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  • The 147th Attack Wing CAT and EOC coordinate Hurricane Recover Efforts

    As Hurricane Harvey approached Houston, Texas, on August 23, 2017, the 147th Attack Wing, part of the Texas Air National Guard located at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base (JRB), Texas, activated personnel to mobilize the Crisis Action Team (CAT) and Emergency Operation Center (EOC).
  • Guarding Texas: State, Federal Agencies Respond to Harvey

    When Hurricane Harvey invaded the Gulf Coast of Texas, Government agencies from across the nation converged to provide support. But the storm’s sheer size and power made rescue and assistance unmanageable for individual organizations, each struggling to keep up with increasing emergency calls and minute-to-minute changes in conditions.
  • Guarding Texas till the cows come home

    When Hurricane Harvey invaded the Gulf Coast of Texas, Government agencies from 40 states converged to provide assistance. Although Harvey delivered America its worst natural disaster, it also provided the chance for some of America's bravest and brightest to shine through teamwork and ingenuity.
  • Texas flying squadron celebrates 100th Anniversary

    ELLINGTON FIELD JOINT RESERVE BASE, Texas (August 22, 2017) — The Texas Air National Guard 111th Attack Squadron at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base, Texas, celebrated its 100th anniversary in the 147th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron’s hangar, August 12, 2017.
  • Reaper lands at Ellington

    The 147th Attack Wing at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base, Texas, has a history of contributing strength and air dominance to the U. S. Air Force since its formation as the 111th Observation Squadron in 1917.
  • Museum honors oldest flying squadron in Texas

    The Lone Star Flight Museum honors the 111th Attack Squadron for their 100 years of serve by inducting the unit into the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame.
  • 147th Reconnaissance Wing hosts ANG Command Chief

    ELLINGTON FIELD, Texas - In one of his final visits of his career, the Air National Guard Command Chief spent two days with members of the 147th Reconnaissance Wing at Ellington Field January 30-31.Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling made it a priority during his visit to speak with 147th Reconnaissance Wing's junior enlisted Airmen during an
  • North Shore High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps visits Ellington Field

    North Shore Senior High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets took a tour of the 147th Reconnaissance Wing at Ellington Field Saturday, making stops at the Air Support Operations Squadron as well as the wing's hangar to see the MQ-1 Predator."This is our first time doing this trip," said retired Master Sgt. David Clark, an
  • Graduates honored at 1st annual CCAF degree ceremony at Ellington Field

    The 147th Reconnaissance Wing at Ellington Field in Houston held its first ever ceremony during Octobers Unit Training Assembly in honor of its Community College of the Air Force graduates."The Air Force puts a lot of emphasis on furthering your education," said Command Chief Master Sgt. Michael Cornitius, command chief for the 147th Reconnaissance
  • 147th Reconnaissance Wing reaches 100K flying hours on MQ-1 Predator

    HOUSTON, Texas - Achieving 100,000 flying hours takes years to realize.But for the members of the 147th Reconnaissance Wing, Texas Air National Guard, conquering this incredible feat is just a testament to their hard work and dedication to their mission.The wing accomplished the milestone Oct. 8, 2015, just seven short years after receiving its new
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