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Default Air Force Logo Utah students walk a mile in Guardsmen's shoes at 51st Annual Freedom Academy
From across the entire state of Utah, 89 high school seniors gathered to attend the 51st Annual Freedom Academy, hosted by the Utah National Guard, at Camp Williams July 29 to August 3. Freedom Academy's purpose is twofold: teach leadership skills to inspire students to become future community leaders, and promote patriotism by exposing students to
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2012
Air Force KC-135 E-model aircraft, tail number 0327, is recieved by 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group personeel at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base on April 24. The 50-year-old aircraft was delivered to the group for long-term storage at the 2,600-acre facility after serving the 151st Air Refueling Wing, Utah Air National Guard for more than 20 years. The 309th AMARG is a one-of-a-kind specialized facility within the Air Force Materiel Command's 309th Maintenance Wing at Hill AFB, Utah. The 309th AMARG provides critical aerospace maintenance and regeneration capabilities for Joint and Allied/Coalition warfighters in support of global operations and agile combat support for a wide range of military operations. U.S. Air Force photo by: Master Sgt. Burke Baker Parting is such sweet sorrow
The all too familiar gray shape appeared on the desert horizon, with its four Pratt and Whitney TF-33-PW-102 engines trailing their telltale exhaust plumes. One of only two remaining KC-135 "E" model Stratotanker aircraft in the Utah Air National Guard was officially delivered to its final resting place at the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and
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2008
Chaplain Greg Clark talks about his new position as a 151st Air Refueling Wing and Utah Air National Guard chaplain on April 13 at the Utah ANG Base.
U.S. Air Force photo by:  Staff Sgt. Emily Monson New chaplain offers thoughts in Q&A
Maj. Greg Clark has flown as a pilot with the Utah Air National Guard in the past, but his return marks a bit different flight path with his acceptance of a chaplain position. Major Clark took a few moments out of his day to talk about himself and why he chose his new AFSC. Q: First off, tell me a little bit about yourself. A: For the first 10
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2008
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