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134th Air Refueling Wing trains with the 194th Engineer Brigade in Domestic Operations exercise
134th Air Refueling Wing
July 9, 2020 | 0:53
Members of the 134th Security Forces Squadron recently trained alongside the Army National Guard's 194th Engineer Brigade for joint Domestic Operations training held at McGhee Tyson ANG Base. The defenders were able to accomplish routine hands-on training in a joint environment. The training helped improve overall communication techniques between the respective services.
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Scraps of recycled uniforms are piled neatly on a table, waiting to be cut into pieces destined to become face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Scraps of recycled uniforms are piled neatly on a table, waiting to be cut into pieces destined to become face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Tech. Sgt. Nikki Hammontree, 134th aerial porter, cuts templates for face masks out of recycled uniform material for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Master Sgt. Nicole Mullis, noncommissioned officer in charge of 134th Aircrew Flight Equipment, sews face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
An Airman carefully cuts recycled uniforms into manageable pieces destined to become face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
A pile of recycled uniforms waits to be cut into pieces destined to become face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base.. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Tech. Sgt. Nikki Hammontree, 134th aerial porter, cuts templates for face masks out of recycled uniform material for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Master Sgt. Nicole Mullis, noncommissioned officer in charge of 134th Aircrew Flight Equipment, sews face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Scraps of recycled uniforms rest on a table, waiting to be cut into pieces destined to become face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
A pile of name tapes removed from uniforms destined to become face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
A pile of completed masks, made out of recycled uniform material, awaits washing for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Tech. Sgt. Scott Cavin, Aircrew Flight Equipment craftsman, sews face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Master Sgt. Marcy Marriott, 134th aerial porter, traces templates for face masks on recycled uniform material for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Tech. Sgt. Michael Cepeda, 134th aerial porter, trims face masks for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.
Master Sgt. Marcy Marriott, 134th aerial porter, traces templates for face masks on recycled uniform material for members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing April 8, 2020, at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Members of the 134th ARW Aircrew Flight Equipment shop devised a way to recycle old uniforms and use materials they had on hand to craft face masks for essential military members. Joined by members of the 134th ARW Logistics Readiness Squadron, they work on the masks after completing their regular duties at McGhee Tyson.