Rear Admiral Nancy J. Lescavage, USN (Ret), Executive Director Pennsylvania Military Community Enhancement Commission, and Peter Witmer, Deputy Director, tour local installations with Col. Goodwill, PA ANG HQ; Maj. Baker, 911th Air Lift Wing; Marcel Minutolo, Military Affairs Council, and Chuck Sargent (not pictured here), Commissioner PMCEC. The tour included the 316th ESC, 911th Air […]
The VRRAP program offers education and training for high-demand jobs to Veterans who are unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic and is part of the American Rescue Plan. This is a great benefit even for veterans who have no remaining educational benefits and Robert Morris University is one of the approved universities in the program. […]
We have a large presence of the National Guard and reservists in the Western Pennsylvania area. This pay raise would go a long way to helping support our service members. Read more information here.
The 171st Air Refueling Wing participated in a Change of Command ceremony where Colonel Raymond L. Hyland took command of the 171st on May 6, 2021, near Pittsburgh, PA. Brig. Gen. Michael J. Regan, Commander of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard officially passed the 171st guidon to Hyland making him Wing Commander. Congratulations to Colonel […]
Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station is striving to create joint partnerships with surrounding opportunities. These types of programs continue to strengthen the region promoting joint military-academic partnerships. Read the full article here to find out how senior leadership is capitalizing on the ARS’s geography.
Our region has seen threats to the military community under previous Base Realignment and Closures (BRAC) recommendations. Fortunately, all of the local units have been spared because of the benefits that they provide (see our previous article, “How The 911th Airlift Wing Helps Pennsylvania’s Economy Soar.”) Now, policy analysts at the Heritage Foundation are calling […]
Marcel Minutolo served around the world as part of the Army National Guard and now uses his role at Robert Morris University to continue serving not only his community but active and veteran military men and women.