121st Fighter Wing Flight line

121st Fighter Wing Flight line

Footage taken during February 2013 CUE exercise.

36th and 121st Fighter Squadrons train together (Report)

36th and 121st Fighter Squadrons train together (Report)

The 36th and the 121st Fighter Squadrons from Osan and Seosan Air Bases trained together in a combined exercise. Staff Sergeant D.J. Ayres tell us how the US and the Republic of Korea work together towards a common goal. The 36th Fighter Squadron (36 FS) is part of the US Air Force's 51st Operations Group, 51st Fighter Wing, at Osan Air Base, South Korea. It operates the F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft conducting air superiority missions.

F-16 Operations: 113th Wing

F-16 Operations: 113th Wing

The 113th Wing is part of the District of Columbia Air National Guard, known as the "Capital Guardians." The wing provides air sovereignty forces for defense of the nation's capital, as well as fighter, airlift, and support forces capable of local, national and global employment. http://www.lockheedmartin.com/products/f16/ http://www.codeonemagazine.com/

285th ASMC and 137th Signal Co. advance teams deploy to Puerto Rico

285th ASMC and 137th Signal Co. advance teams deploy to Puerto Rico

An advance team from the 285th Medical Company (Area Support) and the 137th Signal Company board a KC-135 Stratotanker from the 121st Air Refueling Wing in Columbus, Ohio to deploy to Puerto Rico. The Soldiers will be conducting logistical and operational assessments prior to the remainder of their units' arrival, in support of hurricane relief efforts. Ohio National Guard video by 1st Lt. Aaron Smith and Senior Master Sgt. Ralph Branson. #HurricaneMaria #NationalGuard

113th Wing Aircrew Spotlight: Emergency egress & parachute descent training

113th Wing Aircrew Spotlight: Emergency egress & parachute descent training

Credit: Tech. Sgt. Arthur Mondale Wright | Date Taken: 04/09/2017 Members of the D.C. Air National Guard's 113th Operations Group provides training and equipment support for members of the 121st Fighter Squadron. This feature highlights emergency egress and parachute descent training; an annual training all pilots must complete.

121st Security Forces Squadron Annual Training 2014

121st Security Forces Squadron Annual Training 2014

The 121st Security Forces Squadron exemplifies teamwork and readiness as they perform annual training at the Alpena Combat Readiness Center, Michigan.

2008 Joint Services Open House - F-16 Fighting Falcons of the DC ANG (Flybys and Low Approaches)

2008 Joint Services Open House - F-16 Fighting Falcons of the DC ANG (Flybys and Low Approaches)

2008 Joint Services Open House Saturday May 17, 2008 Watch as these four F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 121st Fighter Squadron of the DC Air National Guard return to perform a couple flybys and low approaches.

113th Wing Aircrew Spotlight: Emergency egress & parachute descent training

113th Wing Aircrew Spotlight: Emergency egress & parachute descent training

Credit: Tech. Sgt. Arthur Mondale Wright | Date Taken: 04/09/2017 Members of the D.C. Air National Guard's 113th Operations Group provides training and equipment support for members of the 121st Fighter Squadron. This feature highlights emergency egress and parachute descent training; an annual training all pilots must complete.

121st ARW Refuel Mission

121st ARW Refuel Mission

Take a ride with members of the 121 Air Refueling Wing at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base as they refuel the USAF Thunderbirds. Sponsored by the Ohio Employer Support for Guard and Reserve (ESGR). Filmed and edited by North C Productions LLC.

2008 Joint Services Open House - F-16 Fighting Falcons of the DC ANG (Takeoffs)

2008 Joint Services Open House - F-16 Fighting Falcons of the DC ANG (Takeoffs)

2008 Joint Services Open House Saturday May 17, 2008 Watch as four F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 121st Fighter Squadron of the DC Air National Guard depart Andrews AFB. They would return later on to do some flybys and low approaches.

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