• Georgia guard member named finalist in Air Force 'High Flyin' Barbecue Challenge'

    The heat is on across the Air Force as gurus of the grill face off in the ultimate barbecue showdown, but one Georgia Guard member fully intends to smoke the competition. Tech. Sgt. Todd Houghton, a 116th Air Control Wing aircraft structural mechanic, has recently been named one of six finalists to compete in the inaugural Air Force High Flyin'
  • Air Guard's 'Band of the South' ready for summer performances

    The Air National Guard's foremost Band of the South - its 41 musicians - were at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here May 28 ready to kick off a fresh and tuneful summer tour.It was a final, full practice session in Wilson Hall before nearly a dozen shows. "The Air National Guard's bands have new performances ... taking audiences
  • Change brings opportunity for female Guardsmen

    Times have changed since 1968 when the first woman was sworn into the Air National Guard thanks to the passage of Public Law 90-130 that allowed the ANG to enlist women.Fast forward 46 years and the portion of female enlistees have grown to more than 22 percent according to a Department of Defense demographics report.Within the 116th Air Control
  • 167th Airlift Wing promotes peace with special delivery to Afghanistan

    "May Peace Prevail on Earth." These five words can be found on monuments throughout the world in 180 countries and countless languages including the Afghan dialects Dari and Pashto.A 167th Airlift Wing crew transported the first documented Peace Pole in Afghanistan from Martinsburg, W.Va., to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, on an Air Force C-5 Galaxy
  • Honored Air Guard Special Tactics Airmen reflect core values of talented unit

    They left behind civilian jobs or college class rooms to deploy, chancing their own safety to protect their teammates and carry out grueling operations that changed virtually every day during their six months in combat. Hometown heroes Doug Matthews, Matthew Matlock, Christopher Jones and George Thompson were honored this week. In a ceremony
  • Airman's idea pays off in time, money

    Under the Air Force's "Every Dollar Counts" campaign, an Oregon Air National Guard Airman's innovative idea will help save time in the work place and more than $2 million when implemented Air Force wide.Master Sgt. Michael Chandler, 142nd Fighter Wing Aircraft Maintenance avionics back shop technician, was working on a better way to test the main
  • Off the battlefield - an act of true heroism

    An Arizona Air National Guard paralegal put Air Force values into action saving the life of a civilian coworker's spouse through organ donation.As the law office superintendent for the 161st Air Refueling Wing, Air Force Master Sgt. Lori Jung may not be a likely hero in the midst of a warzone, but off the battlefield is a hero of major
  • Bulgarian students among TEC's latest graduates

    The Paul H. Lankford EPME Center, a division of The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center graduated its first Bulgarian students in a ceremony attended by Tennessee National Guard senior leaders and international guests.Two Bulgarian air force members completed leadership education here through the Tennessee National Guard's State Partnership

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