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  • 110th Attack Wing Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House

    BATTLE CREEK, MICH. - On September 17, 2016 the Michigan Air National Guard's 110th Attack Wing had a ribbon cutting ceremony for the MQ-9 "Reaper" Squadron Operations Center (SOC), which will serve as the conduit and filter for information traversing to the Ground Control Station at Battle Creek

  • 110th Attack Wing meets key innovator in RPA Operations

    Service members from the 110th Attack Wing Battle Creek Air National Guard Base, Mich., gather for a distinguished presentation featuring Mr. James G. Clark, Director, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Innovation, Deputy Chief of Staff for ISR, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington,

  • Lt. Gov. of Michigan Visits Battle Creek Air National Guard Base

    Lt. Gov. Brian Calley visits the 110th Attack Wing, Battle Creek Air National Guard Base and Fort Custer Training Center, Battle Creek, Mich., Monday, August 16, 2016. Lt. Gov. Calley met with 110th Attack Wing Commander, Col. Brian Teff before traveling to Fort Custer Training Center to meet with

  • Civil Air Patrol at Battle Creek

    One of the better kept secrets of the Air Force is its official auxiliary, the Civil Air Patrol. Founded on December 1, 1941 by citizens committed to using civilian aviation resources to help bolster the nation's defense, Civil Air Patrol was established as a federally chartered nonprofit

  • Meet Taika, Service Dog

    Dogs in Honor is a non-profit organization based in Traverse City, Michigan that seeks to pair veterans experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) with a trained service dog to foster emotional, mental, and physical healing. According to the organization's website, 82% of veterans with PTSD

  • 110th Attack Wing Change of Command Ceremony

    Saturday of 2015's December UTA marked a new era in the 110th Attack Wing's history when Col. Bryan Teff assumed the position of Wing Commander from Col. Ronald Wilson. Brig. Gen. Leonard Isabelle, who presided over the change of command ceremony, said that Col.Wilson's three-year tenure in the