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  • Investing in the Future

    The Air National Guard is a unique organization that is involved in community work nearly year-round. While we may be known for our specialties in providing personnel and support for military operations overseas, performing homeland response or even working events such as the Special Olympics, some outreach goes unseen while its impact is far reaching.
  • 130th Airlift Wing returns home from deployment

    After being away from home since July, the last of more than 100 deployers from the 130th Airlift Wing celebrated their homecoming and record-setting deployment with fellow 130th AW members, family and friends Nov. 4 through 7, 2017.
  • Farewell, Chief Boyles

    Chief Master Sgt. David Boyles, a loadmaster supervisor at the 130th Airlift Wing, flew his final flight (“fini flight”) Nov. 3, 2017 after providing 41 years of service to the United States Air Force and the West Virginia Air National Guard.
  • Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Sets 3-year Record Mission Capability Rate

    SOUTHWEST ASIA -- The 386th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Blue Aircraft Maintenance Unit, achieved a three-year high mission-capable rate of 95.8 percent during September.This accomplishment comes at a time when the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing flew the most C-130H Hercules sorties in five years, primarily supporting Combined Joint
  • Chief's Corner - October

    In a SmartBrief on Leadership, Eric McNulty wrote, “Principles, unlike rules, give people something unshakable to hold onto yet also the freedom to take independent decisions and actions to move toward a shared objective.”
  • Serving Nation and State: W.Va. doctor's storied 46-year career

    Lt. Col. John Lackey is seen as a fixture in the 130th Medical Group here at McLaughlin Air National Guard Base, where many people cross paths with the happy-go-lucky, white haired 65-year-old flight physician, but most don’t know his story. Lackey has 46 years of service treating patients, delivering babies, and performing surgeries to name a few, but there is much more to his story than that.
  • Dining Facility remodel gives Guardsmen a sense of pride

    Airmen from the 130th Airlift Wing were treated to lunch in a newly updated dinning facility this drill weekend thanks to the expertise of the 130th Civil Engineer Squadron and contractors who completed the project. New booth seating, furniture and floors were some of the updates patrons enjoyed while visiting the facility.
  • West Virginia Air National Guard provides critical support for Hurricane Maria relief operations

    The West Virginia National Guard has once again answered the Nation’s call for help this week by providing C-130 Hercules and C-17 Globemaster III aircraft and crews, as well as additional ground support, for the response efforts in Puerto Rico following the devastation from Hurricane Maria.
  • West Virginia Air National Guard Supports Air Show at Yeager Airport

    Over the weekend of September 29-30, 2017, more than 25 different aircraft took to the skies above Charleston, West Virginia, as part of the 70th Anniversary Air Show. This air show was sponsored by Yeager Airport in Charleston, with support from West Virginia Air National Guard’s 130th Airlift Wing.
  • 130th Airlift Wing celebrates 70th Anniversary

    Nov. 3, 1947 marks the 70th anniversary of the West Virginia Air National Guard. On this special occasion, we pause to thank the men and women who have served in the 130th Airlift Wing and transformed it into the prestigious unit that it is today.
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