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  • 107th hosts bring your kids to work day

    The 107th Airlift Wing took part in bring your daughters and sons to workday on 24 April. This was a great opportunity for these kids to see what their parent's do in the Air National Guard.
  • Incentive flight

    107th Airlift Wing provides incentive flights for guardsman and their spouses.
  • LIFE ON SATHER

    The loadmaster announced, "buckle in and prepare for landing." Minutes later, the battle rattle and Kevlar donned Airmen were secure in their seats. The plane banked sharply to the right, then to the left, then plunged into a steep descent, at such a high rate of speed that if you didn't know better you may have thought the plane was going to
  • 107th ARW helps local children give to Iraqi children in need

    For two weeks, students of the Holy Ghost Lutheran School collected more than 30 large bags of clothes for children who live on the other side of the world, children they will probably never know, but children who they heard-- are in need. It all started when Christine Lange read an email sent from the 107th Air Refueling Wing Family Support Center
  • 107th ARW security forces deploy

    Families and friends gathered inside the security forces classroom in building 901 on Feb. 25 to say goodbye to their loved ones, knowing it would be months before they would see each other again. The send off began a series of deployments for a group of 107th security police who will join forces in Iraq to help secure Air Force personnel and
  • 107th NCO of the year 2007

    In less than six years she joined the Air Force, deployed to Iraq, deployed to Arizona to help protect our nation's borders, and was awarded the 2007 Non- Commissioned Officer of the Year by the 107th Air Refueling Wing. Staff Sgt. Sylvia V. Kirchner, a traffic management specialist with the 107th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, is soon to become
  • Mobile commissary stops at Niagara

    NIAGARA FALLS ARS, N.Y. -- A winter storm brought less than desirable weather to Niagara Falls on March 8, but that didn't stop the Defense Commissary Agency from bringing a commissary to members of the 107th Air Refueling Wing. Inside building 902 at Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, the high-bay was stocked with perishable and non-perishable
  • The 107th ARW goes above and beyond

    After more than 20 hours of flight and numerous layovers, members from the 107th Air Refueling Wing finally arrived to their destination in Iraq. The 107th members wasted no time making their presence known, within hours from their arrival they were hard at work on projects such as setting T- walls, which are walls that surround buildings designed
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