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  • New Mexico Air National Guard celebrates National American Indian Heritage month

    As the United States celebrates National American Indian and Alaskan Native Heritage Month in November, the New Mexico Air National Guard acknowledges the contributions these Airmen make to their units.
  • New Mexico Air National Guardsman follows in brother's footsteps

    Originally from Illinois, Airman 1st Class Justin Laughlin said he fell in love with the mountains and weather in New Mexico.
  • Airman goes above and beyond to keep NMANG mission ready

    Master Sgt. Jason Proctor is gaining a reputation of doing what’s necessary to ensure mission success.
  • SMSgt Jerry Otero retires from the New Mexico Air National Guard after 33 years of service

    New Mexico native Senior Master Sgt. Jerry Otero recently retired from the New Mexico Air National Guard after 33 years of service.
  • 210th Red Horse squadron support to DNWS is a ‘win-win…win’

    Airmen from the New Mexico Air National Guard’s 210ᵗʰ RED HORSE Squadron at Kirtland AFB, N.M. are providing support to the Defense Nuclear Weapon School while receiving valuable training as they work.  In the fall of 2019, members of DNWS started to work with the 210ᵗʰ RED HORSE Squadron and the 58ᵗʰ Training Squadron to help relocate air frame
  • Rogers takes command of Ops group

    Lt. Col. Robert Rogers, a combat systems officer, assumed command of the 150th Operations Group, New Mexico Air National Guard, during a ceremony here, Oct. 3, 2020.Before being selected as the operations group commander Rogers served as the Operational Support Squadron commander and the wing’s plans and programs officer. He spent time in the
  • Unit removes time obstacle, student finishes course in 1 week

    The 365th Training Squadron took to heart the call of Air Education and Training Command Commander Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast that “time is no longer the constant" and helped one student complete its 39-academic-day avionics fundamentals course in one week.
  • 150th SOW members help after storm

    Sixty-two National Guard Airmen from Kirtland Air Force Base helped keep traffic flowing safely during Winter Storm Goliath around the Albuquerque metro area and in hard-hit eastern New Mexico.The Airmen were among the many personnel who helped handle the effects of the storm after the governor activated the National Guard. Capt. Brian Raphael of
  • 58th, 150th SOWs building model for total force integration

    When members of New Mexico's congressional delegation proposed a mission change for the New Mexico Air National Guard's 150th Fighter Wing in 2010, it was a marriage of necessity. Integrating the 150th, a unit dating back to 1947, with Kirtland's 58th Special Operations Wing would mandate a complex transition. The change in weapon systems would be
  • 150th Fighter Wing becomes 150th Special Operations Wing

    The New Mexico Air National Guard's 150th Fighter Wing was redesignated as the 150th Special Operations Wing Dec. 1, inheriting the new mission of training mission-ready aircrews in special operations and personnel recovery. The historic redesignation of the 150th is in conjunction with a three-year Total Force Integration with the 58th Special