• Utah Airmen Participate in Dining-Out

    Airmen from the 151st Air Refueling Wing, tenant organizations and Utah State Headquarters got decked out in their best uniforms to take part in an evening of socializing and sending their fellow co-workers to the grog May 9 during the Utah Air National Guard's long-awaited dining-out. Approximately 150 Airmen and guests attended the event hosted
  • Civil Engineers Head Out

    Approximately 26 Airmen from the 151st Civil Engineering Squadron headed downrange May 3 as part of their Air Expeditionary Force (AEF) rotation.  The unit will be deployed as part of the 9th Air Expeditionary Group in Kuwait. "Our wartime tasking is everything from beddown to generating electricity, to maintaining fuel farms for generating
  • Blue Angel Time

  • Utah ANG to hold Dining Out

    Brig. Gen. David M. Hooper, Assistant Adjutant General for Air, and the Utah Air National Guard Top 3 will host a dining-out for all ANG members on May 9, 2008 at 6 p.m. at Club Hill at Hill Air Force Base with Col. (retired) Reece Stein as the keynote speaker. The dining-in and dining-out represent one of the most formal aspects of Air Force
  • Wing public website to debut soon

    Beginning in May 2008, the 151st Air Refueling Wing's historic Salty Guard Flyer will make its evolution into the 21st century by transitioning to a digital format. With a vast majority of Air Force publications like newspapers and flyers migrating to the web, the 151st ARW will finally have the capability to provide its Airmen, families and public
  • ANG sends off Army Guard units

    Over the past few weeks, more than 500 Soldiers from the Utah National Guard departed from the Utah Air National Guard Base en route to locations in Afghanistan and Kuwait. Soldiers from the 142nd and 141st Military Intelligence Battalions (Linguist) and the 2nd Battalion, 211th Army Aviation Regiment, departed on Feb. 20 and 26, 2008 for their
  • Volunteers sought for bowling tournament

    The Utah Air National Guard Bowling Association is in the process of searching for motivated ANG members, family and friends to volunteer for the 2010 ANG Bowling Tournament that will be held in Salt Lake City. Volunteers will be helping to create a memorable experience for people from all around the USA who come to participate in the
  • Wing earns 'Satisfactory' on ORI

    Members of the 151st Air Refueling Wing, Utah Air National Guard, were presented a special Valentine's Day gift on Feb. 14 as inspectors from Headquarters Air Mobility Command announced the wing's receipt of a "Satisfactory" passing grade on their Operational Readiness Inspection. Airmen blew party horns and cheered as the results were announced