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  • Lunch is Ready -- Selfridge Services Team Overcomes Damaged Kitchen

    It may have looked like hamburgers and hot dogs on the menu, but what was really served up in the kitchen at Selfridge Air National Guard this weekend was a healthy scoop of teamwork. A series of challenges that stemmed from several frozen pipes in the kitchen of the Dining Facility (DFAC) at Selfridge meant that the Services Flight of the 127th Force Support Squadron were unable to use many of the stoves, ovens and freezers they normally have at their disposal to prepare lunch for the hundreds of 127th Wing Airmen who eat at the facility during their monthly military weekend drill.
  • SANGB street renamed in honor of DOTAs

    But the heroes donning turquoise-blazers, gentlemen who served our nation during a bygone era here at Selfridge and overseas, and persist to tell the amazing tale of the “Tuskegee Airmen,” were the guests of honor during the 127th Wing’s “Moments in Black History,” event held on base Tuesday.
  • Selfridge Airmen Put Focus on ‘Readiness’

    Michigan’s Citizen-Airmen have refreshed and renewed their fundamental war-fighting skills after four days of highly-focused training at Selfridge Air National Guard Base. The training is part of the Air National Guard’s ongoing three-part mission to stand ready to fight America’s wars, securing the homeland and build enduring partnerships.
  • 100 miles and counting for Selfridge Airman

    A Selfridge Airman recently completed the Burning River 100-mile Endurance Run. Staff Sgt. Lukas Fisher, a member of the 127th Wing Inspector General office, completed the race coordinated by Western Reserve Racing, on Aug. 3, 2014. The run started in Cleveland on Aug. 2 and ended in Akron, Ohio the following day.Fisher said he entered the race
  • Oath of Allegiance to the U.S.A.

    The following is the oath of allegiance a person takes when he or she becomes a citizen of the United States:"I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty, of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will
  • Selfridge Field History, 1917-1929

    This document, compiled by TSgt. Dan Heaton, contains almost every entry that mentions either Selfridge Field or a flying unit of the Michigan (Air) National Guard in the official Air Service Newsletter (later Air Corps Newsletter) from the inception of that publication in late 1917 through 1929, inclusive. Excluded were passing mentions of
  • This Day in History: Michigan National Guard

    The history of the Michigan National Guard pre-dates the creation of the state of Michigan by more than a century. Units of the Michigan National Guard and its predecessor organizations played key roles at many crucial points in the history of the state and of the nation. The following link provides a look at many of the events that helped shape
  • Services Airman bikes to duty destination

    In 2007, Staff Sergeant Alek S. Seams of the 127th Services Flight took a leap of athleticism by choosing to cycle 156 miles from his home in Midland to his duty destination at the Combat Readiness Training Center in Alpena, Mich. with only sporadic exercising throughout the year as his means of preparation. In 2008, SSgt. Seams took a more

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