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  • Crew chief honored for selfless act of heroism

    On any given morning at Tucson International Airport the skies are clear, there's a view of the mountains, rows of F-16s wait for the morning "go," and a life-saving hero prepares his jet for flight. In April, the Coast Guard honored Staff Sgt. Jay Rosenberry, an F-16 crew chief here, for saving the lives of his children and another child in 2006.
  • National Guard members join 'Rebuilding Day' projects

    At least 60 Airmen, Soldiers and civilians with the Air and Army National Guard brought Christmas early to a disabled Maryland resident here Saturday, April 26 by repairing her home on "National Rebuilding Day." Members of the National Guard Bureau, the Air Guard Readiness Center and the District of Columbia National Guard were among the volunteers
  • Iron Flow program concludes at Kadena

    With the departure of the final three F-15C Eagles from Kadena Air Base April 23 to Air National Guard units in the United States, the 18th Wing concluded Kadena AB's role in the Pacific Air Forces Iron Flow program. Begun in 2005, the Iron Flow program was a process to exchange Kadena's aging F-15 fleet with newer models from Langley Air Force
  • Air Guard EMEDS team breaks new ground in Vigilant Guard

    An Air National Guard Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) team will pioneer new territory in military medical training and education as part of Vigilant Guard-South Carolina, one of the largest training exercises in the history of the National Guard. The EMEDS team, comprised of 62 doctors, nurses and other medical specialists from Air National
  • New mission, new chapter unfolds at Willow Grove

    The most coveted uniform item at the 111th Fighter Wing is no longer the new Airman Battle Uniform, it's a red cap. On April 5, more than 100 guardsmen sported the red caps for the first time and cheerfully yelled "to the HORSE" during the 201st RED HORSE Squadron, Det. 1 activation ceremony at Willow Grove Air Reserve Station, Pa. "What a proud
  • NEADS ANG members return after deployment to Kyrgyzstan

    The Northeast Air Defense Sector doesn't deploy people, right? Wrong. In the unit's largest deployment ever, nearly 30 security force members deployed on a six-month tour to Manas Air Base, located in Kyrgyzstan, in September 2007. The deployment also involved Guard units in six other states, which resulted in the first-ever all Guard Security
  • Alaska Air National Guard Assists in Helicopter Crash Rescue

    The Alaska Air National Guard today helped to recover and transport the survivor of a helicopter crash near Sheep Mountain to a local hospital for treatment. According to the Rescue Coordination Center, a helicopter crash site was located by the Alaska State Troopers Helo 1 helicopter around 7:30 a.m. Helo 1 then picked up Alaska Air National Guard
  • National Guard's State Partnership Program helped Croatia join NATO

    Croatian military leaders credit the National Guard's State Partnership Program with helping the country win an invitation to full NATO membership. National Guard leaders visiting the country April 10 found senior military officials still celebrating results of the April 4 NATO summit in Bucharest, Romania, where Croatia was invited to full NATO
  • Airmen help flooding recovery efforts

    Airmen from McEntire Joint National Guard Base, S.C., recently provided satellite imagery to assist state and federal agencies in relief efforts following flooding in Missouri and Arkansas. Members of the 169th Communications Flight at McEntire Joint National Guard Base collected imagery using Eagle Vision, a mobile commercial imagery direct
  • ARPC officials now sending U.S. flags to retiring reservists

    Honoring retiring reservists with an American flag just got easier through a centralized process at the Air Reserve Personnel Center in Denver. ARPC officials now purchase and distribute the flags for all reservists who request one for their retirement. Flags used to cost units nearly $20 each and took between three and six months to get, but
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