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167th Airlift Wing Save Our Shoppette logo Base Shoppette to remain open for now
The 167th Airlift Wing Shoppette opened for business 34 years ago and will stay open, for now.The Army and Air Force Exchange Service, the entity that operates the on-base shoppette, initially planned to close down the store Feb. 1, but the decision was delayed. As a result, the 167th wing leadership initiated the ongoing 'S.O.S.- Save our
0 3/05
2014
The 167th Civil Engineering Squadron has a variety of vehicles and equipment to clear snow from the base roads, parking areas, runway, taxiways and aircraft ramp. (Air National Guard photo by 2nd Lt. Stacy Gault/Released) Snow doesn’t slow wing’s civil engineering squadron
Keep the shovels at the ready.Punxsutawney Phil spotted his shadow Feb. 2 forecasting six more weeks of winter.News perhaps not relished by many already weary of this winter's snowy mix.But it's business as usual for the wing's civil engineering squadron. While some assigned to the 167th Airlift Wing may still be snug in their warm beds during the
0 3/05
2014
Maj. Gen. James A. Hoyer, Adjutant Generla of West Virginia, presents the James Kemp McLaughlin trophy, awarded to West Virginia's top airman, to Master Sgt. David Martens during an awards ceremony for the Wing's Outstanding Airmen of the Year, March 1. (Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael Dickson/Released) 167th Airman soars to the top in West Virginia, Virginia Air National Guards
Master Sgt. David A. Martens, a loadmaster instructor with the 167th Airlift Wing, was named West Virginia Air National Guard's top Airman of the Year during a ceremony at the base in Martinsburg Saturday, March 1.It's an honor the Inwood, W.Va., resident is very familiar with.While assigned to the Virginia Air National Guard's 192nd Fighter Wing
0 3/05
2014
Marie Hotaling,wife of Chief Master Sgt. James Hotaling, Command Chief of the
Air National Guard and Rebecca Clarke, wife of Air National Guard Director Lt. Gen.
Stanley Clarke, speaks to the 167th Airlift Wing Care Team during their visit to the
unit, Jan. 31. The trip was geared toward identifying challenges facing Airmen and
their families. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Emily Beightol-Deyerle) Spouses of ANG leadership launch base tour to improve programs for Airmen
Airmen and their families are consistently faced with challenges outside of their job and the services to help with those challenges are not only a priority with Air National Guard leadership, but also their spouses. Rebecca Clarke, wife of Air National Guard Director Lt. Gen. Stanley Clarke and Marie Hotaling, wife of Chief Master Sgt. James
0 2/04
2014
Master Sgt. Gary Fletcher and Master Sgt. Marty Snyder assisted Kanawha County officials and other military personnel with more than 1600 site inspections following the chemical spill that contaminated the Charleston area’s water supply. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Emily Beightol-Deyerle) Airmen assist with sanitation inspections after water contamination
Two airmen from the 167th Airlift Wing's Medical Group assisted the Kanawha County Health Department with facility sanitation inspections in mid-January after the water system was contaminated with a chemical used to wash impurities from coal.Master Sgt. Marty Snyder, a public health technician, and Master Sgt. Gary Fletcher, a bio-environmental
0 2/04
2014
Airmen from the 167th Airlift Wing helped transport more than 60,000 pounds of donated supplies to Charleston, W.Va. for the 300,000 people left without drinking water in southern West Virginia. (Air National Guard photo by 2nd Lt. Stacy Gault) 167th partners with community to help W.Va. residents without water
Airmen from the 167th Airlift Wing helped transport more than 60,000 pounds of donated supplies to Charleston, W.Va. for the 300,000 people left without drinking water in southern West Virginia. State Sen. John Unger, who represents Berkeley and Jefferson counties, initiated the drive and enlisted the help from several community members and
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2014
Col. Shaun Perkowski, 167th Airlift Wing commander, administers the oath of office to Col. David V. Cochran, wing vice commander, during Cochran's promotion ceremony, Nov. 15 at the 167th Airlift Wing. Both colonels began their careers in 1985 at the United States Air Force Academy. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Emily Beightol-Deyerle) New wing leaders' roots stem from same place
In July 1985, two young men reported to the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Co. They had no idea idea that decades later the Air Force would bring them back together.Although their paths never crossed as cadets, 28 years later they've teamed upto lead a wing together through changes and into a new era.Col. Shaun Perkowski,
0 12/09
2013
The Crisis Action Team (CAT) guides the 167th Airlift Wing's response to incidents during the readiness exercise New Horizon, Nov. 19 at the Martinsburg, W.Va. base. The CAT is comprised of senior leaders who make decisions based on information provided to them by the wing’s emergency operation center. (Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael Dickson) Updated Inspection System Implemented at Wing
Another successful Operational Readiness Exercise was completed by the members of the 167th Airlift Wing .Although this time around was a little different.Rather than deploying to one of the training bases such as Volk Field, Wis. or Gulfport, Miss., during the mid-November exercise, units are practicing at their home station. Not only is it a
0 12/09
2013
Maj. Douglas Dickson, NGBA3MS, fields questions at the Site Action Task Force outbrief Oct. 31. Dickson worked with the operations group during the SATAF to determine action items for the unit's converison to C-17 aircraft (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Emily Beightol-Deyerle) SATAF assists wing in conversion from C-5 Galaxy aircraft to C-17 Globemaster
A site action task force, or SATAF, convened here Oct. 29-31 to determine areas that will need to be addressed as the unit converts from the C-5 Galaxy aircraft to the C-17 Globemaster. It was announced in February 2012 that the 167th Airlift Wing would receive eight C-17s to replace its current fleet of 11 C-5s. One of many aircraft changes
0 11/18
2013
Airmen take advantage of the new fitness room located in building 119 at the 167th Airlfit Wing. The facility has more room than the previous fitness area and new equipment has been added. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Emily Beightol-Deyerle) Wing opens new fitness room
The 167th Airlift Wing opened its new, on-base fitness room on Oct. 28. A fitness area had temporarily been located across from its current home, building 119, while the building was undergoing renovations.The fitness room includes new and updated equipment along with a more spacious layout, said Senior Master Sgt. Jason Meacham, the base services
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