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  • Selfridge Veteran to Share POW Story

    Lt. Col. (ret.) Donald "Digger" Odell will talk about his experiences as a prisoner of war during the Vietnam War during a special presentation at Macomb Community College, March 19. Odell spent nearly six years in a Vietnam prison camp after his F-105 fighter jet was shot down over North Vietnam on

  • 127th Wing begins Thunderbolt training

    In an enclosed hangar on a snowy and cold Michigan winter day, seven camouflaged men struggled to feed the dragon. Standing on a platform, voices raised to be heard over a portable heater unit running at full tilt against the cold, the men reached and pulled and loaded - and learned - to feed the

  • Security Forces Conducts Mobile Operation Urban Training Exercise

    The 127th Security Forces Squadron conducted a Mobile Operation Urban Training (MOUT) exercise at Selfridge ANGB on Feb. 8 to ensure they maintain a high state of proficiency in close terrain and urban combat environments. Security Forces Bravo Flight assaulted vacant building 907 with a total of 28

  • Student flight preps new recruits

    When thinking of a birthday, cake, balloons, and parties may come to mind, but what about shouting, pushups, and anxiety? For Natasha Gieraltowski, who leaves for Basic Military Training (BMT) on Feb. 17, her 25th birthday, the latter is what she expects. After eight and a half weeks of arduous

  • Chapel welcomes new partners in support

    The 127th Wing Chapel now offers support in more ways than base personnel might realize. It is now home to Family Readiness, Retiree Affairs, American Red Cross, and Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) offices. Moving into the chapel from various locations, having these offices under

  • Aerial Port Lends A Helping Hand

    The 127th Wing's Aerial Port Airmen reached out to lend a helping hand at Selfridge ANGB on Jan. 23 aiding the Hazel Park Fire Department in donating a fire truck to the Dominican Republic. The Aerial Port processed and packaged the aged fire truck, which is capable of holding 1000 gallons of water,

  • 127th Medical Group changes command

    Colonel (Dr.) Sidney N. Martin is the new commander of the 127th Medical Group after a change command ceremony was held at Selfridge Air National Guard Base during the 127th Wing's January Unit Training Assembly. Martin assumed command from Colonel (Dr.) Arthur B. "Brad" Eisenbrey, during the formal

  • Base Announces Summer Air Show

    SELFRIDGE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, MICH.-- Selfridge Air National Guard Base will host the USAF Thunderbirds and highlight military technology during its next Air Show and Open House scheduled for August 22 and 23, 2009, bringing together the people, aircraft, and military equipment from across

  • Last Michigan Air Guard F-16 Flight

    SELFRIDGE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mich. - Michigan Air National Guard's 107th Fighter Squadron flew its last F-16 sortie yesterday afternoon as the unit prepares to transition to the A-10 aircraft and mission. The fighter jets will leave the base at the end of December, flown by Indiana Air


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