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  • The 177th Fighter Wing holds Maintainer for a Day program

    ATLANTIC CITY AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, New Jersey –Staff Sgt. Tatiana Rivera, customer support noncommissioned-officer-in-charge with the 177th Force Support Squadron, volunteered with the maintenance squadron for a Maintainer for a Day partnership on June 24, 2022. The program provided

  • New Jersey Airmen Awarded

    The New Jersey Air National Guard's 4th Annual Awards Luncheon was held at New Jersey National Guard Joint Force Headquarters on June 22, 2022. The awards program recognizes the best of the best and further validates their professional standards as Leaders, Wingmen, and Warriors. The competition was

  • New Jersey Airman competes in Best Warrior

    Twelve Soldiers and one Airman geared up for the ultimate face-off: finding out who was the New Jersey National Guard’s Best Warrior this year during the state’s annual competition April 19-21.

  • 108th Wing gets new Command Chief

    Chief Master Sgt. Christian Skierski accepts responsibility as the 108th Wing Command Chief during a ceremony held March 5, 2022 at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. Outgoing Command Chief Master Sgt. Holly Rivera relinquished responsibility of the position and celebrated her retirement from

  • New Jersey Air Guard serves Vineland veterans

    James Dow watches as U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Edward D. Simms places a bowling ball on a bowling ramp in front of him.Dow, a resident of the New Jersey Veterans Memorial Home at Vineland, lines up the ramp in the lane and both he and Simms watch as the ball knocks down all but one pin.For Simms,

  • 177th Fighter Wing hosts ANG’s first Production Assessment Team

    The 177th Fighter Wing is hosting a team of eight Air National Guard staff and field-level experts Feb. 22-25, to explore ways Airmen can increase the number of aircraft, in this case F-16C Fighting Falcons, ready and available for training and combat missions.