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Emily Donovan, daughter of Senior Master Sgt. Rebecca Donovan, 168th Force Development superintendent, Alaska Air National Guard, answers questions from Devin Fry, sports anchor from Fairbanks’ CBS affiliate, and Danny Martin, sports editor of Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, inside the Ben Eielson High School library, April 27, 2017, Eielson AFB, Alaska. Donovan, will be playing college volleyball in Tennessee and will study exercise science and sports psychology. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Paul Mann/Released) Interior Guardian’s daughter signs college letter of intent
SMSgt Rebecca Donovan's daughter Emily received a scholarship to play volleyball for Tennessee Wesleyan University in Athens, Tenn.
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Staff Sgt. Megan Schreder, services craftsman for the 168th Force Support Flight, Alaska Air National Guard, Eielson AFB, Alaska, reviews a science lesson during class at Arctic Light Elementary School, Fort Wainwright, Alaska, January, 30, 2017. Schreder, who used her military tuition assistance to pay for college, is in her second year of teaching elementary school here in Alaska’s Interior. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Paul Mann/Released) Air National Guard Airman exercises lessons learned in and out of the classroom
National Guard Airmen and Soldiers have unique connections to their communities, connections that stretch beyond the gates of their bases.
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Airmen and family members await the arrival of 34 Airmen from the 168th Wing who returned from a two-month deployment in Southwest Asia, October 16, 2016. Following the landing, family members, friends, and co-workers were guided to the hangar where they welcomed home the returning Airmen. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman 1st Class Mae S. Olson/Released) Alaska Guardsmen return from deployment
Thirty-four Airmen from the 168th Wing returned home from a deployment to Qatar on Oct. 16, 2016, and if previous deployments are any indication of mission tempo, these Airmen were busy.Aircrew and maintenance Airmen from the 168th deployed transferred more than 30 million pounds of fuel, and flew more than 1,000 hours in support of the United
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Senior non-commissioned officers, or the “Top III,” from the 168th Wing, Alaska Air National Guard, family members, and other Airmen assigned to the unit at Eielson AFB, Alaska volunteered to pick up trash along the Richardson Highway between Eielson and Fairbanks, Alaska on September 29, 2016. The 168th’s Top III, and at least 12 other organizations that work on Eielson, are active in the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Adopt-A-Highway program and are helping keep approximately 26 miles of the highway clean. Citizen Airmen continue 19-year connection with the community
With falling winter temperatures and snow in the forecast, Airmen from the 168th Wing's Top III Council here knew they had to act fast before their window closed the chance to uphold their 19-year history of participation with the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Adopt-A-Highway program."Your group has had its adopted mile of the
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