List of United States Air National Guard Squadrons - Wikipedia

List of United States Air National Guard Squadrons

The List of Air National Guard Squadrons is sorted by squadron number with unit emblem, location, command, and aircraft type. Flying squadrons means that they are currently flying or were flying in their past. The other squadrons are not flying, with future status unknown.

Flying squadronsEdit

Squadron Shield Location MAJCOM Aircraft
100th Fighter Squadron[1]
 
Montgomery Air National Guard Base, Alabama ACC F-16C/D; slated for transition to the F-35A.[2]
101st Intelligence Squadron[3]
 
Otis Air National Guard Base, Massachusetts ACC DCGS / Flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former F-15C/D fighter squadron.
101st Rescue Squadron[4]
 
Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base, New York ACC HH-60G
102d Rescue Squadron[4]
 
Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base, New York ACC HC-130P/N
103d Fighter Squadron
 
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove, Pennsylvania ACC INACTIVE / Flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former A-10A fighter squadron.
103d Rescue Squadron[4]
 
Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base, New York ACC Aircrew personnel, but no assigned aircraft. / Combat Rescue Officer (CRO) and enlisted Pararescueman (PJ) squadron; utilizes HH-60G aircraft of the 101 RQS and HC-130P aircraft of the 102 RQS.
104th Fighter Squadron[5]
 
Martin State Airport / Warfield Air National Guard Base, Maryland ACC A-10C
105th Airlift Squadron[6]
 
Nashville International Airport / Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Tennessee AMC MQ-9 / Manned flying mission terminated due to BRAC with squadron redesignation pending; former C-130H airlift squadron.
106th Air Refueling Squadron[7]
 
Birmingham Air National Guard Base, Alabama AMC KC-135R
107th Fighter Squadron[8]
 
Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Michigan ACC A-10C
108th Air Refueling Squadron[9]
 
Scott Air Force Base, Illinois AMC KC-135R
109th Airlift Squadron[10]
 
Minneapolis-St. Paul Air Reserve Station, Minnesota AMC C-130H
110th Bomb Squadron[11]
 
Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri AFGSC B-2A
111th Attack Squadron[12]
 
Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base, Texas ACC MQ-9
112th Fighter Squadron[13]
 
Toledo Air National Guard Base, Ohio ACC F-16C/D
113th Air Support Operations Squadron[14]
 
Hulman Field Air National Guard Base, Indiana ACC ASOS and DCGS / Flying mission terminnated due to BRAC; former F-16C/D fighter squadron.
114th Fighter Squadron[15]
 
Kingsley Field Air National Guard Base, Oregon ACC F-15C/D
115th Airlift Squadron[16]
 
Channel Islands Air National Guard Station, California AMC C-130J
116th Air Refueling Squadron[17]
 
Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington AMC KC-135R
117th Air Refueling Squadron[18]
 
Forbes Field Air National Guard Base, Kansas AMC KC-135R
118th Airlift Squadron[19]
 
Bradley Air National Guard Base, Connecticut AMC C-130H
119th Fighter Squadron[20]
 
Atlantic City Air National Guard Base, New Jersey ACC F-16C/D
120th Fighter Squadron[21]
 
Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado ACC F-16C/D
121st Fighter Squadron[22]
 
Joint Base Andrews, Maryland ACC F-16C/D
122d Fighter Squadron[23]
 
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, Louisiana ACC F-15C/D
123d Fighter Squadron[24]
 
Portland Air National Guard Base, Oregon ACC F-15C/D
124th Attack Squadron[25]
 
Des Moines International Airport, Iowa ACC MQ-9 / Manned flying mission terminated due to Base Realignment and Closure; former F-16C/D fighter squadron.
125th Fighter Squadron[26]
 
Tulsa Air National Guard Base, Oklahoma ACC F-16C/D
126th Air Refueling Squadron[27]
 
General Mitchell Air National Guard Base, Wisconsin AMC KC-135R
127th Command and Control Squadron[28]
 
McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas ACC INACTIVE / Flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former B-1B bomb squadron. Non-flying mission terminated and squadron inactivated effective Sep 2014[29] due to USAF budget reductions imposed by sequestration.
128th Airborne Command and Control Squadron[30]
 
Robins Air Force Base, Georgia ACC E-8C
129th Rescue Squadron[31]
 
Moffett Federal Airfield, California ACC HH-60G
130th Airlift Squadron[32]
 
Yeager Airport / McLaughlin Air National Guard Base, West Virginia AMC C-130H
130th Rescue Squadron[31]
 
Moffett Federal Airfield, California ACC MC-130P
131st Fighter Squadron[33]
 
Barnes Air National Guard Base, Massachusetts ACC F-15C/D
131st Rescue Squadron[31]
 
Moffett Federal Airfield, California ACC Aircrew personnel, but no assigned aircraft. Combat Rescue Officer (CRO) and enlisted Pararescueman (PJ) squadron; utilizes HH-60G aircraft of the 129 RQS and MC-130P aircraft of the 130 RQS.
132d Air Refueling Squadron[34]
 
Bangor Air National Guard Base, Maine AMC KC-135R
133d Air Refueling Squadron[35]
 
Pease Air National Guard Base, New Hampshire AMC KC-135R; slated for transition to KC-46A[35][36][37]
134th Fighter Squadron[38]
 
Burlington Air National Guard Base, Vermont ACC F-35A.[39]
135th Intelligence Squadron[5]
 
Martin State Airport / Warfield Air National Guard Base, Maryland AMC DCGS / Flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former C-130J airlift squadron.
136th Air Squadron[40]
 
Niagara Falls Joint Air Reserve Station, New York ACC MQ-9 / Manned flying mission terminated effective Dec 2015 due to USAF budget reductions imposed by sequestration; former C-130H "associate" airlift squadron to Air Force Reserve Command's 914th Airlift Wing.
137th Airlift Squadron[41]
 
Stewart Air National Guard Base, New York AMC C-17A
138th Attack Squadron[42]
 
Syracuse Hancock International Airport /
Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, New York
ACC MQ-9 / Manned flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former F-16C/D fighter squadron.
139th Airlift Squadron[43]
 
Schenectady County Airport /
Stratton Air National Guard Base, New York
AMC LC-130H, C-130H
141st Air Refueling Squadron[44]
 
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey AMC KC-135R
142d Airlift Squadron[45]
 
New Castle Air National Guard Base, Delaware AMC C-130H
143d Airlift Squadron[46]
 
Quonset Air National Guard Base, Rhode Island AMC C-130J
144th Airlift Squadron[47]
 
Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson, Alaska PACAF C-130H
145th Air Refueling Squadron[48]
 
Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base, Ohio AMC KC-135R
146th Air Refueling Squadron[49]
 
Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania AMC KC-135T
147th Air Refueling Squadron<[49]
 
Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania AMC KC-135T
179th Fighter Squadron[50]
 
Duluth Air National Guard Base, Minnesota ACC F-16C/D
148th Fighter Squadron[51]
 
Tucson Air National Guard Base, Arizona AETC F-16A/AM/B/BM/C/D/E/F / NATO/Allied/Coalition F-16 training in support of F-16 Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programs.
149th Fighter Squadron[52]
 
Langley Air Force Base, Virginia ACC F-22A
150th Air Refueling Squadron[44]
 
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey AMC KC-135R
151st Air Refueling Squadron[53]
 
McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tennessee AMC KC-135R
152d Fighter Squadron[51]
 
Tucson Air National Guard Base, Arizona AETC F-16C/D / NATO/Allied/Coalition F-16 training in support of F-16 Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programs.
153d Air Refueling Squadron[54]
 
Key Field Air National Guard Base, Mississippi AMC KC-135R
154th Training Squadron[55]
 
Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas AETC C-130H
155th Airlift Squadron[56]
 
