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230731-Z-AH530-1002 - Airman Cynthia Yang
The Wisconsin Air National Guard’s three bases — the 128th Air Refueling Wing in Milwaukee, 115th Fighter Wing in Madison […]
230413-Z-GO254-2012 - Isabella Jansen
MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Air National Guard’s 115th Fighter Wing became the first U.S. Air Force base worldwide to […]
230203-F-XW824-1496 - Airman 1st Class Kaitlyn Fronk
More than 100 members from the Wisconsin Air National Guard’s 128th Air Refueling Wing (ARW) have been deployed to Andersen […]
230113-Z-HS473-1040 - Senior Master Sgt. Paul Gorman
Enlisted Airmen assigned to Wisconsin Air National Guard units across the state gathered at Volk Field Jan. 9-13 for the […]
Document visit by Major General Paul Knapp, Ajutant General Wisconsin National Guard - Chris Hanoch
FORT WORTH, Texas — In 2017, the Wisconsin Air National Guard’s 115th Fighter Wing in Madison, Wisconsin was selected to […]
The Wisconsin Air National Guard inducted three outstanding members — retired Col. David Romuald, retired Chief Master Sgt. Gregory Cullen, and retired Col. Christopher Charney — into its Hall of Fame during a formal ceremony Sept. 16 at the 115th Fighter Wing.
Wisconsin National Guard - 2015 YEAR END REVIEW GRAPHIC TIMELINE
MILWAUKEE - Elves lined the hallway as families arrived Dec. 13 to pick up their Santa Liner boarding passes. Christmas music played in the background and tinsel and lights draped the ceilings. As the children rounded the corner to the small air terminal, smiles beamed across their faces ó Mrs. Claus was waiting for them. These children were about to take a ride of their lives to the North Pole.The 128th Air Refueling Wing hosted the 30th annual Flight to the North Pole, an event for children battling life-threatening illnesses to take a special ride to the North Pole.
MILWAUKEE - Students with the aviation technician program at Milwaukee Area Technical College trained with Airmen and assets assigned to the propulsion shop at the 128th Air Refueling Wing in order to complete course work needed for their airframe and power plant license Feb. 9-27 here.MATC works with the 128th Air Refueling Wing to send their students to the base to receive hands-on training with the CFM-56 turbofan aircraft engine where they will encounter engine changes, working with line replaceable units, fan blade inspections and practicing engine starts in the aircraft simulator.
MADISON, Wis. - Maj. Gen. John McCoy enlarged the Wisconsin National Guard officer constellation a bit when he formally pinned his second star during a March 13 ceremony in the Senate Chamber of the state capitol.While the Wisconsin National Guard is authorized six general officer positions at one time, typically only the Wisconsin adjutant general is eligible to hold the rank of major general. McCoy will remain in the Wisconsin Air National Guard, but owes his new rank to a duty position outside of Wisconsin - in May he will begin his job as the Air National Guard assistant to the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) commander at Joint Base San Antonio-Rudolph. In that position, he will advise and assist the AETC commander and staff on the impact policies and programs will have on the more than 106,000 Air National Guard members who make up 88 Flying Wings.