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  • Chaplain's Corner

    As we all know, the Air Force has its Core Values: Integrity First, Service BeforeSelf, Excellence in All We Do. These Core Values are more than just minimumstandards; indeed, these Core Values remind us of who we are and what it takesto get the mission accomplished. They inspire us to do our very best; they are theglue that binds us; they provide
  • 106th Defender Recognized for his Outstanding Service in Afghanistan

    WESTHAMPTON BEACH, NY - The International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan awarded 106th Security Forces Squadron Defender Staff Sgt. Rudolf W. Lonk the Joint Service Commendation Medal for his service in Afghanistan, January through July 2012. According to U.S. Army Major General Robert P. Ashley, Director of the ISAF in
  • 106th Defenders Conduct Active-Shooter Exercises with the Wing

    On August 04 and 05, 2012, here at Francis S. Gabreski AB, West Hampton, New York, the 106th Security Forces Squadron conducted several active-shooter-response-exercise scenarios.This exercise was the first to have two scenarios at the same time, one on active shooter response, and another on bomb threat reaction procedures. It was designed to test
  • 106th Security Forces Airmen Awarded For Combat Operations

    Airmen from the 106th Rescue Wing Security Forces Squadron, New York Air National Guard, were presented the Air Force Combat Action Medal on May 1st 2012 in Westhampton Beach, New York during an awards ceremony officiated by the 106th Rescue Wing Commander, Colonel Thomas J. Owens II. While serving in Operation Enduring Freedom Staff Sergeants Eric
  • 106th Security Forces Squadron Supports Wounded Warrior

    4/25/2012 - NEW YORK, NY - -- Security Forces Airmen from the 106th RescueWing traveled to New York City to provide support to the Wounded WarriorProject on April 16, 2012. The Wounded Warrior Project alerted theirvolunteer network looking for help for Angelo Bencivenga. Bencivenga, apreviously homeless Iraq War Veteran, lost the use of his legs
  • 106th Security Forces Squadron Supports Wounded Warrior

    Security Forces Airmen from the 106th Rescue Wing traveled to New York City to provide support to the Wounded Warrior Project on April 16, 2012. The Wounded Warrior Project alerted their volunteer network looking for help for Angelo Bencivenga. Bencivenga, a previously homeless Iraq War Veteran, lost the use of his legs while supporting Operation
  • New York Guard Airmen participate in Bahrain airshow

    SAKHIR, Bahrain - New York Air Guard Security Forces members from the 106th and 107th Security Forces Squadrons traveled to Bahrain to provide security and support to the U.S. aircraft and crew taking part in the Bahrain International Airshow on January 19.     The twice-yearly show has become one of the most popular of its kind in the region,
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