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  • Breaking Ground

    The 165th Airlift Wing, Georgia Air National Guard, held a ground breaking ceremony on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017 at the Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport. The ceremony celebrated the construction of the unit’s new Squadron Operation Building as well as the completion of the unit’s new ramp

  • 117th ACS Change of Command

    On June 10th, 2016 the 117th Air Control Squadron conducted a change of command ceremony at Hunter Army Airfield.Lt. Col. Ronald Speir relinquished command of the 117th ACS to move onto serve as the director or personnel for the Georgia National Guard Joint Force Headquarters in Marietta, Ga. Speir

  • 165th AW conducts water survival training

    Aircrew members from the 165th Airlift Wing, Savannah Air National Guard Base, Ga. participated in water-survival training at Hunter Army Airfield indoor swimming facilities, practicing skills that could one day save their lives.  The training is led and conducted by Master Sgt. Jorge Chavez and his

  • Sentry Savannah - Because losing is not an option

    Imagine the world's best fighter jets and fighter pilots duking it out, roaring over the Atlantic Oceanjust off of Georgia's coast. Teams of Red Air and Blue Air fight to the death to meet a specific objective andaccomplish the mission.That is exactly the training the Air Dominance Center at the

  • 165th AW gets Hercules Upgrades

    The 165th Airlift Wing, Georgia Air National Guard received the first of eight C-130 Hercules upgrades Oct. 15, 2015.The 165th AW will be replacing the C-130H2s to the C-130H2.5 and C-130H3 which are approximately fifteen years newer. The newer aircraft are expected to replace the current fleet

  • Airmen from the 224 JCSS return from Operation Enduring Freedom/New Dawn

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 224th Joint Communications Support Squadron, Georgia Air National Guard returned to Brunswick after six months of providing critical communication support to various missions in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility.The 224 JCSS is aligned to the Joint

  • 117th Air Control Squadron members train at Warner-Robins

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 117th Air Control Squadron, Georgia Air National Guard trained at the 116th Air Control Wing for three days during February. 117ACS Airmen attended mission planning and intelligence briefs during the first day of training.On the second day of training, they toured an