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  • 153rd Services Flight mixes things up, serves brunch

    When 153rd Airlift Wing members gather here at the dining facility, DFAC, each drill weekend, they can catch up with airmen from other units, talk shop and enjoy a warm meal. This month they were able to do all of this earlier than normal as the 153rd Services Flight served a late breakfast in place of lunch Sunday.The brunch consisted of mostly
  • Wyoming Air Guard Civil Engineers Hone Skills at Silver Flag

    Members the 153rd Civil Engineer Squadron, Wyoming Air National Guard, recently completed "Silver Flag" training at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida.The seven day training involved personnel demonstrating skills such as building and maintaining bare-base operations at a forward-deployed location."Silver Flag provided a great opportunity to develop
  • Wyoming Air Guard Members Celebrate Homecoming Following the Holidays

    Around 60 members of the 153rd Airlift Wing, Wyoming Air National Guard, returned home this week following a two-month deployment to Southwest Asia. The airmen successfully provided combat airlift support, logistics, maintenance and medical support to Operations Enduring Freedom and Freedom's Sentinel. The return home means many members can now
  • Wyoming Air Guard deploys in support of Overseas Contingency Operations

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from 153rd Airlift Wing, Wyoming Air National Guard, recently deployed to Southwest Asia in support of The Global War on Terrorism and Operation Enduring Freedom.Deployed members belong to various units to include, Operations, Logistics, Maintenance and the Medical Group. For some members this was their first deployment, but
  • From the Field: Medical provider brings back lessons learned, memories from ‘frozen South’

    "I dreamed I was giving care under fire for the next five nights at home. The training was that intense."That training etched in Maj. Debbie Walker's mind and sleep was the Combat Casualty Care Course, an eight-day joint-service course in Texas conducted for medical readiness personnel such as physicians, physician assistants, nurses and other
  • Wyoming helps Guard neighbor to north with mission 'makeover'

    It is not uncommon for members of the Wyoming Air National Guard to tell others the Guard is like a second family. And like family, they take care of one another, provide mentorship up and down the ranks and lend a helping hand when needed. In February, members of the WY ANG took the family concept across the border to assist the Montana ANG with
  • 153rd Security Forces Squadron Change of Command

    Capt. Sean C. DeVeau, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, assumed command of the Wyoming Air National Guard's 153rd Security Forces Squadron from Lt. Col. Kristina Tweedy, Feb. 2, 2014. "I am honored to have been selected as the 153rd Security Forces commander. Following in the footsteps of Lieutenant Colonel Tweedy will be a difficult and exciting challenge. I
  • Wyoming Guard Members recognized as outstanding

    Members of the Wyoming National Guard were recognized for their outstanding service during 2013 at the Outstanding Soliders and Airmen of the Year banquet Saturday night.The following individuals were recognized for their leadership, military bearing, knowledge of military customs, community service and personal achievements.Sgt. Michael Whitley,
  • First Air Force officer leaving a strong legacy at Camp Guernsey

    A history-making Air Force officer is leaving Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center after nearly seven years of building the camp's capability, and relationships with his team there.Lt. Col. David Herder, camp deputy commander, is the first, and only, Air Force officer to hold a command position for an Army installation in Wyoming, and that is just