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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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Gettys assumes command of the 176th Wing

Deployed UAA grads hold ceremony of own

Alaska Air Guard mass briefs aim to assist NGB save 2.1 million man-hours

Slaten takes command of 176th Operations Group

Fitzgerald takes command of 249th Airlift Squadron

176th Wing gets approval from inspectors

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