altitude, low-opening parachute demonstration, and a helocast deployment of special operators. This year’s show will commemorate the U.S. Air Force and Kentucky Air National Guard’s 70th anniversaries, according to Maj. Josh Ketterer, air show coordinator for the Kentucky Air Guard.
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The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds perform a flyover as the Pensacola Christian College choir sings the National Anthem during a dual Air Force Cross ceremony, April 20, 2017, at Hurlburt Field, Fla. For the first time in Air Force history, two Airmen were simultaneously awarded the service’s highest medal for valorous action in combat. Miller, from the Air National Guard’s 123rd Special Tactics Squadron, and Chris Baradat, a combat controller since separated, both received Silver Star medals for their actions in combat, which were upgraded after a service-wide review. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ryan Conroy) History made with CSAF presentation of service’s top valor medal
A seven-foot bronze statue stood prominently over a sea of multi-colored berets, flanked by the 21st Chief of Staff of the Air Force and the Air Force’s newest Air Force Cross recipients.Two Airmen, whose heroics were separated by 11 years and 100 miles in the same war zone, solidified a Special Tactics legacy that has seen a great deal of action
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Air National Guard leadership and honorees pose at the 15th annual Air Force Association's Salute to the Air National Gaurd, held April 19, 2017, in Crystal City, Virginia. The AFA's D.W. Steele Sr. Memorial Chapter honored 12 ANG members across a broad range of specialties for their dedication and outstanding contributions to the success of the ANG and the overall Air Force mission. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. John E. Hillier) AFA honors Air National Guard members
The Air Force Association's D.W. Steele Sr. Memorial Chapter hosted the 15th Annual AFA Salute to the Air National Guard, recognizing personnel assigned to the National Guard Bureau during an April 19 ceremony in Crystal City, Virginia.
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