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  • Historic Site Training Center

    Fort Indiantown Gap, also referred to as “The Gap” or “Fig”, which has a history that dates back to the mid-1700s. The current post was originally developed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a National Guard training site in 1931. The installation has served as home to the Pennsylvania National Guard as well as active units of the United States Army.
  • Competition at the 174th Attack Wing

    Weapons crews from Texas and California traveled to the 174th Attack Wing to compete in a weeklong training competition alongside our airmen from August10-13. During the weeklong event, teams split the mandatory loading training into four different competitive events. The week ended with a ceremony and trophies were given to the winning crews.
  • Relax Your Mind, Let Your Conscience Be Free

    When she’s not working in the 174th Attack Wing’s personnel office, 2nd Lt. Carley Ditro is teaching yoga to the wing’s Airmen. Ditro began studying yoga in 2012 during her college days at the State University of New York, Binghamton. “It was just something that I wanted to try with some new friends. I had never done yoga before. I went to the
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