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U.S Air Force Staff. Sgt. Alejandra Cepeda, a fire fighter with the 106th Civil Engineer Squadron of the 106th Rescue Wing assigned to the New York Air National Guard, poses with a halligan bar at the 106th Rescue Wing in Westhampton Beach, New York November 2, 2017. 106th Airmen to be featured in Futures Magazine
GABRESKI AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Westhampton Beach, NY – Futures Magazine, an annual Department of Defense publication which highlights the lives of military service members, shadowed two Airman from the 106th Rescue Wing assigned to the New York Air National Guard, Westhampton Beach, NY, on and off-duty from October 31 to November 2, 2017. The
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Members of the 106th Rescue Wing stand with the Borinqueneers for a group photo during the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration at New York Air National Guard’s 106th Rescue Wing in Westhampton Beach, New York on October 15, 2017. The event honored the Borinqueneers, the U.S. Army’s 65th Infantry Regiment made up by the U.S. Territory of Puerto Rico, who served during both World Wars and the Korean War. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman 1st Class Daniel H. Farrell) 106th Rescue Wing welcomes the Borinqueneers in Hispanic Heritage Month celebration
GABRESKI AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Westhampton Beach N.Y.– New York Air National Guard’s 106th Rescue Wing welcomed the Borinqueneers to the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration at the 106th Rescue Wing in Westhampton Beach, here, October 15, 2017.
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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Wendy Crow, a medical technician in the New York Air National Guard's 106th Rescue Wing, takes the temperature of a patient at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii Aug. 29, 2017. 106th Rescue Wing Medical Group members went on a 13-day deployment for training opportunity, which wrapped up in September, came about for 106th Rescue Wing medical personnel after scoring in the top five of 90 medical units evaluated in the nation. Hawaii ‘leis’ on real-world training
Like the fronds of a palm leaf, 106th Rescue Wing Medical Group members, here, fanned out recently at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii to accomplish real-world training at premier medical facility, Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) and the 15th Medical Group.
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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman James M. Zambik, a pararescueman with the 103rd Rescue Squadron of the 106th Rescue Wing assigned to the New York Air National Guard, exits the HH-60 Pavehawk helicopter at Fort Hood, Texas, August 28, 2017. The efforts of Zambik and the Airmen of 106th helped save 255 people and two dogs during today’s mission. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman 1st Class Daniel H. Farrell 106th Rescue Wing Supports Hurricane Harvey Victims
FORT HOOD, Texas--Some members of the New York National Guard’s 106th Rescue Wing are active guard reserve, full-time technicians and government contractors, however many are not.
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Group photo of the 106th Rescue Wing Civil Engineering members assigned to the New York Air National Guard at Crow Agency, Montana June 16, 2017. 32 members from the New York Air National Guard’s 106th Rescue Wing’s Civil Engineer Squadron and five members from the 106th Force Support Squadron, here, deployed for training June 4 to June 17, 2017, at Crow Agency, Montana, in an effort to build and renovate homes for military service veterans from the Native American tribe Crow Nation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Vincent Naimo) 106th Rescue Wing’s Civil Engineer Squadron renovates homes for service veterans from the Native American tribe Crow Nation
32 members from the New York Air National Guard’s 106th Rescue Wing’s Civil Engineer Squadron and five members from the 106th Force Support Squadron here deployed for training June 4 to June 17, 2017, at Crow Agency, Montana, in an effort to build and renovate homes for military service veterans from the Native American tribe Crow Nation.
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Default Air Force Logo DoD to move military from High-3 to Blended Retirement System Jan 1
GABRESKI AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Westhampton Beach, NY. – The Department of Defense is scheduled to change from the High-3 retirement system to the Blended Retirement System starting January 1, 2018.
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1st Lt. Mark Joseloff, a 103rd Rescue Squadron combat rescue officer of the 106th Rescue Wing assigned to the New York Air National Guard, stands in front of the 109th Airlift Wing’s LC-130 aircraft at Kangerlussuaq, Greenland July 22, 2017. The 109th Airlift Wing has the only ski-equipped LC-130 aircraft in the U.S. military, and is the sole provider of heavy airlift in support of the military and National Science Foundation (NSF) directed operations in the Arctic and Antarctica Polar Regions.(U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Kerry McCauley) Wings join up for Polar Training
KANGERLUSSUAQ, Greenland --Pararescuemen of the 106th Rescue Wing (106 RQW), here, traded the summertime windswept dunes and beaches of Long Island for the icy caps of Greenland last month, as they conducted a site survey for future training opportunities in what could become a new frontier in mission capabilities.
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New York Air National Guard Airmen from the 103rd Rescue Squadron prepare to jump from an HC-130 search and rescue plane of the 102nd Rescue Squadron 1,300 miles east into the North Atlantic on April 24, 2017 as they go to the aid of two badly burned crewman on board the Slovenian-owned ship the Tamar. Two sailors had already died from a fire on board the ship which prompted the dispatch of the 106th Rescue Wing aircraft. (Courtesy Photo) Tamar Vessel Rescue
Wind rushed into the cabin as the ramp of the HC-130 King aircraft opened to darkness. The plane, loaded with Airmen from the New York Air National Guard’s 106th Rescue Wing, was 1,500 miles away from Long Island over the Atlantic Ocean on April 24th.
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Default Air Force Logo 106th SFS train to maintain proficiency, readiness
Members of the New York Air National Guard’s 106th Rescue Wing Security Forces Squadron participated in combatives, baton, and use of force training, here, August 5 and 6.
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Pararescuemen and Combat Rescue Officers with the New York Air National Guard's 103rd Rescue Squadron, 106th Rescue Wing, supported by the Hawaii Air National Guard's 154th Wing, 204th Airlift Squadron, jump from a C-17 into the waters off Joint Base Pearl Harbor- Hickam on March 7, 2017 as they conduct training to test new spacecraft recovery techniques and equipment that will be used to recover the crew module of NASA's Orion spacecraft. The Airmen were in Hawai for two weeks as part of Operation Ardent Sentry. ( U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Muncy) New York Air Guard Pararescuemen test Orion spacecraft rescue support equipment in Hawaii
When NASA’s Orion spacecraft returns from its missions beyond the moon, the crew module will splash down in the ocean just like the Apollo capsules that took men to the moon and back in the 1970s. The space agency needs to make sure the rescue support equipment for the Orion crew module is practical, so NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory and the
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