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  • 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.
  • Spotlight of an Airman: Jadyn Black

    Airman Basic Jaydn Black returned to the 139th Airlift Wing after completing technical school as a materiel management personnel.
  • 139th recruiters hitch a new trailer

    The recruiting trailer sits at Rosecrans Air National Guard Base, St. Joseph, Mo., March 2, 2019. Recruiters plan to travel to events with the trailer to help their recruiting efforts.
  • The 139th Airlift Wing Presents the 2019 Stars and Stripes Gala

    Save the date for the 2019 Stars and Stripes Gala, the 139th Airlift Wing’s annual military ball, on September 7.
  • Wing seeks ideas for innovation spending that increase mission effectiveness

    The 139th Airlift Wing is asking its Airmen for creative ideas on how to spend its $100,000 of innovation funds for 2019. The funds are part of an Air Force wide innovation initiative announced by Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David L. Goldfein last year.
  • Commander's Corner

    “Be Part of Something Bigger” was splashed across my television screen as I watched my favorite football team, the Kansas City Chiefs, play on a Monday night this fall. This catch phrase was part of our wing’s first ever television commercial aired during an NFL game. I watched with pride as the images of our wing and our airmen in action rolled across the screen. In this annual report for fiscal year 2018, I am struck by the truth of these words. We are all part of a something bigger.
  • Airman recognized as Missouri Air National Guard Outstanding Airman of the Year

    U.S Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Dawn Bickford, the material management superintendent with the 139th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Missouri Air National Guard, was named the 2018 Outstanding Airman of the Year in the senior noncommissioned officer category on Jan. 3, 2019.
  • Lt. Col. Mark Ruehter assumes command of the 139th Mission Support Group

    The 139th Airlift Wing hosted a change of command ceremony for its mission support group at Rosecrans Air National Guard Base on January 5, 2019, in the Newlon Hangar.
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