Falcon Defender 24
134th Air Refueling Wing
Video by Tech. Sgt. Cassandra Johnson
June 14, 2024 | 2:16
134th Security Forces Airmen train alongside their Bulgarian counterparts during during an alarm response class during Falcon Defender 24, Graf Ignatievo Air Base, Bulgaria, June 11, 2024. Alarm response focused on securing a buildings and communication between on the scene defenders and BDOC personnel. Tennessee and Bulgaria are partners under the State Partnership Program, which fosters military to military interoperability in support of defense security goals nad encourages people-to-people ties to facilitate cultural understanding. More


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  • 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

  • 134th Air Refueling Wing welcomes new mission support group commander

    Col. Russell Gaby relinquished command of the 134th Mission Support Group in preparation for his retirement, and Lt. Col. Lisa Godsey assumed command of MSG on May 5 at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base. Godsey moved to this position from her role as the 134th Medical Group deputy commander.“On

  • Volunteer Airmen: 9/11 and the Modern War era

    In 2001 Americans were listening to Lifehouse, Alicia Keys, and Shaggy. Popular TV shows were CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Charmed, and Dawson’s Creek. The biggest movies to see in the theater were, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” “The Fellowship of the Ring,” and “Shrek.” The website

  • Volunteer Airmen: Desert Shield and Desert Storm

    In 1990 people were buying tickets to see “Pretty Woman,” and “Ghost.” Americans were listening to Whitney Houston, Garth Brooks, and Phil Collins, and were shocked when Grammy-winning duo Milli Vanilli admitted they were not the musicians on their records and had been lip-synching the entire time.

  • Volunteer Airmen: Operation Creek Party

    In 1967 the most popular television program was “The Andy Griffith Show,” and The Monkees sold more albums than The Beatles and The Rolling Stones combined. Lite-Brites and talking G. I. Joe action figures were at the top of children’s wish lists, and Rolling Stone Magazine printed its first issue.