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  • Deployment recognition; change of command ceremonies planned for March training weekend

    Deployment recognition; change of command ceremonies planned for March training weekend Saturday March 2, 2019 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. respectively in the fuel cell hanger at the 185th Air Refueling Wing in Sioux City, Iowa. These events are open to members of the media, retirees, unit members and their families but due to parking and operational concerns these events are not open to the general public.
  • Airmen earn college degree through Community College of the Air Force

    Members of the Iowa Air Guard are honored for earning a two year associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force during training weekend. Nearly all the course work is transferable to most four year colleges.
  • Airmen of the Year selected for 2018

    Four Airmen have been recognized for their efforts during 2018 and named the Airmen of the Year for the 185th ARW.
  • Iowa Guard officer, Faiferlick pens book on bullying

    Iowa Air National Guard Lt. Col. Justin Faiferlick recently published a book titled “Battle Tested, how to awaken your inner confidence and stand up to bullying,” Faiferlick, works as the director of test at the Iowa Air Guard unit in Fort Dodge, Iowa. He is a 6th degree Master in Taekwondo as well as other self-defense techniques.
  • Sioux City native Colonel Mark Muckey named new 185th ARW Commander

    Colonel Mark Muckey has been selected as the next Wing Commander of the 185th Air Refueling Wing
  • Release for Emergency Landing

    An ANG A-10 made an emergency landing in Sioux City after a partial loss of the canopy.
  • 185th ARW awarded Air Force Outstanding Unit Award

    185th ARW awarded Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
  • Combat quilting

    Iowa National Guard Master Sgt. Lynn Koger Unit Training Manager 133rd Test Squadron Fort Dodge, Iowa showed quilts she has made at a recent quilt show. During the past 24 months she kept making quilts even when she deployed to Iraq.
  • November National Native American Heritage Month

    The 185th ARW celebrates November as National Native American Heritage.
  • Improving the process

    185th Air Refueling Wing Military Pay Specialist Shellie Nelson is becoming certified “Green Belt” in continuous process improvement. Nelson is being mentored by Blake Enneking who works as a Manpower Specialist at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri.
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