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  • Community and Airmen come together to golf for a cause

    The 139th Chief’s Association and Airmen and Family Readiness Program team up every year for this fundraising event. Funds raised help Airmen and families throughout the year with scholarships and donations, as well as supporting local entities like the American Red Cross, Specialty Industries and others.
  • Missouri teen volunteers to be the voice of military children

    Trinity Brown, the daughter of Bruce and Ashley Jenkins, both members of the 139th Airlift Wing, was chosen to represent the 139th Airmen & Family Readiness Office as a representative of the state of Missouri in NGB Teen Panel.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 49

    This month’s RSD will mark the halfway point in the year, how are you doing financially? Do you need to make any adjustments in your withholding for income tax purposes? Is your TSP invested properly and are your contributing enough to meet your retirement goals? These and many other types of personal financial planning questions can be addressed in an appointment or call with me.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 48

    By the time you get this issue, your 2020 taxes are most likely filed, Economic Impact Payments have been received, it appears the pandemic is receding somewhat and the economy is starting to recover. This month’s Tidbit focuses on the need to have a written spending plan to help you maximize your income by identifying where and how you have expenses.
  • Comm Flight transitions base to virtual working during COVID Pandemic

    When COVID-19 entered the scene last year, the 139th Airlift Wing, like many organizations, moved to a virtual work environment to ensure the safety of its members, their families, and communities. The 139th Communication Flight knew that they had a mountain of work ahead in order to transition the base to teleworking while maintaining mission readiness.
  • Airmen work with local agencies to be prepared for emergencies

    Airmen with the 139th Airlift Wing, Missouri Air National Guard, conducted a base-wide Major Accident Response Exercise on March 5, 2021, in preparation for the upcoming Sound of Speed Air Show. The MARE exercise allows Airmen to work with civilian agencies in coordinating emergency responses to a mock aircraft accident scenario.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 47

    This month’s Tidbit will follow-up on last month’s focus on income tax filing. Many of you could have experienced notable changes in income, deductions, etc., so please note the tax filing items I suggest.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 46

    This month’s Tidbit will follow up on last month’s focus on income tax filing. Many of you could have experienced notable changes in income, deductions, etc., so please note the tax filing items I suggest.
  • And the prize is: Culinary School!

    Senior Airman Evelyn Snead and Tech. Sgt. Jamal Glasper, Airmen in the Food Services Flight, 139th Airlift Wing were hand selected by their peers to attend the Culinary Institute of America for one week in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Services support the 59th Presidential Inauguration

    Airman of the 139th Force Support Squadron, Missouri Air National Guard, helped a local Washington D.C. restaurant feed troops during the 59th Presidential Inauguration.
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