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  • Care Contact List

    The Wing Care Team is a full-time resource available both on drill weekends and during the regular work week. The team consists of the Airman and Family Readiness Center, the base Chaplain's staff, the Equal Opportunity Office, Human Resource Advisor, and the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

  • Guardsmen help deliver locally-sourced food

    Members of the Connecticut National Guard partnered with the American Red Cross and the Department of Emergency Management to deliver boxes of food to families in Connecticut as part of the Farmers to Families Food Box program.

  • CT Guard firefighters train, honor 9/11 firefighters

    Firefighters assigned to the Connecticut National Guard recently conducted their two-week annual training. This year, the training took on a special meaning as one of the training dates happened to fall on the 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

  • 103rd Flies Five-ship C-130 Formation

    In a comprehensive display of the unit’s readiness and tactical airlift capabilities, the 103rd Airlift Wing launched a five-ship C-130H1 formation from Bradley Air National Guard Base on October 4, 2020.The mission, known as a “Max Fly,” challenges the unit to fly the maximum amount of aircraft in

  • Connecticut National Guard helps distribute masks to schools

    The Connecticut National Guard is helping both the Connecticut State Department of Education and Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security distribute masks to school districts throughout the state as many transition back to in-person or hybrid learning.

  • 103rd Defenders named 2019 ANG Security Forces Unit of the Year

    The 103rd Security Forces Squadron at Bradley Air National Guard Base received the award for 2019 Air National Guard Outstanding Security Forces Unit of the Year during a ceremony attended by Air National Guard Security Forces leadership on Sept. 19, 2020.

  • Conn. Air Guard squadrons collaborate to safely train readiness

    The COVID-19 pandemic has presented new challenges to training large groups at a single time. The week of Sept. 10, members of the 103rd Civil Engineer Squadron, 103rd Security Forces Squadron, 103rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, and 103rd Medical Group combined their expertise to conduct key

  • 103rd LRS distributes OCPs

    This vital need to distribute clothing is critical as the Air Force transitions from the air battle uniforms (ABU) to the operational camouflage pattern uniform (OCP). The 103rd LRS is distributing four sets of OCPs to approximately 900 Airmen of the 103rd Airlift Wing.

  • Cyber Yankee exercise trains Conn. Guard in virtual threats

    Airmen and Soldiers from the Connecticut National Guard joined other Guard members from throughout New England and state and federal partner agencies, for exercise Cyber Yankee, sharpening their readiness in one of today’s most dynamic battlefields—cyberspace.