Delaware National Guard Blackhawks transport 166th Security Forces members to New Jersey for training

ARMY AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY, Del. - Members of 166th Security Forces Squadron including Commander Lt. Col. Barry Strube along with Delaware National Guard State Command Chief Master Sgt. Patricia Ottinger, wave to their troops as they fly to Joint Base McGuire-Dix Lakehurst, N.J. on May 7, 2017. A four-ship formation of Blackhawk helicopters from the 238th Aviation Regiment, Delaware National Guard, provided airlift of approximately 40 security forces personnel from the DNG Army Aviation Support Facility to Fort Dix. Delaware Air National Guard security defenders will spend eleven days conducting annual training in areas such as: urban combat training, combat life saver training, self-aid buddy care, and weapons qualifications training along with the 87th Security Forces active duty unit. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Gwendolyn Blakley/Released).

PHOTO BY: TSgt Gwendolyn Blakley
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