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132d Wing Respect key lesson 132d Wing father passes to children
Father's Day is a time when many reflect on the fathers in their lives who have influenced them and made a difference. Master Sgt. Matthew Hand, 132 Operations Group cyber transport, is a father of two sons, Jacob (11) and Ethan (8), and lives every day providing fatherly guidance, support and care alongside his wife Lisa. “Ensuring that they have
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132d Wing Military Spouse Appreciation Month: The Fleury's
Some of the hardest moments in any relationship is time spent away from one another. Missed moments and lonely nights come frequently for military families. However, through it all, military spouses stand tall and face these times with a rock-like demeanor. Master Sgt. Nicholas Fleury and his wife Krista Fleury are no exception to this. Fleury grew
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132d Wing 132d Members pedal through Bike Week
After a very cold and snowy start to spring, the warmer weather, green grass and colorful flowers befitting of the season have arrived, allowing for a bevy of outdoor activities. The month of May marks the unofficial start to the biking season and Airmen of the 132d Wing fully embraced it this week. From May 14-18, 2018, members of the 132d Wing,
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132d Wing On the path to excellence; 132d Wing EO takes all challenges in stride
The life of a wing executive officer is a fast paced and stressful one. While life may be additionally hard being a Nebraska Cornhuskers fan at a base filled with Hawkeyes and Cyclones, 1st Lt. Clarissa Atwell, 132d Wing executive officer, welcomes it all and enjoys the challenge every day brings. Atwell wears many hats in her life from having been
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132d Wing Portraits of Valor, Iowa's Tuskegee Airmen: Robert Williams
Robert W Williams (1922-1997)Born in Ottumwa, Iowa, Robert “Bob” Williams was a Tuskegee Airman and pioneer Aviator who spearheaded a movie project about them.  Robert’s father was a pilot and he encouraged his two sons to learn.  Eventually they became three of only 102 black pilots in the United States at that time. When the Japanese attacked
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132d Wing Portraits of Valor, Iowa's Tuskegee Airmen: Luther Smith
Luther H. Smith (1920-2009)
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132d Wing 132d ISRG award stems from well-rounded Airmen
In conjunction with the 132d Wing’s 12th Air Force Outstanding Unit Award (AFOUA), the 132d Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group (ISRG) received the Outstanding Air Reserve Component ISR Group of the Year in December of 2017 for the evaluation period of January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017. Awards like this are made possible by the
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Chief Master Sgt. John Smith poses with Staff Sgt. Jaime Young and Tech. Sgt. Marcus Goins, who accepted the Chief's Award on behalf of the Enlisted Advisory Council (EAC) at the Annual Awards Ceremony at Hy-Vee Hall, Des Moines, Iowa on November 4, 2017. The EAC earned this award due to their continued work and dedication in raising the 132d Wing's Airmen and their families morale. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman 1st Class Katelyn Sprott) 132d Wing Enlisted Advisory Council receives the 2017 Chief’s Award
Tears fill a choked up Staff Sgt. Jaime Young’s eyes as she recalls the moment when she found out the 132d Wing Enlisted Advisory Council (EAC) was being awarded the 2017 Chief’s Award.“When we actually got the award and hearing the crowd applaud, I think that was when I realized that people know who we are, and what we do,” said Young. “It was
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132d Wing 132d Wing Airmen hone skills in historic ‘Combat Hammer’ exercise
(EDITOR’S NOTE:  Due to ISR and 132d Wing policy regarding the MQ-9, the last names of maintenance, operations and intelligence personnel are removed.) DUKE FIELD, Fla. – The Air National Guard recently participated in its first ‘Combat Hammer’ exercise from Oct. 24-Nov. 13 at Duke Field, Florida. The exercise was attended by MQ-9 Reaper units
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Master Sgt. Brad Kuennen, a Radio Frequency Transmissions Systems Technician, starts up the laptop at his station in the 132d Wing's Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC) on July 17, 2017 at Fort McCoy, Wis. Kuennen can set up radio frequencies from this laptop and controls all radio patches from the MEOC in support of PATRIOT North 2017. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by A1C Katelyn Sprott) 132d Airmen travel to Fort McCoy for MEOC training
The clanking of metal rings through the air as gears turn the slide-outs of the 132d Wing’s Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC) into position. Master Sgt. Brad Kuennen, a Radio Frequency Transmissions Systems technician, and Tech. Sgt. Joseph Stickel, a Cyber Transportation technician, work together to open and start up the MEOC. By the final
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