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  • Special Olympics volunteers have luggage detail in the bag

    More than 200 members of the Idaho National Guard are working hard to support the 2009 Special Olympic World Winter Games this and next week. Air and Army Guard members are serving in the Treasure Valley, McCall and Sun Valley, doing everything from baggage handling and transportation, to supply distribution and asset protection. One of the larger
  • Medical Group announces ANG Fitness changes

    The use of FitnessAGE.com will no longer be used as the Air National Guard's fitness assessment program. The ANG has been with Air Force Personnel Center on a migration of the ANG Fitness Program to the Air Force Fitness Management System available via the AF Portal. The Air Guard has been cleared to move to the AFFMS. The FitnessAge.com archived
  • New name, same rules for Government Travel Card

    The Citibank Travel Card is designed to improve the management and control of government travel. You are authorized to use the card for the necessary and reasonable expenses incurred during periods of official government travel. The amount of cash withdrawal may not exceed $665 (standard card) or $365 (restricted card). When approved by your
  • 2009's First fitness challenge begins Jan. 13

    Beginning Jan. 13, you can resolve to get in shape, lose the weight and lose the excuses. The next Gowen Field Health and Fitness Challenge is almost here and the timing couldn't be better. The 12-week program includes monthly body measurements to track your progress, health and fitness discussions every week, a pedometer and walk/run schedule, two
  • New Year brings changes to State Tuition Assistance Program

    Air Guard members taking advantage of the Idaho Air National Guard's hugely popular State Tuition Assistance Program are in for some changes this year that will allow the demand to be met. Members now only need to turn in one tuition application with their grades at the end of each semester rather than filling out a form at the beginning and end of
  • A-10 Intelligence Training to Take Place in Idaho

    The military is known for its rigid form and structure, but the reality is that success on the battlefield requires the ability to quickly adapt to new information. This is one lesson that A-10 intelligence personnel know well. The name of the game in intelligence is knowledge, and making quick decisions requires that personnel have as much
  • Air Guard pilot to be featured as Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl ‘Hometown Hero’

    An Idaho Air Guard pilot has been chosen to be a guest speaker during the Hometown Heroes Lunch for kids @ Roady's Humanitarian Bowl Dec. 30 at Boise State University. 1st Lt. Andrew Labrum, an A-10 pilot from the Air Guard's 190th Fighter Squadron based here, will join Olympic Cycling Gold Medalist Kristin Armstrong and other prominent local
  • Idaho Air Guard aircraft to be featured in popular aviation industry magazine

    The Idaho Air National Guard's two airframes -- the A-10 Warthog and C-130 Hercules -- will be featured in an upcoming edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine. The photograph, taken in February 2008 by renowned military aviation photographer James "Hazy" Haseltine, was selected as an "Honorable Mention" by the publication's editorial
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