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  • 118th Wing Change of Command 2022

    The incoming and outgoing leaders of the 118th Wing salute the wing’s Airmen November 5, 2022, at Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Nashville, Tennessee. Col. Todd Wiles surrendered command of the 118th Wing to Col. Ted Geasley in a formal change of command ceremony in front of every Airman in

  • 118th Wing conducts its largest combat readiness exercise

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee’s 118th Wing conducted the largest combat readiness exercise in its history at Berry Field Air National Guard Base April 5-9 to prepare for potential near-peer conflicts.Near-peer is a term used in the military to identify nations of similar military strength and

  • 118th Medical Group train for expanded tactical care mission

    VENTURA, CA -- On the sun-scorched, rolling hills outside Ventura, California, four medical tents bustle with activity as dozens of Air Force medical personnel attend to wave-upon-wave of patients. Medics are pushed to the limit by the number of injured and the ensuing chaos resulting from a mass

  • 247th IS Airmen support operations in Last Frontier

    NASHVILLE, TN -- Four thousand miles from home, a group of 247th Intelligence Squadron (IS) Airmen from the Tennessee Air National Guard, are participating in a unique, multi-year mission to augment active duty troops in real-world intelligence operations.Stationed at the Alaska Missions Operations

  • Berry Field Welcomes ANG Command Chief

    Chief Master Sgt. Maurice Williams, command chief, Air National Guard (ANG), visited the 118th Wing at Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Nashville, Tenn. on April 23, to view operational missions up-close.Williams, the highest-ranking enlisted leader amongst the 91,000 ANG enlisted members, got a

  • A First in AF History: FSS Airmen Complete Extreme Cold Weather Course

    The U.S. Army’s Cold Weather Operations Course (CWOC) is an extreme cold weather survival and training course. It’s common to see Army Rangers and Navy SEALs taking part in it.However, two Airmen from the 118th Wing achieved something no one else has up to this point, becoming the first force