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  • Women and the National Guard

    Today, significant social movements for equality, reclamations of dignity, and correcting societal imbalances are pervading throughout the globe. With a simple and honest exploration of societal and cultural history, one can understand and empathize with the victims, or better yet, champions, of these just and noble campaigns. The history of women in the U.S. military, and for the focus of this [article/post] the Wisconsin Air National Guard, are part of this struggle for equality and representation.
  • Wisconsin guardsmen assist in world’s greatest aviation celebration

    More than 30 citizen Soldiers and Airmen with the Wisconsin National Guard participated in EAA AirVenture here July 23 – 29, to help protect and maintain Department of Defense assets that were on display at the air show.
  • WIANG junior enlisted Airmen partake in lifetime opportunity

    Approximately 30 junior enlisted Airmen from Wisconsin Air National Guard units throughout the state participated in the Junior Enlisted Orientation Program that took place at the 115th Fighter Wing, 128th Air Refueling Wing, and Volk Field July 25-27.
  • Honorary Commander spotlight - Erik Leslie

    The 115th Fighter Wing Honorary Commanders Program is an innovative program that links military commanders with business leaders in the local community. These relationships provide the opportunity for both military and civilian professionals to gain valuable insight and perspectives of different organizations. The program also serves as a vital link for the Wis. Air National Guard to connect with and educate the public on the important missions of the 115th FW.
  • Past and Present: Historical Aircraft at EAA have ties to 115th FW legacy missions

    The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Air Venture Oshkosh is an annual gathering of aviation fans and is held each summer in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. This year the event will be July 23-29 and will feature a slew of special events, forums, workshops, static aircraft, and aerial demonstration shows. Aviation history is an integral part of the event and several aircraft from the 115th Fighter Wing's history will be there— to include a plane from the unit's current mission and potentially, one of its future.
  • 10 of 17 ANG EOD units participate in training exercise

    10 of the 17 Air National Guard Explosive Ordnance Disposal units and two international partners participated in the annual Audacious Warrior Exercise here and at Volk Field Air National Guard Base
  • Military members gain vital training, benefit local community

    Innovative Readiness Training provides a platform for military service members to conduct realistic training in a joint environment, while providing services with lasting benefits to American communities.In an effort to produce mission-ready forces and provide key health care services over 100 reserve Airmen, Sailors and Soldiers have come to
  • A Moment in History: 62 years ago Camp Williams was rededicated to Volk Field

    On June 23, 1956, Camp Williams was rededicated Volk Field by Lt. Gov. Warren P. Knowles during a ceremony in honor of 1st Lt. Jerome A. Volk, the first Wisconsin National Guard pilot killed in combat in the Korean conflict.
  • Honorary Commander spotlight - Deb Archer

    The 115th Fighter Wing Honorary Commanders Program is an innovative program that links military commanders with business leaders in the local community. These relationships provides the opportunity for both military and civilian professionals to gain valuable insight and perspectives of different organizations. The program also serves as a vital link for the Wis. Air National Guard to connect with and educate the public on the important missions of the 115th FW.
  • Air National Guardsmen provide no-cost healthcare at Alabama IRT

    Approximately 60 Air National Guardsmen from the 187th Fighter Wing in Montgomery, Ala., the 115th Fighter Wing in Madison, Wis., and the 128th Air Refueling Wing in Milwaukee, Wis. are receiving valuable deployment readiness training and providing no-cost healthcare to the citizens of lower Alabama during the 2018 Alabama Wellness Innovative Readiness Training Mission.
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