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N/a The 164th Welcomes a New Vice Wing Commander
(June 6, 2018) – Col. Gary D. Smith joins the 164th Airlift Wing as their new vice wing commander June 6 in Memphis, Tenn.Smith joins the 164th after a three year tour as the 118th Mission Support Group commander in Nashville, Tenn.Smith, being a native Tennessean, grew up in a small town northwest of Chattanooga, Tenn., where he spent his summers
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First Sergeant Symposium Shirts' symposium most significant, gathers hundreds
The Air National Guard’s training and education center hosted the largest gathering of Air Force First Sergeants in recent memory.
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Default Air Force Logo 164th Youth Lock-in
Memphis, Tenn. – Members of the 164th Airlift Wing held a “Youth Lock-in” in observance of Military Child month Apr. 13 and 14 at the Memphis Air National Guard base, Memphis, Tenn. April is Military Child month. Members of the military and community wear purple, and many organizations across the nation put together different activities to honor
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A competitor shoots while surrounded by defenders during the wheelchair basketball event in the 5th Annual Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials at the Warrior Fitness Center on Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Feb. 28, 2018. 2018 AF Warrior Games team announced
The U.S. Air Force Wounded Warrior Program is proud to announce the 2018 Air Force Warrior Games team.
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Air Force Reservist brings comic-con to military members Air Force Reservist brings comic-con to military members
Make-up, costumes and talent came together Saturday, to create a one of a kind masterpieces to showcase at the only place it seems acceptable: a comic convention. Staff Sgt. Christopher Tarantino, an Air Force reservist assigned to the 164th Airlift Wing within the Tennessee Air National Guard, hosts comic-cons to give military members and
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Logo for the Air force Spark Tank competition which solicits innovative cost-cutting ideas from Airmen throughout the Air Force. (Graphic courtesy U.S. Air Force) Tennessee Airman announced as Air Force Spark Tank finalist
The Air Force announced the six Spark Tank finalists who will showcase their innovative ideas to Air Force senior leaders Feb. 23, 2018, in Orlando, Florida, at the Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium.
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Enlistee Sabina is sworn in by her brother Major Dierk Seifert at the Memphis Air National Guard Base April 2nd 2017. Family Tradition Continues At Memphis Air National Guard
MEMPHIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Memphis, Tenn. (April 2, 2017) – One sibling passed the baton to another as the legacy of service continues for one family. Sabina Talley took the oath of enlistment into the Tennessee Air National Guard April 1, 2017 at the 164th Airlift Wing base Memphis, Tenn.Talley was sworn in by her brother, Maj. Dierk
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Default Air Force Logo Two New Chief Master Sergeants at the Tennessee Air National Guard
The 164th Airlift Wing conducted a chief induction ceremony Feb. 4, 2017 Chief Master Sgt. James Silk, 164th chief enlisted manager, and Chief Master Sgt. James Hicks, 164th Medical Group superintendent, were inducted into the chief council in front their peers and family members."The Chief Induction is a ceremony to induct all new chiefs in front
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Default Air Force Logo 164th Airlift Wing Pilots Visit Sick Children at Le Bonheur
- Pilots and loadmasters from the 164th Airlift Wing, visited Le Bonheur Children's Hospital as part of the Pilot's for Kids program Dec. 13, 2016 in Memphis Tenn.Pilots For Kids is an international organization dedicated to helping hospitalized children."It's for pilots in the local area to have an interface with kids and some time with them and
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SSgt. David Wilbur instructs the tour group 'A Taste of Aviation about the Radio Frequency antennas in use at the 164th Airlift Wing in Memphis, TN Dec.3, 2016. 'A Taste of Aviation is a regional non-profit that mentors youth and introduces them to aviation and aeronautics. 164th Airlift Wing Engages Community with Tour for Kids and Adults
The 164th Airlift Wing gave tours to three groups of kids and adults Dec. 3, 2016.The groups were touring the base to show the youths the opportunities they can have in their live."My motto is to keep looking up, so my hope is to provide an opportunity to see the different things they can do and they can be in their lives," said Thelma Rudd, Chief
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