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  • Command Information

    I attended the Air National Guard Mission Support Group Commander's Conference during the second week of March.  It was a great opportunity to listen to the various ANG Directorates discuss their policy and procedure issues, listen to deliberation on the future of the ANG, and network with some

  • Easter eggstravaganza was basket of fun

    The numerous cottontail rabbits found hopping around the 120th Airlift Wing base were joined by one very large and famous bunny rabbit March 23.The Montana Air National Guard Airman and Family Readiness Program sponsored an afternoon Easter eggstravaganza party for the children of Airmen that

  • ESGR hosts "Breakfast with the Boss" event

    Local employers and community leaders were given an introduction to the Montana Air National Guard mission, personnel and aircraft during the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) "Breakfast with the Boss" event held at the 120th Airlift Wing March 5.The participants received a "Guard

  • 120th AW members graduate Airman Leadership School

    Thirty-two Airmen completed Airman Leadership School at Malmstrom Air Force Base and participated in the graduation ceremony held at the Grizzly Bend Club and Community Center March 22.Among the Airmen who completed the course of instruction of ALS class 16-D are two members of the 120th Airlift

  • New Leadership in Security and Communications

    The 120th Airlift Wing hosted two assumption of commands in the Larsen Room March 5 for the 120th Security Forces Squadron and 120th Communications Flight.Members of 120th SFS and the 120th CF, family and friends attended the event in support of Maj. Cody B. Smith assuming command of security forces

  • WWII navigator reflects on military career

    Retired Lt. Col. Leonard Erickson has much to be proud of accomplishing during his 96 years of life.The World War II navigator fought for his country in the European and Pacific theaters and returned home after the war to become a successful businessman running a grocery store in his hometown of

  • Why all the talk about leadership?

    I often get asked, why does the military spends so much time and energy talking about leadership, I don't lead anyone.  While the first part of this statement is true, that the military and private sector spend a lot of time on leadership, I disagree with the idea that a person may not be a

  • Military kids camps and events announced

    The Montana National Guard Child and Youth Program Coordinator has announced the 2016 events and camps to be held for children of military members.Sara Cease would like guard parents to be aware of the many free opportunities available to their children beginning in April and running through

  • Brown bag seminars held at 120AW

    25 members of the 120th Airlift Wing attended the first brown bag lunch seminar hosted by 120AW Commander Col. Lee Smith in the wing dining facility Feb. 24.The lunchtime event provides wing leadership the opportunity to share new information and their insight with Airmen.The topic of the first

  • 120th Sustainment Services Shine at Silver Flag

    Fifteen Airmen from the Montana Air National Guard's 120th Sustainment Services Flight and three Airmen from the 219th REDHORSE Squadron traveled via C-130 to Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga. to participate in Silver Flag Feb. 20-26.The Airmen honed their skills at engaging in real-world base support

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