• Airmen and community team up to support deployed troops

    The 185th Family Programs Office had already received care packages that had been packed by the Le Mars, Iowa High School Student Council and packages from employees of the Premiere Bank Card Agency located in Dakota Dunes, S.D. Finding a way to ship the packages however presented a problem. At a cost of $17 dollars per package and no budget, Schmidt was presented with an $1100 problem.
  • 173rd Fighter Wing updates mission statement to reflect changing times

    The 173rd Fighter Recently updated the mission statement and strategic plan. These updates and focus on the future align with the current Chief of the National Guard Bureau's priorities and mission of the Air National Guard.
  • 193rd Special Operations Airmen conduct AERP training

    Aircrew members from the 193rd SOS completed AERP training and familiarization, including in-flight training while wearing the protective equipment, December 1-2.
  • Embracing Total Force culture

    Air Force wide, a large emphasis is being placed on institutionalizing the total force concept in order to embrace all active duty, Guardsmen, Reservists, and civilian employees as members of a unified team and not as competitors.
  • Tough Athlete, Tough Mudder, and Tough Airman

    Master Sgt. Saul M. Davidson, the logistics plans superintendent with the 157th Civil Engineering Squadron, New Hampshire Air National Guard, is preparing to compete in the World’s Toughest Mudder event this Veterans Day weekend in Las Vegas. Davidson is currently sitting in fourth place in the male 40-44 year old category in the Tough Mudder global standings.
  • Building a family legacy: Three generations of family members serve at same Air National Guard unit

    Col. Randy Huffman, 130th Airlift Wing vice commander, shares a long, three-generation military history of family service in the West Virginia Air National Guard, but more specifically at the 130th AW in Charleston.
  • Brothers in life, brothers in-arms reunite downrange

    Saying goodbye to family members before a deployment can be stressful. But rarely does a service member cross paths with a sibling while downrange; this recent uplifting experience was the case for two brothers on separate paths.
  • Guard Airmen deliver mail to Puerto Rico

    In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria many residents of Puerto Rico look for normalcy, and one clear sign of things getting back to normal is having their mail delivered. The storm's destruction and the lack of power created issues with logistics and the ability to transport the influx of care packages and donations being sent, so the Air National Guard stepped up to help deliver the mail.
  • ANG support key to media coverage of hurricanes

    "Communicating the military mission lets those affected by disaster know that they are not forgotten and help is underway." That's what Kim Cornett, a senior producer at NBC News said Sept. 26 about working with the Air National Guard to bring national media coverage to the humanitarian disasters in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
  • Air Guard continues massive hurricane recovery efforts

    The Air National Guard continued its massive hurricane recovery efforts in multiple states today. Thousands of Airmen from nearly every state and territory were called to duty in the past weeks in the face of unprecedented back-to-back massive hurricanes that left the South reeling and broken.

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