Privately owned weapons are prohibited in National Guard facilities by the authority of the Adjutant General in accordance with Wisconsin Statute 175.60(15m)(a), 943.13(1m)(b), 943.13(1m)(c)4, Army Regulation 190-11 and Air Force Instruction 31-101.
Stay-at-home dad serves two home fronts as Wisconsin National Guard Airman

Friday, September 19, 2014

MILWAUKEE - Before the sun crests the treetops that flank that backside of Airman 1st Class Richard Wengler's house, the 36-year-old father of two young boys gives them a kiss goodbye. He prepares to leave one career and report for duty at the 128th Air Refueling Wing, Maintenance Squadron, for his other career. This sounds familiar to most who serve in the military, leaving their family to report for service. Unlike most people who have a 40-hour work week to earn an income working in an office, working for a municipality, or working for the local cable provider, Wengler's full-time job does not garner him a paycheck. It offers him something many parents would love to say is their full-time career. Wengler is a stay-at-home dad.

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