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  • The C-27J Arrival Ceremony

    Members of the 175th Wing and distinguished visitors and community supporters celebrate the arrival of the C-27J Spartan on August 13, 2011 at Warfield Air National Guard base, Baltimore, MD. The arrival of the C-27J Spartan marks the transition from the C-130J Hercules which had been with the

  • HAZMAT Exercise

    Maryland National Guardsmen, along with members of the Coast Guard Baltimore Sector, and local emergency service members, will conduct a civil/military disaster drill at Warfield Air National Guard Base August 12.The exercise will involve Air National Guard members trained to deal with chemical,

  • Homefront Challenge Camp

    Rock State Park in Jarrettsville, Maryland became the home for 55 military kids from the Homefront Challenge Camp. The weeklong camp is held for any child who has a parent serving in the Maryland Army or Air National Guard. This is the fifth year of the camp and the fourth year at Rock State Park.

  • Maryland Air National Guard members support the Ride Across Maryland

    The Maryland Air Guard Riders shined up their motorcycles and raised over $2,400 to fight breast cancer. Six riders participated in the Ride Across Maryland June 4 through the 6, 2011. The 150 mile ride led the team from the Columbia Mall to Ocean City, Md. Tech. Sgt. Brandon Helt, from the Maryland

  • Let the Sun Shine, we have shades

    The Maryland Air National Guard has new sunshades. No not the kind you wear but the kind you put over your A-10 attack aircraft. Eight new sunshades were installed at Warfield Air National Guard Base. "The shades help us keep our aircraft maintenance personnel out of the elements while working on

  • 2011 Marks Three Anniversaries for MDANG

    The year 2011 will mark the passage of three anniversaries for the Maryland Air National Guard - the first of which occurs today.Feb. 3 is the 70th anniversary of the Maryland National Guard's mobilization for World War II. The Guard was called into federal service under President Franklin D.

  • Cold weather work

    While Maryland has a colder than normal December, Master Sgt. Dwayne Miller was working in even colder temperatures near the South Pole.Sergeant Miller, an air transportation worker with the 175th Logistic Readiness Squadron, spent a month in Antarctica assigned to work OPERATION DEEP FREEZE. This

  • Outstanding Airmen 'On a Journey' to Success

    Brig. Gen. Allyson Solomon, Maryland's assistant adjutant general-air, sees the Maryland Air National Guard on a journey. According to the general, during this journey it is important to recognize the outstanding contributions of individuals. As part of that, the Maryland Air National Guard

  • Guardsmen Turn Combat Technology into Tool for Saving Lives

    Technology designed to increase the combat effectiveness of A-10 attack jets is now being used to prepare to help save lives according to Maryland Air National Guard officials.A-10Cs from Maryland's 175th Wing participating in Exercise Vigilant Guard, an annual training exercise designed to prepare