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Honor guard honors WWII brothers with flag folding
An honor guard team from the 184th Intelligence Wing and 22nd Air Refueling Wing honored the memory of two Kansans who died in World War II during a flag folding ceremony Aug. 10 in Wichita, Kansas. The memorial flags for brothers Staff Sgt. Dale Francis and Pfc. Paul Edward Kingsley, who died in 1943 and 1944 respectively, were ceremoniously folded in the manner of a military funeral before being presented to Verna Welsh, their younger sister and last surviving sibling.10.3.2015 Courtesy Story
Wing scores 'Effective' in first UEI
The 184th Intelligence Wing experienced its first Unit Effectiveness Inspection, or UEI, during a Capstone event July 17-20. The inspection resulted in an overall “Effective” rating for the wing’s first inspection cycle. “I’m very pleased with how we performed during the inspection,” said Col. J.J. Jordan, commander, 184th Intelligence Wing. “The feedback that I got all week long was outstanding. It will only get better with time.”10.3.2015 Story by Matthew Mccoy
184th CES renovates Kansas Army National Guard armory
Thirty Airmen from the 184th Civil Engineer Squadron were sent to Ottawa, Kansas, to renovate the Kansas Army National Guard armory as a Deployment for Training May 30 – June 13. The two-week operation included upgrading the gym, patio, outside drainage system, some of the HVAC and lighting, kitchen and mezzanine.10.3.2015 Story by Tech. Sgt. Maria Ruiz
Herc down at Smoky Hill Weapons Range
An Air Force C-130 Hercules crashed while performing weed mitigation operations at Smoky Hill Weapons Range, near Salina, Sept. 12. Two crew members were killed on impact while another crew member was critically injured. The crash also resulted in a hazardous material spill of 10,000 pounds of herbicide ejected from the plane. Fortunately, this was only an exercise.10.3.2015 Story by Matthew Mccoy
2015 NJ Run for the Fallen
Military members representing all of the service branches participated in the 2015 NJ Run for the Fa...
Operation Iron Angel
Thousands of troops from the Pennsylvania National Guard were activated to support law-enforcement a...
Chief Master Sgt. Tom Conolly
Maintenance group commander Col. Scott Plambeck presents Moville native Tom Conolly a promotion order, promoting him to the rank of chief master...
SC National Guard responds to historic flood levels
U.S. Soldiers in the 1052nd Transportation Battalion, South Carolina National Guard from Kingstree, S.C., count sandbags for delivery from the...
New York Army Guard engineers clear streams to prep for hurricane
Sgt. Jim Searfoss, a heavy duty equipment operator with the 827th Engineer Company in the New York Army National Guard, utilizes a hydraulic...
Lt. Gen. Michael Dubie retirement
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy congratulates U.S. Air Force. Lt. Gen. Michael Dubie, former deputy commander of Northern Command, during his retirement...
Business, government leaders support NC4ME Military Employment Summit
Leaders from across North Carolina in business, education, local, state and federal government pledge their organizations to support veteran...
Spc. George Ruiz
Spc. George Ruiz talks to a Freedom to Rock/Rock Rage Radio reporter about why he joined the military, his current duties during deployment to...Taken: 10.3.2015Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery ground breaking
The Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery ground breaking for the $5 million expansion project.Taken: 09.4.2015Guard Life Episode 2: American Ninja Airman Tech. Sgt. Justin Gielski
Guard Life, the official podcast of the New Jersey National Guard, brings episode two with an American Ninja roundhouse kick. Tech. Sgt. Justin...Taken: 08.31.2015HDM Class
This is the fist class in Vermont for the humanitarian demining class at the Camp Ethan Allen Training Site in Jericho.Taken: 08.14.2015Crash Alarm Plan Exercise
The Vermont National Guard Army Aviation works through a new Crash Alarm Plan with a simulated downed aircraft at the Camp Ethan Allen Training...Taken: 08.1.2015