• Utah’s 151st Maintenance Group wins ANG Outstanding Unit Award

    The 151st Maintenance Group was awarded the Air Force Association 2015 Air National Guard Outstanding Unit Award at a ceremony in National Harbor, Md. on Sept. 14.The award, which covered achievements from Jan. 1- Dec. 31, 2014, recognized the unit for exceptionally meritorious service, and cited their dedication, work ethic, and sound maintenance
  • Utah National Guard leaders attend historical Utah War presentation at Camp Floyd

    More than sixty members of Utah Army and Air National Guard staff and senior leadership, including Maj. Gen. Jefferson Burton, the Adjutant General of the Utah National Guard, attended a historical presentation about the Utah War at Camp Floyd State Park on Aug. 22.The trip to Camp Floyd was the 2015 Adjutant General's staff ride, an annual event
  • Utah ANG participates in multi-agency medevac training

    Several Utah Air National Guardsmen with the 151st Medical Group's Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package, or CERFP, participated in a multi-agency medical evacuation training exercise on Aug. 16, near the Beaver Ponds in Utah's Farmington Canyon.In this particular scenario, the Davis
  • SECAF lauds total force efforts; discusses vision and priorities during Utah visit

    The Secretary of the Air Force, Deborah Lee James, was the distinguished guest speaker at an "All Call" held at Hill Air Force Base on July 24, with more than 400 civilian and military members of active-duty, guard and reserve components in attendance.For more than an hour, James addressed a variety of topics and fielded questions from the crowd,
  • Moroccan state partners observe Utah Guard landmine removal training

    Two members of the Moroccan Military, serving as delegates through the State Partnership Program, spent three days observing training events and demonstrations put on by their Utah Army and Air National Guard counterparts at the Roland R. Wright Air National Guard Base and Camp Williams, April 7-9.During their visit to Utah, the Moroccan delegates
  • Utah National Guard launches Sisters-In-Arms, forum for issues most relevant to servicewomen

    More than 100 men and women, including senior Air Force and Army National Guard leaders, attended the official kickoff of the recently launched Utah Sisters-in-Arms program held April 1 at the Utah National Guard Headquarters in Draper.SIA branches have been established at installations nationwide to foster an environment where female military
  • Utah ANG Security Forces improve combat readiness

    More than 30 Airmen from the 151st Security Forces Squadron participated in a two-week annual training held at various locations in Utah, March 2-12, designed to improve combat readiness and refine skills used in their day-to-day jobs at home as well as in deployed locations.The training, which took place at the Roland R. Wright Air National Guard
  • Utah ANG Hosts Weapons System Council Conference

    More than 30 representatives from the Air Force intelligence community attended a Weapons System Council Conference hosted by the 169th Intelligence Squadron at Roland R. Wright Air National Guard Base, February 3-4.A Utah Air National Guard tenant unit, the 169th IS includes some of the most highly trained and experienced linguists and personnel
  • Utah ANG conducts crucial air refueling training with NATO allies in Germany

    Three aircrews and 19 maintenance personnel from the Utah Air National Guard's 151st Air Refueling Wing spent two weeks at NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen, Germany, providing much-needed air refueling support during training flights for NATO E-3A pilots Jan. 4-16.The E-3A component, made up of members from 15 different countries, operates Airborne
  • UTANG Director of Psychological Health lends levity, approachability to resiliency resource role

    Each year as the holiday season concludes, the subsequent physical and emotional exhaustion many people experience in its wake is further exacerbated by the transition to some of winter's darkest, dreariest days.It's not surprising that this combination of factors can affect Airmen personally and professionally, and while emotional wellness is an