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  • Military Ball Brings back Esprit de Corps

    Members of the 155 Air Refueling Wing in Lincoln enjoyed a night of music, inspiration, and camaraderie with fellow military members and their significant others August 1st at the Cornhusker Marriott hotel. The night's events included music by Flip 3, a local band, a catered formal dinner, and a keynote address given by Air National Guard Command
  • Training to Save Lives

    The ability to respond quickly with precision and accuracy to accidents is the key to saving lives. Gaining knowledge and honing skills to save lives from wrecked autos is just what members of the Nebraska Air National Guard (NEANG) practiced. During the Aug. UTA, firefighters of the 155th Civil Engineer Squadron spent a day participating in
  • Sergeants Save Fellow Airman

    The quick response of two sergeants from the 155th Air Refueling Wing in Lincoln saved a young airman's life Sunday when his heart stopped after collapsing while observing aircraft exercises on base. Master Sgt. Jeff Dreith and Tech. Sgt. Troy Stauffer performed basic first aid and CPR for several minutes until Lincoln Fire Dept. Ambulance rescue
  • Nebraska Air Guard Receives Ninth Outstanding Unit Award

    The 155th Air Refueling Wing in Lincoln, Neb., was awarded its ninth Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for its service from May 1, 2005 through April 30, 2007. This is the third Outstanding Unit Award for this unit while operating the KC-135R Stratotanker as its primary aircraft. The unit distinguished itself in support of multiple expeditionary
  • Nebraska Air Guard Honors Day Formation Scheduled

    The Nebraska Air National Guard will conduct its annual Honors Day formation Aug. 3 at the Nebraska National Guard air base in Lincoln. According to event organizers, the Honors Day is currently scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on the grassy mall area located in front of the Nebraska Air National Guard's main hangar. Scheduled to be honored are Air
  • Air Guard helping NORAD mark 50th birthday

    The Nebraska Air Guard is helping the North American Air Defense Command celebrate its 50th birthday by being the first Air Guard unit to put a distinctive NORAD logo on the nose of one of the 155th Air Refueling Wing's KC-135R Stratotanker. According to Chief Master Sgt. Barb Gossage, 155th ARW command chief master sergeant who also works
  • New Army, Air Guard disaster response team conducts May validation exercise

    The Nebraska National Guard's training site near Mead, Neb, was hardly recognizable. For approximately a week in mid-May, the prairie training site was transformed into the center of a major disaster. There, members of the Nebraska National Guard's new Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield Explosive (CBRNE) Enhanced Response
  • Air Guard medics provide medical treatment to remote Honduran villages

    Master Sgt. Todd Schneider had heard the stories before, but he really didn't believe them until he saw it with his own two eyes. There, standing outside a makeshift medical clinic in a tiny village near the Honduran capitol of Comayagua, hundreds of local people had lined up for several blocks - in some cases hours earlier - waiting for the
  • Nebraska dining facility named best in Air National Guard

    New York. Paris. Rome. When it comes to fine dining, some places are known for simply being the best. Add the Nebraska Air National Guard's dining facility to that list. That's because, when it comes to serving up a military meal in the Air National Guard, nobody does it better than the 155th Services Flight in Lincoln, Neb. In February the