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  • Montana Guardsmen go to FEMA

    More than 50 Montana Air National Guardsman left onboard a 120th Airlift Wing C-130 Hercules headed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency training center in Anniston, Ala., Sunday.

  • 120th AW technology detects airborne threats

    The 120th Airlift Wing Readiness and Emergency Management Flight received training on a new, long range contaminant detection monitor kit during the January drill here that will keep them ahead of airborne threats in state emergencies.

  • Command information

    In thinking of what to write in this month’s article one thing kept coming to my mind. “Thanks."

  • Deacon brings Catholic services to Guardsmen

    Deacon Iver Johnson of the Saints Cyril and Methodius Church in East Helena officiated a Catholic worship service during the 120th Airlift Wing’s Jan. 7 drill in the maintenance classroom.

  • 120th AW members named Airmen of the Year

    The names of five Airmen who will serve as Airmen of the Year for the 120th Airlift Wing of the Montana Air National Guard were announced in an email sent from 120th AW Commander Col. Lee Smith to wing members Jan. 8, 2017.

  • Command Information

    Another year in the books! Last month Col. Smith summed up all of the outstanding accomplishments you achieved throughout the year. I am truly in awe as I reflect back to the same time last year. It seemed like a large mountain to climb yet I had no doubt as a team we would meet and exceed all the

  • RED HORSE Airmen receive awards after first all-guard deployment

    Seventy-nine Airmen of the 219th Rapid Engineering, Deployable, Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineer, or RED HORSE Squadron, were honored Dec. 4 during an awards ceremony at Malmstrom Air Force Base for their efforts while deployed in support of operations Inherent Resolve and Freedom's

  • 219th RED HORSE's newest NCOs and SNCOs recite common creed

    The 219th Rapid Engineering, Deployable, Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineer, or RED HORSE Squadron, inducted six noncommissioned officers and seven senior NCO's here Dec. 4 at the RED HORSE structures building before the annual awards ceremony.The newly promoted members stood in front of

  • Four lieutenants promoted at 120AW

    Four Montana Air National Guard second lieutenants received their silver first lieutenant bars in a promotion ceremony held at the 120th Airlift Wing December 16.120th AW Executive Officer Maj. Maureen Maphies administered the oaths to second lieutenants Bradley J. Gauvin, Caressa L. Hewitt, Raymond

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