• Air Crew Training

    The 107th Airlift Wing just completed week long aircrew training at the Niagara Falls Reserve Station and Fort Drum, N.Y. The training involved cargo loading, air drops, tactical low level flying and night vision training for the pilots."This training helps with our future deployments" said Lt. Col. John Patterson, C-130 Pilot, 107th Airlift
  • Defense Secretary visits Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station

    Secretary of Defense, Leon E. Panetta, met with United States Air Force personnel and state and local political leaders here today.Panetta sat down for a meeting with leadership from the 107th and 914th Airlift Wings, members of New York's congressional delegation, and state and local leaders then addressed two hundred Airmen in an aircraft
  • Team Niagara is Mission Ready

    Members of the 107th and 914th Airlift Wing's successfully completed their Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI) and were briefed as being mission ready on July 31, 2012. The units were inspected on deployment procedures, base and work centers setups, simulated base attacks with mortar, simulated chemical and missile attacks, first aid and just
  • Team Niagara Returns Home with Smiles

    It is all smiles as members from the 107th and 914th Airlift Wings return home. Both units deployed to Alpena, Michigan along with the Rhode Island 143rd Airlift Wing for a five day Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI). This was the first in all units' history to have a joint Guard and Reserve inspection, the 125th Air Expeditionary Wing.Air
  • Reenlistment Time

    Tech Sgt. Roman Jeter, C-130 Aircraft Crew Chief reenlists for six more years with the 107th Airlift Wing. Lt. Col. Christopher Thurn, 107th Airlift Wing's Maintenance Squadron Commander, performed the reenlistment oath on June 20, 2011."I'm proud of the work Tech. Sgt. Jeter does for our unit and want to highlight the great work our maintenance
  • T-Bird Summer Issue

    Call it a sign of the times, but the world wants information and they want it now. We must change our old ways to keep up with this pace. As you know we publish all of our news stories, written and video, directly to our public website: http://www.107aw.ang.af.mil/ and Facebook (107th Airlift Wing NYANG). These are venues to tell our story to the
  • Air National Guard's Command Chief meets 107th Airlift Wing's Airmen

    Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Muncy, Air National Guard Command Chief, visited the 107th Airlift Wing on May 8th and 9th. His visit included meeting with senior leadership, touring the Air Reserve Station, hosting a Town Hall Meeting for the Wing and speaking with the Junior Enlisted Council.The Chief represents the highest level of enlisted
  • 41st Winston P. Wilson Combat Match 2012

    Eight members of the New York State Army & Air National Guard made up the States Combined Arms Team for 2012. On April 22nd to April 28th, these soldiers and airman competed in the 41st Annual Winston P. Wilson National Skill at Arms Match, Camp Robinson, North Little Rock, Arkansas. The team was made up of members of the New York Air National
  • There is a new recruiter in town!

    The new 107th recruiter Tech. Sgt. Krystalore Stegner just completed the challenging Air National Guard's Recruiting School, and is now looking to fill the many part-time job openings within the 107th Airlift Wing.Tech. Sgt Stegner cross trained from the Communications Flight this past year to be a recruiter. She has been with the unit for ten
  • International Denim Day

    Denim Day is an international event held during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).In 1992, an 18 year old in Italy was picked up by her driving instructor to begin a driving lesson. Soon after, she was raped on the side of the road by the instructor. She pressed charges and won her case. The instructor appealed, and the case went to the Italian

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