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  • Couples learn relationship resiliency at Strong Bonds event

    Take care of your relationships so that you can take care of the mission. That was the underlying theme of a weekend retreat held March 22-24, where 25 Hawaii Air National Guard [HIANG] married couples gathered at a Waikiki hotel for a weekend of learning, bonding, and re-energizing. The weekend workshop was part of the Strong Bonds initiative, a National Guard funded, Chaplain-led program whose core mission of increasing readiness through relationship education has been helping service members develop important relationship skills for close to two decades.
  • Hawaii guardsmen validate life-saving skills in NGB exercise evaluation

    More than 120 Airmen and Soldiers from the Hawaii National Guard applied their life-saving skills during a mass-casualty, evaluation exercise March 9, at Kalaeloa. The training entailed a series of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive scenarios under the observance of federal evaluators, who validates the response mission every three years. Upon completion, members of the National Guard Bureau Joint Interagency Training and Education Center presented the validation to the Hawaii National Guard Adjutant General, Maj Gen. Arthur Logan.
  • Training for any mission, any environment

    More than 40 Citizen Airmen from the 154th Wing, 313th Airlift Squadron and 624th Regional Support Group conducted joint aeromedical staging and aerial port training here March 3 in order to build relationships and train for future real-world missions. The event was a collaborative effort between the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve focused on both enroute patient care and staging, and cargo preparation and loading.
  • Air Defense Mission Breaks Ground on New Facility

    Team Hickam ushered in a new era of air defense during a ground-breaking ceremony for a new F-22 Aerospace Control Alert Facility.
  • Hawaii Guardsmen Deliver Airlift for Southern Strike 19

    Members of the Hawaii Air National Guard held airlift operations Jan. 13 through 25 during exercise Southern Strike 2019.
  • Making an impact one meal at a time

    Tech. Sgt. Randall Kobayashi and Staff Sgt. John Quisano have been regulars at meals-on-wheels for more than a year now. While the two Airmen from the 154th Logistics Readiness Squadron are technically volunteering, Quisano says it’s more like ‘cruising around’ with good company.
  • Fighter exercise Sentry Aloha 19-1 completed

    More than 800 Airmen, sailors and DoD civilians from nine states completed a large-scale fighter exercise, known as Sentry Aloha, Dec. 19, at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
  • Life saver takes ‘fast track’ in career progression

    For Senior Airman Casey Whitworth, it’s hard to imagine a lifestyle that doesn’t involve helping others. As a fulltime beach lifeguard at Marine Corps Base Hawaii and medical first-responder in the Hawaii Air National Guard, Whitworth’s lifesaving skills can be called upon at any time.
  • Hydrogen fuel tech used for HIANG training

    Fuel cell technology has been integrated into a Hawaii Air National Guard exercise for the first time September 8, at Kalaeloa. as part of a bilateral training event with Indonesian Forces.
  • Maui Guardsmen Respond to Hurricane Lane

    Hawaii National Guard (HING) Soldiers and Airmen based on the island of Maui teamed up to respond to Hurricane Lane, Aug. 23-26, 2018.
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