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Members of the 166th Maintenance Operation Flight next to a C-130H2 aircraft on the flight line of the 166th Airlift Wing. The 166th MOF tracks and manages the maintenance of the wing's 8 C-130H2 tactical airlift aircraft, keeping them mission-ready. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Mr. Mitch Topal)
166th Civil Engineer Squadron fire protection specialists, begins triage on Lt. Col. Jeffrey Mertz, 166th Civil Engineer Squadron commander during an active-shooter exercise at New Castle Air National Guard Base, Aug. 22, 2019. Personnel who participated in the exercise were able to take away lessons learned during the scenario, which further prepared them for how to tailor their responses in the event a situation occurs on or off base. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Mr. Mitchell Topal)
166th Security Forces Airmen gather for an after-action briefing, following an active shooter exercise, at New Castle Air National Guard Base, Aug. 22, 2019. The purpose of this exercise was to provide members of the 166th Airlift Wing with a greater awareness and understanding of possible threats, as well as test their ability to respond properly in the event of an active shooter situation. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Mr. Mitchell Topal)
U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Michael Daly (front) and Staff Sgt. Angel Agosto-Marrero (back), 166th Security Forces Squadron members, conduct a building search during an active-shooter exercise at New Castle Air National Guard Base, Aug. 22, 2019. During the exercise, a designated active shooter entered a building and simulated opening fire. First responders, such as Security Forces, Fire Protection and Emergency Management neutralized the threat and triaged wounded personnel, while all other personnel participated in an installation-wide lockdown. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Mr. Mitchell Topal)
166th Airlift Wing Hosts Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program Event
166th Airlift Wing hosts Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program Event
166th Airlift Wing hosts Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program Event
166th Airlift Wing hosts Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program Event
Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester visits the 166th Airlift Wing
Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester visits the 166th Airlift Wing
U.S. Army Air Corps 1st Lt. (ret) Raymond Firmani, World War II B-17 pilot, meets with Delaware Air National Guard leadership at the conclusion of a Hangar Talk at New Castle Air National Guard Base Del., Aug. 10, 2019. The Hangar Talk event allowed Airmen to learn history in the profession of Arms as well as become more aware of the changing operations of the military. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Katherine Miller)
U.S. Army Air Corps 1st Lt. (ret) Raymond Firmani, World War II B-17 pilot, visits the 166th Airlift Wing to conduct at Hangar Talk at New Castle Air National Guard Base Del., Aug. 10, 2019. During the event, Firmani shared stories from his time as a pilot, flying 25 combat missions during World War II. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Katherine Miller)
U.S. Army Air Corps 1st Lt. (ret) Raymond Firmani, World War II B-17 pilot, left and Mr. Mitchell Topal, 166th Airlift Wing public affairs specialist, right, speak to the crowd during a Hangar Talk at New Castle Air National Guard Base Del., Aug. 10, 2019. Firmani served as a B-17 pilot and flew 25 combat missions during World War II in 1944 and 1945. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Katherine Miller)
Members from the 166th Communications Flight and Delaware Department of Homeland Security’s Division of Communications a participated in a Site on Wheels deployment exercise, July 24, 2019 at New Castle Air National Guard Base, Del. The Site on Wheels deployment is a collaborative effort between the 166th CF and the DoC to give situational awareness of the civilian assets available for strategic and rapid expansion of radio frequency communications in the event of a domestic emergency or disaster. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Katherine Miller)
Members of the Delaware Air National Guard 166th Airlift Wing and Delaware Army National Guard pose in front of the memorial wall in the lobby of the Dover Air Force Base Mortuary Affairs Operations Center June 27, 2019. Delaware National Guard members were invited to tour Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations and Air Forces Medical Examiner System laboratories. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Katherine Miller)
Members of the Delaware National Guard participate in Operation HIGHBALL, July 12, 2019 in New Castle, Del. Operation HIGHBALL is an all-hazards event based on local and state resources. intended to train on the coordination between civilian, state, regional and federal partners to encourage joint operability. (U.S. National Guard Photo by Mr. Bernie Kale)
Members of the Delaware National Guard participate in Operation HIGHBALL, July 12, 2019 in New Castle, Del.  Simulated events included: a coordinated cyber attack of unknown origin on the AMTRAK station causing a collision between a passenger and cargo train carrying toxic industrial chemicals with widespread chaos ensuing, mass-casualty events that have sprung up statewide with a focus on structural collapse and the effects of the toxic industrial chemicals released due to the derailment. (U.S. National Guard Photo by Mr. Bernie Kale)
Members of the Delaware National Guard participate in Operation HIGHBALL, July 12, 2019 in New Castle, Del. More than 300 personnel from 24 different civilian, state and federal agencies and four states, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, along with Washington, D.C., participated in the exercise. (U.S. National Guard Photo by Mr. Bernie Kale)
Members of the Delaware National Guard participate in Operation HIGHBALL, July 12, 2019 in New Castle, Del. The exercise provides realistic joint training and evaluation opportunities for both the Army and Air National Guard Drill Status Guardsmen in units that may be called upon to support civilian authorities at the tactical and operational level in a domestic operation. (U.S. National Guard Photo by Mr. Bernie Kale)
Members of the 166th Force Support Squadron assist more than 65 Air Force Individual Ready Reserve members reporting to an IRR muster May 18, 2019, at the 166th Airlift Wing, Del. The muster provided opportunities for IRR Airmen to update their personnel and medical information with the Air Reserve Personnel Center and learn the latest information on available benefits. (Courtesy photo)

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