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The 121st Air Refueling Wing's mission is to provide highly trained professionals in support of federal, state, and community interests by:

  • Providing timely worldwide air refueling, air-lift and support forces of the United States military.
  • Protecting life and property, preserving peace, order and public safety for Ohio
  • Participating in local, state and national programs that add value to the American community.
tab121 ARW Leadership 
 
 Col James V Jones
 
  Colonel
Joseph W. Schulz
  
Vice Commander
 Chief Master Sergeant Eric Wallace Chief Master Sgt.
Eric R. Wallace
Command Chief

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Security Forces takes Alpena by storm

Ohio Air National Guard units train in England

Vibrant Response 2014

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Unit climate; Why it matters and your role in developing it

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Kentucky Air Guard completes Ebola-response mission in Senegal

188th Airmen rehearse disaster response skills, ability to survive, operate

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Mississippi Guardsmen key in homeland defense exercise

145th Airlift Wing remembers, celebrates Veterans Day

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tabAir National Guard: A Short Story 
The Air National Guard as we know it today -- a separate reserve component of the United States Air Force -- was a product of the politics of postwar planning and interservice rivalry during World War II. The men who planned and maneuvered for an independent postwar Air Force during World War II didn't place much faith in the reserves, especially the state-dominated National Guard.

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