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  • Speed-Training Refreshes North Carolina Air National Guard

    Nearly 300 members of the North Carolina Air National Guard participate in an Ability To Survive and Operate exercise, brushing up on skills needed for field conditions, in a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft hangar held at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport, Jan. 10, 2019.
  • Operation Deep Freeze

    When December rolls around all eyes are traditionally focused on the North Pole. That was not the case this year however, for four members of the 263rd Combat Communications Squadron, who spent the last month of 2018 focused on the South Pole of Antarctica and Operation Deep Freeze.
  • Milestone Marked for the 145th Airlift Wing

    Every major milestone begins with a first step, for the 145th Airlift Wing, 2018 and the arrival of the C-17 aircraft has prompted quite a number of them. The most recent step includes the units participation in this year’s Joint Forcible Entry Exercise at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Dec. 8, 2018.
  • Livin’ My Best Life

    For a brief moment, colored chalk painted the sky; overshadowing recent loss and filling the air with love. Family and friends of the North Carolina Air National Guard joined together Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018 for a one-mile fun run/walk in honor of recently deceased U.S. Air Force Recruiter, Master Sgt. Valanda Pettis, at the fitness track located on base at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
  • First Female Chief for the 145th Maintenance Group

    With the first feeling of Fall lingering in the air, changes came to the North Carolina Air National Guard Base, as Senior Master Sgt. Lisa Phillips promoted and took on the role as 145th Maintenance Group Chief Oct. 13, 2018.
  • 145th Logistics Readiness Squadron Sends Back-Up

    Following strategic safety measures, an 11-person team from the 145th Logistics Readiness Squadron is activated and sent to Kinston, North Carolina, Sept. 17, 2018, to relieve a team of North Carolina Air National Guardsmen that have been creating and moving supply pallets filled with food and water during Hurricane Florence.
  • Tropical Storm Florence VS. North Carolina Air National Guardsmen: Family Brings the Fight

    As chaos strikes against the Carolinas via massive amounts of rain and debris from Tropical Storm Florence, a team of North Carolina Air National Guardsmen are huddled around computers and phones in an Emergency Operation Center held at the 145th Airlift Wing, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Sept. 15, 2018.
  • North Carolina Air National Guard Stands Against Hurricane Florence

    There is standing only room as the 145th Airlift Wing Commander, Col. Bryony Terrell, took center stage to brief on the preparation of Hurricane Florence and what destruction may lie ahead during a “Town Hall Meeting” held at the North Carolina Air National Guard Base, Charlotte Douglas International airport, Sept. 14, 2018.
  • Commanding “Out-of-the-Box” in Poland

    An Airman from the North Carolina Air National Guard was selected for commander of an “out-of-the-box” deployable airbase concept that was tested for the first time in Poland. Maj. John Thompson, 145th Mission Support Group, spent the majority of July and August in Poland as the exercise commander of the new Deployable Air Base System.
  • Annual North Carolina 8th Annual Operation Kids on Guard Kicks Off

    Operation Kids on Guard is an event focused on military family dynamics and how a deployment can effect a family. The children learned the different types of jobs military members can hold with over thirty interactive and educational activities on site.
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