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  • Hummel takes command of 192nd Maintenance Group

    The 192nd Maintenance Group welcomed Col. Matthew R. Hummel as the new commander during a change of command ceremony on Feb. 9, 2020, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. Col. Mark D. Piper, 192nd Wing commander, presided over the ceremony which bade farewell to Col. Catherine M. Jumper, who

  • Virginia Air National Guard recognizes top Airmen

    The Virginia Air National Guard recognized Airmen that performed above and beyond their duties during the year 2019 at the annual awards ceremony Feb. 8, 2020, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia.

  • 192nd Operations Support Squadron welcomes new commander

    The 192nd Operations Support Squadron welcomes a new commander during a change of command ceremony here on Jan. 11, 2020. Lt. Col. Timothy M. Strouse, an F-22 evaluator pilot and mission commander, took command from Lt. Col. Philip J. Colomy who served as commander since Sept. 16, 2019.

  • VNG Airmen return home ahead of the holidays

    Balloons and signs were in full force at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport Dec. 20, 2019, as family members, wingmen and leaders welcomed home Airmen assigned to the Virginia Air National Guard’s 192nd Wing. Just in time to spend the holidays with their families, approximately 20

  • VaANG recruiters, retention bring home regional awards

    Virginia Air National Guard recruiting and retention team won three regional awards in November 2019 at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. The accomplishment came the same time the 192nd Wing, the sole wing of the VaANG, reached 100 percent end strength.

  • Staff Sgt. Cody Amspacher

    “On my dad’s side of the family, we’re kind of all into construction. I had family members who taught me throughout the years when I was growing up. When I was in middle school and high school, I used to skateboard, and a couple family members and I would build skate ramps."

  • Staff Sgt. Jonquil Willard

    “Being in ammo is like a subculture within a subculture, and I absolutely fell in love with it. The job, the people, the atmosphere. We’re removed from the rest of the base, and we have our own way of doing things out here. It’s very family oriented."

  • Tech. Sgt. Jason Anderson

    “I went into the Navy as an ‘undesignated airman’ just knowing that I wanted to work on jets and not ships. Being undesignated meant I got to put my hands on the entire jet like our crew chiefs do. I did that for about two years before deciding I wanted to be a jet engine mechanic. The problem was,

  • Senior Airman Gabrielle Bowers

    “I came into the military in my 30s. And while I know there are others who came in older than I was, for me, it was something I wanted to do for a very long time.I originally wanted to enlist as active duty but my dad got sick and I was an only child, so I put it all on hold. Then I had a baby, so

  • Staff Sgt. Brian Petrine

    "There’s just no better feeling than when the pilot is up there because of what you do. The pilot is showcasing your work, and hearing the loud noise when it flies by is very gratifying.We are the [mechanics] of the flightline, for any and everything that happens to the aircraft. The pilots can’t