Pennsylvania National Guard News
Pennsylvania Air National Guard (PAANG) resiliency team members assigned to 171st Air Refueling Wing, the 193d Special Operations Wing and the 111th Attack Wing work with Matthew Chinman, PhD, a senior behavioral scientist with the RAND Corporation, to refine and strengthen their Wing Community Action Plans, September 17th, 2021 near Pittsburgh.  The workshop was part of a two-day PAANG Resiliency Summit to learn about new tools, identify best practices and synchronize resilience efforts across PAANG. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Bryan Hoover)
Pa. Air Guard leaders convene first-ever Resiliency Summit
By Maj. Nicole Reigelman | Sept. 23, 2021
As military leaders at all levels emphasize the importance of connectedness, inclusion and resiliency to the health of the force, Pennsylvania Air National Guard (PAANG) members gathered for a first-ever “Resiliency Summit”...

Pennsylvania Air National Guardsmen Tech Sgt. Rafeeq Strickland, a unit religious affairs Airman for the 111th Attack Wing, and Airman 1st Class Mackenzie O. Ditolla, a public health technician with the 111th Medical Group, were are among those congratulated by Col. Rebecca Gray, 111th ATKW Vice Commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Robert Fergusson, 111th ATKW Command Chief, for supporting Operation Allies Refuge at Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, New Jersey, Sept. 14, 2021. Fifteen members of the 111th ATKW activated to support the effort to relocate interested and eligible Afghan nationals and their immediate families who supported the U.S. Government efforts in their homeland. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Meagan S. Davis)
111th Attack Wing supports Operation Allies Refuge
By Jonathan Dahms | Sept. 22, 2021
Fifteen members of the 111th Attack Wing have activated in support of Operation Allies Refuge, the effort to relocate interested and eligible Afghan nationals and their immediate families who supported the U.S. Government...

Soldiers with the 213th Regional Support Group gathered at Strickler Field on Fort Indiantown Gap Sept. 17 to witness the transfer responsibility from Command Sgt. Maj. Andrew Campbell to Command Sgt. Maj. Marc Weiss in a traditional ceremony. To symbolize the transfer of responsibility, a ceremonial sword was passed from Campbell, to 213th RSG commander Col. Angelo Catalano, who then passed it to Weiss. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Zane Craig)
213th Regional Support Group welcomes new command sergeant major
By Staff Sgt.. Zane Craig | Sept. 21, 2021
The 213th Regional Support Group welcomed a new command sergeant major during a transfer-of-authority ceremony at Fort Indiantown Gap's Strickler Field on Sept. 17...

Sgt. 1st Class Dale Mahafkey, right, an Army combat medic and senior instructor with Medical Battalion Training Site at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa., coaches Lithuanian Soldiers as they treat a simulated casualty on Sept. 10. Thirty-three Soldiers from Lithuania’s land forces reserve component came to Fort Indiantown Gap Sept. 6-17 for an annual platoon exchange, part of the Pennsylvania National Guard’s State Partnership Program.
Pa. Guard, Lithuanians train together in State Partnership Program platoon exchange
By Staff Sgt. Zane Craig | Sept. 21, 2021
Fort Indiantown Gap hosted 33 Soldiers from Lithuania’s land forces reserve component Sept. 6 to 17 for an annual platoon exchange, part of the Pennsylvania National Guard’s partnership with Lithuania through the National...

Pa. National Guard Cyber Team participates with state partners in overseas cyber exercise
By JFHQ Public Affairs | Sept. 20, 2021
Nine Soldiers from the Pennsylvania Army National Guard’s Defensive Cyber Operations Element along with their Lithuanian counterparts participated in “Amber Mist,” a cyber defense exercise held Aug. 18-28...
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