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F-16 Fighting Falcon

F-16 Fighting FalconIn an air combat role, the F-16's maneuverability and combat radius (distance it can fly to enter air combat, stay, fight and return) exceed that of all potential threat fighter aircraft.

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  • Logistitcs Plans Career Field

    Logistics Plans (2G0X1) Specialty Summary. Develops, evaluates, monitors, and supervises logistics plans and programs including war reserve materiel (WRM), deployments, employment, and support planning and agreements. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 155100. Duties and Responsibilities: Performs logistics deliberate planning processes. Develops
  • MEDICAL/HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT CAREER FIELD

    The Medical Career Field encompasses functions involved in operating both fixed and tactical medical facilities and sub professionally caring for and treating authorized personnel. This career field includes aeromedical activities, aerospace physiology, specialized medical services including ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology, orthopedics, urology,
  • MISSION SUPPORT FLIGHT

    The Mission Support Career Field includes functions and activities of personnel, military equal opportunity, education and training, and manpower. Personnel functions encompass classifying, assigning, promoting, base reenlisting and separating military personnel; MilPDS management; controlling, administering, and interpreting personnel tests used
  • MUNITIONS CAREER FIELD

    1. Specialty Summary. Performs and manages munitions production and materiel tasks and activities. Identifies munitions and equipment requirements. Operates and maintains automated data processing equipment (ADPE) to perform munitions accounting, computations, and research. Stores, maintains, assembles, issues, and delivers assembled nonnuclear
  • NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS CAREER FIELD

    1. Specialty Summary. Deploys, sustains troubleshoots and repairs voice, data and video network infrastructure and cryptographic equipment in a fixed and deployed environment. Sustains and operates systems through effective troubleshooting, repair, diagnostics and system performance analysis. Related DoD Occupational Subgroups: 115000. 2. Duties
  • Non-Prior Service Enlistment Requirements

    Procedures for Enlistment in the Air National Guard (Non Prior Service) After you have completed your junior year of high school and are at least 17 years of age (17-year-olds need parental consent), you may process for the Air National Guard. Call 1-800-236-4683 or (608) 245-4587 to schedule an appointment. Processing includes taking the Armed
  • Prior Service Requirements

    PROCEDURES FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE AIR NATIONAL GUARD (PRIOR SERVICE) *There is no obligation until the day of enlistment when the Oath is taken* 1. Call the Wisconsin Air National Guard Recruiting Office at 1-800-236-4683 or 608-245-4587  to schedule an appointment for an initial interview. 2. To be eligible: - You must be able to complete 20 good
  • Promotions: September 2009

      Charles Allen   Dennis Noltner   Mark Atkins Jeffery Davis Leroy Depas Vaughn Haley   Matthew Haske Jose Irizarry Charlie Klaus
  • PUBLIC AFFAIRS CAREER FIELD

    The Public Affairs Career Field encompasses the total spectrum of the Air Forces human communication activities. The functions are designed to facilitate communication flow between the Air Force and the general public, as well as active duty Air Force members, Reserve components, civilian employees, and dependents. Public Affairs personnel are
  • PUBLIC HEALTH CAREER FIELD

    1. Specialty Summary. Manages and performs public health activities and programs. Included are food safety and security inspection; sanitation; medical entomology programs; vector borne, communicable, and occupational disease prevention and control; public health medical readiness activities; and promoting and providing health education and
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115FW Aircraft

MUSTANG
1948-1952 F-51D "Mustang"  
F-86A SABER
1953-1954 F-86 "Sabre"
F-89 SCORPION
1955-1966 F-89 "Scorpion"
F-102 DELTA DAGGER
1966-1974 F-102 "Delta Dagger"
O-2A DELTA DAGGER
1974-1979 O-2A "Skymaster"
OA-37 DRAGONFLY
1979-1981 OA-37 "Dragonfly"
A-10 THUNDERBOLT II
1981-1992 A-10 "Thunderbolt II"