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  • Oregon Airmen conduct joint familiarization training

    PORTLAND AIR GUARD STATION, Ore. – Members of the U.S. Navy Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing (CPRW) 10 joined up with the 123rd Fighter Squadron of the Oregon Air National Guard’s 142nd Wing to conduct ongoing familiarization training. More than seven coordinated training flights have been conducted between the two groups at Portland Air National
  • Airmen hone expeditionary skills at Rally in Rockies exercise

    RIFLE, Colo. -- Active duty, Air National Guard and Reserve Airmen gathered in Colorado and Wyoming for 22nd Air Force’s flagship exercise Rally in the Rockies Sept. 12-17. The exercise is designed to develop Airmen for combat operations by challenging them with realistic scenarios that support a full spectrum of operations during military actions,
  • 161st ARW Defenders conduct annual training

    CAMP NAVAJO, Ariz. – Defenders from the 161st Security Forces Squadron traveled from Goldwater Air National Guard Base to Camp Navajo for five days of Annual Training, August 16-20.This year’s training intended to collaborate with the Army National Guard, remain effective and efficient and keep to an overall state of readiness. Their training
  • ANG units train in advanced vehicle maintenance and repair

    FARGO, N.D. –Thirteen students from six Air National Guard units in five states attended an advanced truck air brake system course hosted by the 119th Wing Logistics Readiness Squadron and taught through a joint project at Minnesota State Community and Technical (M State) College in Moorhead, Minnesota, July 19-23.The 37.5-hour course focused on
  • Defenders hone ground combat skills during joint training

    JOINT BASE CAPE COD, Mass. – As the fog lifted off the ground and temperatures began to rise, defenders from the 102nd Security Forces Squadron made their way to the objective through thick forest.Bursts of rapid gunfire became louder as they neared their destination.As the perimeter was secured from the wood line, opposing forces began firing on
  • Kingsley Eagles Help F-35 Pilots Train at Eglin Air Force Base

    EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Oregon Air National Guard F-15C Eagles, Airmen, and pilots flew across the nation to Eglin Air Force Base from May 1-15, 2021, to participate in the F-35A Lightning II B-Course training program as Adversary Air, commonly referred to as “Red Air”.U.S. Air Force Lt. Col Kevin Welch, TDY project officer, said the Eagle
  • Kingsley Maintainers Stretch to Prove Flexibility During Eglin TDY

    EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- It takes a lot more than just a single pilot to get one of the 173rd Fighter Wing’s F-15 Eagles in the air. Behind the scenes, an entire team of people from diverse backgrounds work together to accomplish the mission of getting one man in the air.U.S. Air Force Major Richard Schuster, TDY maintenance officer, flew with
  • Alaska National Guardsmen compete in marksmanship

    JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – The Alaska National Guard hosted its annual marksmanship competition sponsored by Maj. Gen. Torrence Saxe, the adjutant general of the Alaska National Guard, May 15-16.“The TAG Match is the adjutant general’s annual marksmanship competition between both the Air Guard and the Army Guard, and we host the
  • ANG provides essential secure satellite communications

    VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Perched on a scrub-oak-covered hilltop on the central coast of California is a small Air National Guard squadron that makes a big contribution to the Combined Force Space Component Command’s (CFSCC) mission to provide space capabilities to the joint warfighter and allied partners. For nearly 21 years, the 148th
  • Delaware, West Virginia Air Guard units team up for training

    NEW CASTLE, Del. — The key to any airlift mission is safely and effectively loading and unloading the cargo, regardless of the type of aircraft. The 167th and 166th Airlift Wings partnered together to conduct a joint cargo loading exercise as part of the 166th's home station operational readiness exercise on May 3.Approximately 12 members of the

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