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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.

  • Total Force Integration through communication

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 178th Wing Communications Flight, Ohio Air National Guard, came to Tyndall AirForce Base to assist the 325th Communications Squadron with restoring vital base communications infrastructureand services from June 3-20, 2019.

  • 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 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.

  • 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

  • Therapy pet visits 178th Wing

    Members of the 178th Wing visit with Gouda, a certified volunteer therapy pet, as part of the Animal Assisted Activities Program at the Springfield Air National Guard Base in Ohio, July 11, 2018.

  • 178th Airmen team up with State Patrol for flood relief mission

    Soggy fields of farmland stretched for miles in the flood-ravished region of Southern Ohio. Staff Sgt. John, an analyst with the 178th Wing Incident Awareness and Assessment Team, identified locations that had been impacted by the near historic flood waters, as he flew hundreds of feet above the

  • 178th Civil Engineering Squadron hard at work against winter weather

    With winter in full effect, severe weather and storms are always a high possibility. Luckily, with the hard work and dedication of the 178th Civil Engineering Squadron, base personnel do not have to worry about roads and sidewalks being hazardous. Due to the small size of 178th CES, state