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  • Bilingual Airman helps serve her Spanish-speaking community

    BOISE, Idaho – Senior Airman Mayra Fomin was born in Mexico and moved to the United States at 4 years old. First living in California and then Nampa, Idaho, her parents raised her to speak Spanish and English. After joining the Idaho Air National Guard at age 27 in 2017, Fomin was surprised to have

  • Idaho, California, Oregon, Nevada CST units train together

    SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Calif. – The Idaho National Guard’s 101st Civil Support Team was among several National Guard CSTs that participated in a large-scale exercise in Northern California Feb. 1-5.The exercise, BAYEX 2021, tested the ability of Idaho, Oregon and Nevada CST teams to assist the

  • Idaho National Guard sends 300 to support inauguration

    BOISE, Idaho – The Idaho National Guard sent more than 300 Soldiers and Airmen to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 15 to augment the District of Columbia National Guard and support the U.S. Secret Service for the presidential inauguration.“The National Guard has participated in every presidential

  • Idaho Guard uses electric bike at Gowen Field

    BOISE, Idaho – The 124th Logistics Readiness Squadron is using an Elf Solo solar bicycle to make small deliveries to other organizations at Gowen Field. The bike, purchased with innovation funds, arrived Aug. 13. It provides savings in fuel and wear-and-tear on the squadron's delivery van while

  • 124th ASOS hosts resiliency training competition

    EMMETT, Idaho – The 124th Air Support Operations Squadron organized a resiliency day competition for members of the 124th Fighter Wing and other local organizations. The July 31 event including shooting, followed by a four-person, 12-mile relay that began with a strenuous ruck up a mountain. While

  • Idaho National Guard helps staff food banks

    BOISE, Idaho – More than 40 Idaho National Guard Soldiers and Airmen are helping food bank workers keep up with increased demand as Idahoans start to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.“We are so delighted to have this support from the Idaho National Guard,” said Karen Vauk, the Idaho