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Mountain Ice 2022
134th Air Refueling Wing
Video by Staff Sgt. Brandon Keys
Nov. 5, 2022 | 1:47
Soldiers and Airmen from the Tennessee National Guard engaged in their annual Mountain Ice exercise inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in November 2022. The joint force training helps these Tennessee Guardsmen be better prepared to assist state and local agencies with clear communications via satellite and radio capabilities, in the event of a natural disaster. More


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  • A-10s delight crowds at Smoky Mountain Air Show

    The U.S. Air Force’s A-10C Thunderbolt II Demonstration Team participated in the 2022 Smoky Mountain Air Show here Sept. 10 to 11, co-hosted by the 134th Air Refueling Wing.The A-10 Demonstration Team’s mission is to display the capabilities of the Air Force’s premier close air support aircraft and

  • McGhee Tyson uses emergency center design to run air show

    Air shows don’t fly themselves; so who is in the cockpit?The Tennessee Air National Guard’s 134th Air Refueling Wing leadership selected an Emergency Operations Center structure as the way to conduct business for smooth sailing, or rather flying, during the 2022 Smoky Mountain Air Show.Emergency

  • McGhee Tyson ANGB hosts air show

    MCGHEE TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn.— The 134th Air Refueling Wing welcomed more than 100,000 community members as it hosted the Smoky Mountain Air Show Sept. 10 and 11.

  • Knoxville Airmen host '"Pilot for a day"

    MCGHEE TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn.- Elliott Crabtree, age 7, was chosen to be "Pilot for a Day" here. Crabtree got to tour different facilities around the base and meet Airmen from the 134th ARW. (Air National Guard photo by: Staff Sgt. Melissa Dearstone)

  • ANG course prepares Airmen as instructors

    The Air National Guard Instructor Certification Program is a course designed to teach Airmen how to develop lesson plans and effectively teach them to their fellow Airmen.ICP is held approximately six times a year and is taught over a two-week, 80 hour, time period. “This course is only offered here