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  • Packages sent to 107th Airmen overseas for the holidays.

    Family members prepared care packages for their loved ones who are deployed.The 107th Airlift Wing's Family Readiness hosted their Yellow Ribbon event here at Niagara Falls Reserve Station on Nov. 7th. The 107th Security Forces Airmen are deployed at the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, Southwest Asia. They will be spending their deployment over the
  • Aircrew from the 107th Airlift Wing complete first combat MQ-9 mission as a team

    NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION, N.Y.- For the first time, an MQ-9 Reaper Combat Air Patrol was remotely piloted solely by members of the 107th Airlift Wing when a team deployed to Ellsworth Air Force Base last month.In September, 23 members of the 107th Operations Group deployed to the South Dakota base to complete the three-day mission, as
  • ThunderBird Fall 2015

    The ThunderBird is a quarterly edition. It will be published in April, July, September, and January (spring, summer, fall and winter issues). This will take some advanced planning to get articles, columns, and wing events published in the quarterly newsletter.If you have a story of interest you‟d like to share, please e-mal or call us and let us
  • Heroic Airmen lauded by Command Chief Hotaling during visit

    Five Airmen from the 107th Civil Engineering Squadron Fire Department that put their training to use to help a man in distress at Babin Lake, North Carolina were thanked today by the Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air National Guard.The five firefighters, Staff Sergeant Christopher McKimmie, Senior Airman John Guiher, and Airmen First Class
  • Niagara Airmen embrace change

    Embrace change. Don't fight it.That was the message the Command Chief Master Sgt. of the Air National Guard, Chief Master Sgt. James Hotaling had for Airmen of the New York Air National Guard's 107th Airlift Wing on Saturday June 13."Embrace the training. Own it! Be the best Airmen," said Hotaling. "Strive to exceed the standards. Be professional
  • Lt. Col. Gary Charlton becomes 107th Operations Group commander

    A change of command ceremony was held here May 18 as Lt. Col. R. Gary Charlton II became the 107th Operations Group commander.In the traditional ceremony, the outgoing commander, Col. Michael W. Bank, symbolically passed the group's flag to the new commander. Bank is now serving as the wing's vice commander.  Charlton was previously the commander
  • ThunderBird Spring 2015

    The ThunderBird is a quarterly edition. It will be published in April, July, September, and January (spring, summer, fall and winter issues). This will take some advanced planning to get articles, columns, and wing events published in the quarterly newsletter.If you have a story of interest you‟d like to share, please e-mal or call us and let us
  • 107th Recruiting and Retention Education Fair

    The 107th Airlift Wing hosted more than 15 colleges and organizations here March 21, 2015 for a Recruiting and Retention Education Fair.The education fair was organized by the Recruiting and Retention team of the 107th. It was an opportunity for members to enhance their personal and professional skills for the next step in their career. This event
  • 107th hosts class; creates opportunities for Airmen

    The 107th Airlift Wing hosted an Instructor Certification Program (ICP) here this past week with 16 New York Air National Guardsmen attending in order to become facilitators for Professional Military Education (PME) courses.The program lasts 10 days and is taught by instructors from the I.G. Brown Training Center at McGhee-Tyson Air National Guard
  • Airman joins 107th; contunues family tradition

    Airman 1st Class Luke Moyer raised his right hand and swore in to the 107th Airlift Wing New York Air National Guard on Feb. 12, 2015, becoming the fifth in his family to carry on the military tradition.His family was there for the enlistment ceremony and they all had a story to share.  Master Sgt. Catrina Smith-Coffey, 107th Readiness and
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