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  • 148th Fighter Wing hosts Advanced EOD Conventional Course at Camp Ripley

    CAMP RIPLEY, Minn. -- Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians from the U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard gathered at Camp Ripley Training Center, Minnesota for a home-grown training event designed to test and validate conventional ordnance techniques while developing personal skills and

  • 115th Fighter Wing Airmen awarded for excellence

    MADISON, Wis. -- Airmen assigned to the 115th Fighter Wing were recognized for their ability to perform above and beyond what is expected of them at the wing’s annual awards ceremony Feb. 5 at Truax field, Madison, Wisconsin.Military members and civilians alike were acknowledged for unit and state

  • 115th SFS receives jungle, water survival training in Hawaii

    HONOLULU -- The 115th Security Forces Squadron, Truax Field, Madison, Wisconsin enhanced their survival and technical skills during a two-week jungle and water survival training at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii Jan. 13 - 23.The group of approximately 25 Airmen faced challenges in land

  • Passing the Torch: Father and Son deploy to Prince Sultan Air Base

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. -- It’s golden hour on the flight line at Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia. A maintainer makes the same routine inspections that he’s performed for the past 31 years. However, this inspection is different from all others before, because this time

  • Wisconsin student flight Airmen donate food during pandemic

    Twenty-two student flight Airmen from across the state of Wisconsin joined together to collect and donate food items to local food pantries. Together they were able to donate 3,515 items during the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring non-perishable food was available for families that needed it most.

  • Pilots maintain flying hours during pandemic

    The alarms sound. Maintainers run to their jets to get them ready, while pilots gear up for their Fertile Keynote. In a matter of minutes, the Aerospace Control Alert F-16 Fighting Falcons are in the skies.Fertile Keynotes are exercises that allow pilots to practice intercepting aircraft, just like

  • Misawa Air Base supports Wisconsin Guardsmen

    The 35th Maintenance Squadron recently backed four Air National Guardsmen from the 115th Fighter Wing, better known as the "Badgers," based out of Madison, Wisconsin, by providing them a centralized repair facility.