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  • Cochran retires from Iowa Air National Guard

    A retirement ceremony was held for Chief Master Sergeant Timothy E. Cochran, Command Chief Master Sergeant (CCM) of the Iowa Air National Guard (ANG), who selflessly served the National Guard of Iowa for thirty-eight years.Serving in his current position as State CCM from July 2015 to October 2019,

  • 132d ISRG Members Volunteer at Scout Center

    15 Airmen of the 132d Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance Group took time out of their day to volunteer at the Mid-Iowa Council Fred Maytag II Scout Center, October 18, 2019 in Des Moines, Iowa. The team performed landscape work for the Maytag Center in preparation for winter, removing old

  • Greenwood retires from Iowa Air National Guard:

    JOINT FORCE HEADQUARTERS, Iowa (Oct. 5, 2019) – A retirement ceremony was held for Brig. Gen. Randy Greenwood, Chief of Staff, Iowa Air National Guard, who selflessly served the National Guard of Iowa for thirty-six years.Serving in his current position as Chief of Staff, Brig. Gen. Greenwood was

  • 132d Medical Group trains in Italy with Navy

    Long days, great experiences and once in a lifetime are just a few ways to summarize the 132d Wing Medical Group’s (MDG) trip to Naval Air Station (NAS) Sigonella, Sicily, Italy. 40 members of the MDG were part of a temporary deployment (TDY) to the United States Naval Hospital (USNH) located on NAS

  • WWI trench knife presented to Iowa adjutant general

    Army Maj. Gen. Timothy Orr, adjutant general of Iowa, was presented a WWI trench knife by Air Force Maj. Mark Williams, 132d Intelligence Group, and Maj. Jen Williams, Joint Forces Headquarters, November 20, 2018, at Iowa National Guard Joint Force Headquarters in Johnston, Iowa. The LF&C U.S. 1918

  • 132d Medical Group Airmen, Kosovo medics hone skills at STC

    Enhancing regional and international partnerships, Airmen of the 132d Medical Group (Medhawks) located in Des Moines, Iowa hosted Airmen from the 190th Medical Group (Coyotes) located in Topeka, KS and six members of the Medical Company (Medcoy) of the Kosovo Security Force (KSF) for an intensive,

  • 132d Med Group supports “Team Iowa Med, Overseas Duty Tour in Germany

    Continuing the cross-service momentum gained during a July 2017 medical training rotation at Sustainment Training Center, Soldiers and Airmen from the Iowa National Guard supported a 21-day Overseas Duty Tour (ODT) mission to augment medical support and operations in Germany July 1-21, 2018. Over

  • NATO members visit 132d Wing’s DTOC

    Five members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) visited the Distributed Training and Operation Center (DTOC) located at the 132d Wing, Iowa Air National Guard in Des Moines, Iowa June 18-22, 2018. The NATO members, based out of NATO Airbase Geilenksrchen in Germany, met with DTOC

  • Alaska ANG members network at 132d Wing’s DTOC

    Four members of the Alaska Air National Guard (AANG) from Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska visited the Distributed Training and Operations Center (DTOC) at the 132d Wing here in Des Moines, Iowa on May 22, 2018, to take a tour, discuss mission scenarios and view training events.Distributed Mission

  • 132d Med Group participates in Eagle 6 exercise in Kosovo

    Members of the 132d Medical Group took part in field training exercise Eagle 6 in Pristina, Kosovo from April 28 to May 13, 2018 with members of the Kosovo Security Force (KSF).  The purpose of the exercise was for KSF and Iowa National Guard members to work together and practice important skills in