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Which Shelter?
134th Air Refueling Wing
Oct. 1, 2019 | 8:48
Air Force installations have a variety of sheltering procedures, and Airmen often get confused about which procedure they are supposed to follow for each emergency. This video uses humor to highlight the variety of different sheltering procedures.
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Airmen with the 134th Air Refueling Wing perform a skit during training led by the 134th ARW chaplains here, July 5. The skits were performed after taking a personality test that related each individual to a certain animal. The test was part of training the chaplains hosted for the Volunteer Airmen as part of their annual training. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Melissa Dearstone)
134h Air Refueling Wing chaplain, Capt. Seth Hammond, teaches a class about appreciation in the workplace to Volunteer Airmen here, July 5. The chaplains were able to work and support the local chaplain team as part of their annual training .
134th Air Refueling Wing chaplain, Maj. Derick Wakefield, teaches a class about appreciation in the workplace to Volunteer Airmen here, July 5. The chaplains were able to work and support the local chaplain team as part of their annual training.
Members from the 134th Air Refueling Wing participated in a guided hiking tour of the Matanuska Glacier, the largest glacier in Alaska. Participants were given helmets and spikes for their shoes to help with their hike. Members saw an ice cave and were even able to fill up their water bottles with glacier water.
134th Medical Group Public Health Specialist, Chris Ray, looks over the largest glacier in Alaska, the Matanuska Glacier. Ray, along with other 134th Airmen, hiked the glacier on a guided tour.
Major Sarah Combs, a certified registered nurse anesthetist with the 134th MDG poses for a picture on top of the largest glacier in Alaska, the Matanuska Glacier. Combs planned this hike, along with some other fun Alaskan adventures with her fellow airmen.
Seven members from the 134th MDG participated in the Anchorage Mayor’s Marathon; two running the half marathon and the rest running the 5k. 1LT James Barrett, Staff Sgt. Tyler Pritchard, and Senior Airman Chris Ray all finished their 5k in record timesSeven members from the 134th MDG participated in the Anchorage Mayor’s Marathon; two running the half marathon and the rest running the 5k. 1LT James Barrett, Staff Sgt. Tyler Pritchard, and Senior Airman Chris Ray all finished their 5k in record times.
Members from the 134th MDG took to the water for a deep sea kayaking trip in Whittier, Alaska. Over the six-mile kayaking trip, airmen saw waterfalls and sea otters.
Kiril Tassev Bulgarian media representative from Nova TV films a KC-135R Stratotanker, assigned to the 134th Air Refueling Wing, Tennessee Air National Guard, before participating in a media flight during exercise Saber Guardian 19, June 14, 2019. The flight began at Sofia Airport, Bulgaria, and flew into Romania, where media were able to view the refueling of a C-17 Globemaster III, assigned to the 154th Wing, Hawaii Air National Guard, after the C-17 dropped equipment and Army paratroopers as part of exercise Swift Response 19. Both exercises promote regional stability and security, while increasing readiness, strengthening partner capabilities and fostering trust. The combined training opportunities that the exercise provides greatly improve interoperability among participating allies and partners. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Daniel Gagnon)
Lt. Col. John T. Rojas bilateral affairs officer, U.S. Embassy and Col. Lee Hartley, 134th Air Refueling Wing commander greet at Sophia Airport, Bulgaria, before participating in a media flight aboard a KC-135R Stratotanker, assigned to the 134th ARW, Tennessee Air National Guard, during exercise Saber Guardian 19, June 14, 2019. The flight began at Sofia Airport, Bulgaria, and flew into Romania, where media were able to view the refueling of a C-17 Globemaster III, assigned to the 154th Wing, Hawaii Air National Guard, after the C-17 dropped equipment and Army paratroopers as part of exercise Swift Response 19. Both exercises promote regional stability and security, while increasing readiness, strengthening partner capabilities and fostering trust. The combined training opportunities that the exercise provides greatly improve interoperability among participating allies and partners.
Kiril Tassev Nova TV, Bulgarian media representative participated in a media flight aboard a KC-135R Stratotanker, assigned to the 134th Air Refueling Wing, Tennessee Air National Guard, during exercise Saber Guardian 19, June 14, 2019. The flight began at Sofia Airport, Bulgaria, and flew into Romania, where media were able to view the refueling of a C-17 Globemaster III, assigned to the 154th Wing, Hawaii Air National Guard, after the C-17 dropped equipment and Army paratroopers as part of exercise Swift Response 19. Both exercises promote regional stability and security, while increasing readiness, strengthening partner capabilities and fostering trust. The combined training opportunities that the exercise provides greatly improve interoperability among participating allies and partners.
Major Sarah Combs from the 134th Air Refueling Wing preps for a surgery at the DoD/VA Joint Venture Hospital. Combs is a certified registered nurse anesthetist with the 134th ANG Medical Group.
Members from the 134th Medical Group traveled to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska for training with active duty members from the 673rd MDG. The Airmen are training at the DoD/VA Joint Venture Hospital as a part of the Air National Guard Medical Service's four year training cycle plan.
Master Sgt. Al Prudencio checks his microscope to look at a sample in the lab at DoD/VA Joint Venture Hospital. Prudencio is training with active duty counterparts during annual TDY.
Tech. Sgt. Travis Powers, fuel specialist assigned to the 134th Air Refueling Wing, Tennessee Air National Guard, measures and adds the fuel additive into the fuel additive injection cart, June 9, 2019, during exercise Saber Guardian 19 at Burgas Airport, Bulgaria. The USEUCOM, NATO exercise promotes regional stability and security while increasing readiness, strengthening partner capabilities and fostering trust. While training with regional allies and partners, the U.S. presence will continue to galvanize our commitment to security throughout the Black Sea and Balkan regions. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Daniel Gagnon)