Vermont Air National Guard

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Vermont Air National Guard
Air National Guard.png
Active1946 - present
CountryUnited States
BranchAir National Guard
Role"To meet state and federal mission responsibilities."
NicknameGreen Mountain Boys
Flag of the Green Mountain BoysFlag of Vermont Republic.svg
Commanders
Civilian leadershipPresident Barack Obama
(Commander-in-Chief)
Michael B. Donley
(Secretary of the Air Force)
Governor Peter Shumlin
(Governor of the State of Vermont)
State military leadershipMajor General Michael Dubie
Insignia
USAF RoundelRoundel of the USAF.svg
Aircraft flown
FighterF-16C Fighting Falcon
 
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Vermont Air National Guard
Air National Guard.png
Active1946 - present
CountryUnited States
BranchAir National Guard
Role"To meet state and federal mission responsibilities."
NicknameGreen Mountain Boys
Flag of the Green Mountain BoysFlag of Vermont Republic.svg
Commanders
Civilian leadershipPresident Barack Obama
(Commander-in-Chief)
Michael B. Donley
(Secretary of the Air Force)
Governor Peter Shumlin
(Governor of the State of Vermont)
State military leadershipMajor General Michael Dubie
Insignia
USAF RoundelRoundel of the USAF.svg
Aircraft flown
FighterF-16C Fighting Falcon

The Vermont Air National Guard is the air force militia of the U.S. state of Vermont. It is, along with the Vermont Army National Guard, an element of the Vermont National Guard.

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Units

158th Fighter Wing

The 158th Fighter Wing was formed in 1946. From 1989 to 1997, the wing was an Air Defense Unit, with aircraft on 5-minute alert, seven days a week, 24 hours a day located in South Burlington, Vermont. The Vermont Air National Guard is part of the State of Vermont Military Department. Staff consists of Military Title 10 and Title 32 Active Duty, Reserve, Federal Technicians, Traditional Guardsman, State Employees, Federal Civilian and contractor personnel. State Headquarters is at Camp Johnson in Colchester, Vermont.[1]

Subordinate Units of the 158th Fighter Wing are:[1][2][3]

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References

  1. ^ a b Pike, John (21 August 2005). "158th Fighter Wing [158th FW"]. GlobalSecurity.org. http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/agency/usaf/158fw.htm. 
  2. ^ "Reserve activations: Air Force Reserve". CNN. 2001. http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/trade.center/reserve.activations.html. 
  3. ^ "Major General Michael D. Dubie". NG.mil. November 2009. http://www.ng.mil/ngbgomo/library/bio/1544.htm.