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114th Fighter Wing Rising 6 member and a family member paints a door during the Paint the Town event June 10, 2017, in Sioux Falls, S.D. Paint the Town event is an all day event where a houses are nominated by friends, family, and neighbors to be prepped and painted by volunteers. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Duimstra/Released) Rising 6 continues to volunteer in the community
The 114th Fighter Wing Rising 6 organization participated in the Paint the Town event on June 10, 2017, Sioux Falls, S.D. The Rising 6 selected to work with Paint the Town because it was an opportunity to work with a another organization to help people in need. The Rising 6 is made up of Airmen ranking from Airmen to Technical Sergeant who wants to make an impact in the Air National Guard and the Sioux Falls and surrounding communities.
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Royal Air Force Reservist Flt. Lt. Andy Wolfe, 607 Squadron (County of Durham), logistics officer, presents Col. Nathan Alholinna, 114th Fighter Wing commander, with an RAF Reserve 607 Squadron insignia plaque during his visit. Wolfe's visit is part of the Military Reserve Exchange Program. MREP is a reciprocal exchange program which provides Guard and Reserve members, both officer and enlisted, the opportunity to train with select foreign allied nations and gain a better understanding how foreign powers operate. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Duimstra/Released) 114th FW exchanges personnel with the Royal Air Force
Through the Military Reserve Exchange Program (MREP), the 114th Fighter Wing hosted Royal Air Force (RAF) Reservist Flt. Lt. Andy Wolfe, 607 Squadron (County of Durham), logistics flight commander, here, May 30-June 11.
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Staff Sgt. Derek Jaeger, 114th Maintenance Squadron electronic countermeasure technician, and  Airman 1st Class Duane Jongeling,114th Maintenance Squadron electronic countermeasure apprentice, performs a routine maintenance on a electronic warfare pod. These pods are the first line of defense for the 175th Fighter Squadron pilots while they continue to protect foreign and domestic airspace. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Duimstra/Released) Maintaining first line of defense for fighter pilots
It is the job of a small group of Airmen in the electronic countermeasures(ECM) shop to maintain electronic warfare pods. These pods are the first line of defense for the 114th Fighter Wing pilots while protecting foreign and domestic airspace.
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Master Sgt. Cameron Allsup, 114th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, prepares to launch an F-16 during Exercise Northern Lightning at Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin, May 1-12, 2017. Northern Lightning is an exercise involving around 1,500 service members from the Air Force, Navy, Marines and National Guard across the country. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Andrea F. Rhode/Released) 114th Fighter Wing participates in Exercise Northern Lightning
Members of the 114th Fighter Wing participated in Exercise Northern Lightning at Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin, May 1-12, 2017. What started as an annual exercise with viper aircraft from around the Midwest, has grown into an air combat exercise involving around 1,500 service members from the Air Force, Navy, Marines and National Guard across the country.
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Staff Sgt. Makayla McConnell, 114th Security Forces Squadron security response team member, instructs her fellow Airmen on proper tactical squad movements May 6, 2017, on a training site near Sioux Falls S.D. McConnell is the first female from the 114th Security Forces Squadron to attend and complete Combat Leadership School. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Duimstra/Released) First Female 114th Security Forces Airmen Completes Combat Leadership School
Staff Sgt. Makayla McConnell, 114th Security Forces Squadron security response team member, is the first female from the 114th Security Forces Squadron to attend and complete the Combat Leadership School at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland AFB, Camp Bullis, San Antonio, Texas.
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Tech. Sgt. Rachel Vanbeek, 114th Medical Group, aerospace medical technician, assigned tasks to her trauma team during a simulated medical emergency inside the Simulation in Motion South Dakota (SIMSD) vehicle at Joe Foss Field May 6, 2017.  SIMSD was on base to provide highly realistic simulations for the 114th Medical Group medics.  The SDNG will continue to maintain ready and reliable units, and have equipment and facilities, which support both federal and state missions.  (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Christopher Stewart/Released) 114th Medical Group Hone Skills on Advanced Mannequins
Medics with the 114th Medical Group had the unique opportunity to hone their skills on lifelike mannequins. The lifelike mannequins and simulated trauma room were brought out to Joe Foss Field by Simulation in Motion South Dakota (SIMSD) truck from Avera Health.
0 5/07
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Sioux Falls, S.D. - Students and parents watches a full afterburner take off by an 114th Fighter Wing F-16 during the first night flying career day April 13, 2017, Joe Foss Field, S.D. Career day allows students, parents, and others who are interested in the South Dakota Air National Guard to see and learn about the different vocations the 114th Fighter Wing Airmen perform on a daily basis. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Duimstra/Released) First Night Flying Career Day A Success
The 114th Fighter Wing recruiters hosted a night flying career day April 13, 2017, Joe Foss Field, S.D. This is the first night flying career day held at the 114th Fighter Wing. Career day allows students, parents, and others who are interested in the South Dakota Air National Guard to see and learn about the different vocations the 114th Fighter Wing Airmen perform on a daily basis.
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Sioux Falls, S.D. - Staff Sgt. Zac Hakinson, 114th Communication Flight commutation information technology specialist, addresses family and friends after receiving his college diploma from Dakota State University April 11, 2017, Joe Foss Field, S.D. Hakinson received his diploma prior to deploying for a Reserve Component Period. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Duane Duimstra/Released) DSU allows 114th FW member to graduate early
Staff Sgt. Zachary M. Hakinson, 114th Communications Flight information technology specialist has worked many years to complete his Bachelor of Science degree in Cyber Operations, but due to a recent activation to serve his country overseas, Hakinson was going to miss that one day he had worked so hard for; graduation day at Dakota State University.
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114th Aircraft Maintenance weapon loaders mount a training missile on a F-16C during a training mission March 14, 2017, Naval Air Station Key West, FL. The purpose of the deployment was to train with the U.S. Navy and Canadian Air Force. This training serves as the culmination of the 175th Fighter Squadron air-to-air training. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Maj. Travis Schuring/Released) 114th Fighter Wing Airmen participate in joint training
Approximately 140 Airmen returned last week from a joint training exercise at Naval Air Station Key West, FL. The purpose of this deployment was to train alongside the U.S. Navy and Canadian Air Force.
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114th Fighter Wing senior enlisted members held their inaugural Top 3 meeting at Joe Foss Field, S.D., March 5, 2017. The purpose of the Enlisted Top 3 is to foster improved communication, collaboration and engagement between the units of the Wing as well as provide a forum for sound decision making and high-impact mentoring. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Christopher Stewart/Released) 114th Fighter Wing Top 3 hold first meeting
114th Fighter Wing senior enlisted members held their inaugural enlisted Top 3 meeting at Joe Foss Field, March 5, 2017.
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