136AW Personnel Specialists Train in Spangdahlem

136AW Personnel Specialists Train in Spangdahlem


136AW Services Train at Spangdahlem AFB, Germany

136AW Services Train at Spangdahlem AFB, Germany


Tech. Sgt. Tambria Pritchett, a dental technician from the Texas Air National Guard’s 136th Medical Group, inspects the teeth of a patient June 20, 2018, at one of four health-care clinics in Eastern Kentucky. Members of the Air National Guard and U.S. Navy Reserve are conducting Operation Bobcat, which provides military health-care troops with critical training in logistics and field operations while providing lasting benefits to the civilian community. The clinics offer no-cost medical screenings; dental cleanings, fillings and extractions; vision exams and no-cost eyeglasses. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Lynn Means) Tech. Sgt. Tambria Pritchett, a dental technician from the Texas Air National Guard’s 136th Medical Group, inspects the teeth of a patient June 20, 2018, at one of four health-care clinics in Eastern Kentucky. Members of the Air National Guard and U.S. Navy Reserve are conducting Operation Bobcat, which provides military health-care troops with critical training in logistics and field operations while providing lasting benefits to the civilian community. The clinics offer no-cost medical screenings; dental cleanings, fillings and extractions; vision exams and no-cost eyeglasses. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Lynn Means)

136th Medical Group treats underserved communities


A Visit from Mrs. Rice A Visit from Mrs. Rice

A Visit from Mrs. Rice


DANG visits the 136th Airlift Wing DANG visits the 136th Airlift Wing

DANG visits the 136th Airlift Wing


Supporting hidden warriors: Second Lady Karen Pence visits DFW military spouses Supporting hidden warriors: Second Lady Karen Pence visits DFW military spouses

Supporting hidden warriors: Second Lady Karen Pence visits DFW military spouses


136th Airlift Wing

Our Vision

"Nulli Secundus" - Second to none, to be the superior global team of choice.
- be the premier airlift team of choice

Our Values

We live our core values as Citizen Airmen. We value the support of our families, retirees, employers, and friends. We are determined to serve honorably and to remain worthy of the great men and women who join us.

Our Goals

Best Airmen - Highly trained, highly motivated, and highly skilled Airmen. Maintain superior morale, trust, teamwork, and esprit des corps by promoting professional education, taking care of people and rewarding their hard work

Mission Ready - Enable combatant commanders, exceed standards, achieve highest scores on inspections, meet peacetime and wartime expectations

Seek Emerging Missions - Aggressively pursue Active Associate status, engage elected representatives, achieve center of excellence status for flight and emergency management training; acquire new aircraft and missions

CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES

Interested in contracting with the 136th Airlift Wing?

Register in the System for Award Management (SAM)
Search the website of Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps or FBO)
Periodically check the "Contracting Opportunities" section of the 136th Airlift Wing website

For more information, email the Base Contracting Office at usaf.ms.136-aw.mbx.contracting@mail.mil.

COMMANDER'S PRIORITIES

RECRUITING

State of Texas

Contact Us

200 Hensley Avenue
Fort Worth, Texas 76127-1672 

Recruiting - Master Sgt. David Jeter
817.852.3299/ 3230/ 3228/ 3288

Public Affairs - 0700 to 1630
usaf.tx.136-aw.mbx.pa@mail.mil
817.852.3344
DSN: 874.3344

For after hours PA EMERGENCY
and immediate needs call:
817.825.4079

Family Readiness Group
817.852.3558

Voting Assistance Officer
Lt. Col. James Castleman
www.fvap.gov

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