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  • 434th ARW helps deliver first F-35s to Vermont ANG

    The 434th ARW refueled two F-35s over the Midwest during their delivery to the 158th Fighter Wing out of the Vermont Air National Guard Base, South Burlington, Vermont. The National Guard unit is the first Air National Guard unit to receive the aircraft.
  • Making the grade: Grissom rated effective following capstone

    During a busy year of exercises ,inspections and mass deployments, members of the 434th Air Refueling Wing rose to the occasion and were recently given a rating of ‘effective’ during its Unit Effectiveness Inspection Capstone.
  • Band of Mid-America performs in Wabash

    The U.S. Air Force Band of Mid-America Shades of Blue Jazz Ensemble performed at the Honeywell Center in Wabash, Indiana during a free concert for the public Sept. 10.
  • Aerial Port seeks to add depth to an already solid roster

    It’s no easy feat to put boots on the ground and execute the Air Force’s mission, but a well-trained, full roster definitely helps. Airmen from Grissom’s 49th Aerial Port Squadron are tasked with making sure things run smoothly at home and abroad, and it takes a lot of people to get the job done.
  • WWII veteran issues oath of enlistment during Grissom Air and Space Expo

    During the year that marked the 75th anniversary of D-Day, 75 recruits took center stage during the Grissom Air and Space Expo at Grissom Air Reserve Base, Ind. Sept. 7, 2019 and recited the oath of enlistment. It’s an oath taken by all enlisted U.S. military members. However, this occasion was even more special because retired 1st Lt. Robert Tobey, a World War II veteran, issued the oath.
  • Make-A-Wish families enjoy time with Thunderbirds ahead of Grissom airshow

    The high flying Thunderbirds came to a halt on Sept. 6, 2019 for a very special reason-the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Four children from the Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana Make-A-Wish organization came to Grissom to spend time on the base, and with the famous Thunderbirds ahead of the Grissom Air and Space Expo Sept. 7-8, 2019.
  • Grissom remembers those lost on 9/11

    Grissom Air Reserve Base remember those who lost their lives during the tragic event of September 11, 2001 in which nearly 3,000 people were killed.
  • Air Force Band of Mid-America performs at Grissom

    Sense of pride and patriotism came in many platforms during Grissom’s Air and Space Expo and the Air Force Band of Mid-America was in sync to that sentiment using music as their medium to inspire the hearts and minds of spectators. As the gates opened, and the crowd flooded in, patriotic was heard setting the tone for an experience like nothing else during the expo Sept. 7-8, 2019.
  • Enormous crowds gather for 2019 Grissom Air & Space Expo

    Grissom Air Reserve Base hosted an estimated crowd of more than 50,000 over the weekend as military and civilian aircraft from around the country put on a show overhead.
  • First day of Grissom Air & Space Expo kicks off

    With the sun shining and the jets roaring, day one of the Grissom Air & Space Expo left thousands of visitors with plenty to talk about! The air show is the first since 2003 and crowds estimated to be 30-35,000 plus bore witness to old and new military hardware from the time the gates opened at 8:30 a.m. until they closed at 5 p.m.
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Material contained on the Official Grissom Air Reserve Base Internet Web Site is written and produced by members of the 434th Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs Office. The award-winning staff includes:



Douglas Hays
Chief, Public Affairs

Ben Mota
Public affairs Operations Chief

Vacant
NCOIC of public affairs

Tech. Sgt. Jami Lancette
Staff writer

Staff Sgt. Chris Massey
Staff writer

Staff Sgt. Courtney Dotson-Essett
Staff writer

Airman 1st Class Harrison Withrow
staff writer