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C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; HovdaC-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Hovda
C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Hovda

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

C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; OlsonC-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Olson
C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Olson

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

C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; MacdonaldC-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Macdonald
C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Macdonald

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

Command Chief Master Sergeant for Air Force Global Strike Command visits 219 SFSCommand Chief Master Sergeant for Air Force Global Strike Command visits 219 SFS
Command Chief Master Sergeant for Air Force Global Strike Command visits 219 SFS

U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Brian Hornback, the Command Chief Master Sergeant for Air Force Global Strike Command, speaks to members of the 219th Security Forces Squadron from the Minot Air Force Base, N.D., during training at Camp Grafton, N.D., July 18, 2013.
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Posted: 7/22/2013

219 SFS involved in Minot AFB missile field exercise219 SFS involved in Minot AFB missile field exercise
219 SFS involved in Minot AFB missile field exercise

U.S. Air Force security members of the 91st Missile Security Forces Squadron and the 219th Security Forces Squadron advance to prevent a simulated assault on a missile launch facility during an intense but routine exercise May 22, 2013, in the Minot Air Force Base missile field complex near Minot, N.D. The exercise is significant because it is a final step in the complete integration of the U.S. Air Force active-duty forces of the 91st Missile Security Forces Group and the Air National Guard’s 219th Security Forces Squadron. The missile field complex covers 8,500 square miles in North Dakota, and the Air National Guard members are interchangeable with the active-duty personnel in the security mission throughout the complex.
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Posted: 5/31/2013

Active-duty and NDANG integrated in security missionActive-duty and NDANG integrated in security mission
Active-duty and NDANG integrated in security mission

A U.S. Air Force UH-1N helicopter, of the 54th Helicopter Squadron, leads members of the 91st Missile Security Forces Squadron and the 219th Security Forces Squadron as they advance to prevent a simulated assault on a missile launch facility during an intense but routine exercise May 22, 2013, in the Minot Air Force Base missile field complex near Minot, N.D. The exercise is significant because it is a final step in the complete integration of the U.S. Air Force active-duty forces of the 91st Missile Security Forces Group and the Air National Guard’s 219th Security Forces Squadron. The missile field complex covers 8,500 square miles in North Dakota, and the Air National Guard members are interchangeable with the active-duty personnel in the security mission throughout the complex.
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Posted: 5/31/2013

NDANG integrated into missile field security at Minot AFBNDANG integrated into missile field security at Minot AFB
NDANG integrated into missile field security at Minot AFB

Capt. Gregory Goodman, of the 219th Security Forces Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, addresses Minot Air Force Base, N.D., missile field security personnel during a pre-shift briefing May 21, 2013. The formation is integrated with both 219th Security Forces Squadron personnel in the North Dakota Air National Guard and 91st Missile Security Forces Squadron U.S. Air Force active-duty personnel who are preparing to disperse into the Minot Air Force Base missile field complex to provide security for the missile alert facilities. . The missile field complex covers 8,500 square miles in North Dakota, and the Air National Guard members are being integrated with the active-duty personnel in the security mission throughout the complex.
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Posted: 5/31/2013

219 SFS missile field security at Minot AFB219 SFS missile field security at Minot AFB
219 SFS missile field security at Minot AFB

Tech. Sgt. Kelly Gonzalez, left, and Tech. Sgt. John Chalupa, both of the 219th Security Forces Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, monitor security activity in the security control center of a missile alert facility in the Minot Air Force Base missile field complex near Minot, N.D. May 21, 2013. The missile field complex covers 8,500 square miles in North Dakota, and the Air National Guard members are being integrated with the active-duty personnel in the security mission throughout the complex.
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Posted: 5/31/2013

219 SFS is reaching milestones at Minot AFB219 SFS is reaching milestones at Minot AFB
219 SFS is reaching milestones at Minot AFB

Senior Airman Jennifer Marshik, of the 219th Security Forces Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, approaches a launch facility gate during an intense but routine exercise May 22, 2013, in the Minot Air Force Base missile field complex near Minot, N.D. The exercise is significant because it is a final step in the complete integration of the U.S. Air Force active-duty forces of the 91st Missile Security Forces Group and the Air National Guard’s 219th Security Forces Squadron. The missile field complex covers 8,500 square miles in North Dakota, and the Air National Guard members are interchangeable with the active-duty personnel in the security mission throughout the complex.
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Posted: 5/31/2013

Col Todd Branden PromotionCol Todd Branden Promotion
Col Todd Branden Promotion

Col. Todd Branden, the 119th Support Group commander, North Dakota Air National Guard, stands before Maj. Gen. David Sprynczynatyk, the North Dakota adjutant general, left, during his promotion ceremony at the N.D. National Guard Armed Forces Reserve Center, Fargo, N.D. May 5, 2013.
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Posted: 5/8/2013

NDANGNDANG
NDANG

Master Sgt. Darrick Mischke, of the 119th Logistics Readiness Squadron, refuels a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter upon arrival on the flight line at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., April 29, 2013. The Coast Guard aircraft and personnel are arriving in Fargo to assist the city and surrounding area with rescue capability for the rising flood water from the Red River and its’ tributaries.
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Posted: 4/29/2013

    

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