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  • 178th Wing Hosts Annual EI Muster

    More than 150 commanders, officers and senior non-commissioned officers from 16 Air Force engineering installation squadrons from across the country concluded a week-long Engineering Installation Muster on Friday at the 178th Wing.The EI Muster provided airmen from the engineering installation

  • Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Flight

    The 121st Air Refueling Wing recognizes numerous employers through the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program April 18, 2024, at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base. In addition to receiving thanks and certificates, employers were taken aboard a KC-135 Stratotanker to view F-15 Eagles

  • 178th Wing Holds Change of Command Ceremony

    The 178th Wing held a Change of Command ceremony Sunday at the Springfield-Beckley Air National Guard Base to officially transfer leadership of the wing from outgoing commander, Col. Kent A. Kazmaier, to incoming commander, Col. Donald R. Braskett.

  • Operation Guide Wire Broadens 178th Airmen’s Skillsets

    Airmen from the 178th Mission Support Group worked together with members of the 123d Air Control Squadron and soldiers from 1st Battalion, 137th Aviation Regiment during Operation Guide Wire, an Agile Combat Employment exercise, at Springfield-Beckley Air National Guard Base and Wright-Patterson Air

  • 178th Wing Hosts Volunteer Blood Drive

    The 178th Wing hosted a volunteer blood drive with the 88th Medical Group from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base here April 5, for the Armed Services Blood Program.The Armed Services Blood Program provides servicemembers with access to affordable blood that can be used for medical purposes. This blood

  • 123rd Air Control Squadron Trains with NATO Partners

    Airmen assigned to the 178th Wing’s 123rd Air Control Squadron concluded a two-week combined training exercise Friday at the Blue Ash Air National Guard Station alongside seven service members from NATO allies Lithuania and Hungary.The training, which included air battle management, ground control

  • The 178th Wing Hosts Local Community Leaders

    More than 100 state officials, military leaders, and other community members gathered at Springfield-Beckley Air National Guard Base, Monday, for a presentation on the current capabilities and mission of the 178th Wing.During the event, special guests including Maj. Gen. John C. Harris Jr., Ohio

  • 178th Wing welcomes first MQ-9 Reaper for exercise, Advanced Wrath

    Airmen from the 178th Wing successfully land the first MQ-9 Reaper at Springfield-Beckley Air National Guard Base, Tuesday.The MQ-9 Reaper is a Remotely Piloted Aircraft renowned for its broad capabilities in intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions.

  • 178TH WING OUTSTANDING AIRMAN OF THE YEAR AWARDS CEREMONY 2023

    Wing leadership recognized six airmen as top performers during the 178th Wing Annual Outstanding Airmen of the Year award ceremony, December 2, 2023.Airmen are nominated for OAY based on their job performance in primary duty, leadership, followership and the whole airman concept. Nominations must

  • 123rd Air Control Squadron Trains with NATO Allies

    Airmen assigned to the 178th Wing’s 123rd Air Control Squadron hosted a two-week combined training exercise with eight service members from NATO allies Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Hungary.The training, which included air battle management, ground control intercept, large-force employment and