Memphis Air National Guard Base, Tennessee AMC C-17A
156th Airlift Squadron[57]
 
Charlotte Air National Guard Base, North Carolina AMC C-17A (Transitioned from C-130H in 2018)
157th Fighter Squadron[58]
 
McEntire Joint National Guard Base, South Carolina ACC F-16CM/DM
158th Airlift Squadron[59]
 
Savannah Air National Guard Base, Georgia AMC C-130H
159th Fighter Squadron[60]
 
Jacksonville Air National Guard Base, Florida ACC F-15C/D
160th Fighter Squadron[61]
 
Montgomery Air National Guard Base, Alabama ACC INACTIVE / F-16C/D fighter squadron; redesignated as the 100th Fighter Squadron.
161st Intelligence Squadron[62]
 
McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas ACC DCGS (flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former F-16C/D fighter squadron)
162d Reconnaissance Squadron[63]
 
Springfield Air National Guard Base, Ohio ACC MQ-1 / Manned flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former F-16C/D fighter squadron.
163d Fighter Squadron[64]
 
Fort Wayne Air National Guard Base, Indiana ACC A-10C
164th Airlift Squadron[65]
 
Mansfield Lahm Air National Guard Base, Ohio AMC C-130H
165th Airlift Squadron[66]
 
Louisville Air National Guard Base, Kentucky AMC C-130H
166th Air Refueling Squadron[48]
 
Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base, Ohio AMC KC-135R
167th Airlift Squadron[67]
 
Shepherd Field Air National Guard Base, West Virginia AMC C-17A
168th Air Refueling Squadron[68]
 
Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska PACAF KC-135R
169th Airlift Squadron[69]
 
Peoria Air National Guard Base, Illinois AMC C-130H
170th Fighter Squadron[70]
 
Capital Airport Air National Guard Station, Illinois ACC INACTIVE / Flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former F-16C/D fighter squadron.
171st Air Refueling Squadron[8]
 
Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Michigan AMC KC-135T
172d Attack Squadron[71]
 
Battle Creek Air National Guard Base, Michigan ACC MQ-9 / Fighter/attack flying mission terminated in 2009 due to BRAC and transferred to 107th Fighter Squadron; former A-10A fighter squadron. Manned flying mission terminated in 2013 due to USAF budget reductions imposed by sequestration; former C-21A airlift squadron.
173d Air Refueling Squadron[72]
 
Lincoln Air National Guard Base, Nebraska AMC KC-135R
174th Air Refueling Squadron[73]
 
Sioux City Air National Guard Base, Iowa AMC KC-135R
175th Fighter Squadron[74]
 
Sioux Falls Regional Airport / Joe Foss Field Air National Guard Station, South Dakota ACC F-16C/D
176th Fighter Squadron[75]
 
Dane County Regional Airport / Truax Field Air National Guard Base, Wisconsin ACC F-16C/D; slated for transition to the F-35A.[76]
177th Information Warfare Aggressor Squadron[28]
 
McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas ACC Non-flying information warfare squadron / Flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former F-16C/D fighter squadron.
178th Reconnaissance Squadron[77]
 
Hector International Airport / Fargo Air National Guard Base, North Dakota ACC MQ-1A / Manned flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former F-16A/B (ADF) fighter squadron.
180th Airlift Squadron[78]
 
Rosecrans Air National Guard Base, Missouri AMC C-130H
181st Airlift Squadron[79]
 
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas AMC C-130H
182d Fighter Squadron[80]
 
Lackland Air Force Base / Kelly Field Annex, Texas AETC F-16C/D
183d Airlift Squadron[81]
 
Allen C. Thompson Field Air National Guard Base, Mississippi AMC C-17A
184th Attack Squadron[82]
 
