Wing Highlights

Tech. Sgt. Joshua Porter, 136th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintainer, shows little signs of slowing during one of the final obstacle course events during the Texas National Guard’s 2019 Best Warrior Competition at Camp Swift, Texas, February 28, 2019. Along with the obstacle course, the four- day event put competitors through demanding physical and mental tests including a physical fitness test, nighttime land navigation, marksmanship drills, formal board interviews and written exams. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Bryan Swink)
(Center) Col. Christopher McGraw, 136th Airlift Wing incoming commander, assumes command of the wing from Maj. Gen. Dawn Ferrell, Texas Air National Guard commander, during a change of command ceremony here January 26, 2019. McGraw comes to the wing after serving as director of operations, where he was responsible to the TANG commander on all matters pertaining to the direct operational planning, training, deployment and employment of more than 3,000 Airmen in three flying wings and five geographically separated units.
Outstanding Airmen of the Year from the 136th Airlift Wing and 254th Combat Communications Group out of Dallas, Texas, pose with leadership and supporting members of their units after the Outstanding Airman of the Year ceremony January 13, 2019, held at Camp Mabry, Austin, Texas. Airman of the Year award recognizes outstanding Guardsmen for superior leadership, job performance, community involvement, and personal achievements.
Members of the 136th Airlift Wing's 181st Operations Squadron accepted an invite from Texas Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. John Nichols, to compete in the Texas National Guard BBQ competition at Camp Mabry, Texas, December 7, 2018.
Second Lady Karen Pence speaks with military spouses from all branches about experiences and challenges they face as wives and husbands of service members May 4, 2018, at the George W. Bush Presidential Center, Dallas, Texas. Pence visited other locations to speak with military spouses, including Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, and Yokota Air Base, Japan.
Master Sgt. Julie Brown and Staff Sgt. Michael Pate, both medical technicians from the Texas Air National Guard’s 136th Medical Group, test a patient's eye pressure June 21, 2018, at one of four health-care clinics in Eastern Kentucky. Members of the Air National Guard and U.S. Navy Reserve conducted Operation Bobcat, which provided military health-care troops with critical training in logistics and field operations giving lasting benefits to the civilian community. The clinics offer no-cost medical screenings; dental cleanings, fillings and extractions, vision exams and no-cost eyeglasses.

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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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