- The Air National Guard. Gross, Charles J. // Airpower Journal;Winter96, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p59
Focuses on the US Air National Guard (ANG). Responsibilities during peacetime; Foundation on September 18, 1947; Rationale behind its creation; Typical missions; Innovations of significance for the ANG; Challenges facing the ANG; Outlook for the future.
- Fairchild delivers first two C-26As to Air National Guard. Shifrin, C.A. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;4/24/1989, Vol. 130 Issue 17, p36
Reports that Fairchild Aircraft Corp. has delivered the first two C-26A operational support transport aircraft to the Air National Guard. The C-26A is a derivative of the Fairchild Metro 3 turboprop. Contract; Deliveries; Aircraft specifications and operations.
- Strategic airlift mission. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/8/1985, Vol. 123 Issue 2, p46
The Air National Guard is resuming a strategic airlift mission in the Defense Department total force concept as its 105th Military Airlift Group converts from Cessna O-2As to Lockheed C-5As this month.
- Evaluating guard training. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/8/1985, Vol. 123 Issue 2, p65
A modified approach to flight training for low-level fighter and attack operations, proposed by a US Air National guard fighter weapons school instructor, is under evaluation by the Air Force for possible adaptation to its own training programs.
- Air National Guard deployments. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/8/1985, Vol. 123 Issue 2, p55
The Air National Guard deployed LTV Aerospace A-7s from the Iowa and South Dakota Air National Guard units to RAF Waddington air base, just south of Lincoln, England, to determine the ability of guard units to meet European operational requirements.
- Air National Guard deploys to Germany. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/8/1985, Vol. 123 Issue 2, p58
12 Air National Guard/Fairchild A-10s from the Maryland Air National Guard's 175th Tactical Fighter Group, island-hopped to a North German air base without using aerial refueling, to validate a concept they may be required to execute in wartime if aerial tankers are not available.
- How low can they go? Boswell, Tom // E: The Environmental Magazine;Sep/Oct96, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p22
Reports on the Air National Guard's announcement of its plan to expand its training grounds into southwestern Wisconsin. Protest against the plan; Reputation of the area's natural attractions; Comments of Ho-Chunk Ona Whitewing; Contact information.
- ReserveNet Changes to ARCNet, Welcomes Air National Guard. // Citizen Airman: The Official Magazine of the Air National Guard ;Dec2009, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p9
The article reports on the establishment of ARCNet resources following a year of coordination between the U.S. Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard (ANG), which aims to provide a standard ancillary training program for ANG members.
- Stories from the Front. Roberts, Chuck // Airman;Apr2005, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p32
Relates the experiences of four members of the U.S. Air National Guard who have been tasked to provide security for military and civilian convoys in Iraq. Survival of the Guardmen during an ambush incident; Casualties of the ambush incident; Manner by which the Guardmen are coping with the war.