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New York Air National Guard, Lt Col. Martin Stallone is promoted to the rank of Colonel on July 5, 2017, at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base in Syracuse, New York. Col. Stallone is currently the 174th Attack Wing, Medical Group commander, overseeing the health and wellness of over 2,000 airmen for the 174th Attack Wing and the Eastern Air Defense Sector. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Lillique A. Ford)
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Lt. Col. Michael Kenney, Chief of Aerospace Medicine for the 174th Medical Group, demonstrates telemedicine capabilities of the Air National Guard on April 2, 2017 at Hancock Field Air National Guard base.
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Senior Airman Sara Schreiber of the 174th Attack Wing Public Affairs office, spends time with Spicer the dog during his visit to the base March 4, 2017. Spicer is the 174th Attack Wing's Therapy dog. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Morgan)
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WILLIAMSON, NY - Members of the New York Air National Guard's 174th Attack Wing  provide support to the residents of Wayne County and neighboring communities in response to the flooding crisis on Lake Ontario. Airmen filled over 44 thousand sandbags to reinforce banks and reduce water flow.
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Command Chief Master Sergeant Michael Will, addresses friends, family and members of Hancock Field during his Change of Authority ceremony here Feb. 11, 2017. Will became the fifth Command Chief for the Attack Wing. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Morgan)
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Syracuse, NY – A remotely piloted MQ-9 Reaper operated by the New York Air National Guard’s 174th Attack Wing flies a routine training mission over Central New York on October 23, 2016. The Civil Air Patrol provides chase plane operations for the MQ-9, to and from restricted air space, to meet FAA see-and-avoid requirements of remotely piloted aircraft (RPA). (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Miller/released)
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Syracuse, NY – Members of the 174th Attack Wing Maintenance Group prepare to launch remotely piloted MQ-9 Reapers for a routine training mission on October 23, 2016. The MQ-9 is a long-endurance aircraft whose primary mission is to provide real-time intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) to military ground commanders. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Miller/released)
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Syracuse, NY – A remotely piloted MQ-9 Reaper operated by the New York Air National Guard’s 174th Attack Wing flies a routine training mission over Central New York on October 23, 2016. The Civil Air Patrol provides chase plane operations for the MQ-9, to and from restricted air space, to meet FAA see-and-avoid requirements of remotely piloted aircraft (RPA). (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Miller/released)
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An Airman of the 174th Attack Wing Fire Department kneels among the rescued simulated survivors of a fire during an exercise held on Hancock Field Air National Guard Base Oct. 15, 2016. The exercise was part of a unit effectiveness inspection capstone. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Morgan)
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Airmen of the 174th Attack Wing Fire Department exit a simulated burning building during an exercise held on Hancock Field Air National Guard Base Oct. 15, 2016. The exercise was part of a unit effectiveness inspection capstone. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Morgan)
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Airmen of the 174th Attack Wing Fire Department ready a ladder for access to the roof of a simulated burning building during an exercise held on Hancock Field Air National Guard Base Oct. 15, 2016. The exercise was part of a unit effectiveness inspection capstone. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Morgan)
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Airmen of the 174th Attack Wing Fire Department get ready to use a chainsaw during an exercise held on Hancock Field Air National Guard Base Oct. 15, 2016. The exercise was part of a unit effectiveness inspection capstone. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Morgan)
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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Daniel Tester, vice wing commander of the 174th Attack Wing, is promoted Colonel at Hancock Field in Syracuse, NY on Sep 26, 2016. (NY Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jeremy M. Call/Released)
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Col. Michael Smith, 174th Attack Wing commander, briefs local employers on the missions and capabilities of the wing, during an Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Boss Day event 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)
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Local employers receive a briefing on the MQ-9 Remotely Piloted Aircraft, during an Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Boss Day event 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. Boss Day events 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)
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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)
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