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    The End of and Era

    The End of and Era

    11.10.2015 | Courtesy Photo
    A Tennessee National Guard OH-58D Kiowa Warrior takes its last flight, en route to the "bone yard" in Arizona November 10. The last nine aircraft...

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    TNNG Aviators receive Sikorsky Rescue Award

    07.21.2016 | Story by 1st Sgt. Robin Brown
    Several Tennessee Army National Guard Soldiers from the 1-230th Assault Helicopter Battalion that is now part of Joint Base McGhee-Tyson in Knoxville, Tenn., were awarded the Sikorsky Rescue Award July 10, for participating in three different lifesaving missions in Eastern Tennessee earlier this year.

    The End of an Era: OH-58 Kiowa

    01.01.2016 | Story by 1st Sgt. Robin Brown
    The rotor blades spun on the last nine of Tennessee's 30 OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopters as they departed their units in Louisville, Tenn. and Jackson, Tenn., for the last time November 30. The Tennessee Army National Guard was the last National Guard unit to have the Kiowas, which were sent to a scrap yard in Arizona as part of the Army's divestment of the airframe. "It's kind of bittersweet," said Chief Warrant Officer 3 Peter Neveu,...

    Allbritten takes command of Tennessee's 118th Wing

    10.03.2015 | Story by 1st Sgt. Robin Brown
    The Tennessee Air National Guard’s 118th Wing, headquartered in Nashville, received a new commander on October 3, 2015. Col. Thomas Echols, of Franklin, Tennessee, relinquished command to Col. Keith Allbritten, a native of Murfreesboro, Tennessee., during a formal ceremony at the base. Col. Allbritten has served as the Vice Commander for the Wing since April 2012. Col. Echols had served as the Wing commander since October 2012. His...

    Tennessee and Bulgaria: 22 years of partnership

    07.15.2015 | Story by 1st Sgt. Robin Brown
    July 14 of this year was the 22nd anniversary of the Tennessee and Bulgaria partnership that was created through the National Guard State Partnership Program in 1993. "Back in 1993, Tennessee was picked for Bulgaria due to many factors similar in nature, one being land mass," said Lt. Col. Michael Nave, State Partnership Program Director for Tennessee. Bulgaria and Tennessee were about the same size geographically and similar in population.

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