Wing Highlights

Texas Military Department members and more than a dozen grandchildren of former President George H.W. and Barbara Bush gather near the Bush Library in College Station to remember his life and legacy, June 15, 2019. (Texas Air National Guard Video by Amn Charissa Menken)
(Left to right) Senior Master Sgt. Thomas Criger, Staff Sgt. Thomas Criger, Jr., and Staff Sgt. Calvin Criger showcase the inside of a C-130 Hercules to Thomas Jr.’s daughter, Alice, during the 136th Airlift Wing’s 2018 holiday party. Thomas Jr., and Calvin spent their entire life watching their father serve in the Air Force and now both serve beside their father within the wing. (Courtesy photo)
The 136th Communications Squadron’s Infrastructure NCOIC, Master Sgt. Patrick O’Conner, studies new placards on the 136th Airlift Wing’s Monument of Honor May 22, 2019, following a rededication ceremony at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Amn Charissa Menken)
Airmen and C-130 Hercules aircraft, assigned to the 136th Airlift Wing, Texas Air National Guard, arrived at Powidz Air Base, Poland. They are participating in bilateral training with the Polish air force during Aviation Rotation 19.1, in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve. During the rotation the U.S. Air Force and Polish air forces will conduct training focused on maintaining joint readiness while building interoperability. Through strengthened relationships and engagements with our allies, the United States and NATO demonstrate their shared commitment to a peaceful, stable and secure Europe.
Short-form video production featuring the contestants and categories included in the Texas Best Warrior Competition 2019.
Chief Master Sgt. LaTasha Mitchell, 136th Airlift Wing command chief, talks with Airmen and pre-basic training Airmen during a mentorship luncheon here March 24, 2019 at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas, where she serves as the first female command chief in the wing’s history

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136th Airlift Wing Commander

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


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Spark Tank

CALLING ALL INNOVATORS! Present your innovative idea to a panel of Spark Tank judges for a chance to take your idea to the next level. Presenting your innovative ideas can improve wing readiness, training, efficiency, defense and beyond. Be creative, but brief – you’ll only have a few minutes to sell your idea to the judges. Stay tuned for the next Spark Tank event, coming to a wing near you.



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