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  • Free Tuition Lures Guardsmen back to School

    The Tennessee STRONG (Support, Training, and Renewing Opportunity for National Guardsmen) Act, which went into effect in in the summer of 2017, reimburses 100 percent of tuition for Tennessee National Guardsmen working towards a first time associate or bachelor’s degree, and has caused quite a buzz amongst the state’s service members.
  • Yellow Ribbon Program Helps Families of Deployers

    The 10th annual Yellow Ribbon event to help prepare troops and their families for deployment was held at the Inn at Opryland in Nashville, Tennessee on Feb. 3, 2018.
  • The Importance of Being Ready for the War Fight

    Being in a constant state of readiness requires a great deal of work and diligence. The 118th Wing is going to great efforts in making sure their Airmen have the proper training essential to staying ready.
  • 118th Security Forces member receives rare Louis H. Fischer award

    Airman First Class Cody Rager, a security forces defender with the 118th Wing, was awarded the Louis H. Fischer Award during his graduation ceremony for Apprentice Course U.S. Air Force Security Forces Academy Jan. 30, 2018 at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas
  • President Trump visits Nashville

    President Donald Trump lands at Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Nashville, Tennessee on Jan. 8, 2018.
  • 118th PRIME POWER team to deploy in response to Hurricane Maria relief

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Airmen from the 118th Wing’s Civil Engineer Squadron, Tennessee Air National Guard, will deploy today, Oct. 4, 2017 in support of Hurricane Maria relief efforts. 16 Airmen will provide flexible stable power generation (PRIME POWER) to support disaster relief emergency operations in Puerto Rico.
  • Caribbean calls for aid; Tennessee Airmen use analytical skills in Irma recovery

    Hurricane Irma devastated much of the Caribbean in September 2017, but Airmen from Berry Field Air National Guard Base in Nashville, Tennessee were able to help the islands’ recovery without even leaving the state. Airmen from the 118th Wing utilized their skills in geospatial imagery analysis, and experience in working previous natural disasters,
  • Airmen Perfect Discipline in Shooting Event for Combat Readiness

    Members from the 218th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group engaged in a shooting event Sept. 18, 2017, at Arnold Air Force Base in Tullahoma, Tennessee.“As Airmen we are not expected to know how to shoot, it’s not a part of our AFSC (Air Force specialty code), but as military members we need to be able to learn how to protect
  • Safety office provides gear to keep everyone safe

    On a base that is fairly safe to begin with, safety is a top priority for leadership. So much so, that there hasn’t been a class A, B, or C mishap, or injury since 2012.
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