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  • 157th ARW Earns Air Traffic Control Facility of the Year

    PEASE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, N.H. -- The 260th Air Traffic Control Squadron’s tower, located on Portsmouth International Airport at Pease (PSM), earned the 2023 D. Ray Hardin Air Traffic Control Facility of The Year award for demonstrating superior ATC capabilities through seamless operations

  • National Guard provides medical treatment to tribes in Idaho, Nevada

    LAPWAI, ID -- Approximately 100 citizen-Soldiers and Airmen from the Arizona, Idaho, Minnesota and Nevada National Guards provided care for two Native American Tribes in Idaho and Nevada as part of Operation Nimiipuu Health, May 11-26.National Guardsmen provided medical, dental and optometry

  • A team approach strengthens African partner medical capabilities

    FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Last month marked the completion of a five-year program to enhance the expeditionary medical capabilities of four African partner nations.The African Peacekeeping Rapid Response Partnership, established in 2015, is a Department of State directed initiative centered on generating

  • 103rd Medical Group partners with Hartford Hospital

    HARTFORD, CT -- The 103rd Medical Group, Connecticut Air National Guard has partnered with Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut for annual medical training.Air National Guard medics and nurses are required to receive at least 40 hours of training a year at a level I or II trauma center.

  • Farewell tour: Dutch finish overwater F-16 training over Florida coast

    NAVAL AIR STATION KEY WEST, Fla. (AFNS) -- U.S. Airmen and Royal Netherlands Air Force personnel from Morris Air National Guard Base, Arizona, traveled to Naval Air Station Key West wrapping up a two week-training event in May with the final Dutch B-Course student pilots. This temporary duty