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  • 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

  • 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

  • Ice Cream for Life

    The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines family as "a group of people united by certain convictions or a common affiliation." The members of the 164th Airlift Wing exemplify this plus more. When Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Dresten Gaboya was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, the 164th rallied to

  • Habitat for Humanity

    The 164th Mission Support Group volunteered in support of the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis Oct. 15, 2015 and for Heroes Build Day Sept.18.        Twenty seven members of the 164th MSG, alongside more than 58 other volunteers donated many hours' worth of their time to help with the

  • Memphis Airmen give back to community

    Approximately 15 members of the Tennessee Air National Guard's 164th Airlift Wing Mission Support Group, out of Memphis, Tennessee, volunteered their time at St. Jude's Ronald McDonald House, serving breakfast to more than 80 families and patients on Dec. 21, 2014. Ronald McDonald House is a no-cost

  • Reserve maintainers ramp up C-17 training for Tennessee Air Guard

    Reservists from the 446th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here are sharing their expertise with crew chiefs from the 164th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Tennessee Air National Guard, Memphis, Tenn., who are preparing for a transition from the C-5 Galaxy to the C-17 Globemaster III. Travelling to the

  • Historic 'surge' exercises airlift crisis, contingency response

    A surge of C-5 Galaxies, slated to take place Oct. 17 - 21, will bring together 18 active-duty and 23 Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command crews and aircraft to fly cargo in support of combatant commanders across the globe. The assembly of the nation's largest military airlifters will

  • Lieutenant Colonel Olen L. Spencer Retirement

    Lieutenant Colonel Lamar Spencer recently retired from the Tennessee Air National Guard after more than 38 years of service."It's amazing how fast 38 years went"' said Spencer during his retirement address.Col Spencer's most recent assignment was that of wing executive support officer. The wing

  • 164AW 45th Annual Memorial Golf Tournament

    It's that time of year again!!! Dust off your clubs and come join us for ourAnnual Memorial Golf Tournament. Please see the exacts, attached, and turnyour entry form in asap, to ensure your spot in this year's event. This isthe first time the tourney will be played at N. Creek Golf Club, so