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  • 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.
  • ‘No Second Guesses:’ Selfridge Pilots Share Story of Emergency Landing

    Capt. Brett DeVries, an A-10 Thunderbolt II pilot of the 107th Fighter Squadron from Selfridge Air National Guard Base, poses next to the aircraft he safely landed after a malfunction forced him to make an emergency landing July 20 at the Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center. (Photo courtesy U.S. Air National Guard)
  • 171st ARS marks 75 years

    Depending on what date one chooses to use, Michigan's 171st Air Refueling Squadron turned 75 years old either this month or last. Born into combat in a world-encompassing war, the milestone anniversary passed relatively unnoticed, with a significant portion of the squadron's current members deployed to the Middle East, engaged in combat operations
  • Selfridge Airmen Deploy to Southwest Asia

    Approximately 100 Citizen-Airmen of the Michigan Air National Guard are now on duty in Southwest Asia.The Airmen - all members of the 127th Wing at Selfridge Air National Guard Base - departed from Selfridge earlier this month and are now on duty in the U.S. Central Command region in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel and other
  • Selfridge Air National Guard Base considered for nation’s newest fighter aircraft

    The Air Force has selected Selfridge Air National Guard Base as one of five locations being considered for the F-35A Lightning, the nation's newest fighter aircraft.If selected, the F-35 would likely replace the A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft now assigned to the base and flown by the 107th Fighter Squadron, Michigan Air National Guard."We are
  • Professor/Airman serves with pride at Selfridge

    Meet Master Sgt. Shaun West. On the spread sheet of academic achievement at Selfridge Air National Guard Base, he's the "one."Of the 1,269 enlisted Airmen in the 127th Wing at Selfridge, the college education statistics break down roughly like this: a lot; a few, a handful and one.That is a lot - 253 to be exact -- of the enlisted Airmen have