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  • ANG paint facility paints P-47 scheme on Thunderbolt II

    Sioux City, Iowa -- A heritage paint scheme on a U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II from the Idaho Air National Guard was revealed this week at the National Guard paint facility in Sioux City, Iowa. The historical paint scheme was designed as a tribute to the Thunderbolt’s World War II predecessor.The design on the A-10 was conceived by the 124th
  • NY Air Guard Help to Build Virtual Hangar

    HANCOCK FIELD AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, NY -- The Airmen, who maintain the MQ-9 remotely piloted aircraft operated by the 174th Attack Wing, took apart an MQ-9 so that computer experts from the Air Education and Training Command could take pictures and scan images of those of those parts.The images and scans captured will be used to create a virtual
  • Interactive training helps strengthen team cohesiveness, unit awareness

    CAMP MURRAY, WASH. - ‘Social Distancing’: it’s been much more than a Public Health statement and all-too-common buzz phrase over the last 15 months. To halt the spread of COVID-19, many of the physically distancing guidelines have altered everyday processes around the world in profound ways that still ripple thought-out our workplaces, schools, and
  • Enhanced Capabilities for the MQ-9

    HANCOCK FIELD AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, NY – The 174th Attack Wing has partnered with multiple Department of Defense contractors and academia to lead the effort in establishing new and additional capabilities for the MQ-9 Reaper.According to the Assistant Director of Operations at the 174th Operations Support Squadron, capabilities include
  • Interagency training preps Cal Guard for aerial firefighting

    SUTTER CREEK, Calif. – Wildfires are an unfortunate reality many Californians face each year, and as 2021 unfolds as an arid year, the threat of wildfires is increased throughout the state.Between January 1 and April 25, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, known as CAL FIRE, responded to more than 1,300 fires. According to
  • A passion to serve

    COLUMBUS, OH -- Serving others seems to be second nature for Staff Sgt. Cherelle Hines. She stands out in her community, and even though she was not looking for recognition, she received an award for her actions in her community.Hines joined the Air National Guard in 2014 after years of being urged to join by a family member. Hines currently works
  • I Spy a trailblazer

    NEVADA AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, NV. -- Maj. Sarah Spy, C-130 Hercules pilot for the 152nd Operations Group at the Nevada Air National Guard, knew she wanted to be a pilot from the time she was eight years old and took a flight for a family trip to Florida.“From the moment we started rolling down the runway, I was glued to the window,” Spy said. “I
  • Swamp Fox engineers participate in joint training during airfield repair demonstration

    MCENTIRE JOINT NATIONAL GUARD BASE, S.C. -- This isn’t your father’s rapid runway repair. Eight Airmen from the 169th Civil Engineer Squadron (169CES) joined Pacific Air Forces and U.S. Navy engineers to participate in an Expedient and Expeditionary Airfield Damage Repair (E-ADR) Joint Capability Technology Demonstration at McEntire Joint National
  • Alaska Air National Guard rescues stranded hikers

    JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – Members of the Alaska Air National Guard’s search and rescue aircrew and pararescue teams saved two stranded hikers on Rainbow Peak trail early May 1.One of the hikers was injured and unable to continue hiking as nightfall and colder temperatures set in.The Alaska Rescue Coordination Center received a call
  • Cal Guard Airman from Thailand activated to LA vaccine site

    LOS ANGELES – She’s soft-spoken, but there’s an air of confidence about her as she interacts with hundreds of community service members a day at the walk-up vaccination site on Cal State LA. She’s professional, courteous and her journey to be here is literally a global one.U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Piyaporn Rakpongs, a fleet management and
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