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Two F-16 aircraft, one in the unit’s 75th anniversary color scheme, prepare for their final flight as part of the 147th Fighter Wing. (Texas Military Forces photo by Chief Master Sgt. Gonda Moncada) F-16 unit moves to next chapter of distinguished history
The 147th Fighter Wing stood in formation and enjoyed the breeze on their faces here June 7, while they observed the casing of the old guidon and unfurling of the new in a ceremony taking them on a new journey. The 147th marked this day in history when it ceremoniously sent off the last of its F-16 aircraft to make room for the MQ-1 Predator and a
0 6/12
2008
Default Air Force Logo Guard conference fosters Southeast European cooperation
National Guard and Department of Defense leaders and military chiefs of defense and civilian emergency planners from 10 Southeast European nations who gathered here in early June agreed to increase their joint support to NATO missions and strengthen their capacity for military support to civil authorities. U.S. and foreign officials called the
0 6/11
2008
Default Air Force Logo Nebraska Air Guardsman carried unit flag with her during overseas marathon
A year after competing as a member of the Nebraska Air National Guard's Bataan Death March Marathon team, Senior Airman Riki Foos took her love of competition and unit pride a step further when she competed in a similar race at Al Udeid, Qatar. Competing in a local Bataan Death March Marathon, Foos carried her 155th Civil Engineering Squadron flag
0 6/05
2008
Default Air Force Logo Nebraska dining facility named best in Air National Guard
New York. Paris. Rome. When it comes to fine dining, some places are known for simply being the best. Add the Nebraska Air National Guard's dining facility to that list. That's because, when it comes to serving up a military meal in the Air National Guard, nobody does it better than the 155th Services Flight in Lincoln, Neb. In February the
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Guard, Offutt wing team-up to successfully pass major inspection
When it comes to teamwork, the members of the Air Force's 55th Wing and the Nebraska Air National Guard's 170th Group have rewritten quite a few chapters during the past five years that the Guard organization has been working with the active Air Force at Offutt Air Force Base. Recently, the Offutt organizations added another chapter to their
0 6/05
2008
Default Air Force Logo Air National Guard security forces deploying over 500 to bases in Southwest Asia
Over 500 Air National Guard security forces personnel have deployed to Southwest Asia or will be in the coming weeks to support the Global War on Terrorism, according to an official at the National Guard Bureau. Chief Master Sgt. David Obetz, the Air National Guard's security forces career field manager, said that members from units in over 20
0 5/29
2008
Local civic leaders, school district and media representatives got a birds-eye-view of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard mission, in an orientation flight hosted by the 111th Fighter Wing May 23 at the Willow Grove Air Reserve Station, Pa.  The KC-135 and crew that refueled the A-10s was from the 171st Air Refueling Wing out of Pittsburgh. Air Force Week fuels up, takes flight in Philadelphia
On a typical Friday afternoon Gary Feldman can be found moving from meeting to meeting, visiting schools or maybe talking with parents. But the Philadelphia School District regional support case manager was some place entirely different when a call came in around 2 p.m. today. "Yeah, I can't talk right now. I'm in the belly of a KC-135. I'm doing a
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2008
Senior Master Sgt. Larry Boyer checks to make sure this I-beam is secured safely before puts the finishing touches on a firing range that will be used by Border Patrol officers to hone in their skills May 1 near Campo, Calif. Sergeant Boyer is a member of the 201st RED HORSE Squadron from Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Jay Ostrich)
RED HORSE members make difference on the border
Dusty, drug infested, deadly and downright desolate areas are just some of the daily obstacles faced by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers patrolling nearly 2,000 miles of the U.S. and Mexico border. Vast stretches of desert canyon, rocky terrain, switchback roads and hairpin turns make for slower response time, dangerous conditions and
0 5/12
2008
A member of the 148th Fighter Wing works on an F-16 Fighting Falcon during an October 2007 Operational Readiness Exercise in Duluth, Minn. The 148th FW was selected by Occupational Health and Safety Administration officials for the Voluntary Protection Program Star Award. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Action)
Air National Guard unit earns 'Star' rating
Occupational Health and Safety Administration officials announced April 30 the Air National Guard's 148th Fighter Wing earned the prestigious Voluntary Protection Program Star status. The 148th FW from Duluth is the first unit in the Air Force to earn the VPP Star rating, which demonstrates a measurable process to show excellence in occupational
0 5/12
2008
Default Air Force Logo Chief sets course for June's Partnership workshop in Europe
The chief of the National Guard Bureau hosted an informal dinner with a taste of the American West for defense attachés from Southeastern European countries at his official home beside the Potomac River on the last evening in April. LTG H Steven Blum presented the foreign officers with the agenda and other advance information about a State
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2008
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