• President honors Utah Air Guardsman and others at White House dinner

    Master Sgt. Kevin Bullivant, a member of the 151st Civil Engineer Squadron, was one of two Air National Guardsmen from across the country invited to attend a White House dinner hosted by President and Mrs. Obama on February 29. The event, entitled "A Nation's Gratitude Dinner," was held to recognize the significant contributions of the men and
  • Airman Spotlight: 151 CF's SMSgt Cody Mosher

    Name: Senior Master Sgt. Cody MosherUnit and Job title: 151st Communications Flight Quality Assurance Hometown: KaysvilleQ: Why did you join the Air National Guard?A: My father was in the Guard, and it helped pay for college.Q: Do you have a civilian job? If so, what is it?A: I'm a systems specialist for the Federal Aviation Administration. I
  • 151st ARW's website places third in 2011 NGB Media Contest

    The 151st Air Refueling Wing's website recently took third place in the 2011 National Guard Bureau's Media Contest. The 151st ARW website was created in 2008 by the wing's public affairs office, and was one of the first official ANG websites created through the new Air Force Public Information Management System, also known as AFPIMS. AFPIMS has
  • Military invited to free conference

    A special event for military members and families will be held at the end of this year's Generations Conference. The conference, held at the Salt Palace Convention Center March 28-30, is an annual counseling training hosted by ESI Management Group. The Utah Veterans and Families Summit, held March 30, concluding the event, will have classes and
  • New Professional Development Classes Underway

    The Utah Air National Guard is currently hosting a new series of professional force development classes for all base members. The classes were started as a way to further development the skills needed to enhance the careers of today's Airmen and will be held quarterly on base. The series was started by Senior Master Sgt. Burke Baker, 151st Air
  • Former Wing Commander retires after 32 years

    Col. Kelvin G. Findlay, former 151 Air Refueling Wing commander and Chief of Staff for the Air National Guard, retired January 7, after 32 years of service in the ANG.Findlay joined the ANG in 1979, completing the Air National Guard's Academy of Military Science, then going on to becoming a pilot through Undergraduate Pilot Training at Reese Air