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  • 164th Airlift Wing Members Volunteer at the 2023 Liberty Bowl

    Airmen of the 164th Airlift Wing in Memphis, Tennessee help setup and present awards at the 65th AutoZone Liberty Bowl, featuring Memphis vs. Iowa, at the Liberty Bowl Stadium Memphis, Tennessee, December 29, 2023. When Memphis won the game, it was members from the 164th and Green County Tech Air

  • 164th AW brings interoperability during Exercise Saber Guardian 21

    Eleven Airmen assigned to the 164th Airlift Wing deployed in support of the exercise Saber Guardian 21, May 28 to June 2, 2021.  Saber Guardian 21 is a part of DEFENDER-Europe 21, which is an annual large-scale U.S. Army-led, multinational, joint exercise to build readiness and interoperability

  • Members enjoy some U of M football

    Members of the 164th attended the University of Memphis versus University of South Florida football game at the Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tenn. November 7, 2020.Every year the team has a game dedicated to military appreciation, however, this year, due to the coronavirus outbreak, they did things a

  • 164th Offers Legal Boot Camp

    The164th Airlift Wing Judge Advocate office hosted a Progressive Discipline Bootcamp Nov. 7 at the Memphis Air National Guard base, Memphis. This boot camp focused on helping frontline supervisors better utilize the formal discipline process. “It’s the first ever legal boot camp we put on,” said

  • Wing Commander completes first local flight

    Colonel Matthew G. Brancato, Commander of the 164th Airlift Wing, Memphis, Tennessee, takes his first local flight Aug. 18, 2020. The 164th is one of the Air National Guard's six strategic airlift wings whose personnel are trained and equipped to provide rapid global mobility in C-17 aircraft

  • 164th Operations Group Participate in Joint Event

    Members of the 164th Operations Group collaborated with members of 2-44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment and the Expeditionary Air Ground Liaison Element (EAGLE) of the 621st Mobility Support Operations Squadron during a joint training event at Fort Campbell, Kentucky July 30, 2020.The purpose of

  • 164th AW welcomes new commander

    Col. Matthew Brancato, 164th Airlift Wing incoming commander, formally assumed command of the 164th AW from the outgoing commander, Col. Raymond Robinson, IV, during a change of command ceremony at Memphis Air National Guard Base, Tennessee, August 1, 2020.Brancato joins the 164th AW team after

  • 164th responds to D.C. civil unrest

    Aircrew from the 155th Airlift Squadron returned the 278th Armored Calvary Regiment to the McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base in Louisville, Tennessee on June 10, 2020.The Soldiers, along with Airmen from the 134th Security Forces Squadron, Tennessee Air National Guard, deployed at the request of

  • Two Memphians bring much-needed supplies home

    Two Memphis-native C-17 pilots transported approximately 972,000 COVID-19 swab kits Thursday, April 2, 2020 to be distributed around the country. This is the seventh load of kits delivered with-in the last two weeks.1st. Lt. Bryan Burns and 1st. Lt. James Conlan were pilots along with an 11-man crew