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  • 25th State Partnership Program event makes education center's first

    The National Guard Bureau's 25th State Partnership Program workshop this week was the first held at a Guard education center in recent memory.
  • Alaska Air National Guardsmen show readiness to deploy worldwide

    Alaska Air National Guardsmen participate in Polar Force 2019.
  • 108th Wing Airmen train in Germany

    With the central purpose to not only mold Airmen, but to boost unit morale the 108th Force Support Squadron, New Jersey Air National Guard, conducted their first movement for training at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, March 10-22.
  • Swamp Fox bioenvironmental team leads the way for chemical testing

    MCENTIRE JOINT NATIONAL GUARD BASE, S.C.– The South Carolina Air National Guard’s 169th Medical Group Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight at McEntire Joint National Guard Base, has a reputation for being number one. In addition to being awarded the 2017 Biomedical Science Corps Small Team of the Year, the team of five Swamp Foxes was the first
  • Wilson, Goldfein outline Air Force progress, need for larger force

    Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein told the House Armed Services Committee April 2 that the Air Force must get bigger and funding must be predictable to meet – and defeat – security threats at home, globally and in space in an era of great power competition.
  • North Carolina Air National Guardsmen Grab the Bull by the Horns

    The Air National Guard is always on the lookout for ways to increase effectiveness for missions in an ever changing world. This past month for the North Carolina Air National Guard’s 263rd Combat Communications Squadron, this meant traveling to Robbins Air Force Base, Georgia, for the National Combat Communications Rodeo.
  • F-15C Eagles “take the cable” when CE tests emergency arresting system

    A 173rd Fighter Wing F-15 Eagle drops into the pattern over Kingsley Field making its final approach in what promises to be a very dramatic and unusual landing, March 7, 2019.
  • Lengyel: National Guard at highest state of readiness ever

    WASHINGTON – Readiness is the National Guard’s No. 1 priority, the chief of the National Guard Bureau told lawmakers Tuesday.The Guard’s focus on readiness supports the National Defense Strategy, Air Force Gen. Joseph Lengyel told members of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense.“Your National Guard’s three core missions of fighting
  • Red Tails Honor The Legacy Of Fallen Tuskegee Airman

    Dannelly Field’s 100th Fighter Squadron carries more than the name “Red Tails”, it carries the history and legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen who faced challenges and valiantly served not only on the battle field, but on the home front. Today, the Red Tails continue to honor those men for the sacrifices they made in service to our country.
  • Medical Airmen train in Puerto Rico during Vigilant Guard

    MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – Medical personnel Airmen from the Pennsylvania Air National Guard participated March 12-13 in the disaster relief exercise Vigilant Guard at Camp Santiago in Salinas, Puerto Rico.Vigilant Guard is a U.S. Northern Command and National Guard Bureau sponsored event. This year it was held in multiple locations across Puerto Rico.The

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