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  • 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.

  • 203rd RED HORSE Squadron conducts field training exercise

    The 203rd RED HORSE Squadron held a four-day field training exercise Nov. 14-17, 2019, at State Military Reservation, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Airmen across more than 20 specialties of the Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineers (RED HORSE) Squadron trained for tasks

  • Kristina Lorelli

    "What’s interesting is that I was actually a professional ballet dancer for 16 years, and while I loved dancing, I always had in the back of my mind that I wanted to join the military. My mom worked in my grandfather’s diesel engine shop, so I grew up around cars and learned about mechanics from

  • Staff Sgt. Ashlynd Greene

    "Because the Air National Guard has changed my life being able to get out and spread the word to give others an opportunity they might not have had motivates and encourages me to know what I do has means something.

  • Resolutions are not difficult; they're impossible

    The year 2008 flew by as a distant memory for me and maybe many of you. As we begin 2009 there are a lot of concerns from every corner of our nation and world and many have already wondered: can we trust the future? The prospect and probability for making New Year Resolutions has been very real for

  • Chapel schedule for UTAs

    Interdenominational Protestant Services The 192d's Protestant service time is every Sunday of UTA weekend from 1100-1130 in the gazebo eating area of the Eagle Dining Hall. Lunch with the Chaplains and staff immediately following service. Catholic Mass Saturday: 1700 Bethel Chapel Sunday: 1015

  • God in the midst of suffering

    Recently an Active Duty B-52H crashed in the Pacific Ocean off the shore of Guam. The plane was on a training mission in which it was scheduled to fly over crowds during a Liberation Day celebration. In the midst of suffering, God was present to bring comfort and peace. God was present through an