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  • Mobile Testing Command Center coordinates mobile COVID-19 testing in Texas

    ELLINGTON FIELD JOINT RESERVE BASE, Texas -- Members of the Texas Military Department and other civilian agencies continue coordinating mobile COVID-19 testing throughout Texas from the Mobile Testing Command Center May 3, 2020, in Austin, Texas.
  • Members of the 147th Attack Wing provide assistance to the Montgomery County Food Bank

    ELLINGTON FIELD JOINT RESERVE BASE, Texas -- Members of the 147th Attack Wing and Texas Army National Guard continue to assist the Montgomery County Food Bank May 3, 2020, in Montgomery, Texas.
  • 147th Attack Wing participates in Weapon System Evaluation Program exercise

    The 147th Attack Wing participated in a Weapon System Evaluation Program exercise conducted by the 86th Fighter Weapons Squadron from Eglin, Air Force Base, Florida, Nov. 3, 2019 at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base, Texas.
  • The 147th Attack Wing Looks to the Future

    The history of the 147th Attack Wing has been one of constant evolution. The wing has operated over 10 platforms since its inception, but the focus remains on the airmen. In keeping with this history, the 147th’s shifting of focus from "Conversion" to "Future Missions" is indicative of both the wing’s success in adaptability and its willingness to evolve with future challenges in mind.
  • Helping Airmen Stick to Medical Readiness

    Every facet of an Air National Guard wing is centered on preparedness for deployment. It can be easy to forget the value of each Airman's individual role. One particular mission seems to consistently stick within the mind of Airmen throughout the year - Immunizations and Lab work.The 147th Medical Group takes advantage of all wing members' ongoing
  • Mission First People Always

    When I started to write this article, I wasn't quite sure on how to approach it, and then I remembered a question that was asked of me prior to my departure: "Now that you are 'officially' wearing the diamond, do you think people will see you in a different light?" At the time this seemed like an odd question. I mean, I've been sitting in the seat
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