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ABOUT THE 194th WING

Lt. Gen. Stanley Clarke, director of the Air National Guard, visits the 194th Wing dining facility in 2015

Lt. Gen. Stanley Clarke, director of the Air National Guard, visits the 194th Wing dining facility in 2015

A tactical air control party specialist from the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron assesses the exercise battlefield during Exercise Cascade Warrior on Nov. 8 at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

A tactical air control party specialist from the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron assesses the exercise battlefield during Exercise Cascade Warrior on Nov. 8 at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Airmen jump out of a Chinook helicopter during Operation Husky Airborne

Airmen jump out of a Chinook helicopter during Operation Husky Airborne

The Washington Air National Guard's 194th Wing is headquartered at Camp Murray and consists of more than 1,000 citizen-airmen. Their mission sets involve both kinetic and non-kinetic operations and include sensitive missions that reside in the cyber domain. The 194th's cutting edge capabilities are well-suited to the threats our nation faces in the 21st Century.

Officially formed in 2006, the 194th Wing was the Air National Guard's first-ever non-flying operational wing and it is currently the Guard's newest wing. The Wing provides a diverse array of transformational capabilities that are critical to fighting and winning in overseas contingency operations around the world, and has a multitude of elite and distinctive career options. As Washington Air National Guardsmen, we are citizen-Airmen who have the unique opportunity to both defend our freedom overseas and to provide safety and security in any emergency that may arise back home.