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    129th Rescue Wing      

    Moffett Federal Airf, CA, US  

    Recent Images

    Mass Enlistment at Levi Stadium

    Mass Enlistment at Levi Stadium

    09.27.2016 | Photo by Ray Aquino
    A demonstration parachutist with the U. S. Army Golden Knights, prepare to land after a free-fall jump at Levi Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif., Sept....
    Readiness

    Readiness

    10.04.2015 | Photo by Staff Sgt. Kim Ramirez
    U.S. Airmen with the California Air National Guard, 129th Rescue Wing receive immunizations, Moffett Federal Airfield, Calif., Oct. 4, 2015....
    Green Ridge

    Green Ridge

    08.18.2015 | Photo by 1st Lt. Roderick Bersamina
    A team of four Guardian Angel pararescuemen from the 129th Rescue Wing, Moffett Federal Airfield, Calif., parachutes to the Green Ridge container...

    Recent Videos

    Guardian Angels

    Guardian Angels

    08.18.2015 | Video by Ray Aquino
    A team of four Guardian Angel pararescuemen from the 131st Rescue Squadron, Moffett Federal Airfield, Calif. jumps out from an MC-130P Combat...

    Recent News Stories

    Angel Reign: Joint Training in the Outback

    07.26.2016 | Story by Senior Airman Zachiah Roberson
    The 129th Rescue Wing departed Moffett Federal Airfield on June 26 for Townsville, Australia as part of joint training exercise Angel Reign. While there, California Air Guardsmen participated in a diverse set of search and rescue (SAR) training exercises with the Royal Australian Air Force and Royal Australian Army.

    California Air National Guard conducts lifesaving...

    08.18.2015 | Story by Ray Aquino
    California Air National Guardsmen from the 129th Rescue Wing will depart Moffett Federal Airfield this afternoon to conduct an overwater mission to save the life of a U.S. citizen on a container ship approximately 900 miles from San Francisco, Calif.

    Angel Thunder 15: Adapt or perish

    06.08.2015 | Story by Senior Airman Rachael Kane
    With any training exercise comes a certain level of uncertainty. This ambiguity, however, does not foster fear or trepidation but allows military members to adapt and overcome obstacles just as they would while deployed. The key is to determine mission readiness by testing key components such as different terrains, network competences and equipment capabilities. Angel Thunder 15 provided participants with the opportunity to hone these skills...