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  • Jumper promoted to brigadier general, takes command of VaANG

    JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va. -- Col. Catherine M. Jumper, former Director of Air Operations on the Virginia National Guard joint staff, was promoted to brigadier general in a ceremony Nov. 6, 2022, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. She succeeds Brig. Gen. Toni M. Lord as the Virginia

  • 192nd MXG brings home six prestigious awards

    Six Airmen from the 192nd Wing, Virginia Air National Guard, won prominent awards in the Air Force maintenance field and were recognized by Virginia National Guard Air Component Commander Brig. Gen. Toni M. Lord on Aug. 7, 2022, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis. Representing the 192nd Maintenance Group,

  • VaANG thanks civilian employers at Boss Lift event

    The Virginia Air National Guard hosted a Boss Lift event on June 4, 2022, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. Airmen nominated supervisors from 14 civilian employers for exceptional support of their Virginia Air National Guard careers.

  • 192nd Wing holds wing-wide commander's All Calls

    The 192nd Wing command team spoke to Airmen of the Virginia Air National Guard about current events and priorities at multiple All Call events on May 14-15, 2022, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, and State Military Reserve in Virginia Beach.

  • Voices of the VaANG: Staff Sgt. Michael Ngo

    “I think Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month is a great opportunity to provide a cultural experience to people from different backgrounds. Something I love about the military is you have people from all walks of life who come together for one cause."

  • Voices of the VaANG: Maj. Nikkia Ray

    "My father was in the Army and we moved around all the time. As military children, it’s like we have our own special fraternity or special club. You become a group with an understanding, a shared experience and a shared bond. When someone asks ‘where are you from?’ military kids have to go into a

  • Voices of the VaANG: Chief Master Sgt. Jennilee Kipper

    “When I first joined, I was the only woman in my technical training class. And then, when I got to my first base, there was only one other woman in my flight for a long time. That was just the norm! Chief wasn’t really a goal of mine and I think part of it was because I never really saw a lot of