• Community Sends Valentines to Airbase

    Members of the 914th Air Refueling Wing and 107th Attack Wing pick up their valentine cards at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, N.Y. on February 13, 2020. Children from schools across Erie County, New York took the time to create the cards for local military members. (U.S. Air Force photo by Peter Borys)
  • NY Air National Guard Honors President Millard Fillmore

    BUFFALO, N.Y. – The deputy commander of the 107th Operations Group of the New York National Guard's 107th Attack Wing honored the nation's 13th president, Millard Fillmore, on his 220th birthday with a wreath-laying ceremony at his grave.Lt. Col. Shawn Reynolds, representing President Trump, placed a wreath from the White House on Fillmore's grave
  • N.Y. Air Guard Honors Former President and Buffalo Native

    With temperatures below zero, the 107th Attack Wing of the New York Air National Guard honored the nation’s 13th president with a wreath laying ceremony at his grave at Forest Lawn Cemetery here, on Jan. 5, 2017. Col. David Warnick, commander of the 107th Mission Support Group, laid the wreath on behalf of President Trump in front of dignitaries and admirers of President Millard Fillmore. The 107th has represented the president for more than three decades.
  • 107th ATKW Dentist Brings Skills to North Carolina Residents

    A dentist from the 107th Attack Wing here provided dental care to North Carolina residents during an Innovative Readiness Training exercise, July 31 to August 13, 2017. Lt. Col. Raymond Miller, the base dental surgeon, was one of more than 10 members of the 107th Medical Group to participate in Smoky Mountain Medical 2017. They joined more than 240 other service members from across the Air Force, Army and Navy, as they offered dental, optometry, veterinary and general health services from Clay and Swain Counties.
  • 107th Member and Canisius Alum Named to 'Griffs Under 40' List

    Jason Masker, the wing director of psychological health at the 107th Attack Wing here, was named to the “Griffs Under 40” list to be released by Canisius College, Buffalo, in July, 2017. The list is featured every year in an issue of Canisius Magazine to recognize select alumni for accomplishments they have made. The criteria to be featured focuses on alumni that are all under the age of 40.
  • ASOS Airmen Respond to Accident

    Two Airmen assigned to the 274th Air Support Operations Squadron, New York Air National Guard in Syracuse, were on the scene of a car accident that occurred outside of the main gate to Hancock Airfield, April 4, 2017. Tech Sgt. Brandon Mason, a support services specialist, and Tech Sgt. Seth Stucker, a first sergeant assigned to the 274th ASOS, saw the accident occur and were immediately on the scene.
  • 107th Members Give Back to Community

    More than six Airmen from the 107th Attack Wing here volunteered to help Habitat for Humanity renovate a house throughout April, 2017. With volunteerism in the wing being encouraged, members of the wing were informed about the opportunity to work on the project. The Airmen took the opportunity to give back to the community that has supported them for so long.
  • 107th Enters into New Era with Redesignation

    The 107th Attack Wing, New York Air National Guard, here announced its redesignation as it officially became an attack wing during a ceremony here, March 21, 2017. Having been an airlift wing since July of 2008, the change in name is the latest step in the transition from flying the C-130 Hercules, to the MQ-9 Reaper remotely piloted aircraft. The new designation is another milestone of the conversion since the last C-130H was flown by the 107th in September 2014.
  • 107th Hosts General Motors Training

    More than 20 Airmen attended training given by General Motors and AC Delco regional instructors, hosted by the 107th Logistics Readiness Squadron here, February 22 and 23, 2017. The training, put on by Paddock Chevrolet in Kenmore, saw Airmen from Air National Guard units across several states attend the two-day original equipment manufacturer training. Over the two days, they will learn the latest in GM specific diagnostic procedures and see the latest in diesel engine technology.
  • Niagara Welcomes Back Familiar Sight

    The 914th Airlift Wing here entered a new era as they welcomed the arrival of their first KC-135R Stratotanker at a ceremony here, Feb. 2, 2017. Since being activated in 1963, the 914th AW has continuously provided airlift support, first with the C-119 Flying Boxcar and then the C-130 Hercules. Today marks another step in the process of their conversion into in air refueling wing, the first major conversion for the wing in their more than 50 year history.

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