134th Airmen conduct water survival training
134th Air Refueling Wing
Video by Senior Airman Kaylee Patterson
May 1, 2022 | 1:43
Members from the 134th Security Forces and Aircrew Flight Equipment conduct joint water survival training with fellow Army National Guardsmen and local law enforcement. More

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  • Knoxville Airmen spread holiday cheer at East Tennessee Children's Hospital

    “This is not just a 134th SFS event anymore,” said Master Sgt. Gabriel Griffin, 134th SFS unit training manager. “This event has turned into a base-wide event because everyone in one way or another, whether its manpower, monetary donations, or fundraiser events, comes together in order to raise the

  • 134th Civil Engineer Squadron recognized for design of new training center

    The Air Force Civil Engineer Center recently presented a Merit Award to the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron for its design of a newly-constructed building on the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center (TEC) campus here.Craig R. McKinley Hall, constructed in 2016 to expand the TEC campus and mission,

  • Volunteer Airmen are serving in many ways this holiday season

    Local events include a Blount County toy drive, Angel Tree, the annual Santa Cops event, and a Veteran’s food drive. “As members of the community and representatives of the Air National Guard, I think Volunteerism is incredibly important,” said Tech. Sgt. Teri Eicher, president of Junior Enlisted

  • Knoxville Airmen partner with DEA to combat opioid crisis

        The 134th Security Forces Squadron is partnering with the Drug Enforcement Agency, Knoxville office, to host Operation Take-Back, Oct. 14. Operation Take-Back is a program that collects and safely disposes of expired or unused prescription medications from anyone in the community who has base

  • Citizen Airman brings experience, perspective to further 100 ARW success

    When a manning crisis occurs in a squadron, Total Force Integration can be a lifesaver. Maj. Phillip Johnson, an aircraft maintenance officer from the 134th Air Refueling Wing, McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tennessee, has been just that. During the summer, the 100th Aircraft Maintenance

  • Augmenting the AOR: Cable Dawgs connect service members to the fight

    This story is part of the JET/IA “Augmenting the AOR” series, covering the unique missions and skill sets Airmen provide to coalition and sister-service mission partners throughout the deployed area of responsibility.Communications, in some shape or form, touch every single part of the Combined

  • Hartley assumes command of 134th Air Refueling Wing

    MCGHEE TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn. (Aug. 5, 2018) — Knoxville Airmen gathered in formation for a change of command ceremony here Aug. 5 as Col. Martin L. Hartley assumed command as the 134th Air Refueling Wing commander from Col. Thomas Cauthen.Hartley said leading the Airmen of the 134th

  • Knoxville native to assume command of 134th Air Refueling Wing

    MCGHEE-TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn. – Knoxville-native Col. Martin L. Hartley will assume command of the Tennessee National Guard’s 134th Air Refueling Wing during an official change-of-command ceremony here Aug. 5.Col. Thomas Cauthen, who has led the 134th ARW since 2011, will become

  • 134th guardsmen train with 100th Air Refueling Wing at RAF Mildenhall

    Tennessee guardsmen from the 134th Air Refueling Wing traveled to RAF Mildenhall, England for annual training June 11-22. During the two-week temporary duty Airmen completed training and worked with their active-duty counterparts learning best practices to bring home. Working with active-duty Airmen