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  • Base softball game a home run for camaraderie

    Airmen and their families from the Air National Guard's I.G. Brown Training and Education Center and the Tennessee National Guard's 134th Air Refueling Wing joined for a unit Vs. unit softball game.

  • Tennessee Air and Army National Guard conduct joint training

    A crowd of Army National Guard Soldiers gathers around a giant piece of heavy equipment, as an Airman in a hard hat explains the purpose and function of the various knobs and shifters. One by one, they take turns donning hard hats and helmets, climbing into the driver’s seat, and taking the machine

  • Airman takes second place in Tennessee’s ‘Best Warrior’ competition

    An Airman from the 134th Security Forces Squadron took second place in the Tennessee Army National Guard’s Best Warrior Competition.Airman 1st Class Gene Gunter was named runner-up in the Soldier of the Year category at the state-level competition designed for Soldiers below the grade of E-4.“It was

  • Chattanooga Airmen reunite with families following Iraq deployment

    Thirteen Airmen from the Chattanooga-based 241st Engineering Installation Squadron returned home from Iraq to McGhee Tyson Airport in Alcoa, Saturday. The group is the first round of deployed Airmen in the Squadron returning to Tennessee. Three more cycles are scheduled to return home in the coming

  • Military veterans honored during National Wreaths Across America Day

    Over 500 volunteers from East Tennessee joined forces Dec. 15 to place wreaths on the headstones of military veterans at three Knoxville-area cemeteries.   The collective gesture was part of National Wreaths Across America Day, which takes place the third Saturday of December each year as a way to

  • 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,