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Brig. Gen. Ron Solberg promotionBrig. Gen. Ron Solberg promotion
Brig. Gen. Ron Solberg promotion

U.S. Army Maj. Gen. David Sprynczynatyk (left), North Dakota adjutant general, administers the commissioning oath to Brig. Gen. Ron Solberg on Sept. 7, 2013, at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base main hangar in Fargo, N.D., as family members and fellow Airmen look on. Solberg is the newest general in the North Dakota National Guard and will now serve as the assistant adjutant general for air. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 9/8/2013

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Brig. Gen. Ron Solberg promotion

U.S. Airman Sgt. Joseph Solberg (left), of the North Dakota Air National Guard’s 119th Civil Engineer Squadron, pins a brigadier general star on the uniform of his dad, Ronald Solberg (center), while Dawn, Ronald’s wife, pins the other star Sept. 7, 2013, at the Air Guard’s main hangar in Fargo, N.D. Brig. Gen. Ron Solberg is one of only four generals in the North Dakota National Guard and the only Air National Guard general in the state. With the promotion, he now assumes the role of assistant adjutant general for air. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 9/8/2013

Last C-21 departs from the NDANGLast C-21 departs from the NDANG
Last C-21 departs from the NDANG

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Scott Hovda, a crew chief in the 119th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, salutes as he assists pilots Col. Kent Olson, the 119th Wing commander and Col. Brad Derrig, the 119th Wing vice-commander, as they launch the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

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C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp

U.S. Air Force Maj. Penny Ripperger, of the 119th Wing, right, speaks to 119th Wing unit members, along with civilian media journalists prior to press conference at the departure of the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

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U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Amy Wieser Willson, the Deputy Public Information Officer North Dakota National Guard, assists members of the civilian media during a press conference at the departure of the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

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U.S. Air Force retired Maj. Gen. Alexander P. Macdonald, former N. D. adjutant general, salutes unit members of the 119th Wing as he addresses them, along with civilian media journalists at a press conference prior to the departure of the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 175,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

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C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Scott Hovda, a crew chief in the 119th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, gives hand signals as he assists pilots Col. Kent Olson, the 119th Wing commander and Col. Brad Derrig, the 119th Wing vice-commander, as they launch the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

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C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp

U.S. Air Force C-21 pilots from left to right Col. Brad Derrig, the 119th Wing vice-commander, Col. Kent Olson, the 119th Wing commander, and Lt. Col. Jerrad Krapp, the 177th Airlift Squadron commander, pose for a photo near C-21 aircraft number 40064 moments before the launch it for the final time from the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

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U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Scott Hovda, a crew chief in the 119th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, prepares to assist with the launch of the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 175,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

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U.S. Air Force Col. Kent Olson, the 119th Wing commander, speaks to unit members of the 119th Wing and civilian media journalists at a press conference prior to the departure of the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. He is piloting the aircraft on its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 175,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

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U.S. Air Force retired Maj. Gen. Alexander P. Macdonald, former N. D. adjutant general, speaks to unit members of the 119th Wing and civilian media journalists at a press conference prior to the departure of the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

219 SFS training at Camp Grafton, N.D.219 SFS training at Camp Grafton, N.D.
219 SFS training at Camp Grafton, N.D.

Senior Airman Cody Jenson, of the 219th Security Forces Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, leads a simulated attack on a training building in an effort to clear the building of hostile forces during combat training in the MOUT (Military Operations in Urban Terrain) village at Camp Grafton, N.D. The personnel are wearing protective gear because they are firing simunition rounds that are simlar to paintball rounds.
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Posted: 7/22/2013

    

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