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  • Security Forces Conducts Training Exercise

    The 174th Fighter Wing Security Forces recently conducted a two and a half day training exercise.The training exercise was coordinated by Senior Master Sgt. Mark Mcafee and is a requirement for airmen preparing for deployment. If airmen aren't deploying then the training has to be completed every 36 months. Once the airmen complete the training
  • Hancock Fields' "Hail To The Cheif's" ceremony

    On June 4, 2011, Hancock Field honored its recently and soon-to-be retired chief master sergeants at a "Hail To The Chiefs" dinner and ceremony held here in the main hanger.Hancock Field held its first "Hail To The Chiefs" ceremony to honor all the chief master sergeants who retired in 2010 and 2011. The following 13 chiefs were honored at a formal
  • Change-of-Command and a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Hancock Field

    On Sunday of the June Unit Training Assembly a change-of-command ceremony took place followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony led by the incoming commander at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base in Syracuse, NY.In a ceremony officiated by Col Kevin W. Bradley, 174th Fighter Wing Commander and assisted by the 274th Air Support Operations Squadron
  • Hancock Field To Stand-up Joint Wellness Center

    Hancock Field Air National Guard base soon will be opening the doors to the first-of-its-kind Joint Health and Wellness Center (J-HAWC).Hancock Field has many support services to help assist our Airmen and Solidiers. Some of those services include the Chaplain, Family Programs, Wing Director of Psychological Health, Nutrition, Fitness Monitors,
  • Military Spouse Appreciation Day - May 6, 2011

    May 6, 2011 is Military Spouse Appreciation Day. It is a day that is set aside each year to recognize and honor the contributions and sacrifices of military spouses. In 1984, then President Ronald Reagan proclaimed the Friday before Mother's Day to be designated as Military Spouse Appreciation Day. Since then, each President and senior military
  • Women's History Month Spotlight: Staff Sgt. Takeya A. Williams

    March is Women's History Month and with that we will focus on one of our female members here at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, Staff Sgt. Takeya A. Williams who serves at the 174th Fighter Wing within the Force Support Squadron.Staff Sgt. Williams graduated from Carthage Central High School in 2002 and attended the State University at
  • 174FW Mission Support Group Change of Command

    On Saturday the 5th of March a Change of Command ceremony at the 174th Fighter Wing took place marking the passing of command for the 174th FW Mission Support Group.Col. Kevin W. Bradley 174th FW Commander officiated the Change of Command Ceremony that transferred command from Col. Harvey M. Van Wie, Jr. to Lt. Col. Earl A. Evans."Col. Van Wie has
  • Start of the Tour Season

    The normal tour season at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base runs every year from April through October during the year, normally during weekends when the unit is assembled. Tours on the base are used to bring awareness to the community by highlighting the different areas and functions of all the units located on the base.A tour, which lasts
  • Black History Month Spotlight: Senior Master Sgt. Leon A. Saddler

    Senior Master Sgt. Leon A. Saddler is the Human Resource Advisor for the 174th Fighter Wing, Syracuse, NY a position he has held since 2009. Senior Master Sgt. Saddler is responsible for advising the command leadership on issues leading to the enhancement of the organization's culture; promoting opportunities for all Air National Guard members to
  • Black History Month Spotlight: Dr. (Col.) Wenzell E. Carter, Jr.

    Dr. (Col.) Wenzell E. Carter, Jr. has been the Commander of the 174th Fighter Wing Medical Group since 2007. He attended Northwestern High School, Baltimore, Maryland, and graduated in 1971. He continued his education by attending Morgan State University earning his degree in 1975 and then moving on to the University of Maryland Baltimore College
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