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  • 128 ARW Airmen Activated to Work Mobile Testing Sites

    Airmen from the 128th Air Refueling Wing, Wisconsin Air National Guard, are being activated to work at mobile testing and specimen collection sites in support of the battle against COVID-19 throughout Wisconsin starting May 1, 2020. 
  • Prioritizing the Health of the Force

    The 128th Air Refueling Wing hosted the Bi-Annual Community Commanders Call on behalf of Zablocki Veterans Affairs and Milwaukee Vet Center 12 Nov. 2019 at Sijan Hall, General Mitchell Air National Guard Base.
  • 128th Communications Flight Change of Command

    Lieutenant Col. Jeannie Jeanetta took command of the 128th Communications Flight during a change of command ceremony October 6, 2019, at the 128th Air Refueling Wing, Wisc.
  • Support Helps the Deployed

    A recent welcome home celebration held at the 128th Air Refueling Wing on Sunday, Oct. 14 highlighted the role the National Guard’s support network plays while service members are deployed.
  • Know Your Military: 128 ARW Fire Department

    The role of a fire protection specialist at the 128th Air Refueling Wing could require fighting a forest fire in northern California, battling a hazardous material fire on an Air Force base overseas, or even controlling a burning home in one of the neighborhoods of a surrounding community. The main mission is to prevent the loss of life and property from fire. To do that, this unit’s Airmen and civilian firefighters must train for an array of situations in many different environments.
  • ANG director and senior enlisted leader visit 128 ARW in Wisconsin

    Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, the director of the Air National Guard, and Chief Master Sgt. Ronald C. Anderson, the command chief master sergeant of the Air National Guard, visited the 128th Air Refueling Wing, Wisconsin Air National Guard, June 3, 2018.The distinguished visitors toured the 128 ARW during the wing's regularly scheduled drill to ensure
  • Have you helped a perpetrator commit sexual assault?

    You are a good person. You are hard working. You stay true to your word. You help others when you can. Why would you allow a perpetrator to commit sexual assault?
  • Know Your Military: Master Sgt. Chance Biller

    Lead, follow, or get out of the way! This is a phrase often used in the military to accentuate the need for our leaders to pilot us to victory. It also offers opportunity for our Airmen to step up in throes battle and take hold of a situation so that others may fall in line to support. MSgt Chance Biller has taken this to heart and is leading the effort to battle the stigmatism surrounding mental health in the military. Biller has made the choice to speak openly about his struggle with mental health, and has become an advocate for others struggling to seek help through the numerous support resources the military offers. The following is a transcription of an interview with Biller on Mar. 14, 2018.
  • Know Your Military: 2nd Lt. Melissa Childs

    2nd Lt. Melissa Childs carries herself with a quiet confidence, and what appears to be an endless reserve for patience. This seems to be a requirement for her very demanding position as the executive officer for the wing headquarters office. A position normally reserved for field grade officers, Childs was selected for the position after serving as an Equal Opportunity officer for less than a year. In a month that celebrates our Nation’s African American history, it is fitting that our first “Know Your Military” series subject is one of our finest junior officers and the first black female officer to serve at the 128th Air Refueling Wing in over a decade. The following is a transcription of an interview with Childs on Feb. 27, 2018.
  • What it Means to be a 128 ARW Wingman

    Along with the Air Force core values- "Integrity First, Service before Self, and Excellence in All We Do"- being a good wingman is a key characteristic of any Airman. From the start of Basic Military Training, Airmen are taught to look out for one another as comrades and equals, wherever and whenever.