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U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant Wayne D. Kettelhut, 148th Fighter Wing Explosive Ordinance (EOD) Specialist, was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with Valor at an awards ceremony in Duluth, Minn. on June 15, 2008.  The award was presented by Major General (retired) Harry J. Sieben (left), Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army and Lt Col (retired) Gary Hetrick, US Army who served with MSgt Kettelhut in Iraq during the time he earned his Bronze Star with Valor.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Brett R. Ewald)  (Released) Bronze Star with Valor awarded to 148th Fighter Wing EOD member
Master Sergeant Wayne D. Kettelhut, 148th Fighter Wing Explosive Ordinance (EOD) Specialist, was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with Valor at an awards ceremony in Duluth, Minn. on June 15, 2008. The Bronze Star is awarded for bravery, heroism or meritorious service while engaged in action against an enemy of the United States or while engaged in
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Mission system operator Lt Col Tim Howell from the 186th Air Refueling Wing, Meridian, MS operates a console aboard an RC-26 aircraft specifically designed for viewing and transmitting high quality video and still imagery to military and civilian Operations Centers in real-time.  This capability gives military commanders and civilian first responders a bird's eye view of significant events as they happen.  Working with several state agencies along with the Wisconsin Air National Guard, the Mississippi Air National Guard RC-26 demonstrated the benefits of this new capability during an initial flood assessment mission in southern Wisconsin on June 10th, 2008.  The crew of this RC-26 flew above the flood stricken region transmitting real-time imagery to the Wisconsin Joint Operations Center (JOC) and the Wisconsin Emergency Operations Center (WEOC) in addition to other agencies.  This imagery was used to asses the integrity of several area Dams in addition to flood damage assessment in the hardest hit regions of the southern half of the state. Wisconsin National Guard provides real-time video of flood damaged areas
Flying at 8,000 feet above flood ravaged Wisconsin, members of the Wisconsin National Guard with assistance from Guard units in Arkansas and Mississippi provided emergency management officials with 'eyes in the sky' to help with disaster relief efforts. Recent heavy rains have left Wisconsin rivers and lakes swollen and in many cases the
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Default Air Force Logo National Guard in two states prepare for rising river waters
More than 600 National Guard members in Illinois and Missouri will continue sandbagging operations along the Mississippi River today in an effort to thwart the floodwaters that are subsiding in Iowa. The Illinois and Missouri rivers flow into the Mississippi just north of St. Louis. Unlike 1993, flooding on those rivers is not as bad as it was
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Default Air Force Logo Guard's '08 Airmen of the Year announced, honored
The Air National Guard identified its six Airmen of the Year (AOY) for 2008 following their arrival here June 15 for a week-long celebration and tribute to their achievements. This year's AOYs were chosen through a process of unit, state and national selection panels and included the ranks of senior airman through senior master sergeant. The 2008
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An HH-60G Pave Hawk from the 129th Rescue Wing, Moffett Federal Airfield, Calif. lands at the new helipad at the San Jose Regional Medical Center on June 9, 2008.  The pad has been constructed to withstand the weight of the Pave Hawk. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Andrew Hughan) Elevated heliport certified for use by the 129th Rescue Wing
While patients, nurses, doctors and construction workers stared in awe, an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter from the 129th Rescue Wing landed at the Regional Medical Center of San Jose June 9. This Pave Hawk wasn't landing at the hospital for a rescue mission. It was the unit's maiden landing on a heliport that is the first in the Bay Area to be
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2008
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
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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
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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
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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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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
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