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Default Air Force Logo The Air Guard migrates to the Air Force Public Web
The Air National Guard has joined the Air Force in consolidating its public Web sites under one network, the Air Force Public Web.The Air Guard's public Web site has a new look and feel similar to other Air Force Web sites currently using the Air Force Public Information Management System, or AFPIMS.A Web-based content management tool, AFPIMS
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Utah ANG tests their wartime skills during recent ORI
Although the Air Force is heavily engaged in the Global War on Terrorism, Operational Readiness Inspections are still taking place to test the service and its components on their wartime capabilities. The Utah Air National Guard is no exception. From Jan. 27 to Feb. 1, approximately 700 Airmen from the 151st Air Refueling Wing, Utah ANG; the 171st
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Guard outreach manager joins Tuskegee committee
As far back as she can remember, Jacqueline Ray-Morris knew of the famous Tuskegee Airmen and their legacy to black Americans. In her case, she considers herself a key example of how the nation's first black fighter pilots opened educational opportunities for thousands."I'm a key example because they broke down so many barriers in my education,"
0 2/15
2008
Default Air Force Logo Expanding State Partnership Program eyes the Pacific
Following successes in Europe, South and Central America, the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa, the National Guard's State Partnership Program (SPP) is expanding in the Asia-Pacific region."These partnerships are limited only by what the two partners want to accomplish," said LTG H Steven Blum, the chief of the National Guard Bureau,
0 2/15
2008
Default Air Force Logo Arkansas Guard answers multiple calls for disaster support
With over 3000 Arkansas Guardsmen currently supporting the global war on terror, the devastating wave of tornados across the state Tuesday night offered a test of the Guard's continued capabilities here at home.Troops rolled out before the sun Wednesday morning, with 30 Soldiers and nine vehicles heading out to support the community of Atkins by
0 2/15
2008
Default Air Force Logo Active duty, Guard, Reserve: One awesome force
The Chief of Staff of the Air Force, Gen. Michael T. Moseley, recently said, "You can't look at an Airman and tell if he or she is active, Guard or Reserve. We all wear the same uniform, do the same jobs and help make this Air Force the best in the world."Nowhere is that more appropriate than here, said Sather Air Base officials."It seems the Air
0 2/15
2008
Default Air Force Logo Virginia wildfires bring out additional Guard responders
Fighting wildfires in Virginia became the newest mission for members of the National Guard who were dealing with many domestic emergencies as the new week began on Feb. 11.More than 500 members of the National Guard were on weather-related duty in the South and West, as well as in Virginia, because of call-ups from governors in nine states for
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Commission: Invest in the National Guard
An independent commission has recommended changes for the National Guard and the five other reserve components to reflect their transformation from a strategic reserve to an operational force. "At the core of these changes is the explicit recognition of the evolution of the reserve components from a purely strategic force, with lengthy mobilization
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Commission: Invest in the National Guard
An independent commission has recommended changes for the National Guard and the five other reserve components to reflect their transformation from a strategic reserve to an operational force. "At the core of these changes is the explicit recognition of the evolution of the reserve components from a purely strategic force, with lengthy mobilization
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Guard Chief Appointed CCAF Vice Commandant
A chief master sergeant from the South Dakota Air National Guard became a part of the Community College of the Air Force's (CCAF) history books in January when he was appointed as its first enlisted vice commandant. As vice commandant, Chief Master Sgt. Joseph Thornell now works as a senior enlisted manager for the CCAF at Maxwell-Gunter Air Force
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2008
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