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  • Airman appreciates going 'hands-on' with aircraft

    For Airman 1st Class Nea Shafer, service in the Michigan Air National Guard as an aerospace propulsion technician is just one part of her life in the aviation industry.The Citizen-Airman serves part-time in the 127th Maintenance Squadron, working on the jet engines on A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft.

  • New year, new job: MIANG service offers up to $20K bonuses

                There’s a new flight chief leading the 127th Wing recruiting team and he wants to tell everyone about the ‘best kept secret in the military.’            “I feel like a lot of people know about the Air Force, but when you say, ‘Air National Guard,’ they’re caught by surprise,” said Tech.

  • Remembering the homes of the Generals

         People at Selfridge Air National Guard Base are often astounded by the beautiful architecture of the empty family housing units across from the Selfridge Golf Course.  The stately homes have been vacant for years and are the last units standing at the base.  There are no plans to rehabilitate

  • Thunderbirds to headline 2024 Selfridge Open House and Air Show

    The next Selfridge Air National Guard Base Open House and Air Show is scheduled for June 8-9, 2024. The U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds, will headline the aerial performance lineup at the event.While the demonstration of military air power provides most of the, "wow"

  • 107th Fighter Squadron Honors Veterans in Port Sanilac

    This story actually begins Sunday July 9, 2022 when members of the Port Sanilac VFW Post 8872 and the Croswell American Legion Post 255 were memorializing one of their beloved WWII comrades, Mr. Ed Bauer during a funeral ceremony at Harbor Park on the shore of Lake Huron in Port Sanilac.

  • 127th ARG takes a breath to focus on safety and resilience

    Last month, members of the 127th Wing Air Refueling Group took part in a stand-down day as a way to promote resilience, safety, and unit cohesion. The all-day event took place on Saturday of the October 2022 drill and was attended by officers and enlisted members from the entire group.

  • Selfridge firefighters focus on the community

    During Fire Prevention Month in October, members of the Selfridge Air National Guard Base Fire Department set up fire prevention displays in front of the base commissary to pass along fire safety and prevention tips that protect property and homes and help keep Team Selfridge members and their

  • ID card office supports military members

    Holding a military identification card is a fundamental part of service and, could even be considered, part of the uniform. Customer service specialists at the 127th Force Support Squadron run the ID card office at Selfridge Air National Guard Base, ensuring both current and former servicemembers

  • Recognizing the warning signs of suicide

    September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and Airmen and civilian personnel at the 127th Wing have been learning how to identify the warning signs of suicide and render appropriate assistance to those who may be thinking about harming themselves.