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  • Col. Kevin Bradley Bids Farewell

    After 20 years of distinguished service to the 174th Fighter Wing, including the last four as Wing Commander, Col. Kevin W. Bradley on 4 March 2012 relinquished command of the unit and was promoted to Director of Operations in the New York Air National Guard Headquarters, Latham, NY."It has been my honor to lead Hancock Field for the past four
  • New York State Air Surgeon Retires

    On Sunday the 4th of March a retirement ceremony was held at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base for the State Air Surgeon for Joint Force Headquarters New York Air National Guard, Col. Reid T. Muller.Col. Kevin Bradley 174th Fighter Wing Commander served as the official for the retirement ceremony with Col. (Ret.) Muller's family, friends,
  • Scholarships, Grants and More for Guardsmen

    There are numerous programs available to benefit the men and women who serve in the Air and Army National Guard. However, it is often difficult for Guardsmen to keep apprised of all these programs.  But there is a solution!The Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States (EANGUS) provides a one-stop-shop for Guard benefits
  • Col. Greg Semmel Selected to Become New Commander of 174th Fighter Wing

    Col. Greg A. Semmel, a member of the 174th Fighter Wing since 2000 and a Jamesville resident, has been named the new commander of the 174th Fighter Wing.Semmel takes command of the wing from Col. Kevin W. Bradley on March 4. Bradley is being reassigned to New York Air National Guard headquarters in Latham.Semmel has served as the Assistant Vice
  • "Unsung Hero" award given to Director of Staff at the 174th Fighter Wing

    On January 16, Lt. Col. MaryJo Timpano was recognized by Syracuse University as an "Unsung Hero", in the community adult category for her tireless efforts in helping those who are in need at Hancock Field and throughout the Syracuse community. Lt. Col. Timpano serves as the Director of Staff and Wing Executive Officer for the 174th Fighter Wing and
  • Hancock Field Outstanding Airmen Recognized

    Five Airmen from Hancock Field Air National Guard Base were recently recognized for their outstanding achievements on and off base by being nominated for the Airman of The Year Award."This is a great accomplishment, a great group of people and it's nice to be able to recognize them" said 174th Fighter Wing Command Chief, Chief Master Sergeant
  • A Reading List for Black History Month

    As described in History.com, "Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. The event grew out of "Negro History Week," the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans. Since 1976, every U.S.
  • Hancock Field Opens First ANG Joint Health and Wellness Center

    The first-of-its-kind Joint Deployment Health and Wellness Center (J-HAWC) opened here recently with great fanfare, including a visit by U.S. Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle (NY-25).Like other military installations, Hancock Field Air National Guard Base has no shortage of support services to assist its airmen and soldiers. But until recently,
  • 174th Fighter Wing has multiple "Firsts" in NY State and ANG History

    When you do something first people will remember you for a long time, do something unique and you will be emblazed into history forever.George Washington became the first President of the United in 1789. The Boston Americans won the first modern World Series in 1903 against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Neil Armstrong became the first human to step on
  • 174th Fighter Wing Maintenance Personnel "Writing" the Book on U.S. Air Force MQ-9 Maintenance Procedures

    Since Hancock Field Air National Guard Base converted from the F-16 Fighting Falcon to the MQ-9 Reaper, the flight line has become more silent and there has been a noticeable reduction in the level of aircraft maintenance activity on the base.However, that all began to change recently as the unit commenced MQ-9 flying operations at Wheeler-Sack