Read the April 2015 edition of The DANG Truth

  • Published
  • By Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Matwey
  • 166th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
Welcome to April 2015 edition of The DANG Truth, the official electronic newspaper of the 166th Airlift Wing, Delaware Air National Guard.

Content summary in the nine-page edition:

Page 2: Career News for March 2015 - Delaware ANG unit appointments, enlistments, promotions and retirements

Page 3: Wing on the rise - Commander's Corner commentary by wing commander Col. Michael Feeley

Page 4: Base receives GTC rebate - How and why the Delaware ANG received $12,400 in rebates for keeping their Government Travel Card quarterly balance under two percent for the last two quarters. - Story by 1st Lt. Valerie Harwood, Wing Public Affairs

Page 4: Post-deployment event benefits Airmen - Forty-five Airmen and their families attended the wing's Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program Post-Deployment event from March 20-22, 2015 to benefit Airmen who recently returned home. - Story by 1st Lt. Valerie Harwood, Wing Public Affairs.

Page 5: Take Your Child to Work Day - Flyer about our wing's on base event being held April 23, 2015, 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. For any high school aged sophomore or older child of a Delaware ANG member who is considering (or should be considering) their future. Registration deadline: April 16, 2015.

Page 6: Runways may change, but dignity remains - A detailed and informative story about the Dignified Transfer divert exercise held March 19, 2015, at the New Castle Air National Guard Base, Del. The ANG base is the Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations' alternate location for dignified transfers should one need to be conducted due to inclement weather during runway construction at Dover Air Force Base, Del. - Story by Veronica Aceveda, 512th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

Page 8: Eliminate Sexual Assault:  Know Your Part, Do Your Part - The wing is participating in efforts this month that are national in scope to eliminate sexual assault; includes resources for victims of sexual assault. - Story by Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Matwey, Wing Public Affairs