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CMSgt. Robert Beasley
Command Chief, 181st Intelligence Wing Chief's Comments
Greetings Racers,     As the 181st Intelligence Wing Command Chief, I am especially honored and humbled to serve with every one of you; the outstanding members of the Indiana Air National Guard--our strong, forward-thinking, dynamic team.  I truly appreciate the sacrifices our families make to enable us to carry out our mission.  Every Airman in
0 5/18
2016
Col. L. Kip Clark
Commander, 181st Intelligence Wing Commander's Comments
     Unity - Our Wing provides our Nation with a diverse set of missions and skill sets. This diversity poses many challenges; however, it also provides incredible and unique capabilities to effectively serve our Community, State and Nation.     For example, the combined deployable capabilities which reside in the 181st Mission Support Group enable
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2016
Lt. Col. Matthew Brown Commander's Comments
     I have recently been trying to read more since I have finally reached a point in my life where I can "read for pleasure" versus "required reading" for a class, course, or the dreaded PME reading! What I have discovered is I am a fan of Winston S. Churchill who was Prime Minister of Great Britain during World War II. Depending on what you read
0 10/24
2013
Chief Master Sgt. Scott Winegar
181 IW/CF Chief's Comments
When Is It Time To Go?     My first two Chiefs Comments were entitled "Why am I here?" and "What do I do now?" In "Why am I here?" we reviewed the benefits of membership and some satisfactions a person could receive as a member of our Profession of Arms. In "What do I do now?" we looked at The Enlisted Force Structure's mandate to maintain the
0 10/24
2013
Colonel Shane Halbrook, Commander, 181 IW/MSG Commander's Comments
     It's an honor and a pleasure to return to the 181st as the Mission Support Group Commander. I returned to the 181st one year ago, following my assignment as Commander of the 4-19th Agricultural Development Team (ADT) in Afghanistan. It was a privilege to lead a group, which included fellow Racers: Master Sgt. Poole, Tech. Sgt. Quyle, Tech.
0 7/31
2013
Chief Master Sgt. Jeffrey Ennen, 181 IW/SFS Chief's Comments
     The Enlisted Force Structure defines us as airmen. It is comprised of three distinct and separate tiers, each correlating to increased levels of training, education, technical competence, experience, leadership and managerial responsibilities. Our focus on performance is important for the development of skills, leadership abilities and
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2013
Chief Master Sgt. Paul A. Lybarger
181st Civil Engineering Sqd. CHIEF'S COMMENTS
     "Excellence in all we do"- our third core value and one that I believe we exemplify here at Hulman Field. I think it is much easier to do excellent things when you are surrounded by good attitudes and excellent people. Like all of the core values we must live by them daily, at home or at work, and truly make them part of our lifestyle.     So
0 5/23
2013
Capt. John A. Petrowski
Commander, 181st Communications Flight COMMANDER'S COMMENTS
     In a recent letter published in Air Force Magazine's April 2013 edition, Lt. Gen. Stanley Clarke III, Director of the Air National Guard reminded readers that "Defending the homeland 24/7 is and always has been the (Guard's) No. 1 priority mission....an absolute no-fail mission."      On the morning of April 15, 2013, members of the 1st and
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2013
Lt. Col. Kyle Noel, Commander, 113th ASOS COMMANDER'S COMMENTS
Welcome from the 113th Air Support Operations Squadron. When I was informed that it was my turn to write the Commander's Comments for the upcoming edition of the Racer Flyer, I was not sure what I wanted to write about. After thinking on it, I decided to write about individual responsibility and standards of behavior. More specifically, how each
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2013
ChiefMaster Sgt. Robert Beasley, 181IW/DGS CHIEF'S COMMENTS
"Guardians of Freedom"Our focus for the last several years has been on the transformation of the 181st Intelligence Wing and the skill-set that each and every member brings to the fight. For several years, the Air National Guard has been referred to as "Guardians of Freedom," a theme that truly sets the National Guard apart. On November 1, 2011,
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2013
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