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The Air National Guard is administered by the National Guard Bureau, a joint bureau of the departments of the Army and Air Force, located in the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. It is one of the seven Reserve components of the United States armed forces that augments the active components in the performance of their missions.

Mission
The Air National Guard has both a federal and state mission. The dual mission, a provision of the U. S. Constitution, results in each guardsman holding membership in the National Guard of his or her state and in the National Guard of the United States.

Federal Mission
The Air National Guard's federal mission is to maintain well-trained, well-equipped units available for prompt mobilization during war and provide assistance during national emergencies (such as natural disasters or civil disturbances). During peacetime, the combat-ready units and support units are assigned to most Air Force major commands to carry out missions compatible with training, mobilization readiness, humanitarian and contingency operations such as Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Air National Guard units may be activated in a number of ways as prescribed by public law. Most of the laws may be found in Title 10 of the U.S. Code.

The Air National Guard provides almost half of the Air Force's tactical airlift support, combat communications functions, aeromedical evacuations and aerial refueling. In addition, the Air National Guard has total responsibility for air defense of the entire United States.

State Mission
When Air National Guard units are not mobilized or under federal control, they report to the governor of their respective state, territory (Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands) or the commanding general of the District of Columbia National Guard. Each of the 54 National Guard organizations is supervised by the adjutant general of the state or territory. Under state law, the Air National Guard provides protection of life, property and preserves peace, order and public safety. These missions are accomplished through emergency relief support during natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes and forest fires; search and rescue operations; support to civil defense authorities; maintenance of vital public services and counterdrug operations.

114th Fighter Wing - Sioux Falls, S.D. (F-16) 

115th Fighter Wing - Madison, Wis. (F-16, RC-26) 

124th Fighter Wing - Boise, Idaho (A-10C) 

129th Rescue Wing - Moffett Field, Calif. (MC130P, HH-60G)

132nd Wing - Des Moines, Iowa (F-16) 

138th Fighter Wing - Tulsa, Okla. (F-16) 

140th Wing - Buckley AFB, Colo. (F-16) 

142nd Fighter Wing - Portland, Ore. (F-15)

144th Fighter Wing - Fresno Air National Guard Base, Calif. (F-15)

148th Fighter Wing - Duluth, Minn. (F-16)

163rd Reconnaissance Wing - March Joint Air Reserve Base, Calif (MQ-1)

183rd Fighter Wing - Springfield, Ill. (AOC)