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  • Security forces officer on track for continued success in Maryland Air Guard

    A toddler's pigtails bounced as she turned to her teacher, Ms. Jasmaine, to share a secret. Cupping her tiny hands to her mouth, Maddie whispered into Ms. Jasmaine’s ear. The teacher gasped and glanced at Maddie’s mother, a woman wearing an Air Force uniform, collecting her daughter's belongings as

  • Maryland Air Guardsman wins Air Force-level innovation award

    A Maryland Air National Guard Airmen was awarded an Air Force-level award for innovation that helps improve efficiency and operational readiness at the 175th Wing.Capt. Kerry Guy, the 175th Wing base contracting officer, was named the Air National Guard’s General Larry O. Spencer Innovation Award

  • President Biden lands at Martin State Air National Guard Base

    MIDDLE RIVER, Md. – President Joseph R. Biden landed at Martin State Air National Guard Base, April 5, 2024, before heading to Baltimore with Maryland Gov. Wes Moore to assess the damage from the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse.175th Wing Airmen supported many facets of the presidential movement

  • Maryland Air National Guard cyber Airmen participate in Keen Edge 2024

    Three Airmen assigned to the 175th Cyberspace Operations Group participated in Exercise Keen Edge 2024, a bilateral command post exercise with Allies February 1-8, 2024Maryland Air National Guard Maj. Nate Amsden, a combat plans non-kinetic coordinator, was named a superior performer for his

  • 21 Days in the Belly: The Art of Avionics

    In the dimly lit belly of the aircraft, among the labyrinth of wires and steel, he found himself wedged into a space no larger than a sewer tunnel. It had been nearly 21 days of relentless work, a marathon of dedication to the metal giant that housed the secrets of the skies. Here, the relentless

  • First female two-star general in the Maryland Air National Guard retires

    Maryland Air National Guard Maj. Gen. April D. Vogel, the National Guard Bureau director of the Office of Legislative Liaison, retired after 29 years of service during a ceremony in the Fife and Drum Dining Room at the Patton Hall Community Club and Conference Center, January 26, 2024.

  • The Breakfast Club

    Amidst the early morning hustle of medical personnel, Maryland Air National Guard Senior Airman Rose Gurley, a dental technician assigned to the 175th Medical Group, noticed a common struggle. Many of the Airmen were skipping breakfast due to the early working hours. Leveraging her prior experience

  • 175th Wing Airmen win four national civil engineer awards

    Four Maryland Air National Guard Airmen assigned to the 175th Civil Engineer Squadron at Martin State Air National Guard Base won 2023 Air National Guard Civil Engineer Awards and will move on to the Air Force level competition.The ANG awards program annually recognizes civil engineer units, Airmen,

  • 175th Wing celebrates top airmen from previous year

    The 175th Wing held its annual Airman Recognition Ceremony at Martin State Air National Guard Base, January 7, 2024. This ceremony was an opportunity to recognize the accomplishments of airmen from the Maryland Air National Guard – presenting awards to the Outstanding Airmen of the Year, celebrating

  • 175th Wing Fire Department helps rescue local man from frigid water

    Maryland Air National Guard firefighters teamed up with the Baltimore County Fire Department to rescue a man who fell into frigid water in a community near Martin State Air National Guard Base, December 1, 2023.The 175th Wing fire department responded to a call for mutual aid at a pier at Safe