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Default Air Force Logo 136th Airlift Wing continues relief effort in Texas gulf areas
FORT WORTH, TX, UNITED STATES 09.04.2017 Story by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton 136th Airlift Wing/Public Affairs (Texas Air National Guard)
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. Texas Air National Guard wing transports 468 Hurricane Harvey evacuees
Hurricane Harvey has been named the most hazardous land-falling tropical cyclone in the continental U.S. The hurricane dropped more than 51 inches of water in a 6-day period, causing an estimated $75 billion in damages. In support of critical efforts to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey, members of the 181st Airlift Squadron with the 136th Airlift Wing, Texas Air National Guard, have been working around the clock to provide personnel, equipment and air support for evacuees in southern Texas.
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Default Air Force Logo 136th Airlift Wing Aids in Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort
FORT WORTH, TX, UNITED STATES08.29.2017Story by Senior Airman DeJon Williams 136th Airlift Wing/Public Affairs (Texas Air National Guard)  Members of the 136th Airlift Wing, Texas Air National Guard, stationed at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, were called to state active duty to support the relief efforts of Hurricane
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. 136th Airlift Wing mobilized for Hurricane Harvey
Members of the 136th Airlift Wing, Texas Air National Guard, stationed at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, were called to state active duty to support the relief efforts of Hurricane Harvey in southern Texas, Aug. 28. The wing deployed five C-130H2 Hercules aircraft to Galveston, Texas, with equipment and personnel to establish
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Default Air Force Logo Helping after Harvey: C-130 transport, evacuations
FORT WORTH, TX, UNITED STATES 09.03.2017 Story by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton 136th Airlift Wing/Public Affairs (Texas Air National Guard)
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Default Air Force Logo 136th Airlift Wing Continues Support During Hurricane Harvey
GALVESTON, TX, UNITED STATES 09.01.2017 Story by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton 136th Airlift Wing/Public Affairs (Texas Air National Guard)
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. Texas Air National Guardsmen enhance 136th communications capabilities
Members from the 272nd Engineering Installation Squadron, 147th Attack Wing, Ellington Field, Texas Air National Guard worked with 136th Communications Flight to assist in upgrading the communications facilities for the 136th Airlift Wing and the 136th Medical Group.
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Master Sgt. Matt Wittman, Band of the Southwest instrumentalist, plays the tuba during an outdoor performance at Posse Ground Park June 29 in Sedona, AZ. The band performed at ten venues during its 14-day summer tour through Arizona and New Mexico. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton) Air National Guard Band brings chords of the cosmos to Southwest
The Air National Guard Band of the Southwest contributes its musical talents to maintaining the morale and esprit de corps of the military, fostering community relations, and supporting the recruiting effort. To accomplish its mission, the Band of the Southwest, also known as the 531st Air Force Band, embarked on a 14-day summer tour to Arizona and
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Airmen with the Texas and Nebraska Air National Guard, Army National Guard and the Czech Air Force Pose for a photo March 22, 2017, at the 22nd Helicopter Air Base, Namest Nab Oslavou, Czech Republic. The services participated a maintenance exchange as part of the state partnership program between the Czech Republic, and the Texas and Nebraska National Guard units. (Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman De’Jon Williams) Texas, Nebraska ANG benefit from State Partnership Program
PRAGUE -- Airmen from Texas and Nebraska Air National Guard units partnered with the Czech Air Force to participate in a subject matter expert exchange of maintenance information March 20-23, 2017, at air bases in the Czech Republic.The maintenance exchange was part of a state partnership program between the Texas and Nebraska Air National Guards
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Staff Sgt. Michael J. Davis, a loadmaster with the 136th Mission Support Group, Texas Air National Guard, completes a pre flight inspection on a C-130H2 Hercules aircraft, Feb. 26, 2017 at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. Davis, along with other traditional Guardsmen, flew a max-fly effort that utilized only traditional Airmen. (Air Force photo by Senior Airman De'Jon Williams) Traditional Airmen given opportunity to showcase abilities
FORT WORTH, TEXAS – Traditional members of the Air National Guard live two lives. While serving both the federal and state mission in their chosen military capacity, guardsmen are also avid members of the local community holding full-time jobs or attending school. Typically, active guardsmen maintain day-to-day operations for the base and flight
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