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  • 175th Wing Sharpens CSAR Skills During Sunshine Rescue

    The Maryland Air National Guard (MDANG) conducted Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) training while exercising Agile Combat Employment (ACE) during Exercise Sunshine Rescue 23, January 19-28, 2023, at the Savannah Combat Readiness Training Center (CRTC).

  • Maryland National Guard bids farewell to Assistant Adjutant General

    Members of the Maryland National Guard honored U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Edward S. Jones, Assistant Adjutant General - Air, Maryland Air National Guard, for completing more than 38 years of military service February 11, 2023, during a retirement ceremony at Warfield Air National Guard Base.

  • Maryland Air National Guard gives back to community during the holidays

    For the holiday season, Airmen of the Maryland Air National Guard adopted a local military family to support and delivered gifts for other families in the community around Warfield Air National Guard Base. The Top 3 Council of the 175th Wing hosted the Chavez family, who currently live in Rockville,

  • Maryland Air National Guard Recognizes Top Airmen

    The Maryland Air National Guard held its annual Airman Recognition ceremony at Warfield Air National Guard Base at Martin State Airport, December 4, 2022. The ceremony recognized the Outstanding Airmen of the Year, Community College of the Air Force graduates, and highlighted the successfully

  • Attacking Maintenance in the Maryland Air National Guard

    In the A-10 community, the word “attack” is an all-encompassing term that can mean everything from “yes” to “go forth and conquer.”  It captures the warrior spirit, a can-do attitude that views any problem as solvable, and the Air Force core value of excellence in all we do.  In the 175th Wing, the

  • Breaking Barriers Across the Total Force

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. April D. Vogel made history as the first female two-star general in the Maryland Air National Guard when she was promoted in April 2022. Her career has been a model of the successful synthesis of the National Guard capabilities with those of the active duty armed

  • Landing Safely: Airman finds career with MD Air National Guard

    The ejection system on the A-10C Thunderbolt II aircraft are maintained and have explosives installed that are built to catapult the pilot away in the event of an in-flight emergency. The system is designed to get the pilot back to the ground safely.For U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Natalia Cuevas