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  • SFS member earns honors at ALS graduation

    A Montana Air National Guard Airman attending Satellite Airman Leadership School class 16-6 was awarded two prestigious honors during his graduation June 30, 2016.Senior Airman Jedidiah Polk received a Distinguished Graduate Award and the Academic Achievement Award during the ceremony held at the

  • Two online classes available for CCAF credit

    Airmen pursuing Community College of the Air Force Associates of Applied Science degrees have an opportunity to pick up free college-level online classes that may help satisfy CCAF education requirements.The Air Force Culture and Language Center (AFCLC) is offering two distance learning courses

  • Command information

    Leading ourselves is the greatest leadership challenge we will face!In my last article in March, we discussed leadership and how it is an intense journey into self-awareness, and that leadership is also about assisting moving organizations and others from "here" to "there." This month I would like

  • Summer camp serves military kids

    Nestled in the mountains near Monarch, Mont. is Camp Rotary, complete with a creek, lodge, cabins and a pavilion.Each year children of Montana National Guard members converge at this location to participate in a week-long adventure called Camp Runnamucka.Camp organizers say the goal is to serve

  • Retiree returns to take wing’s first space-a flight

    A single Montana Air National Guard retiree sat in the small air terminal awaiting his call to board one of the 120th Airlift Wing's C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft here July 18.Robert Marquard retired from the Montana Air National Guard in 2006 after 40 years of service and is now eligible to take

  • Command information, communication

    Taking a look back over the last 35 years of my career I often reflect on how methods and means of communication have changed.  The evolution of conversation has been nothing short of profound; we are emailing, cell phoning, texting and posting on social media at an incredible rate. Simply put we

  • STARBASE hosts military kid's camp

    More than 40 children of military members enjoyed a weeklong summer camp hosted by the STARBASE program located at the 120th Airlift Wing June 13-17.STARBASE Summer Academy offered students in fourth through eighth grade a chance to further their interests in the science, technology, engineering and

  • New DPH introduced

    A new director of psychological health for the Montana Air National Guard is enjoying serving Airmen and their family members from her 120th Airlift Wing office.Elizabeth Crabtree brings a wealth of experience as a behavioral health provider to the wing. A licensed clinical social worker possessing

  • New SARC at work at MTANG

    The new Montana Air National Guard Sexual Assault Response Coordinator brings exceptional education and experience to work with her at the 120th Airlift Wing.Debra Glenn, a licensed clinical social worker, earned her master's degree in social work from the University of Wyoming.Before coming to work

  • Another stripe another chapter

    Family, friends, wing leadership and distinguished guests gathered to honor seventeen 120th Airlift Wing Vigilante's new non-commissioned officers and six senior non-commissioned officers who were inducted June 4 in the Larsen Room here.The NCO and SNCO induction ceremonies celebrate individuals

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