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  • The Chaplain's Corner: Caring for Airmen more than Anyone Thinks Possible

    Chaplain Daniel Millner, a 149th Fighter Wing chaplain, shares some weekly inspiration in the following order: Thought of the Day - Listen for your calling; Quote of the Day - A Message of Hope; Story of the Day - A Boulder in the Road
  • COVID-19 Update

    Once again, thank you for your continued support. We are adjusting our daily operations keeping in mind my first priority of making sure that the Gunfighters remain safe, healthy and ready to respond to support our local communities. I am so proud that we all are continuing to excel at our mission during these challenging times. Thank you!
  • Thoughts from a Chaplain

    THOUGHT OF THE DAY: ATTITUDES AREN’T TAUGHT; THEY’RE CAUGHT QUOTE OF THE DAY: A MESSAGE OF HOPE STORY OF THE DAY: THE BUTTERFLY
  • An update from the wing commander on latest COVID-19 response efforts

    Commander of the 149th Fighter Wing, Col. Raul Rosario, provides members of his wing the latest guidance and information concerning the COVID-19 response.
  • A Message from the Wing Commander

    I'd like to extend my gratitude to every single one of you for making this wing the premier fighter wing in the Air National Guard. Your commitment to service and your sacrifice truly make a significant difference in providing combat capabilities to the Air Force and greatly contribute to the defense of this great nation.
  • 10 tips for getting promoted

    The $64,000 dollar question that I think everyone would like answered is "How do I get promoted?”
  • A letter from the command chief on mentorship

    The 149th FW command chief writes a letter to the Gunfighters on mentorship.
  • 'Uncompromised Excellence, Mission Dominance!'

    Our wing commander, Col Madden, shares his thoughts on what it means to have the Wing vision of "Uncompromised Excellence, Mission Dominance!"
  • Detecting identity theft and how to respond

    Identity theft is becoming more and more common.  Here are some indicators that your information might have been compromised: · You see withdrawals from your bank account that you can't explain. · You don't get your bills or other mail. · Merchants refuse your checks. · Debt collectors call you about debts that aren't yours. · You find unfamiliar
  • What you should know about the Uniform Code of Military Justice

    The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is the military's criminal code. It was enacted in 1950 and became effective in 1951. It has been amended in numerous years since then. The UCMJ, which is part of the US Code (USC), is implemented through executive orders of the President. Those executive orders form a comprehensive volume of law known as
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