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  • It's more than a job

    Angela Crane is the lead key volunteer with the 139th Airlift Wing resiliency center and has been a key volunteer for two years. In her role, she oversees the resiliency center programs for both the wing and the Advanced Airlift Tactical Training Center.
  • Maintainer bids farewell to 139th Airlift Wing after 36 years of service

    Senior Master Sgt. Terry Ramseier, 139th Maintenance Squadron retires during a ceremony on July 14, 2019.
  • St. Joseph Airmen train at largest USAF air terminal in the Pacific

    Airmen from the 139th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Missouri Air National Guard, recently conducted annual field training at Kadean Air Base, Japan
  • Asking the right financial questions

    Are you making more than minimum payments on your credit cards? Has your income or expenses changed enough that it is getting more difficult to make ends meet? Are you saving enough for retirement and are your investment choices in sync with your goals?
  • Military spouse recognized for leadership in workplace

    Angela Williams-Crane was recognized as a nominee for the Woman in the Workplace - Leadership award during the 2019 Women of Excellence Awards Luncheon on June 20, 2019 at the Civic Arena in St. Joseph, Mo.
  • Airmen activated for flood duty in Missouri

    True to the motto “Always Ready, Ever Willing”, the 139th Airlift Wing was called upon on June 1, 2019, to assist in sand bagging efforts in Norborne, Mo.
  • Spotlight of an Airman: Shelby Cook

    U.S Air Force Senior Airman Shelby Cook is a food service journeyman with the 139th Force Support Squadron, Missouri Air National Guard.
  • 139th recruits at the Kansas City Pride Festival

    The 139th Recruiting Office offered information about the Air National Guard to approximately 15,000 potential recruits during the annual Kansas City Pride Festival.
  • Building financial stability

    Would you like to increase your wealth and overall financial well-being? Regardless of your situation now, let me see if I can give you some strategies that will help. There are four major obstacles to building financial stability/security: How we spend our income; Inflation; Taxes; and Procrastination. Everyone’s financial life is a unique combination of these so let’s identify your factors and get you financially secure!
  • Spotlight of an Airman: Sara White

    Before enlisting into the Air National Guard, Airman 1st Class Sara White worked at a local hardware store. One of her customers was an aircraft loadmaster assigned to the 180th Airlift Squadron. She would hear stories of adventures in the C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft that the unit operates.
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