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158FW News

  • Airman Knits Joy for Self and Others

    Senior Airman Emily Sorrell took a simple knitting hobby and created a rewarding side hustle by crafting mini creatures that she calls “plushies.” And she may have a common throat bacteria to thank for her success.

  • Back with a Bang: Vermont F-35s to the Forefront at William Tell

    After nearly two decades, the skies over Savannah once again roared with the sound of competitive spirit as the Air Force's historic William Tell Air-to-Air Weapons Meet made its triumphant return. Hosted at the Air Dominance Center from Sept. 11-15, 2023, this event showcased the prowess of the Air

  • Air Force Announces Winners of William Tell 2023 Competition

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – The Air Force wrapped up its first William Tell Air-to-Air Competition in 19 years on Sept. 15, at the Air Dominance Center in Savannah, Georgia.Airmen from across active, reserve and guard wings participated in William Tell 2023, which tested aircrew performance in air superiority,

  • 158th Fighter Wing Makes History in Austria

    The Vermont Air National Guard made history as they arrived in Austria to celebrate the one year anniversary of their State Partnership Program agreement, which saw U.S. F-35s land in Austria for the first time on June 16, 2023.

158FW Press Releases

  • 158FW Night Flying This Week

    The Vermont Air National Guard will conduct night flying from Tuesday, Nov. 28 to Friday, Dec. 1 with one afternoon and one evening takeoff period per day. Flying will typically conclude by 7:00 p.m. each day.

  • 4th of July F-35 Flyover

    The Vermont Air National Guard is proud to announce a regional flyby over Vermont and parts of New York in honor of the upcoming 4th of July celebrations.

  • VTANG Welcomes New Leadership

    The Vermont Air National Guard had a significant transition of leadership during a change of command ceremony at the South Burlington Air National Guard Base as Brig. Gen. Henry Harder, Jr. assumed command as the Air Component commander, succeeding Brig. Gen. Steven Lambrecht on June 4, 2023.