Joint Base Andrews Fact Sheets

 

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316th Wing

89th Airlift Wing

Joint Base Andrews History

Lieutenant General Frank M. Andrews

NAF Washington History

Reporting Sexual Assault

Transition Assistance Program

Air Force District of Washington

Air Force District of Washington AFDW is the parent command to the 316th Wing and 844th Communications Group at Joint Base Andrews, Md., and the 11th Wing at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C. AFDW provides personnel and support for Air Force activities within the National Capital Region (NCR) and approximately 33,000 Airmen and civilians performing duties in more than 500 locations across more than 100 countries. The 316th Wing provides base-level services for three headquarters, five wings, more than 80 tenant organizations, and 60,000 Airmen/family members in the NCR and globally. The 11th Wing is home to the U.S. Air Force Band and Honor Guard missions, and as the host unit, executes critical national security mission support for approximately 70 mission partners. Finally, the 844th Communications Group at Andrews provides communications, information technology systems, services and management to the Department of the Air Force, AFDW, the National Military Command Center, and their tenant units. For more information, visit AFDW's website and fact sheet.

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