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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air National Guard James W. Hotaling listens as Master Sgt. Steven Rowe, 114th Maintenance Group armament systems specialist, gives him instructions on the “Chief’s Challenge” he participated in at the 114th Fighter Wing Nov. 6, 2015.  Hotaling completed an MJ-1 Jammer driving challenge maneuvering the vehicle around cones and obstacles with a bucket full of water to gauge his accuracy. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Nancy Ausland/Released) ANG Command Chief visits 114th Fighter Wing
Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, command chief master sergeant of the Air National Guard , relayed current key ANG aim points to the 114th Fighter Wing during his visit to Joe Foss Field here, Nov. 6-7.Hotaling, the 11th Command Chief Master Sergeant of the ANG, used his time with the Airmen from the 114th FW conducting town hall style meetings
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Default Air Force Logo 114th Fighter Wing awarded 2015 Maj. Gen. John J. Pesch Flight Safety Trophy and the Distinguished Flying Unit Plaque
Senior leaders of the South Dakota Air National Guard were on hand in Nashville, Tenn. to receive the 2015 Distinguished Flying Unit Plaque and the 2015 Maj. Gen. John J. Pesch Flight Safety Trophy during the National Guard Association of the United States annual conference held September 22, 2015.The Distinguished Flying Unit Plaque is awarded to
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Default Air Force Logo 114th Fighter Wing awarded 2014 Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
The 114th Fighter Wing of the South Dakota Air National Guard is pleased to be announced as the recipient of the 2014 Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for the time period October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2014.The dedication and commitment of the members of the unit enabled the Air National Guard to fulfill its commitment to the missions of
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Angela Rose, founder of Promoting Awareness | Victim Empowerment, speaks in front of members of the South Dakota Air and Army National Guard and other members of the community at Joe Foss Field, S.D. Sept. 10, 2015. Her presentation was part of the training for Sexual Assault Response Coordinators and Victim’s Advocates. (National Guard photo by Senior Airman Duane Duimstra/Released) Angela Rose delivers message about sexual assault
Angela Rose, founder of Promoting Awareness/Victim Empowerment, conveyed a message about how our culture perceives victims of sexual assault and ways to prevent these perceptions to members of the South Dakota Air and Army National Guard as well as members of the community at Joe Foss Field, S.D. Sept. 10.Rose spoke about her experiences
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Staff Sgt. Rachel Vanbeek, 114th Medical Group aerospace medical service technician, carries a barrel across a narrow hand constructed bridge at the Leadership Reaction Course at Camp Rapid, Rapid City S.D., July 30, 2015.  The Medical Group, along with the 114th Security Forces Squadron of the South Dakota Air National Guard, took advantage of an opportunity to train alongside the South Dakota Army National Guard during two week annual training.  Never in the history of the National Guard have we been better trained, equipped or more heavily relied upon than we are today. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Christopher Stewart/Released) Leadership Reaction Course
Airmen with the 114th Medical Group put their problem solving and teamwork skills to the test while completing the Leadership Reaction Course at West Camp Rapid, Rapid City S.D., July 30, 2015.  The Leadership Reaction Course was a part of the medical group's annual training.Thirty three members of the 114th Medical Group took advantage of an
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Default Air Force Logo Members of the 114th FSS volunteer to deploy
Tech. Sgt. Ed Johnson and Senior Airman Amber Spade, 114th Force Support Squadron services specialists, departed Joe Foss Field to deploy to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Inherent Resolve 2, July 21, 2015.A request for relief from the National Guard Bureau was sent to Guard bases throughout the country and the 114th FSS personnel have
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Col. Joel Degroot, 114th Maintenance Group commander, passes the 114th Maintenance Squadron (MXS) guidon to Lt. Col. Travis Boltjes, the incoming 114th MXS commander, during a change of command ceremony at Joe Foss Field, S.D., July 12, 2015. The primary purpose of a change of command ceremony is to allow subordinates to witness the formality of command change from one officer to another. The 114th MXS is the largest squadron on base with almost 250 Airmen. (National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. Luke Olson/Released) Boltjes to command award winning 114th MXS
Lt. Col. Travis Boltjes assumed command of the 114th Maintenance Squadron (MXS) in front of 114th Maintenance Group personnel and Boltjes family members during a change of command ceremony at Joe Foss Field here July 12, 2015.Col. Joel Degroot, 114th Maintenance Group commander, presided over the ceremony and passed the 114th MXS guidon from Lt.
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Brig. Gen. Matthew Jamison, South Dakota National Guard’s assistant adjutant general for air, briefs members and guests of the Air Force Association about the future of the 114th Fighter Wing at Joe Foss Field, S.D., June 25, 2015. Air Combat Command’s goal is to field the F-35 aircraft at locations now hosting fighters and in squadron sizes closely matching those of the legacy units to minimize the cost of conversion. (National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Luke Olson/Released) General briefs AFA about future of unit
The South Dakota Air National Guard hosted a luncheon for the Air Force Association at the 114th Fighter Wing, June 25. Members and guests of the AFA were presented a briefing by guest speaker Brig. Gen. Matt Jamison, South Dakota National Guard's assistant adjutant general for air.The AFA event was meant to expose AFA members and South Dakota
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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Maj. Sallie Ketcham, 114th Force Support Squadron commander, leads new enlistees in reciting the oath of enlistment at Joe Foss Field, S.D. June 5, 2015.  The five members pictured left to right; Kirsten Stevens, Viborg, Parker Ramstad, Colton, Hunter Kjose, Lennox, Jacob Anderson, Hartford, and Brian King Canistota were five of the seven members enlisted on this date at the South Dakota Air National Guard. 114th Force Support Squadron personnel worked overtime to ensure these new members were enlisted before the deadline for them to receive their enlistment bonus for joining the unit.(National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Nancy Ausland/Released) Extra effort pays off
The 114th Force Support Squadron personnel rallied for a late night group enlistment here June 5, 2015 in an effort to ensure new enlistees receive their enlistment bonuses prior to the temporary discontinuation of this incentive program.The National Guard Bureau announced the enlistment incentive program would stop for the remainder of the fiscal
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Firefighters from the 114th Civil Engineer Squadron discuss the next exercise during their training at Volk Field, Wisc. May 6, 2015. The firefighters travel to Volk Field each year to hone their basic skills and to train on a simulated burning aircraft. (National Guard photo by Senior Airman Duane Duimstra / released) Burn to learn
Firefighters from the 114th Civil Engineer Squadron participated in live fire training May 5-7 at Volk Field, Wisc.  The live fire training gives the firefighters the opportunity to learn and gain valuable experience they normally wouldn't receive during the monthly unit training assembly."We normally focus on speed but we are here to hone our base
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