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  • 146th AW Airman Supports Operations in Antarctica

    Master Sgt. Nicole Wagoner, 146th Airlift Wing safety manager, recently served as an augmentee with the 109th Airlift Wing during their annual support to the National Science Foundation (NSF) in Antarctica.The 109th AW plays a critical role in supporting NSF annually by providing the use of the LC-130 Hercules aircraft that is ski-equipped. The
  • 146th Dining Facility Shows Off New Amenities

    It was 1989 when the 146th Airlift Wing first opened its gates to what was then the newest "state-of-the-art" facility in California. Almost 30 years later now the wing's dining facility, affectionately known as the Channel Islands Café, has just undergone a much-needed facelift.Members of the Force Support Squadron held a small ribbon cutting
  • Land of the Rising Sun Provides Training for 146th Airlift Wing

    While traveling to the Land of the Rising Sun, members of the 146th Airlift Wing's Aerial Port Squadron, Communications Flight, Operations Support Squadron, and Logistics Readiness Squadron were fittingly greeted by a spectacular Spring Equinox Blood Moon, complete with a lunar eclipse.  This would prove to be a sign of good things to come for
  • 146AW supports 554 Red Horse Civil Engineers

    Members of the 146th Airlift Wing from the Civil Engineering, Force Support and Security Forces Squadrons traveled to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam in support of the 554th Red Horse Civil Engineer Squadron Jan. 25, 2015.In this multi-squadron partnership, the 146th supported the 554th's construction efforts for a three-week period. Projects
  • 146th Airlift Wing Conducts Airtanker Firefighting Training

    Media outlets from Ventura and Los Angeles flocked to the 146th April 15, 2015 to get a behind-the-scenes look at the seamless interagency training preparing for the impending fire season. Below is a story written by local Ventura County reporter John Scheibe.California Air National Guard shows off firefighting capabilitiesPOINT MUGU, Calif. - A
  • Civil Engineers' Work in Guam Draws to a Close

    Another great work week and we are ready to head back to the golden state! I know lots of members have been missing their loved ones. I can't wait to get home and be greeted by the best smile in the world, from my dog. I definitely miss my dog. There was a lot to achieve this week and I witnessed many people stepping up to get it done.Senior Airman
  • Guam proves productive for 146th Civil Engineers

    A weekend filled with adventure on the Island of Guam!I talked to a few different people to figure out where everyone went this weekend. A big group explored Marbo cave, a freshwater cave that is good to swim in with crystal clear water. Just don't forget a flashlight and come prepared for a short hike to get there!A few of the members have their
  • Week One on Guam a Success

    The first work week here at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam is complete for the members traveling on TDY from the 146th Airlift Wing.Here's an overview of what all has been going on: HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning/ refrigeration), plumbing, electrical and structures all fall under the Civil Engineering Squadron and are working towards