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  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 164th Airlift Wing visited by Major General Brian Newby

    Maj. Gen. Brian Newby, Air National Guard Assistant to the Judge Advocate General of the Air Force, visited the 164th Airlift Wing for his Article 6 visit Nov. 5, 2016 in Memphis, TN.Article 6 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice requires the Judge Advocate General or senior members of their staff must make frequent inspection in the field in
  • Tennessee Guardsman Participate in the Worthington Challange in Canada

    Worthington ChallengeMembers of the North Carolina and Tennessee National Guard competed in the Worthington Challenge on the Canadian Army Base Capetown in Oromocto, New Brunswick, Canada Sept. 25, 2016.The Worthington Challenge is a five day armored crew exercise aimed at testing an armored crew's ability to perform various tasks as a team, while
  • Tennessee National Guard participates in Bulgarian school renovation

    Airmen from the 164th Airlift Wing, 118th Wing and 134th Air Refueling Wing, Tennessee Air National Guard, and Soldiers from the 194th Engineer Brigade, Tennessee Army National Guard, participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the village of Kabile, Bulgaria, August 24.The ceremony was held to celebrate the "grand re-opening" of the Izvorche
  • 164th Airlift Wing Observes Reveille and Retreat

    The 164th Airlift Wing Color Guard has revived the tradition of reveille and retreat on base.Reveille will be played at 0730 on Saturday morning of drill and retreat will be played at 1630 on Sunday to conclude drill."The color guard wants to help enhance the Esprit de Corp and morale of the wing by practicing all the military customs that we
  • In the Eyes of a First Sergeant

    "My job is people--everyone is my Business. I dedicate my time and energy to their needs; their health, morale, discipline and welfare." These words are part of a creed that is taken, and up held by some of the most selfless enlisted service members, the first sergeants.To some, there is a mystery surrounding the men and women that have the diamond