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  • 103rd AW units work together during deployment exercise

    The Connecticut Air National Guard's 103rd Airlift Wing held a deployment exercise at Bradley Air National Guard Base Jan. 5, 2020. Airmen from the Logistics Readiness Squadron, Force Support Squadron, and Security Forces worked together to ensure the process was efficient and met all requirements.Staff Sgt. Angela Ospina, 103rd Force Support
  • Air Force Energy supports sustainable microgrid project

    The development of a sustainable microgrid power station is now underway for the Hawaii Air National Guard’s 154th Wing at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. It is being developed as part of the Pacific Energy Assurance Renewables Laboratory (PEARL) and is designed to provide energy to the wing through on-site energy sources, including fuel and solar power.
  • Indiana Guard trains with emergency responders

    The Indiana National Guard hosted an interagency training exercise at Stout Field Jan. 14. Operation Down and Dirty brought together representatives from numerous emergency services across Indiana.The Indiana National Guard prioritizes building enduring relationships with local government and non-government agencies to expand readiness, enhance
  • 176th Wing completes 2,000th rescue mission

    Search and rescue Airmen of the Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Wing completed their 2,000th rescue mission Jan. 4, saving a distressed PA-18 Super Cub pilot on the west side of Mount Susitna.Senior Master Sgt. Evan Budd, Alaska Rescue Coordination Center (RCC) superintendent, said the mission began after the pilot manually activated his personal
  • 251st CEIG wins 2019 Maj. Gen. Harold M. McClelland Award

    The Ohio Air National Guard's 251st Cyberspace Engineering Installation Group won the 2019 Maj. Gen. Harold M. McClelland Award for their ability to conduct cyberspace and information warfare operations in support of multiple units and missions across the globe.The Maj. Gen. Harold M. McClelland Award is awarded annually and recognizes the
  • CBD can trigger positive drug test

    Cannabidiol oil (CBD) is growing in popularity and increasingly used in health, beauty, cooking and pet products. Because it is a derivative of the cannabis sativa L. plant, commonly known as marijuana, it raises the question: Is it OK for service members and federal employees to use? The simple answer: No.CBD products may contain
  • PDF line streamlines deployment outprocessing

    The Idaho Air National Guard's 124th Force Support Squadron hosted a simulated pre-deployment function line for approximatley 30 Airmen, assigned to the 124th Fighter Squadron, at Gowen Field Air National Guard Base, January 11, 2020.The PDF line ensures personnel are properly equipped with government travel cards, valid identification, dog tags,
  • North Carolina Airmen complete Marine Corps training

    Master Sgt. Daniel Judd and Master Sgt. Kernice Locklear, 263rd Combat Communications Squadron, North Carolina Air National Guard, were formally recognized Jan. 12 for graduating from the United States Marine Corps Staff Non-Commissioned Officer Academy."We talk about lining ourselves up with our sister services and joint efforts to make sure we
  • 'Wizard' takes flight as High Rollers’ first pilot for a day

    Every pilot gets a call sign, but they don't get to pick.Within hours of his commission, Capt. Tennyson William Hunter, 13, received four finalists for his call sign: Kittens Mittens, Chef, Lotto and Wizard.First, for his love of cats. Second, because he enjoys baking. Third, given that the 152nd Airlift Wing "hit the jackpot" recruiting him into
  • 173rd FW dedicates new F-15 flagship honoring WWII hero

    Kingsley Field is forever tied to World War II and Lt. David R. Kingsley, who posthumously received the Medal of Honor for heroism during the war.At the entrance to the base sits a memorial designed with a piece of the B-17 aircraft that crashed in Bulgaria during WWII – with Kingsley still in it. Kingsley made the ultimate sacrifice, taking off

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