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  • Eyes in the sky

    The 181st Intelligence Wing, Indiana Air National Guard Incident Awareness and Assessment (IAA) team, Indiana Army National Guard, and the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) teamed to conduct a training exercise June 15, 2015, at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center.Partnering with federal, civil, state, and local authorities provides an opportunity for the 181
  • 181st Intelligence Wing conducts disaster response exercise

    Airmen with the 181st Intelligence Wing arrived at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center to perform a disaster response exercise June 14, 2015.The simulated hurricane disaster exercise is a joint operation providing Airmen from the 181 IW the opportunity to conduct disaster training with state and local officials, to include the Vigo County Emergency
  • Indiana Airmen train at Camp Atterbury

    Airmen assigned to the 181st Intelligence Wing completed specialized annual training at Camp Atterbury.The training consisted of several refresher courses covering Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, performance report and award writing techniques, and Human Relations. Along with these classes, the Airmen were provided tactile training
  • 181st Intelligence Wing conducts annual training at Camp Atterbury-Muscatatuck

    Approximately 150 Airman with the 181st Intelligence Wing arrived at Camp Atterbury-Muscatatuck to perform annual training June 7, 2015.Airman from the 181st Intelligence Wing will participate with state and local officials in domestic operations training in response to a simulated hurricane disaster.The 181 IW plays an important role in disaster
  • New vice commander at the 181st Intelligence Wing

    Col. Tamala A. Saylor was appointed the 181st Intelligence Wing Vice Commander Jan. 1, 2015. Saylor began her military career as an enlisted member in 1983 with the 122nd Fighter Wing, Indiana Air National Guard, Fort Wayne, as an administrative assistant. She was commissioned as a 2nd Lt. in 1997 and transferred to the 181st Fighter Wing,
  • Happy 74th Birthday USO

    The year was 1941 and the United States was entering World War II. When the troops mobilized, several organizations assembled to support the troops of the U.S. military.President Franklin D. Roosevelt formed one organization to provide support to the troops and their families, and thus the United Service Organization was born.As the military
  • 181st Intelligence Wing Airmen Conduct No-Notice Disaster Response Exercise

    HULMAN FIELD AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Ind. -- Arctic weather and drifting snow blanket the Wabash Valley making outside activities and driving treacherous. Despite the bone-chilling weather conditions, Airmen from the 181st Intelligence Wing are routinely outside training to respond to winter storms and local disasters.Airmen from the 181st IW
  • 181st Intelligence Wing Medics Support Hoosier Youth ChalleNGe

    181st Intelligence Wing medics are supported the Indiana National Guard Hoosier Youth ChalleNGe Academy in Knightstown, Indiana Jan. 10 to 25."As citizen Airmen, we take every opportunity to refine and increase our medical skills to better support our neighbors," said 1st Lt Landon Hinman, 181st Medical Group.During the two week event, Racer medics
  • Indiana's 181st Intelligence Wing Airmen conduct no-notice disaster exercise

    Arctic weather and drifting snow blanket the Wabash Valley making outside activities and driving treacherous. Despite the bone-chilling weather conditions, Airmen from the 181st Intelligence Wing are routinely outside training to respond to winter storms and local disasters.Airmen from the 181st IW conducted Operation Polar Plunge Tuesday and
  • Air Force revamps AEF

    The Air Force will deploy Agile Combat Support Airmen under its redesigned air expeditionary force construct October 1. The primary purpose of the redesign was to look at ways to deploy more ACS Airmen with their units and standardize dwell times across the Air Force as much as possible to present a consistent Air Force capacity to the
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