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Joint Effort: 192nd Airlift Squadron, 92nd Civil Support Team and Air Terminal Function accomplish joint training
The 192nd Airlift Squadron Loadmaster Section conducted a joint aircraft loading exercise with the Air Terminal Function personnel and the 92nd Civil Support Team from Carson City. This training provided junior loadmasters vital pre-deployment training loading a 6-Ton Ford 550 using the ground loading ramps. This also allows the 92nd CST experience with the proper loading and assisting with securing their vehicle into the C-130.
Force Support Squadron hosts Home Station Readiness Training
The 152nd Force Support Squadron hosted Home Station Readiness Training, a requirement by regulation standards, July 26-30 here. Over 100 Airmen from around the Air National Guard attended.
High Rollers’ MAFFS teams on course to surpass last year’s fire year totals at the half-way point through the fire year
The Nevada Air National Guard is only half-way through the fire year and already has amassed 434 drops with 1.2M gallons of retardant as of August 5, 2021. The totals from the entire last year’s fire year were 489 drops and 1.3M gallons of retardant. Earlier last month, the High Rollers’ participation in the MAFFS mission this year was extended to Aug. 26 at the request of the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC).
Silver Sentinel Award: Master Sgt. Janalee Morris sets the standard
The Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Ondra Berry presented the Silver Sentinel Award to Master Sgt. Janalee Morris June 11, 2021 at the Nevada Air National Guard Base. Morris was presented the award for her exemplification of the state strategic priorities and The Adjutant General’s expectations of leaders and his non-negotiables.
Celebrating Women’s Equality Day
The observance recognizing Women's Equality Day was established by Joint Resolution of Congress in 1971. Women's Equality Day is observed on the 26th day of August and commemorates the 1920 passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which gave women the right to vote. The observance has grown to include focusing attention on women's continued efforts toward gaining full equality.
LEADERS DEVELOPING LEADERS: Nevada Air National Guard invests into the Professional Development of its Airmen
Airmen from across the Nevada Air National Guard participated in the fourth-annual Battle Born Professional Development Fly-Away at the I.G Brown Training and Education Center (TEC), McGhee-Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tenn., July 26- 29, 2021.
152nd Airlift Wing “High Rollers” extended on MAFFS duty as fires continue burning across western states
The Nevada Air National Guard’s participation in the MAFFS mission this year has been extended to Aug. 26 at the request of the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC). There will also be two additional C-130 aircraft and aircrew added to the mission for a total of five military C-130 aircraft activated. The additional aircraft--one from the Wyoming Air National Guard and the other from the Air Force Reserve in Colorado--will arrive July 20.
Nevada Guardsman, movie subject, leads Nevada Storm to women’s football championship
Airman 1st Class Jasmine Plummer is reserved and shy among her peers in the Nevada Air Guard. She’s been that way her entire life.
FEELING THE BURN: 152nd CES Firefighters train at Volk Field Air National Guard Base
152nd Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) fire protection specialists participated in multiple firefighting training exercises at Volk Field Air National Guard Base June 7-9, 2021.
READINESS & COMMUNITY: High Rollers demonstrate communication capability at Resolute Hunter
Airmen from the 152nd Communications Flight tested domestic operations equipment in a simulated contested environment during Exercise Resolute Hunter at the Naval Air Station Fallon Range Training Complex beginning June 17, with the exercise running through June 30. The Airmen brought the Joint Incident Site Communications Capability package (JISCC), which has been developed to provide mobile on-scene satellite connectivity for phone, internet and radio — designed specifically for domestic operations and disaster response.