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  • 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.
  • Summer – A time to enjoy family, friends, and practice good risk management

    As Airmen approach and plan for summer activities, leadership at all levels should take the time to discuss risk management and highlight hazards Airmen may encounter during the upcoming months. The Air Force’s top three leaders began that conversation in a tri-signature memorandum recently sent to all Airmen.
  • Texas Air Guard concludes Aviation Rotation 19.1 in Poland

    During Aviation Rotation 19.1, in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve, 136th Airlift Wing Airmen strengthened capabilities between U.S. and NATO allies through participation in strategic joint force operations and training to enhance partner interoperability and maintain combined readiness.
  • New mobile app enables, engages, empowers Airmen

    The Air Force now has an enterprise-wide mobile app designed to provide Airmen with streamlined access to information they need for their lives and careers.
  • Command Chief blazes her own trail

    Women’s History Month recognizes and celebrates these trailblazers like Chief Master Sgt. LaTasha Mitchell who made history when she assumed responsibilities of this position during a ceremony February 23, 2019.
  • Daughters inherit mother’s love of service

    For the Menkens, military service is now a family business. Growing up in a large family with limited options for a college education, Lisa was the first woman in her family to serve in the military. Though she wasn’t pushed toward the military, she looked to her father’s time in service, and her decision was easily made.
  • 136AW’s best warrior is driven by inspiration

    Porter says he has always loved competition, especially when it comes to endurance-based sports like running. So it was a no-brainer that he would excel at in the Best Warrior Competition.
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