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Boise Mayor Bieter: Air Force might hold off on decommissioning Gowen Field’s A-10s
Boise Mayor Dave Bieter said he had only a few brief chances to speak to U.S. Air Force leaders about the fate of Gowen Field’s A-10 mission while in Montgomery, Ala., two weeks ago.
Nothing’s certain yet, Bieter said, but based on those conversations and others he’s had with people around the military, he believes the Air Force might delay its move to ground the 22 A-10s based at Gowen Field, the Idaho Air Guard base, for a few years.
It all depends on the budgets Congress sets, Idaho National Guard spokesman Tim Marsano said.
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GOWEN FIELD, Idaho (April 17, 2015) -- An armament systems specialist with the 124th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Weapons Load Shop here was presented with a Ground Safety Well Done award April 12 for researching and developing a storage system for the squadron’s Triple Ejection Racks.
Master Sgt. Marshall J. Daniell’s TERs storage system has resulted in a decrease in injuries and the required storage footprint for the weapons warehouse.
“It was a great honor for me to be here to present an Air Force level award to one of the 124th Fighter Wing Airmen,” said Col. Edward Vaughan, director of safety for the Air National Guard. “Air National Guard Airmen, on a daily basis, are innovating to get the mission done and to make the mission move forward. Sergeant Daniell is just the tip of the…Continue