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  • FLANG units participate in CERFP external evaluation

    The Florida National Guard’s CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) recently showcased its emergency response capabilities in an external evaluation conducted at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center, Florida.

  • 125th SFS Airmen find common ground during military exchange program

    Strengthening partnerships now rather than in the “foxhole” prepares U.S. forces to integrate seamlessly with their NATO counterparts when the next conflict arises. Through the DoD’s Military Reserve Exchange Program (MREP), four Airmen assigned to the 125th Security Forces Squadron integrated with

  • A Beloved Eagle Retires

    On Aug. 14, 2023, Maj. Brannon Ferguson, a pilot at the 159th Fighter Squadron, retired an F-15C Eagle by flying the jet to the "boneyard" at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona. 

  • A pilot’s homecoming offers poetic end to storied career

    Lt. Col. Daniel Schiller’s last tour of duty as part of the Florida Air National Guard couldn’t be a more satisfying final act in his two-decade military career. Just months before his retirement, the fighter pilot and chief of safety at the 125th Fighter Wing returns to Colombia – the country where

  • Production Assessment Team visits 125th Fighter Wing

    The F-15C Eagle aircraft flown by the 125th Fighter Wing are alive and full of lethality due to the care and precision brought by its maintainers. Yet, when equipment breaks, commanders and pilots rely on maintainer expertise to return jets to their flying mission.

  • ANG Command Chief visits 125th Operations Group Detachment 1

    Airmen of the 125th Operations Group Detachment 1 (Det 1) welcomed Chief Master Sgt. Maurice Williams, command chief of the Air National Guard, and Chief Master Sgt. Aaron Dent, command first sergeant of the ANG, for a unit visit, July 11.

  • ThunderMoose tests electromagnetic warfare

    Airmen of the 114th Electromagnetic Warfare Squadron and approximately 40 Airmen from five Air National Guard units will conduct a multi-state mobility and weapons system training event, dubbed ThunderMoose, at Bangor Air National Guard Base, Maine.

  • FLANG Weather Experts Continue Winning Streak

    The Florida Air National Guard's 159th Weather Flight was recently named 2022 Outstanding ANG AWS Weather Flight of the Year and the 131st Training Flight received the 2022 Outstanding ANG SWC Unit of the Year.