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BREAKING: The 165th Airlift Wing deployed a #C130 Hercules and crew from Savannah to Puerto Rico to support Hurricane Irma relief efforts by transporting necessary food and supplies. #hurricaneirma2017πŸŒ€
Please join us in welcoming our newest Guard Dawg recruit Ryan Conley! Conley is the son of MSgt. Dan Conley and will be serving as a client systems specialist at the 117th Air Control Squadron. πŸΎπŸ’»πŸ›«
Col. James Marren speaks to @wsav3 and Fox 28 regarding the Airmen we have deployed to Florida and Camden County Ga. to support of Hurricane Irma relief efforts.
#Breaking: 165th Airlift Wing deployed more than 60 Airmen to Florida as part of Hurricane Irma relief efforts.
Happy National "DAWG" Day! #nationaldogday #GuardDawgs
"I, (state your name), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same...." Please join us in welcoming Staff Sgt. Matthew Crum as our newest Guard Dawg!
Happy #NationalAviationDay!
Help your #career TAKE OFF in the Georgia Air National Guard!
Please join us in welcoming our newest Guard Dawg, Staff Sgt. Dustin Clayton! Dustin is joining the 165th as a firefighter after serving five years in the U.S. Marine Corps. Dustin wanted to continue serving his country while perusing other career opportunities.
U.S. Air Force tactical air control party Airmen from the 165th Airlift Wing, Air Support Operations Squadron, conducted training at townsend range, in Townsend, Ga. Aug. 4, 2017. The TACPs conducted training in calling in simulated artillery on enemy forces. (U.S. Air National Guard photos by Tech. Sgt. Amber Williams)
U.S. Air Force Tactical Air Control Party Airmen from the 165th Airlift Wing conduct small arms live fire and dry runs at Fort Stewart, Ga. Aug. 4, 2017. (U.S. Air National Guard photos by Tech. Sgt. Amber Williams)
Did you know that sharks and C-130s have a lot on common? 
For instance, sharks have a series of sensors in their noses to detect electromagnetic pulses to have a better understanding of their surroundings. 
Who knows what the C-130 has in its nose to detect its surroundings?

Happy #Sharkweek!