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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Alyssa Uribe, 144th Operations Group aircrew flight equipment technician, conducts a routine inspection on a harness as part of Red Flag 16-1 held at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Feb. 3, 2016. Uribe and the rest of the 144th OG AFE team complete thorough inspections on all the 194th Fighter Squadron pilots’ flight equipment before every mission to ensure the safest flight every time. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Klynne Pearl Serrano) 144th AFE Airmen support pilots at Red Flag 16-1
The 144th Operations Group aircrew flight equipment team plays a big role in getting the 194th Fighter Squadron pilots ready to fly missions, day and night,  during Red Flag 16-1.The AFE team conducts routine inspections on all of the pilots' gear: g-suits, survival kits, harnesses and oxygen masks, to name a few. They ensure that everything is
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2016
A United States Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker, deployed from McConnell Air Force Base, Kan., flies toward the exercise area to participate in Exercise Vigilant Shield 16 over the high Arctic Oct. 22, 2015. From Oct. 15-26, 2015, approximately 700 members from the Canadian Armed Forces, the United States Air Force, United States Navy and the United States Air National Guard are deploying to Iqaluit, Nunavut, and 5 Wing Goose Bay, Newfoundland, Labrador for Exercise Vigilant Shield 16. (US Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Christian Jadot/released) From the F-16 to the F-15; Future Operating Capability
It has been over two years since the 144th Fighter Wing started converting to a different type of aircraft to ensure the future operating capability of the unit. The 144th FW, out of Fresno, Calif., is preparing to declare that it is a fully operational F-15C Eagle unit on March 1, 2016. The 144th FW stopped flying the F-16 Fighting Falcon on
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2016
U.S. Air Force Maj. Benjamin Bonnes, 144th Medical Group flight surgeon, joined the Air National Guard after completing emergency medicine residency at Johns Hopkins, Md. Bonnes is a full-time civilian emergency physician in Oakland, Calif., and a part-time Air Force flight surgeon. He serves and trains at the Fresno Air National Guard Base one weekend every month on top of any additional training exercises scheduled throughout the year. (U.S. Air National Guard illustration by Senior Airman Klynne Pearl Serrano) Emergency Physician Flies High With ANG
There is great demand for medical professionals in the civilian world, and more so in the U.S. military. Military commissioned officer training programs allow civilian physicians a chance to serve their country as leaders in the medical field.U.S. Air Force Maj.  Benjamin Bonnes, 144th Medical Group flight surgeon, joined the Air National Guard
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2015
U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Arturo Cano, 144th Logistics Readiness Squadron logistics plans superintendent, and U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Micaelah Aleman, 144th LRS logistics plans NCO in charge, are two out of many Air Guardsmen behind the scenes who contribute to the mission’s success at the Fresno Air National Guard base. (Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Klynne Pearl Serrano/Released) 144th LRS logistics plans: First in, last out
The 144th Logistics Readiness Squadron logistics plans office plays a vast role in the success of the 144th Fighter Wing's mission. The logistics plans office implements plans moving personnel, aircraft, cargo and other military assets downrange and for training missions."We're like conductors of an orchestra," said U.S. Air Force Senior Master
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2015
A member of the 144th Security Forces Squadron stands guard in a observation tower while taking part in a field training exercise at Camp Corum, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. on Aug 4, 2011.  The Security Forces Squadron exercised at a training site deep into the Mojave Desert for the five day engagement which focused on night operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by MSgt. David J. Loeffler) FTX: Desert Fox
A hot desert wind rips across the valley floor as airmen of the 144th Security Forces Squadron peer through night vision goggles into the quiet night. Practicing strict noise discipline they wait for enemy probing and attack from the opposing forces. Music, foreign to the ears of the American airmen, is blasted from a distant loud speaker and is
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2011
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