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  • 127th Wing Medical Group Exercises CCATT and ERPSS at Northern Strike 23

    GRAYLING, Michigan - Citizen Airmen from the 127th Wing took part in advanced medical training to gain hands-on experience with patient staging and aerial transport while participating in exercise Northern Strike 23.Michigan Air National Guardsmen from the 127th Medical Group conducted joint medical

  • Kelly Johnson Center Encourages Airmen to ‘AIM-HI’

    ALPENA, MI,  --  A Michigan Air National Guard-sponsored program is helping Citizen-Airmen to focus the power of innovation to find solutions to the wicked problems that can cause problems at all levels of the Air Force enterprise. Perhaps the biggest difference, however, between the AIM-HI program

  • Brancato takes command of 127th Wing

    U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Matthew Brancato took command of the 127th Wing and Selfridge Air National Guard Base during a ceremony here on Aug. 5, 2023, closing out Brig. Gen. Rolf E. Mammen’s four-year term in the position.The ceremony, presided over by Michigan Air National Guard commander Maj.

  • Military exercise at Selfridge Air National Guard Base

    SELFRIDGE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mich. — Members of the 127th Wing, in conjunction with local civilian emergency-response and law-enforcement agencies, will conduct a joint emergency response exercise at Selfridge Air National Guard Base on Aug. 2, 2023.

  • Hot refueling on the fly

    Airmen from the 127th Logistics Readiness Squadron and 434th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron pack up equipment and do final checks after a hot refueling of a KC-135R Stratotanker, July 12, 2023, at Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Michigan. Hot refueling allows an aircraft’s engines to remain

  • Mother, Chief inspired by Airmen

    KROPP, Germany-- With nearly three decades of time in service, a chief in the Michigan National Guard’s 127th Wing has dedicated the vast majority of her enlistment to serving Airmen.It also doesn’t hurt that she has nearly three decades of motherhood to help her résumé as well.U.S. Air Force Chief

  • Michigan Airmen Practice Combat Turns in Latvia

    Over four days, approximately 30 Michigan Air National Guard Airmen traveled from Michigan to Germany and then Latvia, practicing deploying for future fights.Simulating a deployment to a contingency location, the 127th Wing’s Agile Combat Employment team practiced receiving, turning and launching

  • Aircrew flight equipment Airman serves with pride

         Helping a pilot tie their boots after donning a specialized flight suit may seem like a small task, harkening to a young child learning to tie their shoes, but the Airman caring for the pilot in that small way is part of an important military career field: aircrew flight equipment.      Senior