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More than 1,400 highly trained citizen-airmen, helping our fellow Alaskans at home and supporting our nation abroad. The 176th Wing is based at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage, with an additional detachment at Eielson Air Force Base.



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The 176th Wing is one of the largest and most active wings in the entire Air National Guard.

Our missions include:
  • Combat Search and Rescue
  • Tactical Airlift
  • Strategic Airlift
  • Air Control
  • Rescue Coordination
And those are just our operational missions! Supporting them are all the highly trained men and women -- pilots, navigators, mechanics, engineers, electricians, administrative support personnel, network programmers, air controllers, medical technicians, chaplains, photojournalists, firefighters and many, many others -- who make it all possible.

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144 Airlift Squadron helps save patients in state-wide exercise

LAVA RESCUE 2014

Alaska Air National Guard holds leadership conference for junior NCOs

Alaska Air National Guard commander promoted to brigadier general

176 Maintenance Group commander promoted to colonel

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105th SFS and 823d BDS unite to remember fallen Airman

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