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Assistant Adjutant General- Air, Delaware National Guard Commander's Corner- March 2017
I would like to address three topics that are important to me. My first topic is professionalism. We are an indispensable part of the total force in the most capable Air Force in the world. The Delaware Air Guard has an enviable reputation for excellence that we should all be committed to continue. You have risen to every challenge and excelled
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Col. Kirwan Commander's Corner- February 2017
Colonel (ret) Michael Feeley always said that AES stood for “always eating something.” While there may be a hint of truth to that statement, AES actually stands for Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron. Activated in October of 1962, the142nd AES is one of thirty-one Aeromedical Evacuation squadrons between active duty, the reserves and National
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Major Gen. Frank Vavala Commander's Corner- January 2017
To our entire Delaware National Guard family, It’s hard for me to believe this is the 18th year that I have had the privilege of sending this message. As each calendar year comes to an end, it is appropriate that we reflect on what we’ve accomplished in support of our state and nation. We are undoubtedly the Indispensable Hometown Force with a
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Commander's Corner- Dec. 2016 Commanders Corner- December 2016

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Default Air Force Logo Commander's Corner- November 2016
Our 166th Medical Group is responsible for providing equipped, knowledgeable and skilled Airmen to support our wing, state and nation. These medical Airmen are dedicated and trained to serve you. In the spirit of the minuteman, we need to be always ready.At the start of our health care careers we went through a curriculum to earn how to do what we
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Commander's Corner- October 2016
It is my distinct honor to represent the men and women of the 166th Airlift Wing as the Wing Commander. Moving forward, my focus will be on "People, Mission and Teamwork."We need to take care of our Airmen and get them the resources and training to accomplish the mission. All of you have and continue to execute our mission in a superb manner. For
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1st Lt. Valerie Harwood Commander's Corner- September 2016
It is a pleasure serving as the Chief of Public Affairs for the 166th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Office.My job is to promote public knowledge and understanding of our mission, our organization, and capabilities; deliver candid and timely communication counsel and guidance to Base leadership; prepare information for news releases and other media
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Col. Christopher Kilcullen Commander's Corner- August 2016
As we continue to fight the war on terror and secure our borders from external threats, the Delaware Air National Guard will continue to be prepared to accomplish any mission, anywhere in the world.One way we can continue stay prepared and deploy at a moment’s notice is to give it our all every day we put the uniform on. We are fortunate to work
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Maj. Robert Damon III Commander's Corner- July 2016
On June 4, 2016, I had the honor of taking Command of the 166th Operations Support Squadron from Lt. Col. Chris Kilcullen. As the OSS commander, I have the privilege of working with very experienced and knowledgeable officers and NCO’s. I am fortunate to take on a squadron with such talented leaders in key positions. Since arriving in Delaware from
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Chief Master Sgt. Shaune Peters, wing command chief, 166th Airlift Wing, Delaware Air National Guard (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Nathan Bright) Commander's Corner- June 2016
Ask yourself these questions:Do you want to give back to the Airmen that serve our mission?Do you want to make a big difference in an Airman’s life?Do you want the next generation to be the best generation of Airmen to serve our great country?If you’ve answered “yes” to all of these questions, then you should apply to be a First Sergeant! The
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