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  • Connecticut Guard medics attend vaccination training

    Connecticut National Guard medics attended vaccination administration training at the Fairfield Regional Fire School in preparation to support COVID-19 vaccination sites in Connecticut. The training was administered by Fairfield Emergency Medical Services personnel.

  • 103rd Airmen support logistics in Washington, D.C.

    An unprecedented domestic operations response calls for unprecedented logistics support, and a team of three Airmen from the 103rd Logistics Readiness Squadron helped ensure the more than 26,000 Guardsmen who supported the 59th Presidential Inauguration accomplished their mission.

  • 103rd Airlift Wing increases COVID-19 response

    As Connecticut increases its number of COVID-19 vaccination sites throughout the state, 150 Airmen from the 103rd Airlift Wing have volunteered to help the Connecticut National Guard support its many enduring response missions, including COVID-19 testing and food distribution.

  • 103rd Security Forces civilian named top in Air Reserve Component

    For the fourth time in three years, the 103rd Security Forces Squadron has received national-level recognition for its personnel and organization.Mr. David Parker, 103rd Security Forces Squadron program coordinator, was recently named Air Reserve Component Civilian of the Year as part of the 2020

  • CTNG Assists local authorities protect Capitol

    At the request of Gov. Ned Lamont, the Connecticut National Guard activated more than 100 of its members to assist local, state, and capitol law enforcement with the security of key infrastructure around the state capitol, Jan. 17 – 21, 2021.

  • An Airman’s commitment

    On December 5, a few Connecticut National Guard leaders gathered in a small conference room at the Governor William A. O’Neill State Armory to present Airman 1st Class Sikander Rahman with the USO Service Member of the Year Award. What would typically be a more formal event, held in Washington, D.C.

  • Connecticut Guardsman organizes Thanksgiving meal donations

    As many American families continue to face health and economic challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, a Connecticut Air National Guard member is making sure families in the local community can enjoy a warm meal this Thanksgiving.