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143d Airlift Wing Receives New Command

Rhode Island Air National Guard Senior NCO Council Hosts Inaugural Leadership Development Course

Rhode Island National Guard Holds Annual Wingman Day

The National Guard State Partnership Program: Bahamas DFT 2014

Chief Master Sergeant Brush Visits the 143d Airlift Wing

Rhode Warriors Return Home Safely and Successful

Colonel Robert Germani Jr., Vice Commander, 143d Airlift Wing, Retires After 34 Years of Dedicated Service

Rhode Warriors Return from Deployment

Rock Solid Warrior: Airman 1st Class Jared Kearns

Twin brothers, separated during childhood, serve together

tab143d AW Environmental Commitment 
Please click here to view the current 143d Airlift Wing Evironmental Commitment Statement. Current as of 6 Dec 2013
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ANG's Outstanding NCO of the Year: Staff Sgt. Douglas Kechijian

ANG's Outstanding Airman of the Year: Senior Airman Jonathan Smail

CMSAF touts 'One Air Force' during ANG enlisted call

New Jersey Air National Guard trains with Bulgarian air force at Thracian Star 2015

JSTARS Airmen welcome ANG Command Chief Hotaling

Total force effort ensures successful typhoon evacuation

Another Swamp Fox first, combined training with Polish Air Force

Arizona Airmen memorialize fallen Iraqi fighter pilot

ANG Command Chief among key speakers at Florida ANG's first Airman Development Course

121 ARW hosts 3rd Pilot for a Day

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tabColonel Floru Farewell and Thank You to the Rhode Warriors 
The 143d Airlift Wing Commander, Colonel Art Floru, takes a moment to bid farewell and thank the Rhode Warriors. Please take a moment to read his message.


Click here to read the message.
tabDirector, Air National Guard 
Lt Gen Stanley E. ClarkeLt. Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III

Lt. Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III is responsible for formulating, developing and coordinating all policies, plans and programs affecting more than 108,000 Guard members and civilians in more than 88 flying wings and 175 geographically separated units across 213 locations throughout the 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands.

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The 143d Airlift Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office is here to help you.

Located in Building P1, Room 208
Office Phone: 401-267-3214
Cell Phone: 401-474-6816

Please click here to learn more information about the 143d AW SAPR Office.

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Our mission is to promote the accomplishments of 143d Airlift Wing and its members to internal and external audiences with vigor and professionalism. In doing so, it's a privilege to serve you. Your needs, in support of our unit mission, are top priority.

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tabRead the Rhode Warrior Light
Read the new monthly newsletter, the Rhode Warrior Light, by clicking here. Also, look for printed copies in your orderly rooms and QR codes located throughout the base to scan with your smart devices. Happy Reading!

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tab143d Airlift Wing is Hiring Pilots
The 143d is currently hiring pilots! Please click here for more information.
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To learn more about the FOIA and about how to request information through the FOIA, view the DoD FOIA Handbook.

Office of Information and Privacy (NGB/JA-OIP)
Attn: ANG FOIA Requests
111 South George Mason Drive, AH2
Arlington VA 22204-1373
Phone: (571) 256-7838 or (703) 607-5901
Fax: 703-607-3684

For submitting Freedom of Information requests online to our Requester
Service Centers (RSC) click on the following AF eFOIA Public Access Link
(PAL): www.efoia.af.mil/palMain.aspx or by email at FOIA@ng.army.mil

When requesting by e-mail please be sure to indicate it is a request for the Air National Guard.

Service records on former civilian and military members are NOT maintained by the Air National Guard. They are maintained by the National Archives and Records Administrations' National Personnel Records Center. Records request instructions and contact information is listed on their Web site.
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