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  • 175th Wing Airman Spotlight

    The 175th Wing would like to present Senior Airman Miriam Jarvis, 175th Security Forces Squadron, as this month's Spotlight Airman. Senior Airman Jarvis has been with the Security Forces Squadron for five years and works full time with the Maryland Air National Guard in the same position.Here is some more information about Senior Airman
  • EXERCISE Active Shooter EXERCISE

    Baltimore County Police SWAT team members and Maryland Air National Guard Security Forces sweep the civil engineering building at Martin State Airport on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 looking for an active shooter during an exercise. The active shooter exercise allowed first responders from the Warfield Air National Guard Base and the local police a
  • Distinguished Flying Cross

        Ninety soldiers lived to fight another day due to the efforts of several A-10C Thunderbolt II pilots of the Maryland Air National Guard. "I saw tracer fire and I knew I was getting shot at but I went right back into supporting the ground troops. I turned away from the ground fire and got right back into providing fire support," said Lt. Col.
  • Wounded warriors gain confidence during Pentagon volleyball contest

    Gung-ho spirits were the norm as wounded-warrior athletes from the four services, U.S. Special Operations Command and the Department of Veterans Affairs clashed at the 3rd Annual Joint Services Sitting Volleyball Tournament, in recognition of Warrior Care Month.Held in the Pentagon Athletic Club, Nov. 21, and hosted by the Office of Warrior Care
  • PII violators will have network accounts locked

    People who inappropriately store and transmit Personally Identifiable Information over the Air Force Network will now have their accounts locked in response to the violation. "We are taking several steps to improve notification and reporting of PII incidents," said Gen. William L. Shelton, Air Force Space Command commander. "My intent is to
  • New Full-time Chaplain to offer support for the Wing

    As the Maryland Air National Guard goes through a mission transition, one thing airmen can depend on is a spiritual support system throughout the transition period. During the final week of August the wing formally introduced Major Christopher Otten as the full-time chaplain. Maj. Otten is no stranger to the 175th Wing, since 1999 he was a member
  • Government Shutdown: Frequently Asked Questions

    The link below will provide you with frequently asked questions about the current government shutdown and its impact on the Air Force.  If your question is not answered you can submit it using the link below.  www.af.mil/News/ArticleDisplay/tabid/223/Article/467262/government-shutdown-frequently-asked-questions.aspx
  • Air National Guard fire department answers calls outside gate

    A call comes in. A freight train has derailed in a neighborhood right outside Baltimore, it is on fire and black smoke can be seen for miles spreading across the city. More details are unknown at this point, but one thing is for sure, help is needed to control the blaze. Members of the Maryland Air National Guard's 175th Fire and Emergency Services
  • Sabre Strike 2013 Air Component demonstrates multinational partnership in the Baltics and strengthens state partnership between Maryland and Estonia.

    The Air Component of Sabre Strike 2013 concluded June 10 as four A-10C, a KC-135 Aircraft and over 100 Maryland and Pennsylvania Air National Guard members departed Amari Air Base, Estonia. The departure signaled the end of two weeks of multinational exercises in the Baltics and a celebration of 20 years of the Maryland National Guard and Estonian
  • Going for the Gold

    On July 5, 2011 Senior Airman Gideon L. Connelly, repair and reclamation crew chief, 175th Maintenance Squadron, was involved in a motorcycle accident in Baltimore County with serious damage to his left leg. The doctors told the Maryland Air National Guardsman if he kept his leg, it would leave him with limitations to what he could do. However, if