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  • 2022 Year in review: Flying Yankees moving forward

    The 103rd showcased various strengths and strategic posturing throughout the year. Exercises Swift Response and Cyber Yankee, as well as multiple community outreach events were some of the high points of what Gwinn deemed to be an exemplary effort put forth by members of the 103rd in 2022. The year

  • 103rd LRS wins ARC Air Transportation Activity of the Year

    The 103rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, Connecticut Air National Guard, was awarded the Air Reserve Component Air Transportation Activity of the Year Award for Fiscal Year 2021. The award recognizes organizations within the Logistics community for their contributions to the success of Air Force and

  • Bradley airfield management named best in Air National Guard

    The 103rd Operations Support Squadron’s airfield management section at Bradley Air National Guard Base received top honors in the Air National Guard for 2021, winning the Ronald B. McCarthy Airfield Management Facility of the Year award as part of the Guard’s 2021 Airfield Management Operations

  • The first sergeant is here to help

    Whether an airman is going through a crisis at 2 o’clock in the afternoon or 2 o’clock in the morning, it is the first sergeant’s job to be available to provide support. In other words, the first sergeant, or “first shirt” as they are informally referred to in the Air Force, is always on call. In an

  • Air Guardsman helps neighbors escape fire

    A fire destroyed two multi-family homes in the Rockville section of Vernon, Connecticut. At the time, U.S. Air Force Tech Sgt. Nathan Pisani, a member of the Connecticut Air National Guard’s 103rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, was inside one of the buildings where he lived with his partner and