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  • Hancock Field member competes in marksman competition

    Senior Airman Matthew Rossen, member of the 274th Air Support Operation Squadron, has been chosen to represent the 174th Attack Wing in the Multi-National Military Marksman Competition.The Competition will be held in South Africa and consists of members from the Army and Air National Guard."He's a good airman and this is a great opportunity for him
  • Hometown Heroes Salute to Hancock Field Members

    135 members of Hancock Field Air National Guard base were presented with Hometown Hero awards during a ceremony held in the aircraft hangar on February 9, 2014.The award was presented to members who were deployed in support of a contingency operation between March 2012 and January 2014.There were three tiers of awards: Tier 1 members were deployed
  • Spotlight on Real Property Examiner Mrs. Patricia Smith

    Perhaps you have seen a professional lady amidst the sea of ABUs in Facility Utilization Board meeting or a construction progress meeting on base. You may have seen her at a Children's Holiday gathering or at a welcome home from deployment event. She was probably smiling and putting the spotlight on someone else. That is what our Real Property
  • 174th Members help veterans through community based outreach program

    Where can veterans and their families go for support and to get information on a variety of programs and services that go beyond standard health care and education? The answer is simple, it's Clear Path. Established in 2011, Clear Path is a community based veteran's outreach center that is focused on helping both active duty and non-active duty
  • The 174th says goodbye to Maj. Pyke during retirement ceremony

    The 174th Attack Wing bid farewell to Maj. David Pyke, Deputy Comptroller of the 174th Comptroller Flight, in a retirement ceremony on October 4, 2013.Towards the end of his high school years, Maj. Pyke was struggling to figure and out a way to pay for college. Having a grandfather who served during World War II and a father who also served in the
  • Lt. Col. Chuck Hutson receives Bronze Star medal

    On September 7, 2013, Lt. Col. Charles H. Hutson, Commander of the 174th Attack Wing Comptroller Flight, received the Bronze Star Medal during a ceremony held at Hancock Field as family and Hancock Field unit members looked on."It was an honor to serve my country in Afghanistan, but it's good to be back home with my family", said Hutson during the
  • Air Force's top enlisted leader visits Hancock Field

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody and Mrs. Athena Cody traveled to Hancock Field Air National Guard Base Sept. 6 to 8 to visit Airmen and see the various missions of the 174th Attack Wing.Cody is the highest enlisted level of leadership in the U.S. Air Force, and as such, provides direction to over 250,000 enlisted personnel and
  • Giving Back to our Community

    Hancock Field and Community leaders gathered together on April 24, 2013 to recognize leaders selected by Leadership Greater Syracuse (LGS) during their annual Distinguished Community Leader Awards luncheon. This is the first year LGS selected an Alumni Achievement award winner nominated by fellow LGS graduates. The Wing was proud to learn that Lt.
  • 174th Attack Wing Medical Group streamlines physical processing

    Military members stationed here may notice some positive changes the next time they visit the 174th Attack Wing Medical Group. Fewer stops and a streamlined process will reduce the amount of time Airmen spend waiting to see a medical provider. These changes are part of the Action Plan developed by fourteen subject matter experts and customers
  • The 174th bids farewell to Col. Carter with retirement ceremony

    The 174th Attack Wing said farewell to Col. Wenzell Carter, Commander of the 174th Medical Group, in a retirement/change of command ceremony on May 4, 2013.Maj. Martin Stallone will be the new commander of the 174th Medical Group.Col. Carter plans on staying busy during his days of retirement."Once this retirement takes place I'll continue working