U.S. Air Force Drill Team at Joint Base Andrews air show

Joint Base Andrews is home to Air Force District of Washington's 316th Wing -- the base's host wing -- with several partner units on base including Air Mobility Command's 89th Airlift Wing, Air Force Reserve Command's 459th Air Refueling Wing, D.C. Air National Guard's 113th Wing, the Naval Air Facility, and Army and Marine Corps detachments.

316th Wing

316th WingThe 316th Wing is the host wing for Joint Base Andrews providing security, personnel, contracting, finance and infrastructure support for 6 Wings, 2 Headquarters and more than 80 tenant organizations, as well as 40,000 Airmen and families in the National Capital Region and around the world. The 316th Wing supports contingency operations in our nation's capital with immediate response rotary-assets. It also provides security for the world's highest visibility flight line. Visit their website and read the wing's full fact sheet. 

316th Wing Staff Agencies

• Command Post
• Community Support
• Drug Demand Reduction Program
Equal Opportunity
• Historian
• Information Protection
• Inspector General
Judge Advocate
• Plans and Readiness
• Protocol
Public Affairs
Sexual Assault Prevention & Response

• SparkX Cell

316th Mission Support Group 
316th Force Support Squadron
• 316th Civil Engineer Squadron
316th Contracting Squadron
• 316th Logistics Readiness Squadron
316th Medical Group

• 316th Dental Squadron
• 316th Medical Squadron
• 316th Medical Support Squadron
• 316th Medical Operations Squadron
• 316th Aerospace Medical Squadron
• 316th Surgical Squadron

316th Operations Group

• 316th Operations Support Squadron
1st Helicopter Squadron

316th Security Forces Group

• 316th Security Forces Squadron
• 316th Security Support Squadron
• 816th Security Forces Squadron



89th Airlift Wing

89th Airlift WingThe 89th Airlift Wing is responsible for worldwide special air mission airlift, logistics and communications support for the president, vice president, cabinet members, combatant commanders and other senior military and elected leaders. Read the wing's full fact sheet.

113th Wing D.C. Air National Guard

113th Wing D.C. Air National Guard patch Operated by the District of Columbia Air National Guard, the 113th Wing is unique among all Air National Guard. Known as the "Capital Guardians," the wing provides air sovereignty forces to defend the nation's Capital, and also provides fighter, airlift and support forces capable of local, national and global employment. For more information, visit the 113th Wing's website and factsheet.

459th Air Refueling Wing

459th Air Refueling Wing patchThe 459th Air Refueling Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Wing in the National Capital Region. The 459th recruits, trains and equips its 1,300 Citizen Airmen to fly and maintain the KC-135 Stratotanker to help the Air Force protect its interests in air and space power. The Wing's mission is to provide unsurpassed air refueling and agile combat support from our nation's Capital to the world! Visit its website and fact sheet page to learn more.

Air Force District of Washington

Air Force District of Washington AFDW is the parent command to the 316th Wing and the 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.

ANG Readiness Center
Air National Guard Readiness Center patch The Air National Guard Readiness Center is responsible for ensuring ANG Field Units are properly resourced to train and equip for State and Federal missions across the entire spectrum of Military Operations. They also provide unparalleled Wingman support sustaining ANG Airmen throughout the entire mission duration/career. By and with the States; Shape an ANG Leadership "Bench" highly capable of developing and executing corporate strategy in a transformational environment. To view the official site of the Air National Guard Readiness Center, click here.
Naval Air Facility Washington

NAF shieldThe Naval Air Facility Washington, D.C., is one of only five Navy Reserve bases in the United States. Its objective is to ensure Navy reservists have full access to the most current weapons systems available. NAF Washington has consolidated the functions of an Air Facility, a Naval Operational Support Center, and a Readiness Command under the umbrella of NAFW to ensure Navy Reservists mobilization is effective and efficient. The NAFW mission is to provide training and readiness support for four Navy squadrons, two aviation detachments, and 133 reserve units - consisting of more than 3,900 personnel. For more information on NAF Washington's history, click here.

CAP Andrews Composite SQ

Civil Air Patrol Andrews Composite SquadronAndrews Composite Squadron DC033, is  part of the Civil Air Patrol National Capital Wing.  The Civil Air Patrol is a U.S. Air Force auxiliary component.