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  • VTANG Airman helps people start new paths

    When not doing military duty or being with his family, Senior Airman Griffin Reid spends time with people convicted of crimes. Sometimes he gives them rides, or shares common interests like nutrition and working out. What he doesn't do is see them as criminals. In fact, he sees them as brave people who may have hit rock-bottom and are now forging
  • ANG Ready Airman website and mobile app; powerful resiliency, risk and safety resources

    Personalized emergency assistance is now available to Air National Guard members and their families at the touch of a button through the ReadyAirman.org mobile app. The app is available for most smart phone platforms, and its "Fearless Five" function allows Airmen or family members to summon help quickly should they find themselves in an emergency
  • For a retired colonel, the NCO academy's Hall of Fame

    The umpteenth time that he drove here to the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center, retired Col. Edmund C. Morrisey arrived early to exercise among the other retirees and Airmen in Wilson Hall. He parked in his usual parking spot and wished good mornings to passersby.The 86-year-old Morrisey then walked on the treadmill, pulled on the rowing
  • Airman, Soldier act as first responders to car accident

    On June 6, 2015, around 6:30 a.m., Airman 1st Class Joseph T. Nenadich, with the 121st Security Forces Squadron and Sgt. 1st Class Moore, were on their way to drill when they noticed a vehicle swerve in and out of traffic and then go off the road into a ditch. That's when they took action."As members of the military, you should never take your
  • Airman's training, quick response saves life

    Benjamin Franklin once said, "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." Sometimes the failure is small, but sometimes it can mean the difference between life and death. This was certainly the case when Master Sgt. Todd McGuire, Aircraft Maintenance Squadron First Sergeant, 121st Air Refueling Wing, Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base,
  • The Cal Guard’s MQ-1 Predators are handed back for the last time after a series of firsts

    The sun has set on the 163rd Reconnaissance Wing's MQ-1 Predator mission. The final mission of the California Air National Guard unit's Predator aircraft ended at 1528 Zulu time on April 1 after eight years, 230 days, nine hours and 30 minutes of consecutive flights without a break supporting our warfighters overseas.These Air National Guard
  • EPME instructors prepare for the broadcast desk

    Broadcasting television may be more the job of a production company than the National Guard, but the Air National Guard's ability to telecast enlisted professional military education here is vital to its distance-learning mission. That is why Master Sgt. Clifton Boswell from the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center evaluated Airmen's ability to
  • COANG Guardsman turns wrenches by day, creates masterpieces by night

    On the 140th Wing's flight line, everybody knows Senior Master Sgt. John McCallick, the high-speed production superintendent responsible for making sure the F-16s are ready to launch every day; however not many people know about his hobbies off-duty.Few would be able to guess that apart from being a well-respected enlisted leader in the 140th
  • Horsham Guardsman, aviator keeps her dreams in the clouds, boots on the grounds

    Pushing aside a wisp of blonde hair from her forehead, her smile broadens and her voice takes on a heightened tone of excitement upon the mention of aviation."I want to fly; I want to be a pilot," said recently promoted Senior Airman Stacey Bernetskie, 111th Communications Flight client systems technician here. "Since I was little, I always knew I
  • ANG Airman leads marrow donor registration effort

    Any Airman can save a life. It doesn't require one to be a firefighter or pararescueman. Regardless of their job in the Air Force, any Airman can do it - the only thing required is the genetic code locked within each person's DNA.In the summer of 2014, Senior Master Sgt. Paul Duit donated bone marrow to a leukemia patient in need of a transplant.

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