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  • Maryland National Guard promotes Joint Staff director to general

    Maryland Air National Guard Col. Amy P. Kremser, director of the Maryland National Guard Joint Staff, was promoted to the rank of brigadier general during a ceremony hosted by Maryland Army National Guard Maj. Gen. Janeen Birckhead, adjutant general for Maryland, July 8, 2023 in Annapolis, Maryland.

  • Maryland Airmen, USAFE work with partners to improve Estonian air base

    For the past two years, staff augmentation teams – commonly referred to as S-teams – from the 235th Civil Engineer Flight along with the Air Force Civil Engineer Center and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have been assisting United States Air Forces in Europe with projects aimed at building Estonian

  • Ukrainian-born Chaplain Supports Ukrainians through Chaplaincy Training

    For one Ukrainian-American chaplain, his path to serving a higher calling all began with a lucky shot in a lottery.Maryland Air National Guard Chaplain (Capt.) Vladimir Steliac, assigned to 175th Wing, currently serves as a chaplain for the Air National Guard Readiness Center at Joint Base Andrews,

  • MDNG and Estonia partner for ACE training during Air Defender

    More than 100 Airmen from the 175th Wing, Maryland Air National Guard, recently completed an agile combat employment (ACE) movement in Estonia as a forward operating location of exercise Air Defender 2023 (AD23).Exercise AD23 is German-led, multinational NATO exercise with a total of 235 aircraft

  • 175th Wing bids farewell to outgoing commander

    The first-ever female and non-rated commander of the 175th Wing relinquished her command during a change of command ceremony at Martin State Air National Guard Base, June 4, 2023.As the outgoing commander, Maryland Air National Guard Brig. Gen. Jori Robinson passed the 175th Wing guidon to Brig.

  • Md. Governor signs healthcare bill for Guard members at 175th Wing

    Maryland Gov. Wes Moore made his first visit to the 175th Wing at Martin State Air National Guard Base to sign veteran-related bills May 12.During his visit, Gov. Moore, Lt. Gov. Aruna Miller, and other state political leaders signed six bills, including the Healthcare For Heroes Act, in front of an

  • I Am the Mission: Mr. Chris Itzoe

    Meet Mr. Christopher Itzoe, the maintenance chief and maintenance technician supervisor for the 175th Civil Engineer Squadron at Martin State Air National Guard Base, Middle River, Maryland. Itzoe has served in this capacity since Sept. 23, 2009.