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  • Total Force Integration brings active duty pilot to South Dakota

    Capt. Patrick Harrington, Air Force F-16 pilot assigned to the 378th Fighter Squadron, Truax Field, Wis., is currently stationed at Joe Foss Field and flying with the 175th Fighter Squadron. With the Total Force Integration program, Harrington is one of many active duty Airmen who are assigned to Air National Guard units around the country.The
  • Cooking for a good cause

    Senior Master Sgt. Tim Wenzel, 114th Force Support Squadron services supervisor, participated in the International Chef Cook-off with assistance from Senior Airman Jesse Volek, 114th Force Support Squadron services food service specialist, Nov. 3, 2016 at the Multi-cultural Center of Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls, S.D. This is the second annual event
  • Soldiers and Airmen Prepare for the Inauguration

    Security Soldiers and Airmen from the South Dakota National Guard prepare for joint support of the 58th Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20.They will join hundreds of National Guardsmen from across the country to assist with security, crowd control and traffic management throughout the U.S. Capitol region.This joint service
  • Promoting patriotism

    The 114th Fighter Wing offers members a unique way to show their patriotism and to support community events through participation in color guard events in Sioux Falls, S.D. and the surrounding area.  The color guard is organized through the Non-Commissioned Officer Academy Graduates Association and Master Sgt. Lisa Eisenhauer, current president of
  • Director of Air National Guard visits South Dakota

    Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, Director of the Air National Guard, met with Airmen from the 114th Fighter Wing about current issues and the direction of the ANG during a visit to the unit at Joe Foss Field, S.D., Nov. 6, 2016."My goal as the director is to visit all 90 Wings in my four year tour of duty," said Rice. "My job is to train, organize, and
  • Command Chief Master Sgt. Anderson visits 114th Fighter Wing

    The highest ranking officer and enlisted member of the Air National Guard visited the 114th Fighter Wing here, Nov. 5 2016.Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, ANG director, and Chief Master Sgt. Ronald C. Anderson, command chief master sergeant of the ANG, spent the day at the unit speaking to Airmen, touring the facilities, and participating in a recognition
  • Rising 6 members volunteer

    114th Fighter Wing Rising 6 members and Soldiers from the South Dakota Army National Guard volunteered through the Workers on Wheels Rake the Town project Oct. 29, 2016. It was a great opportunity for Airmen and Soldiers to work together to support the local community and help those in need.Approximately 38 airmen, soldiers, and their families
  • Off-base aviation support improves community relations

    Whether its fighter jets, cargo planes, or bombers, a military flyover/flyby is a sight to see. They are a military tradition that is exciting for Air Force members to participate in and also electrifying for the surprised spectators to witness.Flyovers, officially classified as off-base aviation support, are non-funeral events where military
  • Big turnout for the 114th Fighter Wing Career Day

    The 114th Fighter Wing recruiters hosted a Career Day for high school students and their parents on Oct. 19, 2016 at Joe Foss Field, S.D.Career day showcases different vocations which the Airmen of the 114 FW perform on a daily basis."Career day is a big event for us because it spreads awareness of the South Dakota Air National Guard which could
  • AvDet 16-4 wraps up

    After four weeks and some significant challenges, Aviation Detachment 16-4 came to a close here, Sept. 23.The South Dakota Air National Guard deployed more than 100 personnel to Lask Air Base, Poland in support of AvDet 16-4, a bilateral training exercise between the U.S. and Polish forces.The plan was to have eight F-16 Fighting Falcons on the