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  • Services: More than just food

    More than a dozen members of the 124th Force Support Squadron Services Flight here conducted a search and recovery exercise south of Gowen Field, Idaho, Sept. 7, 2018.

  • Ammo Airman fosters community in gym, Air Guard

    Airman 1st Class Isaac M. Campbell, a munitions systems apprentice in the 124th Maintenance Squadron here, practices and coaches CrossFit because it promotes a sense of community and hard work.

  • From Thunderbird to Thunderbolt

    People throughout the Treasure Valley fixed their eyes into the sky as a group of F-16 Fighting Falcons boomed across the valley showing off their skill and making noise to let the community know that the United States Air Force Thunderbirds were here for the Gowen Thunder Open House and Airshow.

  • I am an American Airman: Wingman, leader, warrior

    A sneek-peek into the new NCO Enrichment Course Thirty noncommissioned officers, nominated by their Idaho Air Guard commanders and chiefs, spent a week getting hand-on experience in effective leadership techniques, improving the communication process and conducting a self-assessment at the NCO

  • Logistics Readiness Squadron features an "open house"

    GOWEN FIELD, Idaho - It was not your typical "open house" where you would find property for sale. Instead, the Logistics Readiness Squadron's goal was to showcase their customer-focused services and logistical support for the 124th Fighter Wing's over-all mission.Thursday morning, June 13, a group

  • Make your vote count

    The November 6th general election is just around the corner. Act NOW to make sure that you will have an opportunity to have your vote counted. Don't wait until it's too late!If you have not requested your absentee ballot for the 2012 general election, you should do so immediately. Go to FVAP.gov,

  • A win-win: new food service contract good for all involved

    April, May and June were dark days at the dining facility. The five-year lunch service contract on drill weekends had run out. Initially set to expire in October 2011, the contract was extended six months to get the wing through the hustle and bustle of the Operational Readiness Inspection without

  • ASOS Airmen show families skills, training at Saylor Creek

    The best way to help communicate to your family what you actually do at work is to show them.But when you operate in a dangerous environment like the Airmen of the 124th Air Support OperationsSquadron do, show-and-tell isn't really possible. For the Tactical Air Control Party Airmen of the ASOS, the

  • Toy Show - Wheels not required

    Each Family Appreciation Day, the Toy Show gives Idaho Air National Guard members and their families the opportunity to show off their hobbies and interests.Classic cars, mudding trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, RC planes, and even a working jet engine have all been on display at the annual Family Day