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  • Alaska Army National Guard Black Hawk crews help fight Alaska fires

    Alaska Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters and aircrews, from the 1st Battalion, 207th Aviation Regiment, or 1-207th AVN, continue to conduct water bucket drops in support of recent wildfire suppression efforts in Alaska.

  • RHS Airmen train unique mission skill-set during ANG Deployment for Training

    Airmen from the Virginia Air National Guard's Virginia Beach-based 203rd RED HORSE Squadron and the 202nd RHS from Camp Blanding, Florida are training and refining essential skills here, March 24-June 24.

    The Red Horse Airmen are improving their abilities and readiness by constructing a Facilities Systems Training building, under the Air National Guard's Deployment for Training program.

    "As a trainer, the project presented challenges to everyone here as the "Tilt-up" construction is different than the construction we usually work with, it made for an interesting, dynamic environment to train in," said Tech. Sgt. J. Trevor Sprinkle, the FST project structures lead from the 203rd RHS. "It was a unique experience as a trainer when 3, 5 and 7 levels are all working together on a project learning how to complete it together, when you can't reference past experiences."

  • Ga. Guard certifies 80+ during training at Robins

    The Georgia Air National Guard's 202nd Engineering Installation Squadron recently capped off a weeklong training exercise here certifying more than 80 Airmen in career-field tasks crucial to their deployed and homeland missions.

    As one of 15 engineering installation squadrons throughout the ANG, the Airmen of the 202nd are trained and experienced at designing and installing communications infrastructures around the world.

    "In addition to supporting the state of Georgia, our unit has a federal mission and a continual deployment responsibility," said Lt. Col. Fred Walker, the 202nd EIS commander. "We have to ensure our Airmen have the training and tools they need to operate successfully in the field."

  • Alaska service members depart for peacekeeping exercise in Mongolia

    Approximately 80 service members, from the Alaska National Guard, and U.S. Army Alaska's 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, departed here aboard two Alaska Air National Guard C-130 Hercules aircraft bound for Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, June 15.

  • Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for ISR, visits 102nd Intelligence Wing

    Lt. Gen. Robert P. Otto, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance for the U. S. Air Force visited here, June 3, to learn more about the mission of the wing and the Airmen who make it possible.

    Otto is the U. S. Air Force's senior intelligence officer and works directly for the Director of National Intelligence and the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence.

    It was the general's first visit to the 102 IW, and the second distinguished visitor in a month, following Lt. Gen. Stanley Clarke, Director of the Air National Guard's visit in May. 

  • New York Army National Guard aviators, Army Reserve civil affairs Soldiers train together

    Soldiers, from the New York Army National Guard's Company A, 3rd Battalion, 142nd Aviation Regiment, recently participated in a training exercise with Soldiers from two Army Reserve civil affairs units.

  • Air War College officers gain from seminars, TEC campus

    About 66 Air Force officers and one Marine Corps officer gathered here June 1-12 at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center for the fourth Air War College seminar.

    The TEC now hosts the seminar twice a year to help provide options for Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command lieutenant colonels in their strategic leadership correspondence studies, said officials.

    "Officer PME on the TEC campus has really enhanced the training and education experience for all our students," said Col. Jessica Meyeraan, the TEC's commander. "Last week's retreat is a great example. The addition of the AWC flight, formed up next to the NCOA students, was a fantastic way for us to collectively honor our proud heritage, tradition of honor and legacy of valor."