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  • Hometown Heroes Salute Program

    Forty seven Airmen and their families were recognized for their service and support during deployments following Sept. 11, 2001, here on April 11 as part of a recently initiated nationwide Air National Guard program. Approximately 1,200 Airmen from the 127th Wing have deployed since 9-11 in support

  • Ghana Deployment slideshow

    The 127th Civil Engineering Squadron, Michigan Air National Guard, was deployed to Accra, Ghana, as part of a construction team. The detachment is working on doing major renovations to a technical training building at the Akota air base in Ghana, along with a team from the North Dakota Air National

  • Planning the Key During African Trip

    As the owner of a small industrial and commercial construction company, Jeff Talaga has developed plenty of building plans. Few, however, have proven as challenging as the project he worked on in Africa, while wearing the unifiorm of the Michigan Air National Guard.Master Sgt. Talaga served as the

  • Cross-border Guardsmen Find Opportunity to Serve

    While most members of the Michigan Air National Guard hail from - not surprisingly - Michigan, that does not necessarily have to be the case. Technical Sgt. Oscar Burkes is a case in point. A resident of Toledo, Ohio, Burkes serves with the Michigan Air National Guard's 127th Civil Engineering

  • Multi-State Effort Supports West African Partner

    Air National Guardsmen from three states are working together to support a new partnership with the west African nation of Ghana.A detachment of Airmen from the Michigan Air National Guard's 127th Civil Engineering Squadron arrived in Ghana on April 8, 2010, to work on a construction project at

  • Environmental programs translate to savings

    Selfridge Air National Guard Base has an active and growing environmental management program. This April, as the observance of Earth Day and readying for summer occurs, those serving at Selfridge are urged to consider recycling in their waste management efforts and green practices in day-to-day

  • Selfridge Military Air Museum announces 2010 schedule

    Selfridge Military Air Museum officials recently announced their 2010 general public hours of operation for their Museum and Air Park as noon to 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays, Memorial Day and Independence Day, from April 3rd through October 31st . The Museum and Air Park can also be opened by

  • SANG Base Community Council scholarship enters second year

    Currently, the Selfridge Base Community Council is offering its second $1000 scholarship through the Sterling Heights Community Foundation to a child of a servicemember attached to the base."The Base Community Council has a long history of commitment and devotion to our military personnel and their

  • Survey Says Selfridge Shoppette Drives for Value at the Pump

    According to a recent Short-Term Energy Outlook report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, "the annual average regular-grade retail gasoline price will increase from $2.35 per gallon in 2009 to $2.84 in 2010." Forecasts of increasing energy prices has exchange officials reaching out to

  • Selfridge traffic patterns altered

    Drivers on the grounds of Selfridge Air National Guard Base should be watchful of new traffic patterns.Birch and Wagner Avenues, the one-way streets on either side of the Base Dining Facility, have changed direction in order to better accommodate ongoing Air Force missions at the base. This weekend,


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