• 151st MXG crew chiefs train with active duty counterparts on F-35 Lightning II

    Six crew chiefs and two production members with the 151st Maintenance Group trained alongside their active duty counterparts from Hill Air Force Base, Utah on F-35 Lightning II recovery procedures on June 9 here at Roland R. Wright Air National Guard Base. Training with the F-35, Hill AFB’s newest aircraft, is important for the Air Guard crew
  • UTANG Wingman Day focuses on family readiness, providing resources

    More than 1,000 Airmen and their family members participated in the Utah Air National Guard’s annual Wingman Day at Roland R. Wright Air National Guard Base here on June 10, 2017. This year’s event was focused around the theme “Are you ready? We’re ready”, which was aimed at highlighting the importance of family readiness. “The [theme] is a great
  • Exercise African Lion 17 provides crucial medical care for Moroccan communities

    More than 60 members of the Utah and Colorado National Guard and Air Force Reserve worked in conjunction with an equal number of Moroccan counterparts as well as health providers from the U.S. Embassy in Rabat to provide humanitarian assistance in rural areas as part of Exercise African Lion 17, April 16-29. Airmen conducted six clinics bringing
  • 435th CTS, ANG Airmen practice search and rescue

    Staff Sgt. Shane Sexton, 185th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, lies in a gurney as he plays the role of a casualty during a Silver Flag exercise on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, May 10, 2017. Airmen from various Air National Guard units gathered on Ramstein to participate in Silver Flag, which is a contingency readiness exercise held at several
  • In historic first, Utah Airman wins state Best Warrior Competition

    Airman 1st Class Kelley Barney, a member of the 151st Security Forces Squadron, earned the title of the Utah National Guard’s Best Warrior in the junior enlisted category after winning a grueling three-day competition at Camp Williams, Utah, April 7-9. This was the first year the event, held annually by the Utah Army National Guard to determine the
  • Utah Air Guard establishes new intel unit

    The Utah Air National Guard recognized the stand up of a new unit, the 151st Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group, with a ribbon cutting ceremony at Roland R. Wright Air National Guard base here on March 4, 2017. The 151st ISRG, an expansion of the 169th Intelligence Squadron, will provide remote processing, exploitation, and
  • Utah Air Guard conducts crucial aeromedical evacuation mission in Pacific

    A Utah Air National Guard KC-135R Stratotanker and a six-person crew from the 151st Air Refueling Wing transported three patients to the U.S. from the Pacific theater to receive critical medical care during an aeromedical evacuation mission Feb. 18-25.After leaving Roland R. Wright Air National Guard Base, the Utah crew, consisting of two pilots, a
  • UTANG recognizes 2016 Airman of the Year winners

    More than 30 Airmen from the Utah Air National Guard were recognized for outstanding achievement during 2016, at the Airman of the Year Banquet held Jan. 21, at the Utah Cultural Center in West Valley, Utah. Retired Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Gerald R. Murray addressed the group of nearly 230 military and civilian guests at the
  • Utah Airmen among National Guard forces supporting 2017 Presidential Inauguration

    Six members of the Utah Air National Guard's 151st Communications Flight provided support for the 58th Presidential Inauguration in Washington D.C., Jan. 15-22.The Airmen deployed their mobile Joint Incident Site Communication Capabilities (JISCC) package that enabled communications between support agencies, including military personnel and civil
  • Utah Air Guard CERFP conducts joint training exercises

    November kicked off two major training events for the 151st Medical Detachment-1, the medical portion of the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Enhanced Response Force Package, a joint Utah Army and Air National Guard team that responds to mass-casualty events and provides search and extraction, decontamination, medical treatment and