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  • Flight of Firsts

    Spouses of Airmen assigned to the 115th Fighter Wing here were given the opportunity to ride along during a 128th Air Refueling Wing training mission that departed from Truax Field, Nov. 30, 2018.
  • Truax Field welcomes Wilhelmina Panzer, new commander of 115th MXG

    Lt. Col. Wilhelmina Panzer took over command of the 115th Maintenance Group here Dec. 1, during a change of command ceremony at the 115th Fighter Wing here.
  • 115th Fighter Wing receives Outstanding Unit Award

    The 115th Fighter Wing, Wisconsin Air National Guard received the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award (AFOUA) for exceptional service performed by the service members in the unit from 2015-2017. This is the tenth time that the 115th FW has received the award.
  • Wisconsin public affairs team volunteers provide Hurricane Florence relief

    Public Affairs broadcasters and photojournalists from the Wisconsin National Guard spent a week in South Carolina providing coverage of the flooding aftermath of Hurricane Florence from Sept. 23 - 30.
  • Pillars of the Past... "Badger Air Militia celebrates 50 years of service"

    This article first appeared in the October 1998 issue of the 115th Fighter Wing’s newsletter, the BAM. It was written by the unit historian, Technical Sergeant David P. Anderson, who is now the director of the Air National Guard’s history program in Washington, D.C.
  • Honorary Commander spotlight - Roger Erickson

    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.
  • WIANG Airmen provide support, gain training at Ramstein AB

    Approximately 30 Airmen with the Wisconsin Air National Guard, assigned to the 115th Force Support Squadron here, arrived at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, Aug. 30, to provide support as part of a movement for training mission.
  • Truax Field fulfills another chapter in Arizona Airman’s life

    Truax Field has a great deal of military history; from being an Active Army Air Base in 1942, to being Truax Air Force Base from 1952 to 1967 and now being a part of the Wisconsin Air National Guard, there is a lot of monumental military culture to be found here. For Senior Master Sgt. Oscar Torres, the fuels small section shop chief at the 162nd Fighter Wing in Tucson, Arizona, Truax Field happens to be a unique part of his family history.
  • 115th Fighter Wing Airmen Participate in 2018 External Evaluation

    Airmen with the 115th Fighter Wing, Truax Field, Wisconsin, partic­ipated in the 2018 Chemical, Biolog­ical, Radiological, Nuclear and High Yield Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) External Evaluation (ExEval) at Volk Field, Wisconsin, Aug. 16 - 17, 2018.
  • 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.