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  • 20 years later, unit members recall 9-11 response

    Twenty years after the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States, 193rd Special Operations Wing members - who were serving at the time - recall their responses. 
  • Airman Insight: Tech. Sgt. John Heinsey

    Tech. Sgt. John Heinsey, the intelligence superintendent with the 193rd Special Operations Support Squadron, has served 10 years in the Air Force. The Reamstown native recently sat down for a conversation about his experience in the military, his love for the outdoors and shinrin-yoku, the Japanese word for forest bathing, and a few other topics.
  • Airman Insight: Staff Sgt Rachel Loftis

    Staff Sgt. Rachel Loftis, a public affairs specialist with the 193rd Special Operations Wing, started her military career on active duty in 2013, and joined the 193rd in 2017 through the Palace Chase program. She shares some insight on her unique fitness regimen of aerial acrobatics.
  • 193rd Special Operations Wing welcomes new SARC

    Yadira Morales, the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator for the 193rd Special Operations Wing has served in the field for over 15 years. She’s worked for a variety of organizations to provide services to victims/survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. These organizations include the Army, Air Force, Coast Guard and child protective services. The Puerto-Rican Native recently sat down to share some insight on her job as a SARC.
  • Airman Insight: Airman 1st Class Adam Schuck

    MIDDLETOWN, Pa. — Airman 1st Class Adam Schuck, a services specialist with the 193rd Special Operations Force Support Squadron, has served two years in the Pennsylvania Air National Guard. The Joliet, Illinois native recently sat down for an interview to share some insight. 
  • Medical Airmen perform tactically

    Approximately 33 Airmen from the 193rd SOMDG Det 1 conducted the two-day TCCC course May 20-21 at Fort Indiantown Gap.
  • 193rd SOW Airmen participate in TCCC exercise

    Airman of the 193rd Special Operations Wing, including the 193rd Special Operations Medical Group and 148th Air Support Operations Squadron, participated in a Tactical Combat Casualty Care field training exercise April 6 at Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, Pennsylvania.
  • Airman provides 'A New Hope' through charity

    A long time ago in a childhood far, far away ... It was a period of formative learning. Chris Fagan, on the week of his FIFTH birthday, attended “STAR WARS: Episode IV, A New Hope” during its opening weekend. At the time, he did not understand the impact it would have on his life, but his PASSION for the epic space opera began at that early screening and would continue throughout the rest of his life. Little did he know, this PASSION would lead him to make such a POSITIVE IMPACT on many others along the way ... Tech. Sgt. Chris Fagan, the 193rd Special Operations Maintenance Squadron fuel systems NCO in charge, believes that if you have a passion or talent for something, it behooves you to do something with it, to share it with others.
  • Honoring history, rewriting expectations

    The month of March marks the celebration of Women’s History and the recognition of International Women’s Day. Women’s History Week began in March 1981 initially as a week-long celebration. Six years later, in 1987, Congress passed a proclamation designating the entirety of March as Women’s History Month.
  • Airman Insight: Chief Master Sgt. Regina Stoltzfus

    State Command Chief Master Sgt. Regina Stoltzfus, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, has served 34 years in the military. She began her career in the Active Duty Air Force and then transitioned to the PAANG in 1986 under the Palace Chase program. She became the first female assigned as the 193rd Special Operations Wing command chief master sergeant. She has since continued on to become the first woman to serve as a state command chief.