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  • Enlisted Symposium Cultivates NCANG's Most Vital Resource: People

    No mission happens without quality people to see it through from start to finish."This is a monumental event," said 145th Airlift Wing, Command Chief Master Sgt. Maurice Williams, referring to the first-ever unit Enlisted Symposium held Aug. 14, 2015. "It provides a foundation that will help develop future leaders in the 145th Airlift Wing."Held at
  • Col. "Chuck" Davis celebrates 38 years of service by taking traditional "Fini-Flight"

    Members of the 145th Airlift Wing witnessed the final flight of Col. Charles D. Davis, III, when he landed, July 28, 2015, onboard a 145th Airlift Wing, C-130 Hercules aircraft, at the North Carolina Air National Guard base, Charlotte Douglas International Airport.As part of a military tradition with aviators, Davis stepped off the C-130 onto the
  • Deployment for Training keeps civil engineers mission ready

    Airmen from the 145th Regional Training Site (RTS), teamed up with 31 Prime Base Emergency Engineering Force (Prime BEEF) civil engineers from 138th Civil Engineer Squadron (CES), Tulsa, Oklahoma, to participate in a 14 day Deployment for Training (DFT) at the 145th Regional Training Site in New London, N.C.With a heat index over 100 degrees, Air
  • 118th JTAC first to receive hallowed graduate patch from USAF Weapons School

    Tech. Sgt. David Maddeford, Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) with the 118th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS), New London, N.C., made history as one of five graduates of the U.S. Air Force Weapons School to be awarded the coveted graduate patch and enter into an elite group of "patch wearer" brethren during the school's class 15-A
  • 145th MAFFS Aircrew builds ties with Colombian counterparts

    The state line had no obstacles as North and South Carolina Air National Guard units welcomed the Colombian Air Force (Colombian Fuerza Aerea) to tour and participate in this year's Modular Airborne Firefighting System II (MAFFS) classroom training. The classroom certification and re-certification was held April 29 thru May 3, 2015 at the North
  • What it takes to earn a Golden Eagle

    Recruiters from the 145th Force Support Squadron received The Regional Golden Eagle Award for top-performance in 2014, as well as seven individual awards during a ceremony held June 7, 2015 at the North Carolina Air National Guard base, Charlotte Douglas International Airport.  Brig. Gen. Roger E. Williams, Jr., Assistant Adjutant General for Air,
  • 145th Operations Group observes promotion and change of command

    Saturday morning, June 6, 2015, U.S. Air Force officer Joseph H. Stepp IV was a lieutenant colonel and the commander of the 156th Airlift Squadron. By the afternoon, he would be a colonel and the commander of the 145th Operations Group.Stepp relinquished his leadership of the 156th Airlift Squadron over to new commander, Lt. Col. Miles Kevin Harkey
  • 156th Airlift Squadron welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Miles Kevin Harkey, C-130 senior evaluator pilot for the 145th Airlift Wing, and former commander of the 145th Operations Support Squadron, assumed command of the 156th Airlift Squadron during a ceremony held June 6, 2015, at the North Carolina Air National Guard base, Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Harkey began his military
  • 145th Airlift Wing welcomes new Operations Support Squadron commander

    Lt. Col. Bradley E. Holbrooks, C-130 senior mission pilot for the 145th Airlift Wing, assumed command of the 145th Operations Support Squadron (OSS) during a change of command ceremony held at the North Carolina Air National Guard base, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, June 6, 2015. Holbrooks joined the North Carolina Air National Guard on
  • Powering Success for the 263rd

    As the mercury rises, so does Technical Sgt. Ernest Holston's popularity.Holston and 80 of his fellow airmen from the North Carolina Air National Guard's, 263rd Combat Communications Squadron based in New London, N.C., came to Seymour Johnson Air Force base in Goldsboro, N.C. June 12, 2015, to participate in a six day exercise called "Medusa
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