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  • Culture Challenge

    “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” Peter Drucker Largely attributed to the late management guru, this phrase permeates American business and government lexicon. At a recent strategic planning meeting, we discussed “culture versus strategy” at length while trying to capture a new strategic end state for the NVANG in 2030. The question remains, what is the relative importance that culture has on an organization as it relates to the execution of strategic, operational or tactical objectives?
  • 152nd Airlift Wing Welcomes New Commander

    The 152nd Airlift wing welcomed Col. Jacob Hammons as new Commander at a change of command ceremony at the Nevada Air National Guard base in Reno, Nev.
  • Nevada Air National Guard Fire Department on “fire” at the Beer and Chili Festival

    The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino held its annual Beer and Chili festival on October 19th and 20th and the Nevada Air National Guard firefighters walked away winners.
  • High Rollers fly with Navy, other services during Resolute Hunter Exercise

    The 192nd Airlift Squadron participated in Exercise Resolute Hunter at the Naval Air Station Fallon Range Training Complex (FRTC) from Oct. 21 to 25. The Fallon Naval Air Station (NAS Fallon) and Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center (NAWDC) are the Navy’s premier Weapon Tactics Instructor (WTI) schools and they’re located well within flying distance for the High Rollers out of Reno.
  • 2019 Haunted Hangars

    The Airman and Family Readiness Program Manager, and the Nevada Army National Guard Child & Youth Coordinator hosted a Kids Halloween event on October 25, 2019 at the Nevada Air National Guard Base. Adults and Kids dressed up like ghosts, goblins, action heroes and various other very creative Halloween Costumes, taking part in activities and games at the “Haunted Hangars” that included bean-bag toss, pumpkin decorating and hay rides.
  • November is National American Indian Heritage Month

    Honoring our nations: Building strength through understanding
  • POW MIA Recognition Day with Diana Brown

    Diana Brown, the daughter of Nevada Air National Guard’s only combat fatality, 1st Lt. Frank Salazar, spoke to Airmen on the 40th anniversary of the first POW/MIA Recognition Day.
  • Maintainers secure Nevada Air Guard's second consecutive Excellence in Diversity award

    The Nevada Air National Guard won its second consecutive National Guard Bureau Excellence in Diversity award in the category of Best Air National Guard unit at the Professional Education Center in North Little Rock, Arkansas last month.
  • Nevada Air Guard general to lead capital directorate, Walter Reed medical network

    Brig. Gen. Shanna Woyak, Nevada Air National Guard, assumed authority of the National Capital Regional medical directorate during a ceremony Wednesday at Walter Reed National Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Tallest Airman makes short work of marksmanship match field

    At first glance, most people would feel confident guessing which sport Master Sgt. Michael Moore – the tallest Airman in the Nevada Guard at 6 feet 10 inches tall – excelled in while attending Reno’s Hug High in the early 2000s.
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