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  • Becoming A Pilot in the VTANG

    The Vermont Air National Guard (VTANG) will begin accepting applications beginning January 1st, 2017 and closing March 31st, 2017 for an Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) Board to be held in June 2017. This will be a selection board to hire new F-35 pilots into the VTANG.APPLICATION PACKAGESPilot application package must be submitted in full by
  • 158th Fighter Wing’s History at a Glance

    158th Fighter Wing's History at a GlanceHumble BeginningsVermont's Air National Guard has roots as the fifth guard unit in the United States, federally recognized in August of 1947, a month after President Harry S. Truman signed the National Security Act of 1947 which officially separated the U.S. Air Force from the Army. The pilots were part of
  • Vermont Air National Guard History

    Our HistoryThe Vermont Air National Guard, organized on July 1, 1946 as the fifth Air Guard unit to be formed, received federal recognition on August 14, 1946. The organizers of the 134th Fighter Squadron included Major General Murdock Campbell - the Adjutant General, Colonel Albert Cate - Air Advisor, and Lieutenant Colonel William M. Bowden - the
  • Becoming An Officer In the Vermont Air Guard

    The Air National Guard is unique among the reserve services. It serves the interest of the nation in its Federal role by providing the United States with a well-trained and well-equipped force. In addition, in its State role, the Air National Guard responds to disasters and other emergencies when summoned by the respective governor. The Air
  • 158th FW - Green Mountain Boys - History

    I am the dream of Ethan Allen, soaring above the battlefields of the American Revolutionary War from Bennington to Fort Ticonderoga.  Conceived in the Pacific Theater during World War II and nicknamed the “Yellow Scorpions” by none other than Tokyo Rose, I have flown combat patrols in China-India-Burma, escorted cargo and bombers over “the Hump”
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