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  • Citizen Airmen Hold Candlelit Vigil

    The 136th Airlift Wing holds a candlelit vigil for fallen Chilean State Partners on December 19, 2019, at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas. The event was held to honor those lost in the C-130 crash December 9, 2019, that occurred in the Drake Passage while en route to a Chilean military base on King George Island in
  • Air Force announces Spark Tank 2020 selectees

    The Air Force has selected six more ideas to be shared directly with Air Force senior leaders at the Air Force Association’s Air Warfare Symposium, February 28, 2020, in Orlando, Florida. These are their ideas and links to their innovations.
  • TXANG Aggies fly over Kyle Field

    The C-130H Hercules flies over Kyle Field November 2, 2019, in College Station, Texas, just before the Texas A&M University football game against University of San Antonio. Nearly all of the flight crew were graduates of the university, founded in 1876, ranging from Class of 1988 to 2011. (Photo courtesy of TAMU Instagram page)
  • Airman weathers storm with resiliency

    Staff Sgt. De'Jon Williams tells his story of the hope you can hold on to when hitting rock bottom.
  • DOD Secure Access File Exchange achieves initial operating capability

    DOD SAFE replaces previous Safe Access File Exchange server, AMRDEC.
  • Lights Out, Take Off!

    It’s pitch black. The sun has set, and the lights are out on the flight line July 17, 2019, at Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Wis. Only a few dim lights shine around a C-130 Hercules as the crew prepare for takeoff. While aircrew don night vision equipment, two Airmen move quickly down the runway to lay out the mobile Phantom Lighting kit.
  • Citizen Airmen Reach Academic Goal

    Twenty-nine 136th Airlift Wing Airmen walked the stage to receive their Community College of the Air Force degrees May 19, 2019, at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas.
  • 136 SF gains operational experience at Ramstein

    The Texas Air National Guard Security Forces Airmen gain real-world experience at one of the largest and busiest U.S. Air Force installations in the world.
  • Father’s service inspires sons to follow AF footsteps

    Staff Sgt. Thomas Criger, Jr., 136th Force Support Squadron food services technician, and Staff Sgt. Calvin Criger, 136th Communications Flight network specialist, said they knew from an early age they wanted to follow their father into volunteer service to support their state and country.
  • Monument rededicated to Texas Citizen Airmen

    The 136th Communications Squadron’s Infrastructure NCOIC, Master Sgt. Patrick O’Conner, studies new placards on the 136th Airlift Wing’s Monument of Honor May 22, 2019, following a rededication ceremony at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas.