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  • Michigan Air National Guard assists Lansing hospital during COVID-19 response

    LANSING, Mich. – Members of the 110th Civil Engineering Squadron, Battle Creek Air National Guard Base, were requested through the City of Lansing Office of Emergency Management and the State Emergency Operations Center to assist Sparrow Hospital in Lansing with the construction of a large medical screening tent on April 15 as part of the state’s response to COVID-19.
  • Tech. Sgt. Christopher Reed was recently selected to be on the Air National Guard team for Defender Challenge 2020

    Tech. Sgt. Christopher Reed, member of the 110th Security Forces Squadron, was selected to be on the Air National Guard team for Defender Challenge 2020. The team is composed of ANG members from around the country, and the event will cover 19 Security Forces teams from every MAJCOM around the globe, US Army Military Police, and select base defense
  • Nourishing Body & Spirit at the 110th Wing

    BATTLE CREEK, MICH.– There is a lot to take in when you go to a Prayer Breakfast at Battle Creek Air National Guard Base. The smells of coffee, eggs, and pancakes compete against the sounds of laughter and good conversation. Really, it’s the smiles that stick out. Whatever comes their way today, the men and women here ready themselves with community and faith. Having finished praying over the food, the chaplain busies himself greeting his brothers and sisters in arms with an air of unbridled positivity. Perhaps this should be surprising, considering how not only is this his last prayer breakfast, but he was also responsible for this 21-year-old tradition.
  • Lt. Col. Janice Davis assumes command of the 110th Medical Group

    BATTLE CREEK, Mich. - Lt. Col. Janice L.B. Davis assumed command of the 110th Wing Medical Group from Col. Raphael Torres during an assumption of command ceremony held on Feb. 1, 2020 at Battle Creek Air National Guard Base, Battle Creek, Mich. During the ceremony, Vice Wing Commander Col. Josiah Meyers welcomed Lt. Col. Davis, spoke of her background and praised her accomplishments. Taking the podium, Davis asserted her intentions to stay true to the Air Force core values of integrity, service and excellence, and also the unit values: compassion, professionalism and commitment. In attendance were members of the medical group as well as members of the 110th Wing staff.
  • 110th Wing 2019 Outstanding Airman of the Year award winners announced

    BATTLE CREEK, Michigan – The 110th Wing recognized its top performers during a year of excellence at a ceremony held Dec. 7, 2019 at Battle Creek Air National Guard Base, Michigan. Wing Commander Col. Shawn Holtz commended Airmen who went above and beyond their job descriptions with awards such as Company Grade Officer of the Year, Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, Airman of the Year, First Sergeant of the Year, and Honor Guard Member of the Year.
  • Readiness training reinforces purpose for 110th Wing services personnel

    BATTLE CREEK, Mich. -- 110th Force Support Squadron services members took the opportunity to get out of the office flow and get familiarized with required skills during a Deployment Readiness Exercise that took place June 6-8, 2019 at Battle Creek Air National Guard Base, Mich. The Deployment Readiness Exercise assisted in adding a real-world element to the scheduled training services Airmen were engaged in.
  • Air National Guard Director visits 110th Attack Wing

    Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, Director of the Air National Guard (DANG), accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Nancy Rice, and Command Chief Master Sgt. Ronald Anderson, Command Chief of the Air National Guard, visited the 110th Attack Wing, Battle Creek, Mich., June 9, 2018.
  • Battle Creek Air Guard, families, welcome Vice President Pence to Michigan

    A cold and damp morning couldn’t keep hearts from buzzing with excitement as about 50 people waited to welcome Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, to W.K. Kellogg Airport, Battle Creek, Mich. on May 12, 2018.
  • Air Force to assess water contamination risk at Battle Creek Air National Guard Base

    The Air Force will conduct environmental sampling at Battle Creek Air National Guard Base in mid-April to assess the potential for drinking water contamination stemming from past firefighting activities.
  • Multinational, Interagency Active Shooter Exercise Builds Partnerships in Michigan

    The room is silent as an Airmen, dressed in padding – a simulated active shooter – lurks back and forth, waiting.