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Default Air Force Logo Only The Good Retire Youngs
On February 11, 2017, Hancock Field said goodbye to Command Chief Master Sergeant Russell J. Youngs during a retirement and change of authority ceremony held here. As part of the ceremony, Chief Youngs turned over his authority to Chief Master Sergeant Michael Will who became the fifth command chief of Hancock Field.Youngs assumed the duties of
0 2/12
2017
An Airmen with the 274th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) is briefing local employers on the equipment that they utilize, as part of a Boss Day event hosted by the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) on Hancock Field, Thursday, August 18. ESGR is a Department of Defense program established in 1972 to encourage cooperation between Reserve Component Service members and their employers. ESGR events like the Boss Day allow employers to see what their employees take part in as part of their military commitment. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jeremy M. Call/Released) Joint Services Boss Day Event
Over 40 employers attended the Joint Services Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Boss Day event hosted by the Marine Corp Reserve Center, Navy Operational Support Center, and the Air National Guard's 174th Attack Wing (ATKW) on Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, Thursday, August 18.The Joint Services ESGR Boss Day event has become
0 8/19
2016
New York Air National Guard Col. Brian VanKouwenberg (right) salutes Col. Michael Comella (left) as he formally assumes command of the 152nd Air Operations Group, during an assumption-of-command ceremony at Hancock Field in Syracuse, NY Saturday, June 11. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Justin A. Huett/Released) 152nd Air Operations Group Welcomes New Commander
New York Air National Guard Col. Brian VanKouwenberg, formerly the 152nd Combat Operations Squadron (COS) Commander, assumed command of the 152nd Air Operations Group (AOG) in a ceremony on Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, Saturday, June 11.Col. Michael Smith, 174th Attack Wing commander was the presiding official for the
0 6/12
2016
Former 174th Attack Wing Commander Col. Greg Semmel is pinned by his family, commemorating his promotion to brigadier general, during his promotion ceremony held on Hancock Field in Syracuse, NY Friday, June 10. Semmel will now serve as Assistant Adjutant General – Air for the New York Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jeremy M. Call/Released) Former 174th Attack Wing Commander promoted to Brigadier General
New York Air National Guard Col. Greg Semmel, the former commander of the 174th Attack Wing in Syracuse, New York, was promoted to brigadier general during a ceremony at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, Friday, June 10.Maj. Gen. Anthony German, the Adjutant General (TAG) of the State of New York, was the presiding official for the
0 6/12
2016
Default Air Force Logo Saying good bye after 35 years of service
Thirty-five years ago, Chief Master Sgt. Mark started his journey in the Air Force.It all began when Mark was nineteen years old and was clueless as to what he wanted to do with his life. He made the decision to enlist in the active-duty component of the Air Force. By the luck of the draw, Mark got the opportunity to be stationed in Germany as an
0 5/03
2016
Maj. Gen. Anthony German, the commander of the New York Air National Guard, speaks to the men and women of the 174th Attack Wing prior to the official change of command ceremony at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, April 3. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Call/Released) 174th Attack Wing Welcomes New Commander
After more than four years of service as the 174th Attack Wing (ATKW) commander, Col. Greg Semmel relinquished command of the wing to Col. Michael Smith during a change of command ceremony held at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, April 3.During this traditional military change of command ceremony, Semmel transferred the wing's colors to Maj.
0 4/04
2016
Col. Michele Kilgore, 174th Operations Group commander, takes the oath of office from her husband, Col. Robert Kilgore, 107th Attack Wing commander, during her promotion ceremony at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, April 3. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Justin A. Huett/Released) Historic First for the 174th Attack Wing
Among an audience of family, friends and colleagues Lt. Col. Michele L. Kilgore, was promoted to Colonel during a ceremony held at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, Sunday, April 3."This is an historic moment," said Col. Michael Smith, the 174th Attack Wing (ATKW) commander. "She is the first female at the 174th ATKW to be promoted to
0 4/04
2016
Lt. Col. Patrick Cox (right) relinquishes command of the 274th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) to Col. Michael Comella, 152nd Air Operations Group commander, during a change of command ceremony at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base April 3. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Justin A. Huett/Released) 274th Air Support Operations Squadron Welcomes New Commander
Lt. Col. Patrick Cox, 274th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) commander, relinquished command to Lt. Col. Anthony Pasquale during a change of command ceremony held at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, Sunday, April 3.During the ceremony, Col. Michael Comella, 152nd Air Operations Group commander, provided opening comments about the change
0 4/04
2016
Maj. Christopher, 174th Security Forces (SF) Squadron commander, relinquishes command of the squadron to Col. John O’Connor, 174th Mission Support Group commander at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base March 5. Christopher served as the 174th SF squadron commander since 2012. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Autumn Velez/Released) 174th Security Forces Squadron welcomes new commander
On March 6, Capt. Peter assumed command of the 174th Security Forces Squadron from Maj. Christopher at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base.During the ceremony the officiating officer Col. John O'Connor, 174th Mission Support Group commander, discussed what this change meant for both Airmen."This change of command represents a perfect storm in
0 3/07
2016
Default Air Force Logo 174th Attack Wing Airmen donate life
As members of the United States Air Force, volunteering is something Airmen do to fulfill the complete Airman concept.The 174th Attack Wing (ATKW) has taken volunteering to another level by hosting blood drives during select unit training assembly (UTA) weekends."Donating blood is an honored tradition on many installations," Master Sgt. Kimberly
0 3/07
2016
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