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  • 122nd Security Forces thanks Indiana University East

    Indiana University East's Student Veterans Organization received a community support award from the 122nd Security Forces Squadron, March 7, 2015 at the 122nd Fighter Wing, Fort Wayne, Indiana.The SVO made the trip up from Richmond, Indiana to meet some of the recently deployed members that received

  • New era begins in Fort Wayne

    September 13, 2014, the 122nd Fighter Wing welcomed its newest leader of the proud Fort Wayne Air National Guard Base, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Col. Patrick R. Renwick, while simultaneously saluting former Wing Commander, Col. David L. Augustine following his retirement. The symbolic passing of the

  • Defenders Return to the Fort

    The 122nd Fighter Wing welcomed home more than two-dozen members from the 122nd Security Forces Squadron, as they returned from a six-month deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, January 23, 2015 at the Fort Wayne International Airport.Twenty-six Blacksnakes mobilized for this

  • Fort Wayne ANGB supports community ties through parade

    Thousands of people lined the streets of downtown Fort Wayne, eagerly anticipating the beginning of the city's largest summer festival. Kids stood patiently with empty shopping bags, thrilled for the chance to receive loads of candy while parents sat comfortably in lawn chairs. Numerous others

  • Father, son enlist during Armed Forces Weekend at Indy 500

    The opportunity to serve your country is not a chance that everyone gets. However, for Patrick and Taylor Affolder the opportunity was one they could not pass. The father and son duo from Decatur, Indiana and recent enlistees of the 122nd Fighter Wing were proud to be part of a group of Indiana

  • 122nd Fighter Wing Returns from Red Flag Alaska 13-3

    Members of the 122nd Fighter Wing and ten A-10C Thunderbolt II aircraft sent to participate in a ten-day exercise, Red Flag Alaska 13-3, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, returned today. "Taking part in exercises such as Red Flag Alaska is essential to the preparedness of our airmen," said 122 FW

  • Baer Field Heritage Park

    This private park is open to the public and will showcase all of the aircraft flown at the 122nd Fighter Wing Indiana Air National Guard from 1947. It will be a place to discover the heritage of the 122nd Fighter Wing while enjoying a picnic with your family. Free admission. Adjacent to the Fort

  • Golden Knights Fly Over Fort Wayne

    It's a bird, it's a plane, it's the U.S. Army Golden Knights.The Golden Knights Gold Team glided above the Fort Wayne Air National Wing for the first time Aug. 31 through Sept. 2 during Fort Wayne's first air show in 13 years. The team, comprised of nine parachute demonstrators, one crew chief, two

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