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Karen Brown, a civilian contractor who specializes in moulage training, applies materials to Staff Sgt. Derek Kee's head and face in preparation for a terrorist attack response exercise at RAF Mildenhall, England. Kee is a Network Administrator with the 134th Communications Flight and was helping as a "victim" in the exercise. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Daniel Gagnon) 134th guardsmen train with 100th Air Refueling Wing at RAF Mildenhall
Tennessee guardsmen from the 134th Air Refueling Wing traveled to RAF Mildenhall, England for annual
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Airman David Morgan, 134th Commander Support Staff member, is promoted to Airman First Class during a Temporary Duty (TDY) at RAF Mildenhall.  Pictured with Morgan is Lt. Col. Todd Pinkard, 134th Mission Support Group Deputy Commander. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Daniel Gagnon) Air National Guard affords Airman first taste of Europe
One of the exciting benefits of being a member of the Air National Guard is having the opportunity
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Guardsmen from the 134th Air Refueling Wing, Tennessee Air National Guard, emergency management shop attend a training class while on temporary duty June 18, 2018 at RAF Mildenhall, England.  The members learned to work with their active duty counterparts onMultiRAE Pro equipment training. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Daniel Gagnon) Tennessee National Guard trains to identify hazards in United Kingdom
Emergency Management personnel from the Tennessee Air National Guard trained on Chemical,
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Engineering Assistants from the 134th Civil Engineering Squadron prep the ground for building concrete pads while on a project at Camp Adazi, Latvia. The Airmen traveled to the European country as part of their  annual Deployment for training May 4-19. The engineering assistants also received training they wouldn’t normally get at home station building batter boards to construct a concrete slab. 134th CES engineering assistants train abroad
Engineering assistants from the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron came to Latvia to perform their normal
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Staff Sgt. Robert Stiles, a heating ventilation and air conditioning journeyman from the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron was one of three Airmen promoted on the first day of their annual DFT at Camp Adazi, Latvia May 6, 2018. Promotions abroad a unique opportunity
Three Airmen from the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron were promoted to staff sergeant here, May 7.Any
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Staff Sgt. Brent Leach, services technician with the 134th Force Support Squadron, prepares watermelon for the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron Airmen during their annual deployment for training at Camp Adazi, May 4-19.  The services Airmen had the unique opportunity to work and train in the dining facility with Canadian military troops who ran the facility. 134th ARW Services Airmen support DFT in Latvia
Airmen from the 134th Force Support Squadron traveled to Latvia to support the 134th Civil Engineer
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Airmen from the 134th Civil Engineering Squadron construct concrete pads during their annual deployment for training May 4-19 at Camp Adazi, Latvia. 134th CES Conducts Training in Latvia
Airmen from the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron traveled to Latvia for their annual deployment for
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Col. Thomas Cauthen, 134th Air Refueling Wing commander, presents the 134th Mission Support Group guidon to Lt. Col. Lisa Godsey, MSG commander during a Change of Command ceremony May 5, 2018 at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard base, Tenn. Col. Russell Gaby, previous 134th MSG commander relinquished his command to Godsey, previously the 134th Medical Group deputy commander. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Daniel Gagnon) 134th Air Refueling Wing welcomes new mission support group commander
Col. Russell Gaby relinquished command of the 134th Mission Support Group in preparation for his
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Logo for the Air force Spark Tank competition which solicits innovative cost-cutting ideas from Airmen throughout the Air Force. (Graphic courtesy U.S. Air Force) Tennessee Airman announced as Air Force Spark Tank finalist
The Air Force announced the six Spark Tank finalists who will showcase their innovative ideas to Air Force senior leaders Feb. 23, 2018, in Orlando, Florida, at the Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium.
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Col. Vincent Franklin, out-going 119th Cyberspace Operations Squadron Commander, and MSgt Eric Konupka, 119th First Sergeant, retire the 228th Combat Control Squadron guidon. The 228 CBCS was officially retired in a ceremony on Jan. 6, 2018, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by TSgt Daniel Gagnon.) Squadron Marks History at Change of Command Ceremony
Members of the 119th Cyberspace Operations Squadron retired previous iterations of their unit at the Change of Command ceremony on Jan. 6, 2018.
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