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  • Citizen Airmen satisfy Texas-sized thirst

    After Winter Storm Uri, the 136th Airlift Wing assisted in delivering nearly 1,300 tons of bottled water statewide to communities without potable drinking water.
  • Enlisted leadership regards 136AW Citizen Airmen's input

    Chief Master Sgt. Michael Cornitius, Texas Military Department Command Senior Enlisted Leader, visited 136th Airlift Wing, Texas Air National Guard Airmen Nov. 14-15, 2020.
  • Of Grog and Battle

    A call went out to the masses - their presence is needed, as battle is near. Warriors gather in twos and threes until the full number arrive. The siren sounds. “ALARM RED! ALARM RED! Move it, combatants! Social hour is over; you’re on my time, now!” bellowed the Mister and Madam Vice. The 2020 136th Airlift Wing Combat Dining-In had begun. More than 200 Citizen Airmen participated in the combat dining-in February 22, 2020, at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas.
  • Connect to Lead: Innovation in the Air Force

    The Air Force encourages Airmen through education outlets and new technology companies to be catalysts for change by partnering with AFWERX. With this team, and the 136th Airlift Wing's new "Inno Room", Citizen Airmen can begin to implement change.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 136th Medical Group treats underserved communities

    Members of the 136th Medical Group are part of a joint effort to provide no-cost health-care services to residents in Eastern Kentucky June 15-24, 2018. The operation allows units from the Air National Guard and U.S. Navy Reserve to provide members valuable expeditionary training while serving a community with limited access to health-care services.
  • Finish strong: Besting the Best Warrior Competition

    The Texas Military Department Best Warrior Competition brought together 28 members of the Texas Army and Air National Guard as well as partner Czech Republic and Chilean service members. Texas Air National Guard Senior Airman Chase Barnett, 136th Security Forces Squadron member, was one of those participants who conquered the grueling four-day event Feb. 28 - March 3, 2018 at Camp Swift near Bastrop, Texas.
  • Sole female competitor battles for "best warrior"

    Of the more than 3,200 Airmen currently serving in the Texas Air National Guard, only eight were selected to compete at Camp Swift as part of the 2018 Texas Military Department Best Warrior Competition. Among the selectees, Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Brown, 273rd Cyber Operations Squadron education and training specialist, Texas Air National Guard, stood out from her peers chosen to participate. Not just for her skill and abilities in qualifying to represent her unit, but also as the only female competitor overall.
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