Fort Smith Regional Airport / Ebbing Air National Guard Base, Arkansas ACC MQ-9 Reaper / Prior manned flying mission (1st iteration) terminated in 2007 due to BRAC; former F-16C/D fighter squadron; latest manned flying mission (2nd iteration) terminated in 2014 pursuant to 2013 NDAA; former A-10C fighter squadron; Loss of A-10s part of a since discontinued USAF effort to retire all A-10 aircraft from USAF, AFRC and ANG inventories and shift funding to the F-35A due to sequestration-imposed pressures on USAF budget.[83]
185th Air Refueling Squadron[84]
 
Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma AMC KC-135R / Associate squadron to Air Force Reserve Command's 507th Air Refueling Wing. As of 2015, was slated to redesignate as a special operation squadron and return to Will Rogers Air National Guard Base flying the MC-12W aircraft under claimancy of AFSOC; transition in flux as of 2016.[85][86]
186th Airlift Squadron
 
Great Falls Air National Guard Base, Montana AMC C-130H / Fighter mission terminated in 2014 due to USAF 2010 Force Structure Change; former F-15C/D fighter squadron. Realigned as a C-130 airlift squadron with F-15 aircraft reassigned to the California Air National Guard.
187th Airlift Squadron[87]
 
Cheyenne Regional Airport / Cheyenne Air National Guard Base, Wyoming AMC C-130H
188th Rescue Squadron[88]
 
Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico AETC HC-130P, HH-60G, CV-22B
189th Airlift Squadron[89]
 
Boise Airport / Gowen Field Air National Guard Base, Idaho AMC INACTIVE / Flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former C-130H airlift squadron[89]
190th Fighter Squadron[90]
 
Boise Airport / Gowen Field Air National Guard Base, Idaho ACC A-10C
191st Air Refueling Squadron[91]
 
Salt Lake City International Airport / Salt Lake City Air National Guard Base, Utah AMC KC-135R
192d Airlift Squadron[92]
 
Reno Air National Guard Base, Nevada AMC C-130H
193d Special Operations Squadron[93]
 
Harrisburg Air National Guard Base, Pennsylvania AFSOC EC-130J
194th Fighter Squadron[94]
 
Fresno Air National Guard Base, California ACC F-15C/D
195th Fighter Squadron[51]
 
Tucson Air National Guard Base, Arizona AETC F-16C/D
196th Attack Squadron[95]
 
March Air Reserve Base, California ACC MQ-1A / Manned flying mission terminated due to BRAC; former KC-135R air refueling squadron.
197th Air Refueling Squadron[96]
 
Goldwater Air National Guard Base, Arizona AMC KC-135R
198th Airlift Squadron[97]
 
Muñiz Air National Guard Base, Puerto Rico AMC C-130H
199th Fighter Squadron[98]
 
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii PACAF F-22A
200th Airlift Squadron[99]
 
Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado AMC C-21A
201st Airlift Squadron[22]
 
Joint Base Andrews, Maryland AMC C-40B, C-38A
203d Air Refueling Squadron[98]
 
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii PACAF KC-135R
204th Airlift Squadron[98]
 
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii PACAF C-17A
210th Rescue Squadron[100]
 
Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson, Alaska PACAF HH-60G
211th Rescue Squadron[101]
 
Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson, Alaska PACAF HC-130P, transitioning to HC-130J
212th Rescue Squadron[102]
 
Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson, Alaska PACAF Aircrew personnel, but no assigned aircraft. / Combat Rescue Officer (CRO) and enlisted Pararescueman (PJ) squadron; utilizes HH-60G aircraft of the 210 RQS and HC-130P aircraft of the 211 RQS.
214th Reconnaissance Squadron[51]
 
Davis–Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona ACC MQ-1B / Established in 2007 as a Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA, e.g., unmanned) flying squadron.
249th Airlift Squadron[103]
 
Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson, Alaska C-17A

Non-flying squadronsEdit

Certain non-flying ANG squadrons in the previous list were formerly flying squadrons prior to BRAC-directed force reductions in the 1990s and 2000s and/or USAF budget-driven force reductions imposed by sequestration in 2013 and subsequent.

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