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Tech. Sgt. Elisabeth Gelhar, a photojournalist assigned to the 178th Public Affairs, poses for a photo in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Gelhar owns her own photo business and has a passion for photography. (Courtesy photo)
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Lt. Col. Gary Katz, a flight surgeon assigned to the 178th Medical Group, owns a medical staffing agency in addition to fulfilling his Air National Guard duties. Katz’s innovative attitude exemplifies the diversity of the U.S. military that gives it a strategic advantage in achieving mission success.
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Joseph Frederick, a retired U.S. Air Force captain with the 178th Wing, returned to the Springfield Air National Guard Base, May 23, and reflected on his time as a pilot in the Ohio Air National Guard. The F-84F "Thunderstreak" aircraft that Frederick flew was turned into a static display, and he was able to visit the display upon his return to the 178th Wing.
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Master Sgt. Tammy Remley, Senior NCO in charge of inspections with the 178th Inspector General Office, and Senior Master Sgt. Tabatha King, newly selected Chief enlisted manager of the 178th Communications Flight, reflect on their military service at Springfield Air National Guard Base in Springfield, Ohio, April 26, 2018. Remley and King are identical twins that have served nearly 20 years together in the Ohio National Guard.
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Senior Airman Ervin Anderson, an administrative specialist with the 251st Cyberspace Engineering Installation Group, exemplifies the Air Force core value of “excellence in all we do” through his impressive body building achievements.
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Lt. Col. (Dr.) Simon Nguyen, the Chief of Dental Services with the178th Medical Group, teaches Airmen about how to achieve complete oral health at Springfield-Beckley Air Guard Station in Ohio, April 7, 2018. Ngyuen volunteered some of his personal time to complete dental exams on Airmen from the 123rd Air Control Squadron, Blue Ash, Ohio.
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Robert Williams earns the Volunteer of the Year award at the Joint Family Readiness and Warrior Support Professional Development Volunteer Workshop in Columbus, Ohio, April 8, 2018. Volunteers saved the Ohio National Guard nearly half a million dollars through their unpaid work.
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Col. Rebecca O’ Connor, the joint director of intelligence for the Ohio National Guard, was the keynote speaker for the Women’s History Month observance, March 28, at the Maj. Gen. Robert S. Beightler Armory in Columbus, Ohio.  O' Connor has served more than 30 years in the Ohio National Guard.
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Eight Airmen with the 178th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group temporarily deployed to Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, on a mobile team in support of Patriot South, Feb. 13-15.
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Eight Airmen with the 178th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group temporarily deployed to Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, on a mobile team in support of Patriot South, Feb. 13-15.
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Nearly 10 Airmen with the 178th Wing team up with the Ohio State Highway Patrol Aviation Department to provide flood relief assistance for several counties in the tri-state area, Ohio, Feb. 27, 2018. The birds-eye view imagery provided detailed information for emergency agencies to effectively provide relief to the damaged areas. The 178th Airmen were able to leverage their technological skills with the Ohio State Patrolmen’s knowledge of the layout of the land to get help to Ohioans where it is needed most. (U.S. Air National Guard photo cleared for public release)
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Nearly 10 Airmen with the 178th Wing team up with the Ohio State Highway Patrol Aviation Department to provide flood relief assistance for several counties in the tri-state area, Ohio, Feb. 27, 2018. The birds-eye view imagery provided detailed information for emergency agencies to effectively provide relief to the damaged areas. The 178th Airmen were able to leverage their technological skills with the Ohio State Patrolmen’s knowledge of the layout of the land to get help to Ohioans where it is needed most. (U.S. Air National Guard photo cleared for public release)
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Nearly 10 Airmen with the 178th Wing team up with the Ohio State Highway Patrol Aviation Department to provide flood relief assistance for several counties in the tri-state area, Ohio, Feb. 27, 2018. The birds-eye view imagery provided detailed information for emergency agencies to effectively provide relief to the damaged areas. The 178th Airmen were able to leverage their technological skills with the Ohio State Patrolmen’s knowledge of the layout of the land to get help to Ohioans where it is needed most. (U.S. Air National Guard photo cleared for public release)
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Nearly 10 Airmen with the 178th Wing team up with the Ohio State Highway Patrol Aviation Department to provide flood relief assistance for several counties in the tri-state area, Ohio, Feb. 27, 2018. The birds-eye view imagery provided detailed information for emergency agencies to effectively provide relief to the damaged areas. The 178th Airmen were able to leverage their technological skills with the Ohio State Patrolmen’s knowledge of the layout of the land to get help to Ohioans where it is needed most. (U.S. Air National Guard photo cleared for public release)
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Nearly 10 Airmen with the 178th Wing team up with the Ohio State Highway Patrol Aviation Department to provide flood relief assistance for several counties in the tri-state area, Ohio, Feb. 27, 2018. The birds-eye view imagery provided detailed information for emergency agencies to effectively provide relief to the damaged areas. The 178th Airmen were able to leverage their technological skills with the Ohio State Patrolmen’s knowledge of the layout of the land to get help to Ohioans where it is needed most. (U.S. Air National Guard photo cleared for public release)
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Nearly 10 Airmen with the 178th Wing team up with the Ohio State Highway Patrol Aviation Department to provide flood relief assistance for several counties in the tri-state area, Ohio, Feb. 27, 2018. The birds-eye view imagery provided detailed information for emergency agencies to effectively provide relief to the damaged areas. The 178th Airmen were able to leverage their technological skills with the Ohio State Patrolmen’s knowledge of the layout of the land to get help to Ohioans where it is needed most. (U.S. Air National Guard photo cleared for public release)
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