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We have an excellent career growth opportunity for one officer (Lieutenant Colonel or senior Major) and one enlisted member (Master Sergeant or Senior Master Sergeant) to participate in the State Force Development Statutory Tour Program. A developmental assignment will afford members opportunities to gain staff experience at the MAJCOM, HAF, or Combatant Command level.  There is no guarantee for award of joint credit or location of assignment.  The state will determine the tour length of between one and two years as well as the start and end dates. http://www.ang.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-111018-023.pdf). We expect that the individuals selected for these positions will be in place by October 2014. p> Interested candidates should submit a package through their Command channels to JFHQ/DS that includes the following: ·       RIP
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·       Commander endorsement letter To be considered for these assignments, packages must be submitted by COB Sunday, June 8th, 2014.  There will not be interviews for these positions; candidates will be selected based solely upon the quality of the materials submitted as part of the packages. ROB LYONS, CMSGT
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KC-135s refuel Idaho's A-10s in mid-flight

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2014 Undergraduate Pilot Training Selection Information Update 

The 190th Fighter Squadron is holding an Undergraduate Pilot Training selection board in April for a pilot training slot in FY 2016. All Packages will now be due to SMSgt Bill Ferrell by 21 Feb and the board will be 4-6 April.

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Read the biographies of 124th Fighter Wing Leaders below:
 Sherrie L. McCandless,
124th Fighter Wing Commander
Colonel Christopher D. Rood,
124th Fighter Wing Vice Commander
Command Chief Master Sgt.Tammy S. Ladley
124th Wing Senior Enlisted Advisor
Colonel Paul K. Kingsley
124th Operations Group Commander
Colonel David T. Trimble,
124th Maintenance Group Commander
Colonel Brandon G. Isaacs, DO
124th Medical Group Commander
Colonel Alan J. Clarke,
124th Support Group Commander
Brig. Gen. Michael A. Nolan, Idaho Air National Guard Commander
Command Chief Master Sgt. Carlo J. Fenicottero Jr.
Idaho Air National Guard State Command Chief
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