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  • Guardsman supports COVID-19 response at her university

    A campus typically busy with students and staff in late April sits mostly dormant as the COVID-19 pandemic has forced Central Connecticut State University, like many others, to send students home and move classes online.One of CCSU’s students, however, has returned wearing a uniform to support the

  • CTANG fire department, Security Forces maintain readiness during COVID-19

    Normal routines for Connecticut Air National Guard members have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hundreds of Guardsmen are actively supporting response actions around the state and many full-time personnel continue their daily tasks through telework.A constant in today’s varied environment is

  • 103rd Airmen aim to inspire girls

    Children lined up inside the New England Air Museum to participate in the “Women Take Flight” event held Saturday, March 7, 2020 in Windsor Locks, Conn. The event, which is a celebration of Women’s History Month and women in aerospace, brought women from different military branches and aerospace

  • 103rd LRS supplies readiness

    From pens and pencils, to uniforms and chemical gear, to any part found on a C-130 Hercules, the 103rd Logistics Readiness Squadron’s base supply component provides everything Bradley needs to get the job done.

  • Connecticut Airmen learn MHFA, support resilience

    Members of the Air Force, across the active duty, Guard and Reserve, have been tasked with developing initiatives to support mental fitness and increase resilience. The Connecticut Air National Guard recently hosted a Mental Health First Aid Certification Course in coordination with the Healthy

  • Vehicle maintainers keep 103rd AW moving

    This isn’t your typical vehicle service garage.Inside the vehicle maintenance facility at Bradley Air National Guard Base, 103rd Logistics Readiness Squadron Airmen work diligently on government vehicles from various organizations, including security forces and aerospace ground equipment.

  • 103rd LRS Airmen keep wheels turning on mission readiness

    As the Air National Guard serves as an operational component in an increasingly connected total force, Airmen in the 103rd Logistics Readiness Squadron’s traffic management and ground transportation sections play a key role in ensuring the readiness of organizations across Bradley Air National Guard

  • Connecticut Air National Guard honors deployers at homecoming ceremony

    Airmen from the 103rd Operations and Maintenance Groups stood in formation under the backdrop of an American flag hanging from the ceiling of Hangar 1 at Bradley Air National Guard Base, Jan. 4, 2020. Families, wingmen, and local officials gathered to officially welcome home and honor the

  • Fueling the fleet: 103rd Fuels Airmen keep Flying Yankees mission-ready

    The Flying Yankees of the 103rd Airlift Wing have accumulated numerous achievements in their relatively short time as a C-130H tactical airlift unit, most recently earning Air Mobility Command’s Meritorious Unit Award during their 2019 deployment to Kuwait. Critical to the unit’s success is the