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  • 169th IS receives "Excellent" rating in AF IG inspection

    The Utah Air National Guard's 169th Intelligence Squadron recently completed an Air Force Inspector General inspection resulting in an overall grade of EXCELLENT, the highest grade of any Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency unit in the past year.These inspections are used to measure a unit's compliance with published
  • Utah ANG achieves full compliance rating on Personnel Readiness

    The Utah Air National Guard recently achieved a full compliance rate across all spectrums of the A1 Personnel Readiness Statistics. This is the first time since these records have been tracked that this level has been attained. The statistics track readiness, training, and recruiting strength. These numbers can be tracked to show trends and
  • Utah ANG commemorates Women's History Month

    Utah ANG commemorates Women's History MonthSALT LAKE CITY - The Utah Air National Guard commemorated Women's History Month on base, March 3.The event included speeches by the Assistant Adjutant General of the Utah ANG, Brig. Gen. David R. Fountain, the Chief of Staff for Utah Joint Force Headquarters Air, Brig. Gen. Kenneth Gammon, and a
  • Former Miss America speaks at UT ANG's Interfaith Devotional

    The 151st Air Refueling Wing hosted the 5th Annual Interfaith Devotional at the Utah Air National Guard base Feb. 10, featuring motivational guest speaker, and former Miss America 1985, Sharlene Wells Hawkes. During her speech, "Building and Sustaining Faith," Hawkes illustrated the similarities between faith and military training by giving a
  • 130th EIS members awarded 2 Bronze Stars, 28 additional medals

    Two Bronze Stars and 28 additional medals were awarded to 18 members of the 130th Engineering Installation Squadron in a ceremony at the Utah Air National Guard Base Jan. 6. The two Bronze Star medals, 11 Army Commendation Medals, three Army Achievement Medals, two Air Force Achievement Medals (first oak leaf cluster) and 12 United States
  • 151st Medical Group receives new commander

    The Utah Air National Guard's 151st Medical Group conducted a change-of-command ceremony on base Dec. 2. During the ceremony, officiated by the wing commander Col. Samuel Ramsay, Col. Paul Byrd relinquished command of the 151st Medical Group to Lt. Col. Kevin Windsor. In a speech directed first toward Byrd, Ramsay boasted about the challenges Byrd
  • Utah ANG selects Airman of the Year award recipients

    Five Utah Air National Guard members received Airman of the Year awards during a surprise awards banquet at Hill Air Force Base, Jan. 4. The following is a list of the 2012 award recipients: Airman of the Year: Senior Airman Rebecca Bagley, 130th Engineering & Installation SquadronNoncommissioned Officer of the Year: Staff Sgt. Alisa Stanley, 151st
  • Nackowski retires after 35 years of military service

    The Plans and Programs Officer for Headquarters Utah Air National Guard, Lt. Col. Cecilia Nackowski, concluded her 35-year military career in a formal retirement ceremony at the Utah Air National Guard Base Dec. 2.During the ceremony, amid family and colleagues, Nackowski was awarded a Meritorious Service Medal and was also presented with
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