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  • Airmen from 145th Airlift Wing enhance leadership skills during LTAS

    Members of the 145th Airlift Wing were given an opportunity to enhance their leadership skills by attending a Leadership Team Awareness Seminar (LTAS) held at the North Carolina Air National Guard Base, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, March 17 and 18, 2016.The mobile training team from the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute,
  • North Carolina Air National Guard marks 68 year anniversary

    The North Carolina Air National Guard has come a long way since its establishment 68 years ago. Then, Lt. Col. William J. Payne, who ran a furniture store in downtown Charlotte, was asked to start the unit, which became the 156th Fighter Squadron, the oldest unit of the North Carolina Air National Guard. The unit, which was equipped with P-47D
  • Celebrating Women's History Month 2016

    What started as a national celebration in 1981, when Congress authorized the president to proclaim the week beginning March 7, 1982 as Women's History Week, has now become a month-long celebration bringing a unique opportunity to take time to honor the hard work and contributions made by women serving in our military, both past and present.During
  • N.C. Air National Guard hosts ANG Command Chief

    In one of his final visits of his career, Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air National Guard James W. Hotaling took time to share his start in the Air Force and discuss his overall vision pertaining to the future of the Air National Guard during junior and senior enlisted "all calls" held at the North Carolina Air National Guard Base,
  • 235th ATCS Airman named ANG Air Traffic Controller of the Year

    When Staff Sgt. Jacob A. Burkhalter responded to an impromptu meeting called by his commander, Maj. Jeffrey Kipp, 235th Air Traffic Control Squadron, he was humbly surprised when the commander announced that he had been selected as Air Traffic Controller of the Year by the National Guard Bureau."Jake is the standard we strive for," said Kipp as he
  • New command chief brings inspiration to 145th Airlift Wing

    Members of the North Carolina Air National Guard welcomed Chief Master Sgt. Salvatore "Sal" Pecorella as the new command chief for the 145th Airlift Wing. On the cusp of his 33rd year serving in the Air Force, Chief Pecorella eagerly took on his newly appointed position by getting out and talking to the Airmen, listening to their concerns and being
  • 145th Comptroller Flight, first in providing TOP NOTCH support

    The North Carolina Air National Guard's, 145th Comptroller Flight (CPTF), Budget Office, was recognized by Secretary of the Air Force Finance Management Programs office as being the first of 25, including all Active Duty, Reserve and Guard units, to have accurately completed the pre-work required to go live with the new accounting system, Defense
  • 145th Airlift Wing delivers "Souper Bowl" to local community

    Members of the North Carolina Air National Guard celebrated the Carolina Panthers and Super Bowl Sunday by participating in "Souper" Bowl. "Souper Bowl of Caring" utilizes Super Bowl weekend to rally people together in an effort to help fight hunger and poverty in their local communities.Sponsored by the 145th Airlift Wing's Chaplain Corps, Chapter
  • 145th Airlift Wing's Veteran brothers, take to the skies for their final flight

    In a tradition nearly as old as military aviation itself, North Carolina Air National Guard's, Vice-Wing Commander, Col. Quincy "Newt" Huneycutt, III, and brother, Chief Master Sgt. Andrew "Andy" Huneycutt, celebrated over 36 years (72 combined), of dedicated military service when they took their final "fini-flight" onboard a transport aircraft,
  • 145th MXS CDDAR Team, hand selected Airmen for a special mission

    Aircraft accidents can happen without warning and being ready to respond effectively is vital. Airmen who respond after an accident are called the Crashed, Damaged, Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) Team. These selected few must work and train together in order to be prepared to respond at a moment's notice.The CDDAR Team is structured using the