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  • Airmen work with local agencies to be prepared for emergencies

    ROSECRANS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mo. -- Missouri Airmen and civilian emergency response agencies from St. Joseph and the surrounding area gather together at Rosecrans Air National Guard Base to practice a major accident response.Airmen with the 139th Airlift Wing, Missouri Air National Guard, conducted a base-wide Major Accident Response Exercise
  • Hawaii Air Guard wraps up temporary deployment to Japan

    JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii – Dozens of operations, maintenance and support Airmen and a contingent of F-22 Raptors returned home April 4 following almost a month of temporary duty at Iwakuni Marine Corps Air Station, Japan.In Japan, the Hawaiian Raptors, a Total Force Integration unit of Airmen from the Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG)
  • National Guard tops 6 million people vaccinated

    ARLINGTON, Va. – As the National Guard surpassed 6 million COVID-19 vaccinations administered to the public this week, Soldiers and Airmen reflected on their contributions to the pandemic fight and the partnerships formed.“Each vaccination administered decreases the chance of another American dying from COVID-19,” Army Col. Larry D. Fletcher,
  • Maryland National Guard, state partners renew SPP ties

    COLUMBUS, Ga. – The COVID-19 pandemic prevented the Maryland National Guard from working with its partners Estonia and Bosnia-Herzegovina for more than a year as travel restrictions and other precautions paused all in-person State Partnership Program events."By April [2020], all things had stopped in both directions," said U.S. Army Maj. Harrison
  • Siblings serve in Idaho Guard as Citizen-Soldier, Airman

    BOISE, Idaho – Maj. Christopher Lavelle and his younger sister, Master Sgt. Kerry Lavelle, are known on Gowen Field as "the Lavelles." They have served on base as full-time technicians for several years and as traditional Guardsmen in the Idaho National Guard for nearly 20 years."It's been fun serving in the military at the same time as my family,"
  • FY20 Department of the Air Force Safety Awards

    KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Air Force Chief of Safety Maj. Gen. John T. Rauch Jr. recently announced the recipients for the fiscal year 2020 Secretary of the Air Force and Chief of Staff Safety Awards, as well as the Department of the Air Force Chief of Safety Awards.“This has been an extraordinary year where personal and public safety have
  • 173rd AFRC hosts an egg hunt for Team Kingsley families

    KINGSLEY FIELD, Ore. -- The Easter Bunny paid a visit to Kingsley Field, bringing over 3,000 stuffed eggs to the base for children to find.  Squeals of joy and excitement were heard as little ones scampered through the grass by the headquarters building searching for the candy-filled treasures on April 1.The 173rd Fighter Wing Airman and Family
  • Here to stay: 192nd Wing celebrates first dedicated HQ facility at JBLE

    JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va. — The Virginia Air National Guard’s 192nd Wing celebrated the opening of its first dedicated headquarters facility on the Hampton installation with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 31, 2021.Adjutant General of Virginia Maj. Gen. Timothy Williams officially opened the building alongside Virginia National Guard Senior
  • South Dakota National Guard battles fire from air, land

    RAPID CITY, S.D. – Several dozen South Dakota National Guard Soldiers and Airmen helped local, state and federal agencies battle the Schroeder Fire near Rapid City March 29 to April 3.The SDNG responded with HH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, a firefighting ground crew, and other support personnel to help fight the fire, which burned 2,224 acres before
  • High Rollers conduct Operation Chemical Blackjack exercise

    RENO, Nev. – The 152nd Airlift Wing participated in Operation Chemical Blackjack, a three-day exercise to ensure the Nevada Air National Guard is prepared for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats."This exercise was developed to increase proficiency in wearing chemical protective over-garment as well as providing Airmen an
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