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  • Air National Guard commander retires with nearly 36 years of service

    After nearly 36 years of military service, the commander of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard’s 111th Mission Support Group, retired March 5 during a ceremony here.U.S. Air National Guard Col. Christine Munch, who commands the 111th MSG, a group made of seven units consisting of more than 600

  • 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 hosts PA State Representatives

    The 111th Attack Wing welcomed three Pennsylvania State Representatives to Biddle Air National Guard Base in Horsham, Pennsylvania, for an update to discuss issues important to the Wing, the base and the local community. Col. Deane Thomey, 111th Attack Wing Commander, hosted State Representatives

  • 111th ATKW participates in DoD-wide extremism stand down

    The 111th Attack Wing conducted a “stand down” here during its regularly scheduled drill on April 12, 2021, as part of a Department of Defense program to address extremism in the ranks. Across the Defense Department, in units large and small, commanders and leaders held stand downs which were

  • 111th ATKW highest-enlisted leader passes baton during Feb. drill

    The 111th Attack Wing Chief Master Sgt. Robert Ferguson accepted authority as command chief master sergeant from 111th ATKW Commander Col. Bill Griffin during a ceremony here, Feb. 8.Command chiefs advise the unit commanders on all enlisted matters, including all issues affecting the command's

  • Targeting a killer, 111th ATKW reminds community to be vigilant

    We have intelligence regarding a sleeper cell intent on killing from within. The threat does not distinguish between military and civilian targets. It strikes regardless of race, religion, social status, or even gender. And, it wants nothing more than to silently destroy as many as possible.

  • Energy awareness, Horsham Air Guard leading the way

    While the 111th Attack Wing commander isn’t going to chastise members for turning up the thermostat, he might suggest putting on another layer. As temperatures drop in the area, historically energy costs rise. In order to combat that increase, Horsham AGS Facilities Manager Chief Master Sgt. Chris