The Tennessee Air National Guard works with the United States Air Force
and National Guard Bureau to deploy and conduct operations throughout the world.
Headquarters Tennessee Air National Guard is the senior staff, directly responsible to
and acting on behalf of the Adjutant General, providing evaluations, issuing resolutions,
action recommendations, and command and control of the State's units.
Brig. Gen. Don Johnson currently serves as the
Assistant Adjutant General, Air for Tennessee.
Tennessee distinctively has three flying wings and two
geographically seperated units in the Volunteer State.
The mission of the 118th Wing is providing the U.S. Air Force with its most comprehensive Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing. This is accomplished through the synergistic efforts of highly trained citizen airmen aligned within specific mission-oriented groups. Each group is poised to carry out the directives of higher headquarters through the disciplines of remotely piloted aircraft, intelligence/targeting and cyber/ISR resources.
|The 134th Air Refueling Wing in Knoxville, flying the KC-135 Stratotanker, provides the core aerial refueling capability for the United State Air Force and supports refueling operations throughout the world.
134th Web site
|The 164th Airlift Wing in Memphis, flies the C-17 Globemaster, a smaller version of the unit's former aircraft, the C-5. The C-17 is a logistics military transport aircraft designed to provide world-wide massive strategic airlift.
164th Web site
In Tennessee, if you or another Servicemember you know is in crisis, call (855) 435-7492 for assistance 24 hours a day,
7 days a week. If this is a sexual assault issue, contact 615-342-9372.
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You are not alone.