HomeNews

News Search

  • Two 178th Airmen win General John P. Jumper Award

    Two Airmen assigned to the 178th Wing are representing the Air National Guard to compete for the FY18 General John P. Jumper Award for Excellence in Warfighting Integration at the Air Force level.
  • 251st CEIG wins General McClelland Award

    The 251st Cyberspace Engineering Installation Group won the 2018 Lieutenant General Harold M. McClelland Award for their commitment and dedication in handling cyberspace operations and supporting missions.
  • 178th Airman rescues car accident victims, earns medal

    A panic-stricken driver emerged from her minivan as downed power lines lay around her vehicle. U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Kenneth Sigler, a member with the 178th Wing, had been following behind her. He quickly approached the scene to provide assistance after witnessing the van take a sharp curve in the road too quickly. It cartwheeled into the air and landed on its roof, with four victims trapped inside.
  • 123rd ACS partners with NATO nations

    SPRINGFIELD BECKLEY AIR GUARD BASE—Four Airmen assigned to the 123rd Air Control Squadron participated in the exercise Lion Effort 2018 Sept. 24-28 in Veszprem, Hungary.
  • 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.
RSS