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  • Estonian Knowledge

    Over a hundred Airmen packed a room to hear about the Baltic region country that the Maryland National Guard continues to strengthen its military relationship. Many of the Airmen have either been to Estonia or will soon go. "Cultural exchanges have started," said Marju Rink-Abel. Eleven cities in Maryland have been paired with sister cities in
  • Outstanding Human Resource Advisor

    Senior Master Sgt. Sterling Johnson, 175th Wing Human Resource Advisor, Maryland Air National Guard, was awarded the 2014 Air National Guard Outstanding Human Resource Advisor of the Year on January 29, 2015.The National Guard Bureau looked for and found an advisor who promoted diversity, inclusion, cultural change and force management.The Guard
  • New Adjutant General for Maryland visits 175th Wing

    Maj. Gen. (MD) Linda Singh, adjutant general for Maryland, visited the 175th Wing Maryland Air National Guard, Baltimore, Md., on February 20, 2015.The visit, the first for Singh since being appointed to the cabinet of recently elected Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, gave Singh the opportunity to meet face to face with leadership and airman from some of
  • January Spotlight Airman

    The 175th Wing Public Affairs office would like to present Senior Airman Barbara Rodriguez as the January Spotlight Airman. Please read below for more information on Senior Airman Rodriguez.Name: Barbara RodriguezRank: SrAUnit: 175th MXSFulltime Job: A-10 Pneudraulics SpecialistHometown: Manorville, NYJoined the MDANG: September/2009Total Service
  • Volunteering to keeping the families informed

    With a goal of keeping families informed, the Key Volunteer Program helps Airmen's families whether their family member is deployed or at home station.The Key Volunteer Program offers informal peer-to-peer/wingman support to families and is the link between the commander, the unit and the family.Jeanne Benden, the 175th Wing Airman and Family
  • Outstanding Airmen of the Year announced

    Leadership of the 175th Wing Maryland Air National Guard have selected and announced the wing's top enlisted members for Outstanding Airman of the Year. Twenty nine members from five groups including Airman, Non-commissioned officer, Senior Non-commissioned officer, Honor Guard and First Sergeant were considered for the title of Outstanding Airman
  • December Airman Spotlight

    Name: Andrea ChavesRank: Airman 1st ClassMilitary Job Description: Emergency ManagementFull-time Job: StudentHometown: BaltimoreJoined the MDANG: 2012Total Service Years: 2Family: siblings - Nicole Chaves, Orlany ChavesFavorite Movie: Forrest GumpLast Book Read: The Glass CastleFavorite Food: ShrimpFavorite Sports Team: The RavensTell us your brief
  • November Airman Spotlight

    Name: Sara NittingerRank: Staff SergeantUnit: 135th Intelligence SquadronMilitary Job Description: Commander's Support StaffFull-time Job: SameHometown: BaltimoreJoined the MDANG: 2009Total Service Years: 4Family: Spouse - Pei Chi OngFavorite Movie: The Sound of MusicLast Book Read: The Goal (Eliyahu Goldratt)Favorite Food: Pho (Vietnamese Beef
  • Guardsman fights fires and stereotypes

    In the firefighting profession, fear is not an option and the challenges can be big.Senior Airman Sheila M. Fuentes, a full-time firefighter here at Warfield Air National Guard Base, put the fear of leaving her unit and home in Puerto Rico behind her to pursue the challenge of a career in Maryland.She left Puerto Rico and joined the Maryland Air
  • 175th Rocks RED FLAG - Alaska 14-3

    PlanningLate August nearly 150 personnel and 10 A-10C Thunderbolt II aircraft from the 175th Wing, Maryland Air National Guard, Baltimore, Maryland, returned home from Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. The aircraft and personnel were there taking part in Exercise RED FLAG - Alaska 14-3, a simulated environment for aircrews to conduct air combat
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