Congratulations to 113th Wing DC Air National Guard F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft pilot Capt. Jonathan Morgan for being awarded the gold medal of valor during the 41st Prince George's County Valor Awards April 25, 2018.
Morgan was one of 60 local residents recognized at this ceremony for their self-less acts of bravery to save others. Although Morgan was recognized at the ceremony, both he and 113th leadership recognized the professionalism of the 113th The National Guard maintenance and operations ground crews and back shop personnel as well as the partnership with local law enforcement, first responders and the host-base Joint Base Andrews .
D.C. National Guard's public affairs office attends The National Guard public affairs workshop where Col. Bernard Koelsch, acting director, Defense Media Activity, shares his vision of where public affairs can go.
Capt. John Morgan is presented an award of valor during the 41st Prince George’s County Public safety luncheon. Morgan is a #113wing pilot who, while flying an F-16 as part of everyday training, experienced an in-air emergency that caused him to eject and land the aircraft in a wooded area located in Prince George’s County, MD. Morgan’s extensive training and quick reaction enabled him to minimize injury to others in the local area. No injuries were reported that day and it is for that very reason Morgan is being honored today.#113WG #DCANGPosted by 113th Wing DC Air National Guard on Wednesday, April 25, 2018
We're looking for ideas from you! The “Get Fit, Stay Fit” challenge is looking for innovative ways to energize our Soldiers and Airmen to live in a culture of fitness to successfully meet the physical demands of the profession. When it comes to maintaining physical fitness, what works for you?
If you have any ideas, The National Guard would like to hear them.
Chaplain continues building spiritual support to foundations for DC Capital Guardians
D.C. National Guard’s 260th Regional Training Institute’s 31B Basic Military Police Course students enter phase 2 of their training. Check out some of the action as the DC Guard trains some of the premier military police!
General Joseph L. Lengyel, chief of The National Guard Bureau and member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, addresses United States property and fiscal officers during their annual workshop on April 18, in Sterling, VA. During the workshop, USPFOs from the 54 National Guard states, territories and the District of Columbia, discussed best practices for managing the resources of the American taxpayer while also completing the National Guard’s mission to compete, deter, and win as a global-fighting force. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Kevin Valentine/released)
Find more photos at the Flickr link below.
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Wingman Wire ep. 6: 'Fit to fight' & camera ready!
Are you 'fit to fight' and camera ready? This week’s Wingman Wire features #113WG civil engineer Tech. Sgt. Timothy Poole, a DC Air National Guard civil engineer whose dedication to physical fitness ignited a career in modeling! Poole, originally from Des Moines, Iowa, served eight years active duty at Joint Base Andrews before becoming a DC Air National Guard member, certified personal trainer and model. #DCNG, #DCANG, #ANG, #NationalGuard, #AmericasAirmen, #TeamAndrews, #AirForceDistrictofWashington, #IowaNationalGuard, #IowaAirNationalGuard, #MarylandNationalGuard, #MarylandAirNationalGuard.Posted by 113th Wing DC Air National Guard on Sunday, April 15, 2018
Tune in to the District of Columbia National Guard’s Annual Prayer Breakfast!
Tune in to the District of Columbia National Guard’s Annual Prayer Breakfast!Posted by D.C. National Guard on Sunday, April 15, 2018
D.C. National Guard's 260th Regional Training Institute's 31B Basic MP Course, Phase 1 students train to become military police in the spring 2018 course at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The RTI trains Guardsmen from all over the country to become the best military police in the country. (U.S. Army National Guard photos by Sgt. 1st Class Khalia Jackson/released)
#MP #Soldiers #DCGuardDCGreat
Maj. Gen. William J. Walker, commanding general, D.C. National Guard, is hosting his annual prayer breakfast, where the theme is "The Heritage of Faith and Service!"
See flyer below for details.
April is #FinancialLiteracyMonth!
Did you know that if you're a D.C. National Guard member, you have a personal financial counselor? If you've got some financial goals: getting out of debt, building credit, saving for a home or car, contact Valerie Purvis, personal financial counselor, DC National Guard Family Program.
In the meantime, check out this article on financial literacy published by The National Guard.
Financial readiness, is readiness.
Thanks, Rebootcamp for sharing info about D.C. National Guard, D.C. Department of Human Resources, and Washington DC Mayor's Office of Veterans Affairs' veteran's hiring event!
Check out the video at the link below!
It's been a busy week for D.C. National Guard!
In partnership with D.C. Department of Human Resources and Washington DC Mayor's Office of Veterans Affairs, the D.C. National Guard hosted a veteran's hiring event that served 600 veterans and veteran spouses. The event was kicked off with opening remarks from Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton.
The D.C. National Guard also hosted delegates from Jamaica Defence Force, our state partner, at the D.C. Armory and FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Continuing the work of protecting the capital and defending the nation since 1802.
Here are some of the photos!
April is the Month of the Military Child. As a show of support for The National Guard children, the D.C. National Guard has added this filter to the profile photo.
There are some of us who serve and there are others of us who model service upon service.
Congrats to Pfc. Jasmine Harris, motor transportation operator, 547th Transportation Company, D.C. National Guard, as she continues her training to become a police officer with the Prince George's County Police Department. Harris models the idea of service upon service as she protects and defends both her country and community as a Soldier and police officer.
#Service #Soldier #Officer
KEEPER OF CONTINUITY
The District of Columbia National Guard provides support to local law enforcement authorities while conducting crowd management, traffic control, and vehicle intrusions operations during the #MarchForOurLives demonstration on March 24, 2018, in Washington, D.C. The soldiers also supplemented Metro’s crowd management with directing and ensuring the safety of participants at 12 Metro Forward stations. The District of Columbia National Guard additionally supported the city with stand-by rapid detection teams manned by personnel from the 33rd Civil Support Team that provided chemical biological radiological nuclear and high-yield explosive detection support. The authority to aid in the mission comes from requesting emergency agencies to the DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency. Finally, the D.C. National Guard acts as an aide multiplier, by performing a civic duty of providing safety to residents and visitors during the event. (U.S. Army National Guard caption by Sgt. Jennifer Amo/released)
Today is the last day of the 9th Annual D.C. Militia and Unity Thunder Car Club Inc. Car Show at the D.C. National Guard Armory.
This album features more images of vehicles presented by former D.C. National Guard members. Today, former Sgt. John Jones drove his 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne to present for the last day of the show.
Other vehicles include retired Army Command Sgt. Maj. Jeffery Credle's 2007 Chevrolet Corvette (C6); retired Air Force Command Chief Master Sgt. Reginald Edwards' 1965 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport 454 and retired Army Sgt. 1st Class Mike McKelvin's 1939 Chevy Coupe. (U.S. Air National Guard photos by Maj. Byron Coward/Released)
Retired Army Command Sgt. Maj. Jeffery Credle, retired Air Force Command Chief Master Sgt. Reginald Edwards and retired Army Sgt. 1st Class Mike McKelvin, all former members of the District of Columbia National Guard, displayed their vehicles at the 9th Annual D.C. Militia MWR and Unity Thunder Car Club, Car Show at the D.C. National Guard Armory March 23-25.
Sunday is the last day to see their vehicles, as well as others, at the car show to possibly include former DCARNG Sgt. John Jones' 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne.
D.C. National Guard Soldiers are sworn in by Lt. Kenneth Taylor, Washington Metropolitan Police Dept., in order to provide support to local partners during the #MarchForOurLives on March 23, 2018 at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. D.C. Guard will be helping MPD and other law enforcement agencies ensure the safety of all people. (Army National Guard photos by Spc. Kevin Valentine/released)