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  • The lasting legacy of Command Chief Betty L. G. Morgan

    Having one “first to achieve” accomplishment is not easy to obtain - but having four is remarkable. Retired Command Chief Master Sgt. Betty L. G. Morgan made history for the Georgia Air National Guard in April 1997 when she became the first African-American, and the first female command chief for the165th Airlift Wing, Savannah, Ga. Then again, in January 2003, she became the first African-American and first female command chief for the Georgia Air National Guard, Marietta, Ga.
  • Savannah Airman takes on Italy

    “From a young age, I’ve been fascinated by and have had a love for airplanes and flying,” said Senior Airman Drew Roberts. “When I graduated from high school I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do, but one day I drove past the flight line on base and thought it would be cool to serve in the military. As a result, I pursued joining and learning more