HomeNews

News Search

  • Jet bound for Point Mugu crashes in Ventura County; one dead

    At least one person is dead after a fighter jet used for training and bound for the Point Mugu Naval Air Station crashed in Ventura County, a county fire spokesman said.Ventura County Fire spokesman Steve Swindle said the Hawker Hunter trainer jet went down near Hueneme and Potrero roads, not far from Cal State Channel Islands in Camarillo.He said
  • May Commander's View

    All,I hope the May drill finds everyone well and ready for final inspection preparations. Yesterday we had an all hands meeting and every organization briefed the status of their inspection checklists, including any problem areas. This gave the senior leadership and everyone in the wing the eyes on how we are prepared going into the comprehensive
  • May's Post its, Promotions and News Picks

    Please check our public webpage as well as our Facebook for more stories and photos to come soon! Also look for another Commander's View coming shortly! Here is the latest information and news you need to know from the 146th! Welcome our newest Airmen of the 146th! 2nd Lieutenant Curtis Charles Byrd- 115th Airlift Squadron Senior Airman Steven A.
  • April Commander's View

    All,      I returned on March 17 from the four month deployment as the Deputy Director of Mobility Forces at Al Udeid AB and can say truthfully, I'm very happy to be back. I did learn a lot on this deployment and made several good contacts with the active duty commanders at TACC, 18 AF and AMC. I worked in the Combined Air/Space Operations Center
  • April's post-its, promotions and news picks

    Here is the latest information and names that you need to know for this month! Be sure to check out all the new stories and photos on our website as well as our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/146thAirliftWingWelcome our newest Airmen of the 146th! 2nd Lt. Christopher Cole Hicks- 115th Airlift SquadronCapt. Reba Johanna Villanueva- 146th
  • Air National Guard firefighting planes could be in demand this season

    For Air National Guard pilots, firefighting missions are among the most challenging, dangerous and sought-after assignments around. And this year, those who make the cut could be busier than ever. The U.S. Forest Service last year lost about 40 percent of the commercial air tankers it deployed to fight fires, and this year's unusually dry winter
  • OAY 2012 goes to Hollywood

    This year's Outstanding Airman of the Year Awards Banquet was an elegant occasion hosted by the 146th's Airlift Wing, whose roots and history have earned them the nickname of the "Hollywood Guard". So it was very appropriate that the event took place in the hills of Hollywood at the Sheraton Universal in Universal City on Jan. 21, 2012.Themed with
  • MAFFS annual certification and training commences

    The 146th Airlift Wing and the U.S. Forest Service will conduct annual training and certification for MAFFS (Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System) March 5-8 at Channel Islands Air National Guard Station in Port Hueneme. More than 100 personnel from both agencies will come together to accomplish the weeklong training sponsored by the U.S. Forest
  • March' s Post-its, Promotions and News Picks!

    Here is the latest information and names that you need to know for this month! Be sure to check out all the stories and latest photos on our website as well as our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/146thAirliftWingWelcome our newest Airmen of the 146th! 1st Lieutenant Rebecca Nissan-- Aeromedical Evac SquadronSenior Airman Mario
  • February's post-its, promotions and news picks

    Here is the latest information and names that you need to know for this month! Be sure to check out all the new stories and photos on our website as well as our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/146thAirliftWingWelcome our newest Airmen of the 146th! Captain Tony Montes- 146th Maintenance Squadron Senior Airman Nojin Ian Park- 146th
RSS