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  • 132d Wing Celebrates 80 Years

    80 years ago on February 25, 1941, the 132d Wing, Iowa Air National Guard was founded in Des Moines, Iowa.Starting out as an observation squadron in the middle of WWII, the unit of today has gone through many changes while striving toward the future.From 1941-1987, the 132d Wing flew and maintained

  • IANG and PRANG Build Lasting Partnership Over New Mission

    From August 14-28, members of the 132d Wing travelled down to the Puerto Rico Air National Guard (PRANG) in San Juan, Puerto Rico, with the goal of assisting the 156th Wing’s transition from an airlift wing to a contingency response and combat communications wing.

  • Zach Nunn to Serve Active Duty

     Lt. Col. Zach Nunn, commanding the 233d Intelligence Squadron, 132d Wing, Iowa Air National Guard will serve on Active Duty with the US Air Force beginning July 20, 2020 through spring 2021. Nunn currently serves as an Iowa State Senator (R-Bondurant), representing eastern Polk and Jasper

  • 132d Wing Airmen assist with contact tracing

    132d Wing Airmen along with Iowa Army National Guard Soldiers operated a call center at Camp Dodge in Johnston, Iowa. The goal of the call center was contact tracing of COVID-19 patients to get current data on the spread of the virus.The Soldiers and Airmen were augmenting the Iowa Department of

  • 132d Wing Airmen provide COVID-19 screening

    A team of Airmen from the 132d Medical Group, 132d Force Support Squadron and 132d Security Forces Squadron operated a Joint Mobile Screening Center in Denison, Iowa 11-22 May. The Airmen screened residents in Crawford County for COVID-19 by nasal swab or antibody testing.“We are mission capable to

  • Meet the new Security Forces Commander

    Capt. Adam Christian assumed command of the 132d Security Forces Squadron during February, taking over for Lt. Col. Rodger Howard who moved to the 132d Mission Support Group. Becoming the security forces commander has been a longtime goal for Christian since joining the unit.“It was a goal I set 18