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  • Airman engineers new career with ANG

    For Senior Airman Michele Reese, problem solving through the use of logic seemed to always be in her nature and played a role in mapping out her new career path with the Air National Guard.

  • Airmen honor those who served before them

    Not only do Airmen of the 193rd Special Operations Wing serve their country, they serve their community by connecting with those who have served before them. They also educate the community on what it is like to serve.October 17, 2017 about half a dozen Airmen from the 193rd Special Operations

  • Strength Management Teams build teamwork

    On a frosty Pennsylvania morning, Oct. 17, 2017, the 193rd Strength Management Team, Production Recruiting and Retention Airmen were joined by the SMTs from 171st Air Refueling Wing and 111th Attack Wing to build teamwork while tackling obstacles. That morning, it may have been physical obstacles at

  • Wing provides non-stop hurricane relief support

    “We never have to worry about finding a great parking space. We’re usually the first ones here in the morning and the last ones to leave at night.”That’s how Lt. Col. Keith Littlewood, 193rd Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron commander, describes his unit’s work schedule over the past

  • PA ANG domestic support capabilities showcased at Vigilant Guard Exercise

    Imagine a Monday morning in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, as thousands of tourists enjoy the pristine beaches, tropical weather and rum punch.  Suddenly the earth shakes … Two minutes later, sirens blare, warning of an impending tsunami, and a frantic scramble to higher ground ensues. Later, as

  • 193rd SOW DPH's work is recognized

    Taking Care of Airmen; it’s a statement that can be heard throughout the 193rd Special Operations Wing. One individual whom excels at this, is Katrina Sylvain, 193rd SOW director of psychological health.Sylvain who has been at the 193rd SOW for about two years, was recognized for her care of Airmen

  • Improving oneself to become a better leader

    Integrity First, Service Before self, Excellence In All We Do.Most people want to be a better person than they were last year, last month or even yesterday. To become a better person, parent, friend, etc., living the Air Force Core Values is needed, self-reflection is needed. Being a better person

  • Broadening cadets horizons

    The morning of March 30, 2017, 21 York Central School District Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets filed off of a yellow school bus to have their horizons broadened by Airmen of the 193rd Regional Support Group.The 148th Air Support Operations Squadron was their first stop on a

  • 193rd SOW educates JROTC of future opportunities

    Awareness not sales. Educating the future about their future. Chief Master Sgt. William Yingling, 193rd Special Operations Wing’s newest command chief and Tech. Sgt. Jordan Parrish, 193rd SOW production recruiter and retainer, spoke to a Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps class at Gettysburg High