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  • 178th Airman wins first place in fitness competition

    SPRINGFIELD BECKLEY AIR GUARD BASE—Fitness is an important part of an Airman’s career and everyday life. Every year Airmen must complete a physical training test. In order to do well on this test, many Airmen focus on fitness year-round.
  • Motherhood in the military

    Senior Airman Patrice Brown, a member with the 178th Force Support Squadron, throws her daughter, Zoe, in the air and catches her.
  • 178th Civil Engineering Squadron earns prestigious award

    The 178th Civil Engineering Squadron earned the 2018 Maj. Gen. Edward Mechenbier Exceptional Unit Trophy, Nov. 3, during the military ball in Springfield, Ohio.
  • 178th Airmen help save a falcon

    Airmen at the 178th Wing discovered a peregrine falcon Sept. 5 that was migrating south for the winter. The falcon had sustained injuries that inhibited his ability to fly.
  • 124th Intelligence Squadron trains in Hawaii

    Airmen with the 124th Intelligence Squadron and the 178th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group commander support staff, participated in the squadron’s first deployed annual training at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii.
  • 178th Security Forces partners with local sheriff's department

    Two members assigned to the 178th Security Forces Squadron partnered with the Clark County Sheriff’s Department in order to teach active shooter training to teachers on Oct. 19, 2018 at Easton Dayton Christian School in Dayton, Ohio.
  • 178th Airmen support Clear Sky 2018

    Five Airmen with the 178th Wing Operations Group temporarily deployed to Mirosławiec Air Base, Poland to support Clear Sky 2018 (CS-18), Oct. 8-19.CS-18 is a United States Air Forces in Europe sponsored training exercise hosted by the Ukrainian air force. It focuses on command and control, air sovereignty, air mobility, personnel recovery,
  • 178th Wing assists with relief efforts for storm-ravaged states

    Airmen with the 178th Wing Incident Awareness and Assessment team provide support for states affected by tropical storm Florence at Springfield Air National Guard Base, Sept. 14-20.
  • Honor Guard showcases Air Force heritage, tradition

    The 178th Wing Honor Guard ceremoniously performs Air Force drill routines at community events and funerals. The Honor Guard’s drill performances serves to honor veterans, service members, and showcase Air Force traditions.
  • 251st CEIG recognized for historic contributions

    The 251st Cyberspace Engineering Installation Group, the 220th Engineering Installation Squadron, and the total force, United States Air Force engineering installation community were recognized for their hard work and accomplishments, August 6, at the U.S. Strategic Command, Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska. Over the past five years, the
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