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  • That NASCAR hat

    This month as the NASCAR 2024 cup series roars to life from a rolling start, a fitting story about how the motor sport inspired an F-16 fighter unit to create an official Air Force ball cap dubbed, “the NASCAR hat.”

  • A KC-135 Christmas tale

    Each December the KC-135 tail on static display at the 185th Air Refueling Wing is wreathed with Christmas lights. The Iowa Air National Guard unit has been decorating the display with lights since the display was first constructed.

  • Pair of Aces

    Twin brothers from the Iowa Air National Guard 185th Air Refueling Wing, Chief Master Sgt. Lucas Terry and Chief Master Sgt. Zachary Terry were both recently promoted to the rank of Chief Master Sergeant at the 185th ARW in Sioux City, Iowa. 

  • Iowa Air National Guard member goes the distance

    Running remains one of the most used forms of exercise to stay fit. Not everybody loves to run, but the benefits are undeniable according to U.S. Air National Guard member, Lt. Col. Jennifer Carlson.

  • 185th ARW Security Forces Conduct Annual Training

    In order to stay qualified and vigilant, the 185th Air Refueling Wing’s Security Forces Squadron is conducting their annual training this week. The team spent the June training weekend at the unit’s firing range where members earned their weapons qualification. The Wing’s Security Forces qualified

  • Lorenzen becomes 185th Command Chief

    Chief Master Sergeant Ron Lorenzen became the 185th Air Refueling Wing’s newest Command Chief during a formal Change of Responsibility ceremony in Sioux City, Iowa, during the unit’s October training weekend on October 24, 2021.

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