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  • 151st ARW passes CI, found compliant and mission capable

    The Utah Air National Guard's 151st Air Refueling Wing passed the Compliance Inspection on March 2 with an overall grade of Satisfactory. However, a grade of satisfactory ranges widely on the percentile scale, between a 70 and 90 percent. The 151st ARW is not scheduled to receive their percentage results for a few more weeks. The 151st ARW
  • Diversity Council reaches out to community

    The Utah Air National Guard Diversity Council has recently started reaching out, attending events to encourage a strong working relationship between the ANG and the community. Members of the Diversity Council recently attended the Martin Luther King Commission hosted the Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Commission 25th Anniversary Celebration
  • Utah ANG KC-135 first plane to land at St. George airport

    With the sharp chirp of rubber meeting concrete, a Utah Air National Guard KC-135 Stratotanker marked history on Jan. 11, 2011, as the first aircraft to officially land at the new St. George, Utah airport. Landing two days before the official opening, the 151st Air Refueling Wing had been invited to bring their aircraft to the grand opening
  • The Unit Climate Assessment is out

    The Unit Climate Assessment is currently being conducted to help Utah Air National Guard leadership understand how Airmen feel about their organizations and jobs.This anonymous on-line survey is available to every Air Force member and can be completed on a military or home computer.To ensure members feel comfortable about providing candid feedback,
  • 151st SFS deploys to Iraq

    Approximately 33 Guardsmen from the Utah Air National Guard's 151st Security Forces Squadron departed for a six-month deployment to Iraq from the Salt Lake City International airport on February 3. During a time when most military units are withdrawing from the country, the 151st SFS is deploying to assist airbase defensive forces."I was there when
  • 151st ARW prepares for upcoming UCI

    The 151st Air Refueling Wing is scheduled to have its next Unit Compliance Inspection February 25 through March 2.In preparation for the upcoming inspection, units across the base have been verifying that their files are in order and that all of their unit members are prepared.Maj. Dan Boyack, the UCI Project Officer for the 151st, said that
  • The Utah ANG participates in counterdrug program at local schools

    As certified instructors of the Drug Demand Reduction program, eight members of the Utah Air National Guard's 169th Intelligence Squadron teach drug awareness to youth at local schools. The National Guard Bureau sponsors this counterdrug program in every state. "The Guard is involved because we're part of the community, and we have a concern for
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