With approximately 4,000 members, the Pennsylvania Air National Guard (PaANG), a reserve component of the United States Air Force, plays an important role in the nation's defense and supporting the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in times of need.
Programs and operations for the Pennsylvania Air National Guard are overseen by the deputy adjutant general Air (DAG-Air) based at Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, Pa. The DAG-Air monitors the organization, training and equipping of Pennsylvania s three wings, located at six separate bases across the commonwealth, to insure both federal and state missions are efficiently and successfully accomplished. The three wings are:
In addition to flying operations, the three PaANG wings command several Geographically Separated Units (GSUs) providing combat support capability in the areas of engineering, communication, air traffic control, weather forecasting, close air support and other air mission disciplines.
111th Attack Wing
171st Air Refueling Wing
193rd Special Operations Wing
Joint Force Headquarters PaANG
Bldg. S-0-47, Fort Indiantown Gap
Annville, PA 17003
Phone: (717) 861-8552
Fax: (717) 861-8623