Footage taken during February 2013 CUE exercise.
The 36th and the 121st Fighter Squadrons from Osan and Seosan Air Bases trained together in a combined exercise. Staff Sergeant D.J. Ayres tell us how the US and the Republic of Korea work together towards a common goal. The 36th Fighter Squadron (36 FS) is part of the US Air Force's 51st Operations Group, 51st Fighter Wing, at Osan Air Base, South Korea. It operates the F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft conducting air superiority missions.
The 113th Wing is part of the District of Columbia Air National Guard, known as the "Capital Guardians." The wing provides air sovereignty forces for defense of the nation's capital, as well as fighter, airlift, and support forces capable of local, national and global employment. http://www.lockheedmartin.com/products/f16/ http://www.codeonemagazine.com/
TACPs (Tactical Air Control Party) from the Georgia Air National Guard's 156th ASOS supported F-16's from the Washington D.C.'s 121st Fighter Squadron at the Combat Readiness Training Center in Savannah, Georgia. Story by SSgt Tabitha Hurst.
The 575th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron was activated at a ceremony held Dec. 11. The 575th is part of the 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group at Ogden Air Logistics Complex, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, and is located at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph. The squadron provides T-38 maintenance, restoration and modification work for the Air Force and Navy.
The 121st FW says goodbye to the A-7D at Rickenbacker ANG, Ohio in September 1992. The end of the era of fighters for the 121st FW as they prepare to begin a new mission flying the KC-135R as the 121st ARW.
With 11 KC-135 Stratotankers from the 909th ARS, one E-3 Sentry from the 961st Airborne Air Control squadron, 24 F-15C Eagles from the 44th and 67th Fighter squadrons, four helicopters from the33rd Rescue squadrons, eight F-16 Fighting Falcons from the Wisconsin Air National Guard's 176th FS, one RC-135 Rivet Joint from the 82nd Reconnaissance squadron and one MC-130P Combat Shadow from the 17th Special Operations squadron, Forceful Tiger had 50 total Aircraft
Citizen Soldiers and Airmen across the country have been heavily involved in Homeland Security missions since the attacks of September 11, 2001. Sgt 1st Class Robert Stephenson takes a look at one Air National Guard unit from the District of Columbia that recently -- and quietly -- passed a significant milestone.
The 35th Fighter Squadron was established during World War I as the 35th Aero Squadron on June 12, 1917.
Credit: Tech. Sgt. Arthur Mondale Wright | Date Taken: 04/09/2017 Members of the D.C. Air National Guard's 113th Operations Group provides training and equipment support for members of the 121st Fighter Squadron. This feature highlights emergency egress and parachute descent training; an annual training all pilots must complete.