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Col. McCandless would like congratulate the following Idaho Youth ChalleNGe cadre volunteers:
Master Sgt. Bonnie Davis
Master Sgt. Tim Gibson
Staff Sgt. Michael Sheehan
Staff Sgt. Cliff Ewing
Staff Sgt. John Goodsell
Staff Sgt. Eric Hornaday
In mid-January these selectees will serve in Pierce Idaho as part of the initial cadre for the first two weeks of the 2015 Idaho Youth ChalleNGe course.
Tech. Sgt. Josh Patten, an intelligence mission planner for the 124th Operational Support Squadron graduated from the USAF Warfare Center's Advanced Enlisted Mission Planning Course (AEMPC) with two of three top honors this weekend.
AEMPC is an Advanced Weapons School course intended to produce the Air Force's most highly trained Intelligence NCOs.
Three times a year ACC Combat Air Force (CAF) units submitted their most outstanding performers to attend the USAF Warfare Center's AEMPC course.
And to date, no AEMPC student has ever achieved the grade of 100% in ALL academic, practical, appraisals or Weapon School integration phase evaluations ...until now!
Patten was the top academic graduate with the grade of 100% in all academic, practical, appraisals and Weapon School integration phase…Continue
Want to be a Mentor? Have you ever wanted to get more involved with the young people of Idaho yet just never knew how? The Idaho Youth Challenge Academy is having Mentor Training on December 8th at 5pm at the Caldwell Armory. If you are interested please RSVP to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We Believe in Second Chances!
Idaho Air National Guard Director of Staff Lt. Col. Tim Donnellan and 124th Fighter Wing Command Chief Tammy Ladley will join other reserve-status leaders in 2015 by their selections to the Reserve Component National Security Course. RCNSC is a mini war college experience done just as professionally in a timeframe that works for our traditional force.
"It is one of the best strategic-level courses offered to guardsmen," said Col. Sherrie McCandless, Commander, 124th Fighter Wing. "The caliber of speakers is second to none."
From the 124th Fighter Wing Safety Staff:
Many of you will be hitting the road this weekend to travel home for Thanksgiving. Make sure you have a plan.
When are you leaving? What are the road conditions? When are you planning to arrive at your destination?
As you ponder this take a look at the attached travel information. This has websites for you to check travel conditions in our state and many surrounding states.
Ensure you let someone know the route you plan to take and when you plan to arrive. That cell phone in your hand just might not work, in the middle of a snow storm, for you to call the people waiting on the other end for you.
Make sure you pack an emergency kit in case you become stranded.
Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving [and safe travels] from the 124 FW Safety Staff…Continue