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  • Upcoming changes to CBRNE procedures will shorten training time

    New training for the 137th ARW is scheduled to come out in October covering chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives. Members of the 137th ARW are currently required to complete CBRNE training through online computer based trainings and a hands on class. The new format will exclude computerized training and replace it
  • CSAF Reading List - Download & Read using OverDrive

    CSAF Reading List - Download & Read using OverDrive    OverDrive Digital Media provides language learning materials, downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, music, videos and the 2014 CSAF Reading List (see the "CSAF Reading List" link under FEATURED COLLECTIONS on OverDrive's homepage).  OverDrive's titles work on a variety of devices including smart
  • 137th ARW/CC Reading List 2014

    137th ARW/CC Reading List (2014) Looking for a few great reads?  The following are recommended by Wing Leadership and are available for checkout through the Air Force Digital Media Program. 1.  Running for My Life  by Lopez Lomong is one Lost Boy's Journey from the Killing Fields of Sudan to the Olympic Games. 2.  It Worked for Me  by Colin
  • Kids Kamp 2014 - Part 2 of 2

    With a heat index of well over 100 degrees, sneakers press into blurring heat waves on the pavement. Brett Keenan, youth volunteer from Choctaw, Oklahoma, marches his group to the opening ceremony of Kids Kamp 2014 with rhythm, cohesion and purpose.For the past 18 summers, children of National Guard members have gathered to experience Kids Kamp at
  • 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