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  • PA Airman's paint scheme may adorn Air Force Recruiting stock car

    BIDDLE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Pa. -- An Air National Guardsman assigned to the 111th Attack Wing at Biddle Air National Guard Base in Horsham, Pennsylvania, is a finalist in the recent U.S. Air Force Recruiting contest that challenged Airmen to design an Air Force-themed paint scheme for the No.

  • Biddle ANG Base hosts Congressional Delegation

    BIDDLE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Pa. -- A congressional delegation led by U.S. Congresswoman Madeleine Dean visited the 111th Attack Wing at Biddle Air National Guard Base in Horsham, Pennsylvania, Dec. 21, 2021.The group of federal and state-level representatives received an update on the

  • 111th Rising Six Council jumpstarts junior enlisted

    BIDDLE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Pa. – What if I told you there’s an organization on base offering professional development, mentorship, camaraderie and leadership training for more than 600 troops … And, it’s spent most of the year headed by two staff sergeants? For some stationed at Biddle Air

  • Retired SEAL 'Jocko' Willink returns to Biddle Air National Guard Base

    BIDDLE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, PA -- When John Gretton “Jocko” Willink, retired Navy SEAL officer and best-selling author, visited Biddle Air National Guard Base in Horsham, Pennsylvania, for an impromptu morale speech in April, 2021, he said he'd be back.Willink made good on his word to return to

  • Centenarian pilot visits 103rd Attack Squadron

    BIDDLE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE -- A 100-year-old U.S Air Force retiree’s visit to the 103rd Attack Squadron here proved you can take the pilot out of aviation, but you can’t take the aviation out of the pilot. Retired USAF Lt. Col. William P. Bonelli, a Pearl Harbor survivor who went from being an