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Deborah Lee James, Secretary of the U.S. Air Force, steps off of a plane Dec. 15, 2015, upon arrival at the 188th Wing at Ebbing Air National Guard, Fort Smith, Ark. James visited the 188th to learn more about the wing’s recent transition from manned A-10C Thunderbolt II “Warthogs” to intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, remotely piloted aircraft and space-focused targeting. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Chauncey Reed/Released) Secretary of the Air Force makes first-ever stop at 188th Wing
The 23rd Secretary of the Air Force, Deborah Lee James, visited the 188th Wing and Fort Smith
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Crosslin Smith, Cherokee Nation spiritual resource person, speaks during a presentation at Ebbing Air National Guard Base, Fort Smith, Ark., for Native American Indian Heritage Month to members of the 188th Wing Nov. 18, 2015. Smith represented the Cherokee Nation during the Korean War as a member of the 45th Thunderbird Division and is a member of the Keetoowah Society. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Cody Martin/Released) Cherokee Nation honors 188th Wing with visit
Cherokee Nation citizens demonstrated traditional aspects of their culture and spoke about their
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Tech. Sgt. Nicholas Chastain is presented the certificate for his selection as the Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter by Col. Bobbi Doorenbos, 188th Wing Commander, during a commander's call held Dec. 5, 2015. Nineteen Airmen of the Quarter nominees were recognized for their exceptional service to the wing during the last quarter that distinguished themselves among their peers in the 188th. Winners were selected in the Airman, Noncommissioned Officer, Senior NCO, Company Grade Officer and Field Grade Officer categories. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Capt. Holli Nelson/released)   188th recognizes outstanding Airmen of the Quarter winners
Nineteen Airmen of the Quarter nominees were recognized for their exceptional service to the wing
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Winners from all categories for the Outstanding Airman of the Year awards pose for a photo at the conclusion of the ceremony held Dec. 5, 2015 at Ebbing Air National Guard Base, Fort Smith, Ark. Forty two Outstanding Airmen of the Year nominees were recognized during a commander's call for their exceptional service to the wing throughout the last year that distinguished themselves among the best in the 188th. Winners were selected in the Airman, Noncommissioned Officer, Senior NCO, Company Grade Officer and Field Grade Officer categories. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Capt. Holli Nelson/released)  188th recognizes best of the best for 2015
Airmen from across the 188th Wing gathered together Dec. 5, 2015 to celebrate the accomplishments of
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Brig. Gen. Kurt Vogel, commander of the Arkansas Air National Guard, pins a Bronze Star medal onto the shirt of former 188th member Master Sgt. Paul Fair. Fair was awarded the Bronze Star medal for his role as an Agribusiness Development Team member with the 87th Troop Command during Operation Enduring Freedom from Jan. 2010 to Jan. 2011. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Capt. Holli Nelson/released) Former 188th member honored with Bronze Star medal for agricultural work in Afghanistan
Master Sgt. Paul Fair, a former fire protection specialist with the 188th Wing's Civil Engineer
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The 188th Wing’s enlisted ranks of E-1 through E-6 banded together to form the Ebbing Rising Six professional development organization and held their first official meeting with elected representatives during November unit training assembly. The purpose of the Ebbing Rising Six is to enhance and maintain the camaraderie, esprit de corps and prestige of the junior enlisted Airmen and NCOs within the 188th, while promoting a spirit of unity and honor among all enlisted personnel.(U.S. Air National Guard graphic by Tech. Sgt. Patrick Crumby/Released) On the rise: Rising Six
The 188th Wing's enlisted ranks of E-1 through E-6 banded together to form the Ebbing Rising Six
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Dr. Don Sjoberg, superintendent of Poteau Public Schools, accepts the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award Nov. 10, 2015, from 2nd Lt. Alcides Silva, 188th Force Support Squadron personnel officer and Poteau High School teacher, at Poteau, Okla. Sjoberg received the award for contributing to national security and protecting liberty and freedom by supporting employee participation in America’s National Guard and Reserve force as a patriotic employer. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech Sgt. Chauncey Reed/Released) 188th Wing presents Poteau Public Schools superintendent with ESGR Patriot Award
Dr. Don Sjoberg, superintendent of Poteau Public Schools, was recently awarded the Employer Support
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Tech. Sgt. John Vincent conducts seat belt checks at Ebbing Air National Guard Base, Fort Smith, Ark., Nov. 4, 2015. Vincent joined the Arkansas Air National Guard in 2003 and is an occupational safety technician with the 188th Safety office. Vincent has been selected as The Flying Razorback Spotlight for December. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Hannah Dickerson/Released) The Flying Razorback Spotlight - Tech. Sgt. John Vincent
Job title: Occupational safety technicianCivilian job: Self-employed at Bulldog Security Services
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Chief Kevin Lindsey (left) presents officer Nathan Sosebee with the Fort Smith Police Department’s Life Saver Award, Oct. 28, 2015, for his actions at Lake Fort Smith State Park on May 30. Sosebee and his wife were fishing when they heard a cry for help from a man dazed and stranded in the lake. Sosebee aided the man who was suffering from hypothermia and diabetic shock until paramedics arrived on scene. Sosebee is assigned to the 188th Wing’s Security Forces Squadron as an operations officer. (Courtesy photo) The Good Samaritan: 188th’s Sosebee receives Life Saver Award
1st Lt. Nathan Sosebee, 188th Security Forces Squadron operations officer, was presented with the
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Tech. Sgt. Christopher Corbit, vehicle mechanic, uses a plasma cutter at Ebbing Air National Guard Base, Fort Smith, Ark., to remove eyelets Sept. 1, 2015. Airmen within Vehicle Maintenance handle all maintenance concerns for registered vehicles and technical support for ex-registered vehicles. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Cody Martin/Released) 188th vehicle maintainers prove to be high speed
Since the invention of the wheel, transportation has added efficiency to endeavors man can
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