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  • Kids Kamp 2014 - Part 1 of 2

    Laughter spills through the doorway as campers open the doors and enter the dining facility. Inside, excited chatter splashes and flows around campers wearing bright colors.Also scattered throughout the room in vibrant matching shirts are the adult and youth volunteers whose presence ensures that the fun of the Oklahoma National Guard's Kids Kamp
  • Airmen donate at OBI blood drive

    Members of the 137th Air Refueling Wing participated in a blood drive hosted by the Oklahoma Blood Institute August 2 at Will Rogers Air National Guard Base in Oklahoma City. Airmen took the time throughout the day to donate blood and plasma to OBI, which supplies blood for 150 hospitals in Oklahoma, North Texas and parts of Arkansas, said Barbara
  • Free Language Software Available

    Airmen and their families can now receive military language learning software previously used only by specialists free of charge. The DoD has made the Joint Language University's CL-150 (Technology Matrix for Critical Languages) available to anyone with a .gov or .mil email address. The program combines language technology and content that supports
  • Need a new Identification card?

    Need a new ID card? RAPIDS Appointment Scheduler gives you a convenient way to make appointments and allows access to multiple ID sites. Schedule yours through: https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil/For questions, call 686-5212.    
  • For this man, a Sunday morning made history

    Former lieutenant commander and Pearl Harbor veteran, Edward Vezey Jr. has shared his memories at Pearl Harbor aboard the USS Oklahoma and it's lessons with several audiences. Though most cannot relate to his physical experience, the emotion of his story connects with many.At 93, he remembers the day with great clarity. He had been stationed at
  • 137th FSS trains in mock deployment

    The 137th Force Support Squadron is known for operating the dining facility at Will Rogers Air National Guard Base in Oklahoma.However, when they are at a deployed location, FSS is heavily relied on by Airmen for everyday operations."Most people think we just pass out towels and cook mashed potatoes," said Staff Sgt. Abby Emerson, kitchen
  • Airmen, NCOs conquer ropes course

         Members of the 137th Air Refueling Wing participated in the 3rd Annual Ropes course challenge Sept. 14, at Camp Shiloh in Oklahoma City.      Airmen and non-commissioned officers, totaling 27 members all together, joined to learn about each other and to practice team and confidence building skills. The full-day course began at 8 a.m. with
  • Deserving Airman wins award for excellence

         One of WRANGB's own is the National Guard Bureau's 2010 Outstanding Air National Guard Chaplain Assistant of the Year Award - Minuteman Award recipient.     Tech. Sgt. Joshua Barry of the 137th Air Refueling Wing was honored with the award for his outstanding service both at Will Rogers and while on a 6-month deployment to Dover Air Force
  • Hercules finds new home at Will Rogers

         A C-130E Hercules aircraft, nicknamed "Tractor," has found a home at Will Rogers Air National Guard Base. The C-130, tail number 62-1834, has a distinguished service record and has had several homes in her career before retiring at WRANGB.     "Tractor" entered the US Air Force in May 1963. Aircraft records are not available for her until
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