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  • 163d Attack Wing activates for fire support

    Airmen of the California Air National Guard’s 163d Attack Wing entered into their fifth day in support of civil authorities battling deadly wildfires across California. The California Military Department activated several wing assets, including two MQ-9 Reaper remotely-piloted aircraft, Oct. 10, having received the necessary approval from the
  • 163d Attack Wing hosts innovation showcase and dedication ceremony

    Pentagon officials, California National Guard leadership, local Congressmen and defense industry representatives met Feb. 22 with members of the 163d Attack Wing at March Air Reserve Base, California, for the California Air National Guard wing’s innovation showcase and dedication ceremony for the wing’s new Hap Arnold Center located on base.
  • Fostering resilience through gratitude

    December 2016 Bright Spot column from the 163d Attack Wing Chaplain Corps discusses the link between gratitude and resilience.
  • LaMar assumes command of 163 MXG

    Lt. Col. Blake LaMar assumes command of the 163d Maintenance Group.
  • Sanchez becomes top enlisted

    Chief Master Sgt. Gilbert Sanchez accepts an NCO sword Oct. 1, 2016, during an assumption of authority ceremony held at March Air Reserve Base, California, as he becomes Command Chief of the 163d Attack Wing. Sanchez joined the wing in 1998 after serving five years of active duty. During his career, Sanchez has worked in munitions and logistics. He
  • 163d Airmen help homeless veterans during East Bay Stand Down

    163d Airmen help homeless veterans during East Bay Stand Down
  • Therapy dog touches the hearts of Airmen at the 163rd Attack Wing

    A therapy dog touches the hearts of Airmen as he makes his rounds through the squadron work centers. It is not the typical scene you find at work on military bases although it is a welcomed change at the 163rd Attack Wing. Jax is a German Shepherd who is completing training as a certified therapy dog and belongs to the Wing’s Director of Psychological Health
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