Arizona Air National Guard

Arizona Air National Guard

The Arizona Air National Guard (AZ ANG) is the air force militia of the State of Arizona, United States of America. It is, along with the Arizona Army National Guard, an element of the Arizona National Guard.

As state militia units, the units in the Arizona Air National Guard are not in the normal United States Air Force chain of command. They are under the jurisdiction of the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs unless they are federalized by order of the President of the United States. The Arizona Air National Guard is headquartered at the Joint Force Headquarters in Phoenix, and its commander is currently Major General Hugo E. Salazar.

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Arizona Air National Guard - History
... On 24 May 1946, the United States Army Air Forces, in response to dramatic postwar military budget cuts, imposed by President Harry S ... allocated inactive unit designations to the National Guard Bureau for the formation of an Air Force National Guard ... These unit designations were allotted and transferred to various State National Guard bureaus to provide them unit designations to re-establish them as Air National ...
195th Fighter Squadron - History - Arizona Air National Guard
195th designation was transferred from California to the Arizona Air National Guard ... unit was to train combat-ready pilots for the Air National Guard (Replacement Training Unit or RTU) ...

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