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  • Air National Guard Wings Participate in Agile Rage Exercise

    SAVANNAH AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Ga. - Almost 200 members of the 106th Rescue Wing, New York Air National Guard, participated in the Agile Rage 2024 exercise at the Savannah Combat Readiness Training Center in Georgia Feb. 26 to March 8.The goal of the exercise was to practice leading-edge combat

  • Native American Louisiana Airman Discusses Pride in Service

    NEW ORLEANS – November is recognized as Native American Heritage Month, a time to acknowledge the rich and diverse cultures and histories of Native Americans.Master Sgt. Rasia Delin, originally from Dulac, Louisiana, is a member of the Houma Indian Tribe, one of the original inhabitant tribes of the

  • Louisiana Airmen maintain readiness at Air Dominance Center

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – 159th Fighter Wing Airmen from across Louisiana gathered at the Air Dominance Center in Savannah for annual training, June 6–11. “Annual training allows us to network within our unit and across the organization to build long-term relationships that will help in our professional lives

  • Louisiana Air Guard on ground to help in hurricane's wake

    CAMERON, La. – Airmen from the 159th Fighter Wing, Louisiana Air National Guard, deployed their Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC) and set up government support teams (GSTs) in Cameron Parish in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura. About 40 Airmen in six GSTs are working with local parish

  • Louisiana debris clearance teams go to work after hurricane

    LAKE CHARLES, La. – A debris clearance team from the Louisiana Air National Guard’s 159th Civil Engineering Squadron deployed to Lake Charles Aug. 29 following the landfall of Hurricane Laura. The Airmen arrived with debris removal equipment to clear the roadways of the hardest-hit areas in and