The Air National Guard of the United States (ANGUS) includes combat and combat support units in every state and territory of the U.S. They can be quickly mobilized for either local emergencies and natural disasters, or for national service during wartime.
These units are commanded by the governors of their respective states during peacetime, and by the president of the U.S. when mobilized for national emergencies.
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The 182nd Airlift Wing
The 182d Airlift Wing is a premiere Air National Guard Unit providing world class air mobility support and other mission critical functions from facilities located in Central Illinois.
Air National Guard (ANG)
ANG home page. Deployment help line page, locator service, history, news. Offers to display banners for ANG web sites.
Air National Guard Recruiting
Detailed ANG information on tuition assistance, career paths, medical opportunities and your role in public and private work sectors.
Air National Guard Units Listing
Directory and interactive map of all units.
ANG NCO Academy Graduate Association
Provide education and training to develop professionalism, instill pride, and promote camaraderie while encouraging volunteerism among the enlisted force.
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