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  • Port Dawgs send Denton cargo to Honduras

    The 76th Aerial Port Squadron helped pack and load more than 35 thousand pounds of cargo onto a C-5 Super Galaxy aircraft from Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Oct. 21, 2021. The cargo is being flown to Honduras on behalf of MedWish International via the Denton Program.

  • Video: 2021 76er Skills Challenge

    The 76th Aerial Port Squadron is back at it with this year’s 76er Skills Challenge 2021 edition, April 30–May 1. The 76er is an annual event held at Youngstown Air Reserve Station, emulating a local version of the Air Force Reserve Command’s Port Dawg Challenge, which is held every two years. The

  • Four-aircraft tactical airdrop keeps combat-skills fresh

    During the January unit training assembly, Airmen assigned to the 757th Airlift Squadron, 76thAerial Port Squadron, and 910th Mission Support Group, worked together to ensure four C-130H Hercules aircraft were able to fly in a four-aircraft formation to Camp Garfield in Ravenna,Ohio. Each aircraft

  • 76th APS wins the 2019 Port Dawg Challenge

    A team of six 910th Airlift Wing Reserve Citizen Airmen won the 2019 Port Dawg Challenge at the Dobbins Air Reserve Base Transportation Proficiency Center, Georgia. Between April 22-25, 2019, the 76th Aerial Port Squadron competed against 26 other teams from active-duty, guard, reserve and foreign

  • 76th APS hosts the 76er Skills Challenge

    The 76th Aerial Port Squadron holds the 76er competition annually as a fun way to train. The competition consists of six parts: a hundred question test, a pallet build up, a 10K forklift obstacle course, a 25K Halverson obstacle course, a team physical training course, and an simulated Engine

  • Airmen at Work: Port Dawgs pack humanitarian pallets

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 76th Aerial Port Squadron palletized medical equipment gathered from area hospitals by a local charity for transport to Guatemala via military airlift through the Denton program, June 3, 2018.

  • Port Dawgs load rescue trucks for humanitarian mission

    Senior Airman Andrew Flint, a loadmaster with the 21st Airlift Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, directs an Austintown Township fire truck driven by Master Sgt. Chris Hornick, Air Terminal Operations Center Section noncommissioned officer in charge with the 76th Aerial Port Squadron,

  • Denton cargo departs Youngstown

    Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Garland and Senior Airman Andrew Albrecht, air transportation specialists assigned to the 76th Aerial Port Squadron, lift cargo onto a pallet during preparation for a Denton Mission here, Dec. 5 2015. The Denton program allows the Air Force to provide transportation of privately