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  • 121st members participate in mass fatality exercise

    Members of the 121st Air Refueling Wing Force Support Squadron and 121st Medical Group participated in the 2014 Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management Mass Fatality Full-Scale Exercise at the National Center for Medical Readiness, Fairborn, Ohio, Apr. 17, 2014. The 2014 MCOEM FSE was a one day exercise that focused on key local and
  • Deployed Airman receives Christmas phone call from President Obama

    12/26/2012 - KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, Afghanistan (AFNS) -- "Hello, President Obama? ... I'm great, how are you?"So began the most memorable phone call of a six-month deployment for Senior Airman Keshia Shutts with the 451st Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron here, who received a Christmas morning phone call from President Barack Obama.The
  • 121st Airmen welcome new home

    A ribbon cutting ceremony for a $6.4 million Security Forces/Weather Flight facility was held on April 17, 2010 at the 121st Air Refueling Wing, Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base. The building is an imperative addition to the 121st."The new facility will provide much needed space for the Security Forces and Weather Flight Airmen," 121st ARW
  • Leaders pledge support to Guard, Reserve employers

    The Pentagon's top civilian official for Guard and Reserve matters and uniformed reserve-component leaders pledged to support employers of the nation's Guard and Reserve members at a Pentagon ceremony today. Dennis M. McCarthy, assistant secretary of defense for reserve affairs, was the first official to sign the statement of support sponsored by
  • Hard work, dedication for the CES training deployment to Hungary

    The 121st Civil Engineering Squadron landed at Budapest Airport on August 1, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. local time. The chain line was immediately formed upon the opening of the aircraft door and the work began for Civil Engineering. It did not stop that day until reaching our destination at Camp Bondsteel KFor , Hungary, about three hours southwest of
  • Guard firefighters save lives in fire

    Two Ohio Air National Guard firefighters were recently credited with saving 10 civilian homes and countless lives and property when they jumped into action while volunteering in an off-base area outside of Baghdad International Airport, Iraq. Senior Master Sgt. Judson Shull, from the Mansfield-based 179th Airlift Wing, and Airman 1st Class Robert