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  • Monitoring of water quality wells continue at 120th AW

    Eighteen new groundwater monitoring water wells were recently installed at the 120th Airlift Wing.
  • 219th RHS personnel complete projects in Israel

    Members of the 219th RED HORSE Squadron completed major construction projects while deployed to Israel during the summer of 2017.
  • MTANG Airmen prepare dinner for annual community event

    Twelve Montana Air National Guard Airmen and retirees arrived at the 120th Airlift Wing Dining Facility at 4 a.m. Christmas Eve to prepare 50 turkeys to be cooked for the 25th Annual Danny Berg Memorial Christmas Dinner.
  • MTANG Airmen share stories of humanitarian mission

    A Montana Air National Guard C-130 Hercules aircraft and flight crew participated in humanitarian missions to provide relief for areas affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria September 15-28.
  • 219th RHS deploys to Puerto Rico

    Twenty-six members of the 219th RED HORSE Squadron of the Montana Air National Guard deployed to the United States territory of Puerto Rico to assist with Hurricane Maria relief efforts Oct. 11, 2017.
  • 219th RHS Airman awarded top Army school honors

    219th RED HORSE Squadron Emergency Manager Master Sgt. Coltin Sweeney graduated as distinguished honor graduate of the United States Army Air Assault School at Fort Hood, Texas September 23.
  • New MTANG chiefs inducted

    Montana National Guard senior leadership, officers and enlisted personnel, family members and friends gathered at the Meadowlark Country Club during the evening of October 14 to witness four members of MTANG inducted into the United States Air Force enlisted grade of chief master sergeant.
  • Farewell to Col. Mark Snyder

    Col. Mark Snyder, the commander of the 120th Medical Group, retired during a retirement ceremony held at the Great Falls Air Host, Sept. 9 after 41 years military service.
  • Mock DUI demonstrates real consequences

    More than 100 people witnessed a car crash that left a passenger dying and the driver frantically calling 911 for help. The staged event at Malmstrom Air Force Base wasn’t a real tragedy, but it demonstrated the real-life consequences resulting from an individual choosing to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • RED HORSE squadrons celebrate 20th anniversary

    Current RED HORSE members, their family members and retirees of two combined squadrons based at Malmstrom Air Force Base celebrated the 20th anniversary of the heavy construction units’ activation in the Airfields Building July 20, 2017.
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