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  • Family Readiness Corner: Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program receives high marks from NGB

    Disneyland's Magic Kingdom, located in Anaheim, Calif., wasn't the only landmark catching the eyes of distinguished visitors from the Pentagon and National Guard Bureau on Saturday, June 25, 2011. Like a well-oiled machine, the California Air National Guard Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program (YRRP) team, comprised of the 163rd Reconnaissance Wing
  • 129th Rescue Wing budget officer highlights changes with new CSA cards

    By the end of this August, all members of the 129th Rescue Wing in good standing with their Government Travel Card account will be enrolled in the new Controlled Spend Account card program. The new CSA card replaces the GTC for all types of official travel, including TDY's and deployments. The CSA program has been designed to eliminate some of the
  • 129th Rescue Wing rescues missing hiker on Fourth of July

    What was supposed to be a normal Fourth of July holiday with friends and family, turned into a life saving rescue mission for members of the 129th Rescue Wing.On the evening of July 3, the California Air National Guard was contacted by the California Emergency Management Agency about a potential rescue mission to find a missing hiker in the El
  • 129th Rescue Wing demonstrates water rescue at Fourth of July celebration

    Air National Guardsmen from the 129th Rescue Wing participated in Lake Tahoe's fifth annual Red, White and Tahoe Blue 4th of July Celebration in Incline Village by providing a live aerial demonstration July 3, showcasing the wing's impressive rescue mission.Utilizing the wing's MC-130P Combat Shadow fixed-wing four-engine aircraft, HH-60G Pave Hawk
  • July UTA News and Notes

    Airmen and families can use this compilation of news bits to prepare for the upcoming UTA weekend.2011-2012 UTA, ORE and ORI ScheduleUse the following schedule for drill attendance as opposed to the TAG special order M-1 dated 1 Oct 09 and M-2 dated 15 Oct 10.2011August 6-7: Vigilant Sword 11-2 Phase I ORE (Aug UTA)September 9-11: Volk field CRTC
  • 129th RQW captain shares student flight knowledge

    Capt. Bryan Williams, Student Flight coordinator for the 129th Rescue Wing, helped establish the new student flight training program for the 130th Airlift Wing in West Virginia.The program was spearheaded by Staff Sgt. Paul D. Roach, the non-commissioned officer-in-charge of the 130th Force Support Squadron's student flight, and 1st Lt. Carl B.
  • Senior health technician discusses medical readiness

    With an increasing operations tempo and multiple operational readiness assessments on the horizon, it is becoming more important for Airmen to track their medical readiness status and ensure medical currency.Six areas comprise the overall medical readiness assessment for individuals; profile status, immunizations, dental, health risk assessment
  • Family Readiness Corner: Resiliency headlines the TAG Family Readiness Conference

    "Resiliency Life Ties" was the main topic at the recent TAG Family Readiness Symposium and Commanders Conference for Family Readiness staff and volunteers.Consistent with concerns voiced by First Lady Michelle Obama, Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Biden and Mrs. Mullen, wife of Admiral Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, building
  • June UTA News and Notes

    Airmen and families can use this compilation of news bits to prepare for the upcoming UTA weekend.2011 UTA, ORE and ORI ScheduleUse the following schedule for drill attendance as opposed to the TAG special order M-1.June 4-5July 9-10August 6-7September 10-11October 1-7: Phase I/II ORE- Oct. 1-2: UTA- Oct. 3-4: February 2012 RUTA (as designated by
  • Portrait of a Professional: June 2011

    Portrait of a Professional is a monthly profile of an outstanding Staff Sergeant or below. Staff Sgt. Andrea Kratofil, the unit training manager and unit deployment manager assigned to the 129th Logistics Readiness Squadron, is featured in this month's Portrait of a Professional. What is your favorite memory in the Air Force?At basic training, when
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