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  • Fuel systems maintenance resumes in 167th Airlift Wing fuel cell hangar

    MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- The 167th Maintenance Group resumed C-17 Globemaster III aircraft fuel systems maintenance in the fuel cell hangar at Shepherd Field, Martinsburg, West Virginia, March 2, 2024, upon the completion of a two-year construction project to correct building foundation

  • 167th Communications Flight redesignated as squadron

    MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- A ceremony marking the redesignation of the 167th Communications Flight as a squadron was held at Shepherd Field, Martinsburg, W.Va., Feb. 3, 2024.During the ceremony the 167th Communications Squadron guidon was revealed and the 167th Communications Flight guidon was furled for

  • 167th Airlift Wing Airman assists with Qatar intelligence training

    MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Master Sgt. Paul Noel has devoted his 17 years of Air National Guard service to military intelligence and recently shared his expertise with the Qatari military through the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program (SPP).Noel, an intelligence specialist for the 167th

  • 167th Airlift Wing staff sergeant competes in CrossFit Quarterfinals

    Martinsburg, W.Va. -- Staff Sgt. Caley Arndt, a services specialist for the 167th Force Support Squadron and active member of the base honor guard, fell in love with CrossFit when she was just 11 years old.“I played travel softball and was behind and my dad said ‘you need to get stronger and faster.

  • West Virginia Airmen Learn New Skills Through Rescue Training

    MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Airmen with the 167th Civil Engineering Squadron participated in a five-day swift water rescue certification course, July 18-22, at different waterfront locations in Jefferson County.The training took them through various currents along the Shenandoah River and Potomac River in

  • Civilian partnerships provide key readiness training for 167th medics

    MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Five aerospace medical service personnel, assigned to the 167th Medical Group completed 40 hours of trauma training at J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, W.Va., May 16-20.Working alongside critical care nurses and trauma nurses, the Airmen, whose roles are part licensed

  • 167th Mission Support Group Airmen participate in annual training event

    MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Approximately 90 167th Mission Support Group Airmen participated in an annual training event at Camp Dawson, Kingwood, W.Va., May 14-19.Multiple training stations and scenarios were presented to the Airmen to shore up basic fundamental skills and enforce mission critical skills

  • 167th Airlift Wing members participate in Green Flag Little Rock exercise

    MARTINSBURG, WV -- The 167th Airlift Wing successfully completed the Green Flag Little Rock 22-03 exercise hosted by the 34th Combat Training Squadron at Little Rock Air Force Base, Jacksonville, Arkansas, January 9-21.The primary objective of GFLR is to support the Joint Readiness Training Center