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Interview with the chief
134th Air Refueling Wing
April 6, 2019 | 8:18
Chief Master Sergeant Mark Harris, Senior Enlisted Leader for Tennessee, interviews Staff Sergeant Darby Arnold from the 134th Air Refueling Wing.
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Chief Master Sergeant Mark Harris, Senior Enlisted Leader for Tennessee, accepts a photo of a 134th Air Refueling Wing tanker from Col. Lee Hartley, Commander of the 134th ARW. Chief Harris visited here and spoke at Commander's Call April 7.
Airman 1st Class Gene Gunter, from the 134th Security Forces Squadron, accepts the Volunteer Ready award from Col. Lee Hartley during Commander's Call here April 7. Airman Gunter placed second in the Tennessee Best Warrior Competition.
2018 Airmen of the Year winners pose with state and 134th Air Refueling Wing leadership. The winners were named at Commander's Call here April 7.
A wrecked car with a sign reading, "Don't Drink & Drive", sits within the gate of the 134th Air Refueling Wing, reminding members of the consequences of alcohol abuse. The car will be on display for the month of April in honor of Alcohol Awareness Month.
Army Sergeant Patrick Johnston, a combat medic from the 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment, begins his day-time land navigation event in the woods of Tullahoma, Tennessee. Competitors are timed on mapping coordinates to find their designated posts.
Airman 1st Class Gene Gunter puts his skills to the test during the day-time land navigation portion of the Best Warrior Competition. Competitors must map out their coordinates on a grid to find designated marked locations out in the woods of Tullahoma, Tennessee.
Members of both the Tennessee Air National Guard and Army National Guard competed in a 5-day competition to find the “Best Warrior”. Events during this competition included weapons, land navigation, a combat run, hand grenades, and more.
Tennessee’s Air National Guard Assistant Adjutant General, Jason Glass, tries his shot at the target range. Col Glass is shooting a M4 that was used earlier that morning in during the Best Warrior Competition.
Airman 1st Class Gene Gunter, a member of the 134th Air Refueling Wing Security Forces Squadron, takes a break from the heat of the competition to pose for a portrait. A1C Gunter is one of only two Air Force competitors in the 2019 Tennessee Best Warrior Competition.
Air National Guard Director, Lt. Gen. Scott Rice and Executive ANG Director, Mr. Daniel Bishop, speak with 134th Security Forces members about a Best Warrior competition they participated in recently during a visit to McGhee Tyson ANG Base. A few of the members were coined by Executive Director Bishop for thier outstanding participation. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Kendra M. Owenby, 134th ARW Public Affairs)
Air National Guard Director, Lt. Gen. Scott Rice and Executive ANG Director, Mr. Daniel Bishop, speak with 134th Air Refueling Wing Commander, Col. Lee Hartley and 134th ARW maintainers while touring a KC-135R Stratotanker during a visit to McGhee Tyson ANG Base. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Kendra M. Owenby, 134th ARW Public Affairs)
Air National Guard Director, Lt. Gen. Scott Rice received some instruction from 134th ARW Boom Operator, Tech. Sgt. Zach Dailey on the boom simulator during a visit to McGhee Tyson ANG Base. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Kendra M. Owenby, 134th ARW Public Affairs)
Air National Guard Director, Lt. Gen. Scott Rice and Executive ANG Director, Mr. Daniel Bishop are given a tour of a KC-135R Stratotanker by 134th Air Refueling Wing Commander, Col. Lee Hartley and 134th ARW maintainers while touring a KC-135R Stratotanker during a visit to McGhee Tyson ANG Base. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Kendra M. Owenby, 134th ARW Public Affairs)