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  • 165th AW participates in Northern Strike 21 medical exercise

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – Over 85 Air National Guard Airmen from multiple medical units across the United States and its territories attended the first all-Air National Guard mobile medic training during Northern Strike 21 at the Air Dominance Center Aug. 2-8.Instructors from Joint Base Camp Bullis in Texas

  • 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

  • 165 SFS holds tryouts for new Special Response Team

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – “If you go, I go.” This is the mentality required by the U.S. security forces Airmen who went through an initial assessment March 12 to join the 165th Security Forces Squadron’s newest undertaking, a Strategic Response Team.The team, led by Tech. Sgt. Joseph Overholt, a

  • JSTARS all-African American flight crew makes history

    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – A crew of 33 E-8C Joint STARS aviators made history Feb. 19 when the first all-African American flight crew in JSTARS history flew from Robins Air Force Base on a training mission. The flight crew of Airmen and Soldiers, from the Georgia Air National Guard’s 116th Air

  • JSTARS maintainers design tool saving Air Force estimated $500k yearly

    Eight Airmen from Team JSTARS at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, recently designed an innovative tool estimated to save the Air Force nearly $500k a year in cowling repairs for the E-8C Joint STARS aircraft. The cowling fixture table, an approved tool intended for field-level repairs, was a response