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  • Lending a hand

    The 177th Security Forces Squadron has new augmentees lending a hand around the Wing.Airmen from different squadrons including civil engineering, medical, and maintenance have volunteered and taken the necessary steps to serve alongside our security forces Airmen.For Staff Sgt. Ryan Fogarty, a fire

  • Community-based initiative sets wing record with more than 100 blood donors

    More than 100 Airmen from the New Jersey Air National Guard gathered, Aug. 29, to donate blood as part of a blood drive sponsored by the Community Blood Council of New Jersey.The blood drive was coordinated by U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Diana Brown, deputy mission support group commander at the 177th

  • 177th Fighter Wing participates in local school event

    Local first responders and military personnel visited Alder Avenue Middle School in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey to celebrate the school's Not All Heroes Wear Capes event on June 9, 2015.Airmen from the New Jersey Air National Guard's 177th Fighter Wing and first responders brought equipment and

  • 177th Civil Engineering Squadron deploys to Florida for training

    A group of 48 Airmen from the New Jersey Air National Guard's 177th Civil Engineering Squadron traveled to Florida for a deployment for training at Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater and Sector St. Petersburg from May 17-30.The Airmen performed multiple types of projects ranging from pouring

  • Welcoming home World War II veterans

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from the New Jersey Air National Guard came together with members of the local community May 19 to welcome home approximately 80 World War II veterans.Members of the 177th Fighter Wing, who are in Florida for a deployment for training to work with Coast Guard Air Station

  • 177th FW Quick Reaction Force: Ready When Called Upon

    Members of the 177th Fighter Wing Quick Reaction Force took part in an on-base training exercise here May 16 to further familiarize the team with two essential QRF vehicles.The exercise consisted of behind-the-wheel training with High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles, more commonly known as a

  • 177th Fighter Wing at Combat Archer 2015

    Airmen from the 177th Fighter Wing travelled to the Gulf Coast of Florida to participate in the Air Force's air-to-air Weapon System Evaluation Program, also known as Combat Archer, from May 4 through May 15.Pilots, crew chiefs, maintainers and support staff launched and flew an average of 15 F-16