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Col. Peter Geleskie, flight surgeon for the 118th Medical Group, receives the group’s guide-on flag from Col. James Hagar, vice commander of the 118th Wing, in a change of command ceremony on Sept. 9, 2018 at Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Nashville, Tennessee. Geleskie assumed command of the group from the out-going commander, Col. Joseph Benson. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Anthony Agosti)
Members of the 118th Wing participate in a team building project during their annual training held at the Air Dominance Center in Savannah, Ga. Aug. 16, 2018.
Members and augmentees of the 118th Security Forces Squadron participate in a use of force training exercise at Berry Field Air National Guard Base in Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 31, 2018. This training is held annually as a refresher course in selecting appropriate action, appropriate level of force, and shoot/no shoot scenarios. (U.S. Air National Guard video by Tech. Sgt. Darrell Hamm)
A photo illustration showing a plastic bottle being tossed into a recycling bin. The photo was used to represent the recycling efforts being done at the 118th Wing.
Col. Jason Glass, the Assistant Adjutant General of Tennessee for Air, conducted an air commanders workshop at the 118th Wing in Nashville, Tenn. on July 18, 2018.
118th Security Forces Squadron deploys to Southwest Asia in support of U.S. Central Command.

118th Wing Mission

Enable global delivery of kinetic and non-kinetic effects through multidisciplinary Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) mission execution, sustained by organic Mission Support and Medical personnel.  Additionally, provide capabilities and resources to support state and domestic emergency response and recovery operations.

118th Wing Contacts

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(615) 660-8607

Recruiting Office
(615) 660-8060
Email
http://www.goang.com/

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#TeamBerryField we are proud of you!
Local police officer from the @FranklinTNPD among nine other local law enforcement to deploy.
Don't miss this on July 21st!
Big Thanks to Mark Hall-Walker for sending us this photo! The 118th Honor Guard presented the colors of our great nation on July 4, 2018 at the Nashville Sounds game! Great photo!
Have a safe and happy 4th! 🇺🇸
As we enter another hurricane season, the 118th stands ready to assist and serve the homeland. #AlwaysReadyAlwaysThere
Our EMTs train to save lives! A five day EMT refresher course was held at Berry Field last week. Medics trained on trama scenarios such as motor vehicle accidents, hospital emergency medical response, and stabilization of patients. Medical members are required to maintain the EMT National certification based on their Air Force Specialty Code. In order to maintain this certificate, members must have a current state EMT license and successfully completed a state-approved EMT refresher course every two years. This is important training that helps save lives in not only our local community but in times of need! 👨‍🚒⛑️🚒🚑
Our EMTs train to save lives! A five day EMT refresher course was held at Berry Field last week. Medics trained on trama scenarios such as motor vehicle accidents, hospital emergency medical response, and stabilization of patients. Medical members are required to maintain the EMT National certification based on their Air Force Specialty Code. In order to maintain this certificate, members must have a current state EMT license and successfully completed a state-approved EMT refresher course every two years. This is important training that helps save lives in not only our local community but in times of need! 👨‍🚒⛑️🚒🚑
Service Before Self: One Airmen's journey from Iraq to the Guard is a three part series with this story as our final portion. Can you imagine being in a war torn nation and then trying to start a new life in America? Here's Senior #Airmen Alzubaidi's story of #courage and #servicebeforeself. Air National Guard Director I Air National Guard I Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air National Guard I Tennessee Air National Guard Recruiting
Congratulations to Col. Smith, our previous 118th Mission Support Group commander. He will now serve as the Vice Wing commander at the 164th Airlift Wing!
Congratulations to Brig. Gen. Jason Cripps, Chief of Staff - Air, Tennessee National Guard on his retirement. General Cripps retired after 33 years of service and we will all miss him. Thank you General for your many years of service and dedication to the state of Tennessee and our nation.
Congrats to our fellow #Airmen Tech. Sgt. Russell Logan (ret.) at the 164th Airlift Wing!
#TeamBerryField did you know that we have a certified Cross Fit gym on base? Contact 2d LT Greg Allen for more information!
On June 6, 1944, the Allied Forces landed troops on Normandy beaches for the largest amphibious landing in history -- Operation Overlord (D-Day) -- beginning the march eastward to defeat Germany. In a larger stragetic sense, the successful Allied landing in France is a psychological blow to the German occupation of Europe and calls into question the German Army's ability to control Western Europe. May we never forget the sacrifices made to defeat evil.
The 105th Weather Flight was busy at National Training Center/Fort Irwin this May. Staff Sgt. Smith and Senior Airmen Rozycki helped provide support for the 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment. Here, they are building a TMQ 53 weather system. Weather is an important part of mission planning. ⛈️🌤️ (Photo courtsey of Tech. Sgt. Ilaan Ghadelene)
118th Mission Support Group Change of Command.
Congratulations to Colonel Nelson. She was the first woman to be promoted to the rank of Colonel at Berry Field. She also took command of the 118th Mission Support Group just a day after she was promoted! Great things to come for the 118th Mission Support Group and Berry Field! 🇺🇲