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  • 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

  • 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.

  • MTANG trains in Slovenia

    More than 35 members of the 219th RED HORSE Squadron and the 120th Airlift Wing of the Montana Air National Guard participated in Exercise Related Construction in June while deployed for training in Postonja, Slovenia.

  • 219th RHS father and son deploy

    The 219th RED HORSE Squadron Senior Enlisted Leader, Chief Master Sgt. Brian Furr, participated in a deployment for training with his son, Airman 1st Class Austin Furr, for the first time to the country of Slovenia in June.

  • RED HORSE Airman sees the world

    “I heard about two (deployment for trainings) coming up and when I saw that they were overseas I got really excited,” said 219th RED HORSE Squadron Airman 1st Class Michael Wisherd.

  • 120th Operations Group receives new commander

    Lt. Col. Trace Thomas assumed command of the 120th Airlift Wing Operations Group during an assumption of command ceremony during the regularly scheduled drill May 6 in the ops group auditorium.

  • Command information

    I want to start by simply saying “Thank You”. It has been an absolute honor and a privilege to be your commander these past two-plus years and I can’t thank you enough for what this experience has meant to me both personally and professionally.