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  • Ohio National Guard Airman receives Ohio Cross

    Ohio’s Lt. Governor Jon Husted awarded the Ohio Cross to U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Ryan K. Tucker, the operations compliance superintendent at the 178th Wing, during the Ohio National Guard’s Joint Senior Leaders Conference Feb. 14, 2020 in Columbus, Ohio.
  • 178th Wing works toward its maximum potential

    Two consultants from Maximum Potential, a local business associated with Clark State Community College, arrived at the Ohio National Guard’s 178th Wing to participate in a collaborative initiative with Airmen Aug. 1 in Springfield, Ohio.
  • Congressman visits 178th Wing

    Congressman Warren Davidson, U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 8th district, visited the 178th Wing July 30 to learn about the mission and meet with Airmen.
  • National Guard relocates Alaskan village

    Williams assisted in relocating the Newtok village to Mertarvik, Alaska, June 10-19, by cooking meals for individuals working on site, coordinating incoming aircraft filled with supplies, conducting inventories, and placing food orders on a restricted budget.
  • 124th Intelligence Squadron restores natural habitat

    Forty-nine Airmen with the 124th Intelligence Squadron (IS) helped restore the park to its natural beauty during annual training June 13 at Fort Gordon, Georgia.
  • Community Day builds bonds, boosts local support

    Community leaders and local organizations attended the Community Day event hosted by the 178th Wing, June 18, at Springfield-Beckley Air National Guard Base in Springfield, Ohio.
  • 178th defender teaches self-defense to women in Serbia

    A member from the 178th Wing travelled to Vranje, Serbia to teach basic combative techniques and self-defense to women in the local area from March 2-9.
  • 178th Airmen gain swift water rescue skills

    Airmen with the 178th Civil Engineering Squadron participated in a four-day swift water rescue course, May 14-17 at different waterfront locations throughout Ohio.
  • Brothers in arms

    Although both brothers began their careers in different units, their paths eventually brought them back together to the 178th Wing where they continue to push one another and make a positive impact in their work centers.
  • 178th Security Forces ramps up readiness

    Seven members with the 178th Wing participated in the 178th Security Forces Squadron augmentee training program, March 1 at Springfield-Beckley Air National Guard Base in Springfield, Ohio.