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  • 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.

  • Indonesian Air Force visits the 106th Rescue Wing

    GABRESKI AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Westhampton Beach, N.Y.--The New York Air National Guard's 106th Rescue Wing played host to six Indonesian Air Force general officers who were briefed on the wing's mission and got a look at the wing’s aircraft and equipment, March 8.

  • 106th Rescue Wing lands pararescue leader for command chief

    106th Rescue Wing lands pararescue leader for command chiefMembers of the 106th Rescue Wing will enter the New Year with a new command chief at the helm, as Chief Master Sergeant Michael Hewson was welcomed to the position in a ceremony, here, led by wing commander, Colonel Michael Bank, 106th

  • 106th Rescue Wing participates in the 2015 Long Island S.T.E.M. Expo

    GARDEN CITY NEW, YORK- 106th Rescue Wing members discuss the importance ofscience, technology, engineering, and math (S.T.E.M) Expo at the Cradle of Aviation in Long Island, New York.106th Rescue Wing as well as many long Island colleges and business sent representatives to the Cradle of Aviation to

  • The 106th Rescue Wing 1st Annual Trunk-or-Treat

    WESTHAMPTON BEACH, N.Y. - Superheroes and princesses were seen walking the106th Rescue Wing's streets for the first annual Trunk O' Treat Halloweenevent, October 24th.116 members, family and friends in support of the 106th Rescue Wing came outfor a time of fun, games and treats in support the base's

  • New York Air National Guard's 106th Rescue Wing goes solar for lighting

    WESTHAMPTON BEACH, N.Y. -Even after the sun sets, it continues to brighten the night at the 106th Rescue Wing, here, with newly installed solar-powered lights in and around F.S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base.The 106th Rescue Wing Civil Engineering Squadron (CE) took on a do-it-yourself project

  • 106th Rescue Wing Alumni Association Gives Scholarship Awards

    WESTHAMPTON BEACH, NEW YORK- The 106th Rescue Wing Alumni Association presented two awardees with the "CMSgt William A. Shiffer Memorial College Scholarship" for their academic achievements and community involvement on August 2, 2015.Senior Airman Francisco Vierapereira, of the 106th Civil