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  • Connecticut Guard adapts TCCC training to active shooter scenarios

    Members of Connecticut Air National Guard Fire and Emergency Services, alongside members of the 103rd Medical and Security Forces Squadrons, refreshed their skills in Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC). TCCC is the foundation of first-aid skills and life-saving techniques for service members.

  • Connecticut National Guard recruiters give joint tours

    Connecticut Army and Air National Guard recruiters conduct joint base tours every year. The tours give educators and potential national guard recruits the chance to see what goes on behind the scenes in the Connecticut Army and Air National Guard.

  • 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

  • Connecticut Guard upgrades C-130H fleet

    The Connecticut Air National Guard, home of the 103rd Airlift Wing ‘Flying Yankees’, is upgrading its fleet of C-130H Hercules aircraft. The first of seven H3 model C-130s arrived at Bradley Air National Guard Base in June 2021. The H3s will replace the Connecticut Guard’s current fleet of aircraft,

  • 103rd Airlift Wing trains multi-capable maintainers

    EAST GRANBY, Conn. – Airmen from the 103rd Security Forces Squadron partnered with the 103rd Maintenance Group June 5 to conduct flight line security training. The course is part of an Air Force effort to develop multi-capable Airmen embodying the Ability to Survive and Operate (ATSO) mindset.During

  • 103rd, 109th back science foundation mission in Greenland

    The New York National Guard's 109th Airlift Wing and the Connecticut National Guard's 103rd Airlift Wing transported National Science Foundation personnel and equipment from Stratton Air National Guard Base in Scotia, New York, to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland.

  • 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.