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  • The 455th keeps the spirit alive

    On Saturday, 24 July 2010, the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing's Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron dedicated its new Vehicle Operations Control Center at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, to the memory of Senior Airman Ashton Lynn Marie Goodman.Goodman was a member of the squadron who performed gun truck duty before being hit by a roadside bomb
  • 274th ASOS Prepares for Combat

    [The 274th Air Support Operations Squadron is stationed at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base in Syracuse, NY. The squadron is currently deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. This is the first in a series of four articles giving the reader an inside look at how the unit trains, deploys, fights, and reintegrates from
  • JAG Conference held at Hancock Field

    Air National Guard Council of the Judge Advocate General of the Air Force held one of it's national meetings at Hancock Field from June 4-5.Maj. Gen. Andrew F. Turley, the ANG Assistant to the TJAG and Chair of the Council, led a distinguished team of legal professionals as they discussed issues ranging from personnel readiness to legal doctrine.
  • Public Affairs Conference held at Hancock Field

    The National Guard Bureau's Director of Public Affairs was the featured speaker at the Northeast Regional Public Affairs Conference hosted at Hancock Field ANGB on May 25, 2010.Mr. Jack Harrison spoke with the state public affairs officers from ten northeastern states (New York, Delaware, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Jersey, District of
  • Chief National Guard Bureau Visits Hancock Field

    The National Guard's senior leader met with remotely piloted MQ-9 Reaper pilots, sensor operators and Airmen from the 174th Fighter Wing during a visit to Hancock Field May 5.General Craig R. McKinley, the chief of the National Guard Bureau, arrived at Syracuse University this week as a guest speaker at the National Security Management Course.
  • Wing Holds Memorial Service for Member Who Passed Away

    A memorial service was held May 2, 2010 for a 174th Fighter Wing member who lost her life in a motorcycle accident on April 20, 2010 during Bike Week in Corolla, N.C.Lt Col Mike Adamitis, commander of the 174th Communications Flight, opened the memorial service of Staff Sgt Linda Monelavongsy, on behalf of SSgt Preston Cox and family, by thanking
  • New Commander Assumes Control

    The 174th Fighter Wing commander officiated at the 152nd Air Operations Group's change of command ceremony on April 10, 2010 during the unit training assembly.Colonel Kevin W. Bradley, Commander of the 174th Fighter Wing, officiated as Colonel Kevin J. Brown passed the reigns as commander of the 152nd Air Operations Group to Colonel (Sel) Mark D.
  • "Top Performers"

    Two recruiters from the New York Air National Guard were lauded recently for their outstanding weekly accession rate and named "Top Performers".TSgt. Julien R. Paquin and TSgt. Frederick Stoquert from the 174th Fighter Wing were recently recognized for their exceptional accession rate for the week of 28 February to 6 March 2010. To accession a
  • The Final F-16s Leave the 174th Fighter Wing

    The 174th Fighter Wing concluded its F-16 operations on Saturday March 6, 2010 with a formal ceremony that was attended by the new Adjutant General for New York State.Brig Gen. Patrick A. Murphy, NY-TAG joined 174FW Wing Commander Col Kevin W. Bradley on stage to speak to assembled group about the final F-16 flyoff from Hancock Field.Murphy said,
  • Our Military Kids

    Our Military Kids www.ourmilitarykids.org  has some exciting news to share with you, and we need your help to get the word out. Our organization applied for a grant from the Pepsi Corporation called "Refresh Everything". In 2010, Pepsi will give millions of dollars to fund good ideas that make the world a better place. Our Military Kids applied for
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