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  • December Shirt Blast

    Do you remember the first time you tackled uncharted waters on your own? Was it during college? Tech school? Moving out on your own? Many times when we experience uncharted waters the routines and schedules we are used to shift and sometimes not in the healthiest ways.

  • December Chaplain's Reflections

    I hope that you and your families are doing well and looking forward to the holidays. You may also be looking forward to celebrating New Year’s! Although I believe that it will not be so much of a celebration of the coming of the new year but rather the leaving behind of this past year!

  • December Retiree's Corner

    We are in the early stages of honoring all the Desert Shield/Storm call-ups. This month we will be honoring the 169th Services Flight, the 169th Tactical Fighter Group, and the 169th Mission Support Squadron.

  • November Commander's Corner

    In 1983 I enlisted in the South Carolina Air National Guard at age 17 and it only took me 37 years to finally get an opportunity to write a column for the SCANG News. As my high school basketball coach once told me, “Bowers, you’re very slow. But you make up for it with a lack of quickness!” True

  • November Chief's Perspective

    A lot of us have always considered McEntire Joint National Guard Base (JNGB) as a part of our family. This is the place where we usually spend more time than we do with a lot of our own family members. Everyone has busy lives with jobs, school, hobbies, friends and even other business ventures. The

  • November Shirt Blast

    This year is quickly coming to a close as is evident by the return of the holiday season. What a year it has been: a pandemic, political unrest, government mandated shutdowns, and the list goes on. It has been unprecedented to say the least. Everyone, throughout the world has been affected in some

  • November Chaplain's Reflections

    "For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1The year 2020 has had its fair share of challenges. Travel restrictions, social distancing, a quarantine and I am sure there are many others which are overlooked! In June while attending training, I was

  • November Retiree's Corner

    For now we continue to hold no monthly luncheons. It’s been since March since we have had a luncheon and from the looks of it, it could be a year before things settle down. So we continue on. Nelson McLeod came up with the idea of sending out old pictures of people for posterity sake. And it seems

  • November Fitness Tips

    Core Moves for the Gym/Home for the Holidays and Tips for a Healthy Thanksgiving