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Mission: We continuously deliver worldwide Air Refueling, Disaster Response and Combat Support.

Vision: As citizen Airmen, we continue the nation's militia tradition and embrace the Air Force core values.
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 Col Mark D Auer
 
Colonel Gregg J Hesterman Colonel
Gregg J. Hesterman

Vice Commander
 Chief Master Sergeant Eric Wallace Chief Master Sgt.
Eric R. Wallace
Command Chief

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New training brings new opportunity for Security Forces Airmen

Rickenbacker ANGB hosts Jake Sprowl as Pilot for a Day

Reservists muster for annual screening

121st change of command

121st hosts third Pilot for a Day

121st participates in Red White and Boom

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Pilot lifts spirits, builds resiliency through sport

Tankers flash new buckeye pride

Airman’s training and quick response saves life

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179th Director of Psychological Heath recognized at Pentagon

D.C. National Guard leadership exchanges ideas, expertise with Jamaica Defense Force

Utah ANG participates in multi-agency medevac training

JSTARS hosts large joint-force exercise: integrates with Navy's P-8A for simulated war at sea

Leadership course provides Airmen pathways to success

Rickenbacker ANGB hosts Jake Sprowl as Pilot for a Day

Sentry Eagle 2015 caps a busy summer for 173rd FW

Desert Airmen head to mountains for expeditionary skills training

South Carolina Air National Guard welcomes special guest

Deployment for Training keeps civil engineers mission ready

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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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