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  • 171st Air Refueling Wing certifies 911th Airlift Wing TCCC instructors

    The 171st Air Refueling Wing hosted 11 members from the 911th Airlift Wing Aerospace Evacuation Squadron in a Tactical Combat Casualty Care course on March 16, 2022. The 171st is well on its way to training all 171st Guardsmen in the All Service Members portion of TCCC by April 2023.

  • Continuous Improvement

    The 171st Air Refueling Wing recently hosted the first Lean Six Sigma Green Belt LSSGB training session on base in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania Jan. 4-7, 2022.

  • Inspiration Through Generations

    At the 171st Air Refueling Wing, this support is part of being an Airman. But what happens when the Airman is also your mother?

  • A Shared Calling

    A Shared Calling, Commitment, and Sacrifice: Military Families at the 171st Air Refueling Wing

  • 171st Pledges to be Drug Free: Red Ribbon Week

    FINDLAY TOWNSHIP, Pa.-- The 171st Air Refueling Wing hosted a Red Ribbon educational event for its members to spread awareness of the effects of drug prevention and education with a personal commitment to live a drug-free life on Oct. 25, 2020.

  • 171st Guardsmen Take Aim at National Title

    Breathe in… breathe out. Concentrate, aim and slowly squeeze the trigger. The same steps are repeated over and over in order to perfect the craft of a master marksman. Two members from the 171st Air Refueling Wing Security Forces Squadron, Staff Sergeants Robert Lydic and Nick Yackovich, placed in

  • 171st Recruiting Team Overcome COVID-19 Challenges

    Traditionally, the age-old custom of military recruiting has required going into a recruiting station, shaking the hand of your recruiter, attending MEPS, and raising your right hand for the oath of enlistment. But, the military recruiting process, much like all other aspects of normal operations,

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