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  • 100% Scholarship

    Self-improvement is a way of life for Air National Guard members. That is why the Air National Guard offers you money for college! The Air National Guard's financial assistance programs can lead you down the road to a satisfying career with a bright future! As an Air National Guardsman, you'll be gaining valuable work experience, while preparing
  • 112th Fighter Squadron Patch History

    The history of the 112th Fighter Squadron dates back to Feb. 24, 1954 when the unit submitted a formal request to change the old emblem representing the 112th Bombardment Squadron to a new emblem that would represent the newly formed 112th Fighter-Bomber Squadron. The new emblem was officially approved and became federally recognized on March 9,
  • 180th Fighter Wing History

    Today’s 180th FW was formed in October 1995, but its origins stretch back to Aug. 18, 1917 when the 112th Aero Squadron was organized as a supply unit at Kelly Field in San Antonio, Texas. Ten years later in 1927,the 112th moved to the Cleveland Hopkins Airport, Ohio where they became known as the 112th Observation Squadron flying a wide range of
  • 180th Fighter Wing Patch History

    The origins of the 180th Fighter Wing's organizational emblem date back to June 22, 1964 when the unit held a group wide design contest in search of a design that could be used to symbolically represent the newly formed 180th Tactical Fighter Group. The emblem was approved and became recognized federally on October 15, 1962. In accordance with Air
  • Commissioning Guide

    Requirements for Commissioning· Must be at least 18 years old and a U.S. citizen · Must be commissioned before the age of 35 · Must meet medical and fitness requirements (after selection must have a commissioning physical) · Must possess a baccalaureate or higher degree · Must obtain a minimum scores on the Air Force Officers Qualification Test
  • Frequently Asked Questions

    How do I enlist?Contact our recruiters at 1-800-495-4250 or via email for information or to schedule an appointment.You can visit our Careers page for more information on enlistment, earning a commission and other requirements.Are there fulltime career opportunities at the 180th?The Ohio National Guard has two emloyment programs for military job
  • Maintenance Group

    The men and women of the 180th maintenance group are tasked with the responsibility of maintaining the unit's assigned aircraft and equipment in a flying and fighting condition. Experts in the fields of: Aircraft Mechanics, Support Equipment Mechanics, Welders, Munitions Experts, Electronics/Avionics Technicians, Weapons Technicians, Painters, Wheel/Tire Mechanics, Sheet Metal Workers, Jet Engine Mechanics, Pneudraulic Mechanics and Non-Destructive Inspectors, all take pride in supporting the motto: "No aircraft turns a wheel until we turn a wrench". 
  • Medical Group

    The goal of the Medical Group is to provide the medical/technical training necessary to maintain optimum readiness with the ability to augment existing fixed and field medical facilities upon mobilization. The 180th Medical Group also provides the material support needed to maintain the highest possible degree of combat readiness and effectiveness
  • Mission Support Group

    The 180th Mission Support Group (MSG) provides world-class wartime and peacetime mission support of deployment operations, construction, facility maintenance, security, contracting, communications and information services, supply, transportation, personnel support, and services for the 180th Fighter Wing. COMMUNICATIONS FLIGHT The mission of the
  • Operations Group

    Operations GroupThe 180th Operations Group is home to the 112th Fighter Squadron and the 180th Operations Support Flight which directly support the Air Sovereignty Alert mission and daily flying training in the F-16C Fighting Falcon. The primary mission of the 180th Operations Group is to provide a combat ready Fighter Squadron capable of employing


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