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  • ANG Leadership Visits 132d Wing

    During a rare visit by the Director of the Air National Guard (DANG) and the Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air National Guard (CCM ANG), the two said they were proud of what the Des Moines 132d Wing had accomplished.Lt. Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III and Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling were

  • Members of the 132d Wing participate in annual Easter celebration.

    The 132d Wing (132WG), Des Moines, Iowa hosted its annual Easter Celebration outside of the Dining Facility of the 132WG on Saturday, April 11, 2015.Members of the 132WG and their families participated in a variety of activities including face painting, crafts, bounce houses, photos with the Easter

  • 132d Wing formally recognizes the official activation of the 132d ISR Group

    The 132d Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) Group was honored on Saturday, March 7, 2015 during a ceremony held at the 132d Wing (132WG), Des Moines, Iowa, which formally recognized the Group's official activation. ISR Group and Squadron guidons were passed to the Group Commander and

  • Science Center makes Family Connection

         In December the Science Center of Iowa was host to Military Family Connection night sponsored by the Child and Youth Program of the Iowa National Guard.  All branches of military and family members were given exclusive access to the center along with dinner provided in the cafeteria.  The

  • Don't Ignore the Symptoms

    On December 22, 2013 I went in to my civilian job as a Firefighter.  At home the night before I was not feeling well, and was debating if I should stay home sick.  I had flu like symptoms and thought I might be coming down with a cold, but I thought I felt good enough to go to work Once at work I

  • 132nd Fighter Wing Past-Present & Future

    What started as just a dream to a group of World War I pilots back in 1925 has developed, expanded and transitioned into the Iowa National Guard's 132nd Fighter Wing of today. It took this original group six failed requests, frequent trips to Washington DC and 16 years before federal recognition was

  • 132nd Fighter Wing Serves up Disaster Relief

    In a disaster every second counts for first responders. Firefighters, search and rescue, and medical professionals get to the scene as soon as possible to ensure that the citizens are being helped. In many situations the first responders find themselves in so much wreckage that one of their own