If you hear some loud booms coming from the area of Westover Air Reserve Base Friday, there is no reason to be alarmed.
Approximately 50 airmen from Westover Air Reserve Base have been deployed to Florida to help in the relief efforts from Hurricane Irma.
One of 22News’ employees is a part of the group that is already helping out in Florida for the next month.
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They’ll spend at least 30 days assisting recovery efforts, based from Homestead Air Reserve Base near Miami.
Fifty members of the 439th Airlift Wing are headed to Florida to assist with recovery operations following Hurricane Irma.
The American Red Cross is calling for thousands of volunteers while the state is sending four teams of responders to Florida.
Westover Air Reserve Base received a call to load up three C-17 planes with emergency trucks filled with supplies to help FEMA relief effort…
Members of the 42nd Aerial Port Squadron are doing their part to help the victims of Hurricane Irma.
The C-5A left on its final flight from Westover Air Reserve Base Thursday morning.
A man with a love of animals and the armed services, is collecting pet food for USO service members.
The C-5A Galaxy will head to the Air Force boneyard at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona.
The dog was able to track the child from his home after he went missing around 3:00 p.m. Sunday.
The 104th Fighter Wing commander is thanking the community, sponsors, and spectators for making the airshow a success.
Westover’s $90 million remodeled planes are parked.
Westfield residents said the city fills with excitement during the annual event.
Cesar Luis Delrio was wanted on seven warrants, including several for violent felonies.
The 128th Brigade Support Battalion fundraising car show attracted many veterans happy to help their fellow service members.
Seventy one years ago, twenty five servicemen were killed when their plane returning from serving in World War II crashed on Mount Tom.
Chicopee police say a man cleaning a house on Montgomery Street found two devices resembling old military ordnances.