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  • With the Army Guard in Mongolia (Part 2)

    Who do you call when you need a modular hospital system? The Expeditionary Medical System (EMEDS) team out of Brooks AFB, Texas might be your best bet. Just ask the Mongolians. They took delivery of their new "basic" modular system -- which resembles several tan Quonset huts linked together -- during the Khaan Quest 2008 exercise here at Camp Five
  • With the Army National Guard in Mongolia (Part 1)

    So how far is it from Hawaii to Mongolia? Not too far, as it turns out, for the National Guard. The Army National Guard's 871st Engineering Battalion, based in Wailuku, Hawaii, recently visited this remote country to fix up and renovate the dormitory of a local school. The building had last been renovated in 1961. The National Guard plumbers,
  • 176th Wing members return home from Gulf Coast

    Twenty-six members of the Alaska Air National Guard returned home today after deploying in support of hurricanes Gustav, Hannah and Ike in the Gulf Coast region. Responding to a request from the states of Louisiana and Texas, the Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Wing deployed two HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopters and airmen on Sept. 1 to support
  • 176th Wing members to remain on Gulf Coast in anticipation of Hurricane Ike

    The Governor of the State of Texas today formally requested National Guard assistance in anticipation of Hurricane Ike, expected to hit Texas as a Category 4 storm early on the morning of Sept. 13. In response, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin directed the Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Wing to keep two helicopters and approximately 30 wing members
  • 176th Wing sends helicopters, airmen to Gulf Coast

    Responding to a request from the State of Louisiana, the Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Wing is deploying two HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopters and approximately 30 airmen to support search-and-rescue efforts expected in the wake of Hurricane Gustav.The highly trained helicopter aircrews and pararescuemen (members of the wing's 210th and 212th rescue
  • Alaska Air National Guard rescues two injured snow machiners on Kenai Peninsula

    The Alaska Air National Guard 210th and 212th Rescue Squadrons conducted two separate rescues of snow machiners on the Kenai Peninsula Saturday. The 11th Rescue Coordination Center received the first call from the Alaska State Troopers Saturday at 1:55 p.m. requesting assistance to recover a snow machiner, suffering a possible broken leg and
  • Enlisted development tools

    The Air Force Portal provides many resources to enhance your military career. As mentioned in last month's Air Guardian article "Reach for the Next Promotion," MyEDP is an excellent resource for the Air Force enlisted person's professional growth; specifically in providing information regarding the steps required to advance. One area from MyEDP
  • vPC-GR: Online, all the time

    As a member of the Air National Guard, the virtual Personnel Center - Guard and Reserve (vPC-GR) is here for you. With no lines and expanded contact center hours, the never-closed vPCGR launches personnel service into the 21st Century. The growing list of services includes retirement applications, duty history corrections, 20-year letter requests
  • 176th Wing Recognized as Air Force Outstanding Unit

    The Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Wing was recognized with the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for its service to the nation from Aug. 31, 2005, to Sept. 1, 2007. "To be recognized as one of the premier units in the United States Air Force is a tremendous accomplishment in which our Alaska Air Guard members should be very proud," said Maj.

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