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  • 175th Wing tests response to active shooter scenario during exercise

    MARTIN STATE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Md. -- Airmen of the Maryland Air National Guard tested their response during an active shooter exercise in the cyber building, at Martin State Air National Guard Base, Aug. 25, 2023.The exercise, which was planned by the 175th Wing’s inspector general team, led

  • West Virginia Guard, DISA lead U.S.-Romanian Cyber Team in Exercise

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - The West Virginia National Guard, under the leadership of the Defense Information Security Agency, hosted more than 180 cyber experts and representatives from federal and state agencies to compete on behalf of the U.S.-Romanian team in the world’s largest international cyber

  • Maryland Air Guard hosts civic leaders

    Martin State Air National Guard Base, Md. -- The Maryland Air National Guard hosted a group of civic leaders at Martin State Air National Guard Base in Middle River, Maryland, March 31, 2023, to share information regarding the future of the Maryland’s 175th Wing and the base it calls home.During the

  • Maryland Guard Conducts Public Affairs Workshop for SPP Partner

    SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina – A joint team from the Maryland National Guard facilitated a public affairs workshop for Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina (AFBiH) service members March 27-31 at the Army Hall in downtown Sarajevo. The workshop was conducted with the U.S. Embassy Sarajevo’s

  • Guard Continues Domestic, Global Missions in a Busy 2022

    ARLINGTON, Va. - The National Guard’s footprint on domestic and international events continued in 2022, highlighting its transformation from a Cold War strategic reserve to the combat reserve of the Army and the Air Force. “People don’t realize just how large the National Guard is,” said Army Gen.

  • Attacking Maintenance in the Maryland Air National Guard

    Warfield Air National Guard Base, Md. -- In the A-10 community, the word “attack” is an all-encompassing term that can mean everything from “yes” to “go forth and conquer.”  It captures the warrior spirit, a can-do attitude that views any problem as solvable, and the Air Force core value of

  • Landing Safely: Airman finds career with MD Air National Guard

    The ejection system on the A-10C Thunderbolt II aircraft are maintained and have explosives installed that are built to catapult the pilot away in the event of an in-flight emergency. The system is designed to get the pilot back to the ground safely.For U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Natalia Cuevas

  • New York Air Guard Airmen Train with Brazilian Counterparts

    CAMPO GRANDE, Brazil - One hundred New York National Guard Airmen, including 80 from the 106th Rescue Wing, are participating in exercises with their Brazilian Air Force counterparts through Aug. 31.The Americans are operating from the Brazilian Air Force base at Campo Grande in Brazil’s Mato Grosso

  • Historic Highway Landing Advances Agile Combat Employment

    ALGER COUNTY, Michigan – Air National Guard A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft, Air Force Special Operations Command MC-12W, C-145A and U-28A aircraft, and a C-146A aircraft from the Air Force Reserves landed, took off and performed integrated combat turns on a closed 9,000-foot section of Michigan

  • Three Nations, One Goal: Continued Freedom

    VILNIUS, Lithuania – Three Baltic nations are laser-focused on one goal: defending their independence and territorial integrity.The chief of the National Guard Bureau heard the same message in visits to each country, part of a five-nation trip to recognize and strengthen National Guard security