134th ARW conducts Fire and Emergency Services exercise
134th Air Refueling Wing
Video by Tech. Sgt. Teri Eicher
May 16, 2024 | 1:10
The 134th Air Refueling Wing Inspector General conducted an exercise to assess the preparedness of emergency personnel across the Wing at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base May 16th, 2024. These exercise help units train for emergencies and ensure that Airmen are up to date on their requirements. More


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  • 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

  • Air National Guard affords Airman first taste of Europe

    One of the exciting benefits of being a member of the Air National Guard is having the opportunity to travel the world. 19-year-old Airman 1st Class David Morgan, a 134th Commander Support Staff member, recently traveled to Mildenhall, England for annual training. Originally from Chattanooga,

  • Tennessee National Guard trains to identify hazards in United Kingdom

    Emergency Management personnel from the Tennessee Air National Guard trained on Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive equipment while on temporary duty here June 11-22."Our job is to ensure that the base can respond to and recover from all hazards and natural disasters," said

  • 134th CES engineering assistants train abroad

    Engineering assistants from the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron came to Latvia to perform their normal duties but also get training not readily available at their home station, May 4-19.The EA troops had been tasked with using their equipment to lay out forms to pour concrete for slabs that buildings

  • Promotions abroad a unique opportunity

    Three Airmen from the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron were promoted to staff sergeant here, May 7.Any time a promotion comes in an Airman’s career, it is typically a good time, however, sometimes a promotion comes at the perfect time and creates an unforgettable experience.“Three of our Airmen’s

  • 134th ARW Services Airmen support DFT in Latvia

    Airmen from the 134th Force Support Squadron traveled to Latvia to support the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron on their annual deployment for training here, May 4-19. Each year the CES travels to different locations for their DFT. Typically they bring two members of Services to assist with the

  • 134th CES Conducts Training in Latvia

    Airmen from the 134th Civil Engineer Squadron traveled to Latvia for their annual deployment for training here, May 4-19.  Each year the 134th CES participates in an annual DFT to help keep skills sharp and to train new Airmen joining the ranks.“Every civil engineer squadron has to take all of their