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  • Service Before Self: One Airman’s journey from Iraq to the Guard

    This is part three of a three-part series covering Senior Airman Mohammed Alzubaidi’s journey, showing his resiliency, courage, and, dedication to the core value of Service Before Self over his adult life.
  • First Sergeant finds a way to serve others and pay for college

    Master Sgt. Robert Simmons spends time with Airmen during family day at the 118th Wing Tennessee Air National Guard in Nashville, Tenn., May 6, 2018. Simmons has been in the Air National Guard since 1998.
  • Courage: One Airman’s journey from Iraq to the Guard

    This is part two of a three-part series covering Senior Airman Mohammed Alzubaidi’s journey, showing his resiliency, courage, and, dedication to the core value of Service Before Self over his adult life. The worst threats were the ones in person.
  • Resiliency: One Airman’s journey from Iraq to the Guard

    This is part one of a three-part series covering Senior Airman Mohammed Alzubaidi’s journey, showing his resiliency, courage, and, dedication to the core value of Service Before Self over his adult life. Every person in the world has unique elements and stories about their personal life journey, but few people’s stories share the unique resiliency of Senior Airmen Mohammed Alzubaidi’s life journey.
  • Emptying the Bucket

    After nearly 31 years in an Air Force uniform with the Tennessee Air National Guard in Nashville, Tenn. Chief Master Sgt. Robert Ussery will retire.
  • Diamond Spotlight on Master Sgt. James Barnes

    Barnes, a self-proclaimed military brat, started his career in March of 1987 as Security Forces. Barnes was first assigned to McConnell Air Force Base near Wichita, Kansas.
  • Diamond Spotlight on Master Sgt. Robichaud

    During his enlistment at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana Robichaud was awarded Airman of the Quarter and received an incentive ride in an F-106 Delta Dart.
  • First Sergeant leads the way in Nashville

    The Diamond Spotlight shine’s bright on Master Sgt. David, a first sergeant at the 118th Wing. David, who will retire in December, desired to become a first sergeant when he was a child.
  • Doctors, deployments, and dental; How the medical group affects everyone

    Odd looking, one of a kind pieces of equipment are often the only things in a room with sterile, white-washed walls. The smell of alcohol swabs permeates the air. The snap of latex gloves is often the only sound to interrupt the bustle of patients and staff carrying thick files down the halls.For most people, going into settings like these is
  • The National Guard Family

    The month of May started with what is now being referred to as the historical 1000-year flood. More than 15 inches of rain fell in many areas of middle Tennessee creating flood water that left the destruction of several homes in its path. For Ashland City resident Jim Johnson, the entire first floor and four feet of the second story of his home
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