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Arizona Air Guard helps Tucson students learn about the Holocaust Arizona Air Guard helps Tucson students learn about the Holocaust
Arizona Air Guard helps Tucson students learn about the Holocaust

162nd Fighter Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Phil Conway lights a candle in remembrance of the six million Jews who died during the Holocaust of World War II. More than 250 students joined Arizona Air Guardsmen at Tucson International Airport to learn about the Holocaust. (Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Jordan Jones)
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Posted: 3/17/2009

Arizona Air Guard helps Tucson students learn about the Holocaust Arizona Air Guard helps Tucson students learn about the Holocaust
Arizona Air Guard helps Tucson students learn about the Holocaust

Klara Swimmer, an 84-year-old Holocaust survivor, tells her story to a group of Tucson area high school students during the 162nd Fighter Wing’s Holocaust Rememberance event here, March 17. (Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Jordan Jones)
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Posted: 3/17/2009


"Bring a Buddy to Drill"

"Bring a Buddy to Drill” participants stand in awe before an F-16 jet engine in the hush house prior to an engine test demonstration, March 7. The success of the recruiting event hinges on wing members inviting friends and family to see what the Guard is like. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 3/16/2009

Recruiters bring home the goldRecruiters bring home the gold
Recruiters bring home the gold

Master Sgt. Johnny Martinez, Air Guard recruiter, gives a base tour to potential recruits. The base tour is one of many tactics recruiters use to generate interest in joining the 162nd Fighter Wing. Sergeant Martinez and all of the other recruiters for the 162nd are wearing the Recruiters Gold Badge for exceeding their recruiting goals by 125 percent. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 3/16/2009

Arizona Air National Guard Airman of the YearArizona Air National Guard Airman of the Year
Arizona Air National Guard Airman of the Year

Tech. Sgt. Michael Brizuela, Outstanding Honor Guard Member of the Year from the 162nd Fighter Wing, salutes Maj. Gen. Hugo Salazar, Arizona Adjutant General at the Arizona Air National Guard’s Outstanding Airman of the Year banquet March 7. (Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Sarah Elliott)
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Posted: 3/10/2009

162nd Fighter Wing Change of Command162nd Fighter Wing Change of Command
162nd Fighter Wing Change of Command

Maj. Gen. Rick Moisio (center) has his second star pinned on by Maj. Gen. Hugo Salazar, Arizona Adjutant General, and his wife Mary. General Moisio, the former 162nd Fighter Wing commander, will serve as the next deputy director of the Air National Guard. (Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Sarah Elliott)
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Posted: 3/10/2009

162nd Fighter Wing Change of Command162nd Fighter Wing Change of Command
162nd Fighter Wing Change of Command

Col. Greg Stroud (center) assumes command of the 162nd Fighter Wing with a symbolic passing of the flag from Brig. Gen. Michael Colangelo, Arizona Air National Guard commander, March 7. The former 162nd commander, Maj. Gen. Rick Moisio (right), pinned on his second star at the conclusion of the ceremony and will move to his next post as the deputy director of the Air National Guard. (Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Sarah Elliott)
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Posted: 3/10/2009

Tucson Light: William G. Valenzuela Legacy AwardTucson Light: William G. Valenzuela Legacy Award
Tucson Light: William G. Valenzuela Legacy Award

Bill Valenzuela, right, embraces friend and colleague Jack Camper at the banquet held in Valenzuelas honor. Camper presented a copper plaque from Tucson Mayor Robert Walkup. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 2/18/2009

Tucson Light: William G. Valenzuela Legacy AwardTucson Light: William G. Valenzuela Legacy Award
Tucson Light: William G. Valenzuela Legacy Award

Tucson business and community icons Bill Valenzuela and Dorothy Finley trade jokes from the podium at the Tucson Light award banquet, Feb 13. Finley was one of Valenzuela’s grade school teachers. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 2/18/2009

USA Basketball proclaims support for Guardsmen, ReservistsUSA Basketball proclaims support for Guardsmen, Reservists
USA Basketball proclaims support for Guardsmen, Reservists

Arizona sports icon Jerry Colangelo, left, signs a Statement of Support for the Employer Support of Guard and Reserve (ESGR) program as Major General Hugo Salazar, The Adjutant General of Arizona, looks on. Other dignitaries present included Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, background, far left. (Arizona National Guard photo by Army Sgt. Ed Balaban)
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Posted: 2/17/2009

162nd Medical Group's growing mission162nd Medical Group's growing mission
162nd Medical Group's growing mission

The 162nd Fighter Wing’s medical group will deploy to Jamaica in April in support of an Air Forces Southern humanitarian mission. These children and their families, living in a small rural village, will benefit from Air Guard medical expertise. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 2/17/2009

Pilot’s fini flight raises funds for Guard familiesPilot’s fini flight raises funds for Guard families
Pilot’s fini flight raises funds for Guard families

Lt. Col. Bruce Patch, an F-16 pilot, gets hosed down on the flightline by Staff Sgt. Annie Jaramillo after his fini flight here Feb. 12. When Colonel Patch announced his fini flight to friends and co-workers weeks prior, a flood of volunteers came forward for the honor of drenching him. In turn, he raffled the opportunity among wing members at $1 per ticket to benefit the 162nd Fighter Wing Family Readiness Group. The raffle raised more than $100 to benefit Guard families. “I was hoping this raffle would become a tradition among pilots who retire from the 162nd. It’s for a good cause,” said Colonel Patch. He and his wife Tracy will move to Denver, Colo., where he will assume a position as a quality manager with the Veteran’s Administration’s Health Administration Center heading a Lean process. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Dave Neve)
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Posted: 2/17/2009

    

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