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  • Maintenance Airman, Civilian Pilot Earns Military Wings

    An Airman assigned to the Air National Guard’s 149th Fighter Wing received word recently that she had been accepted into the Army’s Aviation Rotary Wing program as a warrant officer, making her dream of flying military aircraft an actuality.
  • Fly, Fight, Win: Airman takes flight in battle against cancer

    One member of the 149th Fighter Wing's Lone Star Gunfighters takes flight in battle against cancer.
  • 100 Years of Service

    One family has more than just the holidays to celebrate this year. The Connelly brothers -- Bill, Mark, John, Michael Connelly of Champlain, New York -- have accumulated 100 years of service in the Air Force.  Bill was the first Connelly brother to enter the Air Force, enlisting in February of 1980, followed by Mark in October of that same
  • 149 FW taps into STRATFI program to scale additive manufacturing capabilities

    The 149th Fighter Wing taps into STRATFI program to scale additive manufacturing capabilities.
  • From AFE to UPT: One Airman’s Air Force journey

    “The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.”  The well-known adage drove Senior Airman Regan Houser’s journey from aircrew flight equipment technician to securing a spot in undergraduate pilot training in December 2019.
  • Maintenance team's face-covering ingenuity helps meet requirement

    Air National Guard members with personal 3D printers help their fellow co-workers meet command-directed face-covering requirement.
  • 149th's newest class of F-16 pilots take on Coronet Cactus

    Coronet Cactus is an annual training event that takes members of the 149th Fighter Wing, headquartered at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, to Phoenix to participate in an simulated deployment exercise.
  • National Hispanic Heritage Spotlight

    The 149th Fighter Wing’s Military Equal Opportunity Office is recognizing Staff Sgt. Cesar Ostolaza during National Hispanic Heritage Month, which is observed every year from Sept. 15 - Oct. 15. Today, thousands of Hispanic-American service members throughout the world are protecting our nation and its freedoms. Sergeant Ostolaza is one example among many.  
  • Gunfighter suits up as different kind of hero

    When Senior Airman Anthony Guiteau, a member of the 149th Logistics Readiness Squadron, took his nephew to a comic convention three years ago and saw all of the cosplayers dressed up as popular characters from movies, books or video games, the experience left him with an idea of a way to give back to the community.
  • ANG members aid couple involved in accident

    A group of Air National Guard members assist pair injured in accident