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  • 111th ATKW hosts Career Fair for local High School Students

    The 111th Attack Wing Recruiting and Retention Flight here opened the base to local high school juniors and seniors during a military career fair Nov. 9, 2022.More than 70 students from approximately eight local high schools attended the event for an opportunity to learn more about Pennsylvania Air

  • 111th ATKW hosts Lithuanian Leaders during Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    Cyber defense was the focus when leaders from the Lithuanian Ministry of Defense and Embassy of Lithuania met with leaders and cyber defense professionals from the Pennsylvania National Guard during a visit to the 111th Attack Wing at Biddle Air National Guard Base in Horsham, Pennsylvania, Oct. 28,

  • 111th Security Forces Squadron welcomes new commander

    Pennsylvania Air National Guard Maj. Andrew Neubauer, assumed command of the 111th Security Forces Squadron by accepting the unit’s colors from PAANG Col. Christine Munch, 111th Mission Support Group Commander, during a ceremony at Biddle Air National Guard Base in Horsham, Pennsylvania, Oct. 16,

  • Woods assumes authority as 111th ATKW command chief

    U.S. Air National Guard Chief Master Sgt. Scott Woods accepted authority as the 111th Attack Wing Command Chief from 111th ATKW Commander Col. Deane Thomey during a ceremony here, Oct. 15, 2022.Command chiefs offer counsel to their unit commanders on all enlisted matters, such as those affecting the

  • 270th EIS commander retires after more than 30 years of service

    After more than 30-years of military service, the commander of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard’s 270th Engineering Installation Squadron retired during a ceremony held here Sept. 18, 2021.Lt. Col. Brian C. Carr relinquished command of the 270th EIS, a subordinate unit of the 111th Mission

  • 270th EIS changes command

    The Pennsylvania Air National Guard’s 270th Engineering Installation Squadron, a subordinate unit of the 111th Attack Wing and the 111th Mission Support Group, both headquartered here, held a change of command ceremony on base Sept. 18, 2022.Lt. Col. Brian C. Carr relinquished command of the 270th

  • 111th ATKW conducts readiness exercise

    Airmen of the 111th Attack Wing took part in a readiness exercise during an extended drill held Sept. 15-17 at Biddle Air National Guard Base to test the organization's capabilities to support pre-deployment and post-deployment operations. The exercise is one of two major events that will test the

  • 111th OG participates in joint force training exercise

    The 111th Operations Group here joined forces with three other Wings for a multifaceted training exercise that included Tactical Air Control Party specialists, a C-17 Globemaster III and MQ-9 Reaper at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, Aug. 24, 2002.Airmen from the 111th OG, TACP specialists from

  • 111th ATKW Chaplain team focuses on ‘Strong Bonds’

    The 111th Attack Wing Chaplain Team, headquartered at Biddle Air National Guard Base in Horsham, Pennsylvania, hosted a group of more than 100 Airmen and their family members for a free family training retreat in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, from August 12-14.Two dozen of the Wing’s families