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Col. James Blanton celebrates his promotion with the assistance of family. Col. Blanton was promoted and took command of the 134th Mission Support Group in a ceremony here June 2.
Col. James Blanton accepts command of the 134th Mission Support Group by ceremoniously accepting the guidon from 134th Wing Commander Col. M. Lee Hartley. Col. Blanton was promoted and took command of the 134th MSG in a ceremony here June 2.
Chief Master Sgt. Michael Dishman accepts an award from Lt. Col. Brian Austin. Chief Master Sgt. Dishman celebrated his retirement with family and friends during a ceremony here June 2.
Chief Master Sgt. Michael Dishman accepts a career shadowbox from Lt. Col. Brian Austin. Chief Master Sgt. Dishman celebrated his retirement with family and friends during a ceremony here June 2.
Chief Master Sgt. Michael Dishman accepts a gif from Maj. Jon Barrett. Chief Master Sgt. Dishman celebrated his retirement with family and friends during a ceremony here June 2.
Spc. Kevin Quintana, a fuel supply specialist with the 1/230th Assault Helicopter Battalion Detachment 2 E Company, measures the amount of fuel being offloaded to his truck during exercise Shaken Fury June 1, 2019 at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tenn. Shaken Fury is a Federal Emergency Management Agency led exercise simulating a catastrophic earthquake along the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) near Memphis, Tenn. The purpose of the exercise was to examine and improve the community’s response to a “no-notice” earthquake, recognize shortfalls in resources, and develop a coordinated recovery strategy plan. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Young)
Master Sgt. Glen Weaver, fuels superintendent with the 134th Air Refueling Wing, and Sgt. Tyler Hollingsworth, a fuel supply specialist with the 1/230th Assault Helicopter Battalion Detachment 2 E Company, disconnect the fuel hose during exercise Shaken Fury June 1, 2019 at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tenn. Shaken Fury is a Federal Emergency Management Agency led exercise simulating a catastrophic earthquake along the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) near Memphis, Tenn. The purpose of the exercise was to examine and improve the community’s response to a “no-notice” earthquake, recognize shortfalls in resources, and develop a coordinated recovery strategy plan. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Young)
Sgt. Tyler Hollingsworth, a fuel supply specialist with the 1/230th Assault Helicopter Battalion Detachment 2 E Company, connects a hose to an Army fuel truck, preparing to receive fuel from a KC-135 Stratotanker during exercise Shaken Fury June 1, 2019 at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tenn. Shaken Fury is a Federal Emergency Management Agency led exercise simulating a catastrophic earthquake along the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) near Memphis, Tenn. The purpose of the exercise was to examine and improve the community’s response to a “no-notice” earthquake, recognize shortfalls in resources, and develop a coordinated recovery strategy plan. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Young)
Spc. Kevin Quintana, a fuel supply specialist with the 1/230th Assault Helicopter Battalion Detachment 2 E Company, measures the amount of fuel being offloaded to his truck during exercise Shaken Fury June 1, 2019 at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tenn. Shaken Fury is a Federal Emergency Management Agency led exercise simulating a catastrophic earthquake along the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) near Memphis, Tenn. The purpose of the exercise was to examine and improve the community’s response to a “no-notice” earthquake, recognize shortfalls in resources, and develop a coordinated recovery strategy plan. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Young)
Tennessee Command Chief Master Sgt., Air, Kenneth Simmons, shares a laugh with 230th Signal Company troops. Airmen from the 241st Engineering Installation Squadron and Soldiers from the 230th Signal Company came together in Catoosa, Georgia, May 9th to perform joint training. The 241st EIS Airmen provided training on heavy equipment needed to dig trenches for installation of fiber optics and other communications services.
Pfc. Leslie Foster listens as Tech. Sgt. Doug Haveman explains operation of the Vermeer RT950. Airmen from the 241st Engineering Installation Squadron and Soldiers from the 230th Signal Company came together in Catoosa, Georgia, May 9th to perform joint training. The 241st EIS Airmen provided training on heavy equipment needed to dig trenches for installation of fiber optics and other communications services.
A 230th Signal Company soldier operates the rock wheel on the Vermeer R950 as Tech Sgt. Matthew Plaas provides feedback. Airmen from the 241st Engineering Installation Squadron and Soldiers from the 230th Signal Company came together in Catoosa, Georgia, May 9th to perform joint training. The 241st EIS Airmen provided training on heavy equipment needed to dig trenches for installation of fiber optics and other communications services.
A 230th Signal Company soldier operates the rock wheel on the Vermeer RT950 as Tech Sgt. Matthew Plaas inspects the trench. Airmen from the 241st Engineering Installation Squadron and Soldiers from the 230th Signal Company came together in Catoosa, Georgia, May 9th to perform joint training. The 241st EIS Airmen provided training on heavy equipment needed to dig trenches for installation of fiber optics and other communications services.
Sgt. Shantophia Cruz listens as Tech. Sgt. Matthew Plaas explains safety functions on the Vermeer RT950. Airmen from the 241st Engineering Installation Squadron and Soldiers from the 230th Signal Company came together in Catoosa, Georgia, May 9th to perform joint training. The 241st EIS Airmen provided training on heavy equipment needed to dig trenches for installation of fiber optics and other communications services.
Pfc. Leslie Foster operates the rock wheel on the Vermeer RT950. Airmen from the 241st Engineering Installation Squadron and Soldiers from the 230th Signal Company came together in Catoosa, Georgia, May 9th to perform joint training. The 241st EIS Airmen provided training on heavy equipment needed to dig trenches for installation of fiber optics and other communications services.