Some service members of the 139th Airlift Wing are wearing their love for the Chiefs on their sleeves leading up to the Super Bowl.
A third C-130 Hercules is in St. Joseph airspace as the 139th Airlift Wing continues to slowly revive its aircraft fleet.
Rosecrans Air National Guard Base has propeller bases that will allow the 139th Airlift Wing to get a third C-130 Hercules flying in the skies. The base currently has two aircraft approved to fly.
Rosecrans Memorial Airport is getting a new runway, terminal and air traffic control tower in the next few years, and airport officials and the construction company provided shareholders with details Thursday about the projects.
The 139th Airlift Wing has its second C-130 Hercules back up flying after the U.S. Air Force grounded the aircraft in September.
Retired Col. Milt Toratti, 80, has spent his retirement years pursuing a passion that he first developed at the age of 13: documenting the lives and careers of ex-military men and women.
Another C-130-Hercules will soon be back in the skies above St. Joseph.
As service branches struggle to meet enlistment goals, the Marine Corps Recruiting Sub-Station in St. Joseph is rising to the challenge. Covering Northwest Missouri and Kansas, recruiters meet with individuals to find those who best fit the criteria to be a Marine. Sgt. Jacob Smith, a recrui…
After the U.S. Air Force grounded a group of aircraft at the end of September, the first C-130 Hercules in the state of Missouri is back up flying.
After two months of the aircraft not flying, the 139th Airlift Wing flew its first C-130 Hercules on Monday. However, it will return to maintenance for further inspection after not passing its safety test.
The Missouri National Guard is currently a part of the state’s Department of Public Safety, but voters could soon change that.
Local leaders got an inside look at the 139th Airlift Wing at Rosecrans Air National Guard Base on Friday, learning about aircraft and base operations.
The U.S. Air Force grounded all C-130 Hercules aircraft for safety concerns, which is slowing operations at the 139th Airlift Wing.
As businesses and organizations continue to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, many are struggling with staffing shortages. In St. Joseph, the 139th Airlift Wing is no exception.
The commander of the 139th Airlift Wing takes an all-hands-on-deck approach to the future success of the military unit at Rosecrans Memorial Airport.
The 2022 Sound of Speed Airshow is less than a month away, and it will be taking St. Joseph back in time with some historic aircraft.
More than 230 students from 15 area high schools attended a career fair to explore future opportunities in the military Wednesday at Rosecrans Air National Guard Base.
The Marine Corps League is hosting a recognition ceremony in St. Joseph for former prisoners of war and those missing in action Saturday to ensure they are honored and remembered.
St. Joseph residents are accustomed to the sight of a C-130 aircraft high above the city, its gray bulk moving like a great whale untethered from sea and land.
A former presiding commissioner of Buchanan County has a new role in Jefferson City.