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Airmen from the Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Wing at Kulis Air National Guard Base, Alaska, receive training from 477th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chiefs at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska.  The Reservists were training the Air Guardsmen on launch and recovery procedures for an F-22 Raptor in case an aircraft might be  diverted to the nearby Air Guard base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Garrett Hothan) Reserve Airmen train Guardsmen on Raptor
Reservists here are training members of the Air National Guard as part of total force integration.Airmen from the 477th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here trained 13 Airmen from the Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Wing Jan. 13 on take-off and recovery procedures for the F-22 Raptor. The Air Guard unit is stationed at nearby Kulis Air National
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2008
Tech. Sgt. Kyle Gurnon takes a seat next to the rear cargo door of a C-130  Hercules while taxiing for departure Jan. 9 at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, January, 9. Sergeant Gurnon is a Rhode Island Air National Guard loadmaster with the 143rd Airlift Wing at Quanset State Airport. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Scott Wagers) 
Total force provides seamless airlift support
Nearly 60 Air National Guardsmen finished a 10-week tour of duty Jan. 11 with the 38th Airlift Squadron here where they'd collectively hauled more than 283 tons of cargo throughout Europe in 109 sorties on C-130 Hercules aircraft.Their mission was a testament of how seamlessly Guard, Reserve and active-duty members have learned to work together as
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Default Air Force Logo Oregon F-15s to fly again
After more than two months of being grounded, the F-15s from the 173rd Fighter Wing were expected to start flying again Jan. 10.The jets have been grounded since Nov. 2 after a Missouri Air National Guard F-15 from Lambert-St. Louis International Airport broke apart during flight and crashed. Since then, all F-15 units around the country have been
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Senior Airman Daniel Young marshals in an A-10 Thunderbolt II for munitions disarming after an Oct. 28 mission at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq. The A-10C's are assigned to the 104th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, which is made up primarily of members from the 175th Maryland Air National Guard. Airman Young is a Maryland Air National Guard crew chief. The 104th EFS is the first unit to use the C-model A-10 in a combat zone. Its upgrades have made air power more efficient and have streamlined the close-air-support mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt Angelique Perez)
Upgraded A-10s prove worth in Iraq
A new version of the A-10 Thunderbolt II has been flying over Iraq providing close-air support for the ground troops from Al Asad Air Base for nearly two months.As part of the Precision Engagement Upgrade Program, the Maryland Air National Guard's 175th Wing has been converting it's A-10s from A to C models."We are the first A-10C model squadron to
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A 438th Air Expeditionary Group weapons loading team prepares to mount a Joint Direct Attack Munition to an A-10C Thunderbolt II using an MJ-1 “jammer” vehicle here. The Airmen made history in Iraq when their upgraded A-10s successfully employed JDAMs in combat. Because the weapon is guided to targets by pinpoint GPS coordinates, experts here say it is 100 percent more accurate than munitions previously employed on the A-10C Thunderbolt II, dramatically improving precision and reducing fratricide. The Airmen are deployed from the 175th Wing, Maryland Air National Guard, located in Baltimore, Md. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare) Air Guard pilots, maintainers make history in Iraq
Capt. Brian "Snap" Curland, a deployed member of the 175th Fighter Wing, Maryland Air National Guard, made history here when he dropped the first Joint Direct Attack Munition from the newly upgraded A-10C Thunderbolt II in combat Sept. 19.The captain's strike, and the Air Guard's participation and support of precision engagement for the A-10, mark
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2008
Default Air Force Logo National Guard's eye in the sky wows firefighters
In the same sky from which the National Guard drops flame-suffocating retardant and dumps water on the Southern California wildfires, a camera hanging from the belly of an aircraft gives firefighters unprecedented information about their enemy's progress.The National Guard's fleet of 11 sleek, gray RC-26 aircraft have been a key asset assisting law
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2008
Air Force Staff Sgt. Kevin Gordon, Senior Master Sgt. Patrick Obrien and Senior Airman Kevin Green construct a special cell, Dec. 27, 2007, that will be used to hold detainee witnesses during military commissions. This is one of many new features of the Expeditionary Legal Complex. JTF Guantanamo conducts safe and humane care and custody of detained enemy combatants. The JTF conducts interrogation operations to collect strategic intelligence in support of the Global War on Terror and supports law enforcement and war crimes investigations. JTF Guantanamo is committed to the safety and security of American service members and civilians working inside its detention facilities. (JTF Guantanamo photo by Army Spc. Shanita Simmons) ELC phase one nears completion
The first phase of a $10.2 million project to construct the Expeditionary Legal Complex here inches closer to completion as Air Guard civil engineers put their finishing touches on its various structures.With a scheduled phase one completion date of Jan. 15, Air Force Lt. Col. James Starnes, commander of the 474th Expeditionary Civil Engineering
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2008
Nevada National Guard Soldiers unload two pallets of MREs (Meals Ready to Eat) for the more than 3,000 displaced residents of Fernley, Nev., Jan. 6. The town of Fernley (located about 30 miles east of Reno) was flooded with icy water when a levee holding back the Truckee canal gave way Jan. 5 after a severe winter storm. About 50 Guardmembers in the state have been activated to help with the storm damage. Photo by Lt. Col. Steve Ranson, Joint Forces Headquarters, Nevada Army National Guard. Nevada senator surveys flooding; Guard provided meals to displaced
Nevada Sen. Harry Reid inspected the flooded town of Fernely, Nev., in a Nevada Army Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter Monday and requested President George Bush declare the Fernley flood a disaster, making home and business owners and the town eligible for federal aid.Reid said he would make it his priority to get the town's residents back into
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2008
From left: Lt. Gen. Craig McKinley, director of the Air National Guard; retired Lt. Gen. John Conaway, former chief of the National Guard Bureau; Col. Joe Lengyel, ANGRC commander; Air Guard Command Chief Master Sgt. Richard Smith; and J.L. Herndon of Clarke Construction break ground on an ANGRC expansion project Nov. 19 at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Mike R. Smith, National Guard Bureau) Air Guard readies for expanded center
Civil engineers call it the Air National Guard's most high-tech office space, ever.When completed, the $52 million Air Guard Readiness Center (ANGRC) expansion - a four-story complex of shining glass and steel -- will unite the existing ANGRC here with its Air Guard offices in Arlington, Va.Its construction phase began here Nov. 19, when Air Guard
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2008
National Guard members including the Mississippi Adjutant General Maj. Gen. Harold Cross and Purple Heart Medal awardees including the Secretary of Veterans Affairs Mr. Gordon H. Mansfield unveil nose art on a Mississippi Air National Guard C-17 Globemaster III during an aircraft naming and dedication ceremony Nov. 20 at the 172nd Airlift Wing in Jackson, Miss. The wing routinely flies aeromedical evacuation missions from Balad Air Base Hospital, Iraq to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany, and then on to Walter Reed Medical Center, District of Columbia. They have transported more then 19,000 patients since its mobilization for the mission in October 2005. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Mike R. Smith, National Guard Bureau) Aircraft name now honors a precious payload
One of the Air Force's most modern cargo aircraft was named after the nation's oldest military decoration Nov. 20 in a ceremony here attended by Medal of Honor and Purple Heart medal recipients.The Mississippi Air National Guard's 172nd Airlift Wing named one of its C-17 Globemaster IIIs "The Spirit of the Purple Heart" and painted a Purple Heart
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