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FACTSHEET | Oct. 3, 2016

Air National Guard Readiness Center

The Air National Guard Readiness Center's mission is to ensure that Air National Guard field units are properly resourced to train and equip for state and federal missions across the entire spectrum of military operations.  It also serves as a channel of communication between the National Guard Bureau and the states on Air National Guard operational activities. It also provides wingman support to the 105,700 ANG Airmen throughout the mission and their entire military careers.

It was established as the Air National Guard Support Center, and activated as a direct reporting unit in June 1979. In February 1991, its status was changed from a direct reporting unit to a field operating agency, until it was re-designated as the ANGRC June 1, 1992.

The ANGRC commander is responsible for four detachments and 23 operating locations with an authorized strength of nearly 750 military and civilian personnel.