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  • Batterton to succeed Piper as the commander of 192nd Wing

    Col. Christopher G. Batterton will succeed Col. Mark Piper as the commander of the Virginia Air National Guard’s 192nd Wing based at Langley Air Force Base, according to an announcement made Nov. 6, 2020, by Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, the Adjutant General of Virginia. The assignment is effective

  • Martin assumes command of 192nd Support Squadron

    The Virginia Air National Guard’s 192nd Support Squadron gained a new commander, Maj. Fallon Martin, during an assumption of command ceremony on Nov. 8, 2020, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia.

  • VaANG maintainers take home six annual awards, most prestigious in the field

    Two Virginia Air National Guard Airmen have been named winners for what’s known as the most prominent award in the Air Force maintenance field.Capt. Andrew Gibler and Master Sgt. William Marshall from the 192nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron are this year’s Gen. Lew Allen Jr. Award winners at the Air

  • 192nd Medical Group supports Bold Quest

    Members of the Virginia Air National Guard 192nd Medical Group are providing daily symptom and temperature screenings for all on-site participants of Bold Quest 20.2, a U.S. Joint Staff sponsored capability demonstration on Camp Atterbury, Indiana.

  • Senior Airman Carlton Lopez

    “I work full-time in supply, but when the AGR (Active Guard Reserve) job in comm opened up, it was the perfect opportunity for me to switch over to something I’m truly interested in. I was always interested in information technology, and I’m good with computers. I’m also in school to get my degree

  • Airman Drake Gillespie

    “I would be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous. In fact, I remember being out there [in Richmond] and multiple people in my chain of command, all the way up to our squadron commander, walked by me and asked ‘Are you okay? Are you feeling nervous?’ But I think that’s one of the cool things about being

  • Master Sgt. Tracie Gates

    “The truth is, y’all would all be naked without me! I am not a formal person...I’m very informal. I’ll be professional, but that’s why I love my job; the relationships. People call me Tracie, and it’s just jokes and having fun that makes work go by. You need that!"

  • Staff Sgt. Herold Desauguste

    “Believe it or not, being a translator can be a very, very hard job. Especially, remember when you do it in two languages that you learn, not your mother language. My language is Haitian Creole but we learn French in school. And especially English too. I still believe I’m still learning English and

  • Master Sgt. Justin Self

    “My father was in 192nd weapons loading. He retired back when I was a teenager, but he’s what inspired me to join the guard in 2002. Out here, where we live in Warsaw, you wouldn’t know about the Air Guard. I kind of grew up emulating my dad. He was a lineman for the local electric co-op, and then