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  • 127th MXG's 2nd "Hawg Run" Supports charity, cameraderie

    Members of Team Selfridge participate in the second annual, "Running of the Hawgs," event here on May 6, 2018. The race, organized by the 127th Maintenance Group here, invited civilians and servicemembers to compete in either a 5k run or a mile-long walk on a measured course, on base. Proceeds from the event were donated to the Adopt-A-Family
  • Selfridge Trainees Prep for Basic Military Training

    Newly-enlisted trainees in the Michigan Air National Guard spent several days in May picking up fundamental military skills to help prep them for their Basic Military Training experience.
  • Selfridge CE Airmen Hone Skills

    “This is really familiarization training,” explained Staff Sgt. Michael Godwin. “We have some new junior Airmen and so this is a chance to get everyone together and work as a team.”
  • 127th Wing members field comments about F-35 mission

    SELFRIDGE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mich.--Local community members and civic leaders met with members of the 127th Wing Wednesday during a scoping meeting at the Wheeler Community Center in Clinton Township, Mich. to discuss F-35 basing at Selfridge. The meeting, a component of the Air Force’s environmental impact study, provided a forum to collect public comments and concerns regarding the F-35 bed down proposal. Even though Selfridge was not one of the two bases selected as a preferred alternative to base the F-35, the base is still considered a reasonable alternative.
  • Temperatures remain low, while morale stays high

    During the February super drill at Selfridge Air National Guard Base, members from several departments within the 127th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron pushed through extreme cold weather conditions to continue unimpeded flight operations. The squadron is comprised of several different departments that work together with a common goal of getting A-10 Thunderbolt II’s in the air.
  • Engine Work Boosts Michigan Airmen

    For three Michigan Citizen-Airmen, working on jet engines at Selfridge Air National Guard Base is the right assignment to help launch both a military and a civilian career.
  • 127th Wing Puts Focus on Customer Service

    SELFRIDGE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mich. – No matter what career field, customer service should be a part of every Airmen’s job description. The 127th Wing Commander Brig. Gen. John D. Slocum has emphasized that everyone in the Wing is in the business of customer service. In this day and age of technology, Slocum noted that it is easy for Airmen to dehumanize their interactions.
  • Airmen reenlist during January drill

    During January drill weekend, currently-serving members of the Michigan Air National Guard’s 127th Wing continue their service by re-enlisting and extending their commitment to serve their country. Over the past year, 280 people enlisted in the Michigan Air National Guard at Selfridge ANGB. Of those 280 enlistments, 70 were new members without prior military service and 210 were re-enlistments of currently-serving members who chose to continue serving here at Selfridge.
  • 127th Wing Names Top Airmen

    The 127th Wing honored nine Michigan Citizen-Airmen as Airmen of the Year for 2017, capping a year that saw more than 300 members of Wing deploy to combat zones.
  • Servicemembers prepare as second Selfridge team deploys to Houston

    In response to monumental flooding in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Coast Guard members from the Great Lakes region prepared to deploy from Coast Guard Air Station Detroit, based here, yesterday, with a little help from their neighbors. Master Sgt. Robert Roby, Tech. Sgt. Ken Williams and Tech. Sgt. Jason Bucholtz, air transportation specialists with the 127th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Small Air Terminal here, supported Coast Guard personnel by palletizing and then loading their assets into their C-27 Spartan.