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Happy Valentine's Day from the 165th Airlift Wing!
ATTENTION TO ORDERS: Please join us in congratuling Senior Master Sgt. Amanda Alvarez to the rank of Chief!
U.S. Air Force 165th Security Forces Airmen trekked two miles in a "Log Walk" to honor Staff Sgt. Gregory Beecham Feb.10, 2018 at the 165th Airlift Wing in Savannah, Georgia. "Beechwood", the log dedicated in his namesake, carries meaning for being the first log transported by Beecham and fellow squadron members by foot across the base. The Log Walk derives from a tradition of carrying a fallen security forces member "home" to the place he or she served. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Chelsea Smith)
We're borrowing a mini C-130 from our friends at Charlotte! To watch the video click the link in our bio!
What is this?! A C-130 for ANTS? 笨茨ク条汾 .
 #instagramaviation #miniC130 #c130 #c130hercules #guarddawgs #165aw #airforce #airforcehumor #ptk_vehicles #instaplane #airplane54 #instaaviation #aviationlife #megaplane #minimegaplane #planephotography #aviationphotography #lockheedmartinlovers #lockheedmartin #coaviation #instaplanelovers #aviationismylife #airplane_lovers #vehiclegram #aviationdaily #Aviationpics #airbusboeingaviation  #iphoneography #iphoneonly #iphonesia #iphoneography
Check out these photos of our Guard Dawgs from the 43d Air Mobility Operations Group from a joint airdrop training at Pope Army Airfield, N.C. 
Air National Guard Airmen from the 165th Airlift Wing in Savannah, Ga., supported joint airdrop training here Jan. 10, dropping Soldiers on Fort Bragg drop zones throughout the day. Airmen in the 43d Air Mobility Operations Group here supported both the visiting aircrew and Army units throughout the training. The 43d AMOG, which is part of Air Mobility Command, powers airlift training and real-world operations for Army and Air Force conventional and special operations units at Fort Bragg, moving millions of pounds of cargo and thousands of passengers each year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Marc Barnes)
Yesterday, Airmen from the 165th Airlift Wing returned home from a deployment in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. Although some are home, we still have Guard Dawgs in the field that will return later in the year. Please be sure to show them your support in he comments below.
The 165th Airlift Wing is closed Jan. 4, 2018 due to weather conditions. #snowmaggedon2018 #savannah #thisiscray
Happy New Year Guard Dawgs!  What are your #2018goals?
Its been an eventful year! #bestnine2017 #2017 #guarddawglife
2017 in review! Check out this story about TSgt Cylethia Hunter's involvement in #hurricanemaria2017
From the field:

Senior Master Sgt. Kenny Rentiers gets a pie in the face during a deployed Christmas celebration. During the festivities, Airmen held a fundraiser for a 165th Airmen and family whose house recently burned down during the deployment. #GuardDawgs #guarddawglife #165aw