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  • 122nd Air Support Operations Squadron

    MissionThe mission of the 122 ASOS is to advise US Army and Army National Guard commanders on the capabilities and employment of air power, ensure its synchronization into the ground commanders battle plan, and provide terminal attack control for close air support missions. Provide quick response emergency communications to the state headquarters
  • 159th Communications Flight

    Commander:Maj Arthur B. Troncoso, III DSN: 457-8501 COM: 504-391-8501 E-MAIL: Arthur.Troncoso@lanewo.ang.af.mil The Information Systems Branch Chief of the 159th Communications Flight is managed by SMSgt Edward Magri (DSN: 457-8310, (504) 391-8310). This branch is comprised of the following functions: Information Resource Management Section, Local
  • 159th Fighter Wing History

    The Louisiana Air National Guard's 159th Fighter Wing, originally named the 122nd Observation Squadron, was formed in December 1940 at the New Orleans Municipal Airport, (currently known as Lakefront Airport). Two months later, with an assortment of 0-38s, 0-46s, 0-47s, 0-49s and BC-1As to fly, the unit was called to active service at Esler Field
  • 159th Logistics Readiness Squadron

    Flights- Supplyo Distribution Element o Systems Element o POL -  Transportation o Vehicle Maintenance Element o Traffic Management Office -  Readiness (formerly XP) CommanderLt Col Brian CallahanBrian.Callahan@lanewo.ang.af.milCommercial (504) 391-8374 or FAX (504) 391-8377 DSN 457-8374 or FAX 457-8377 Operations OfficerMaj Timothy
  • 159th Mission Support Flight

    MISSION TO PROVIDE QUALITY CUSTOMER SUPPORT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PERSONNEL, TRAINING, AND INFORMATION PROGRAMS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE LOUISIANA AIR NATIONAL GUARD, THEIR FAMILIES, AND OUR COMMUNITY. VISION THE 159TH MISSION SUPPORT FLIGHT WILL BE A HIGHLY TRAINED TEAM OF PERSONNEL DEDICATED TO BECOME THE ANG MODEL OF EXCELLENCE. WE WILL DEVELOP THIS
  • 159th Services Flight

    Mission Statement To ensure combat readiness through training, to provide customer driven quality of life programs and services to enhance military readiness for the 159th Fighter Wing. Vision Statement To train a team of professionals to provide programs and services that is customer orientated to guarantee quality of life while maintaining the
  • 236th Combat Communications Squadron

    FEDERAL MISSION -To provide operational ready equipment and personnel -To provide sustaining voice, record, and data communications to a deployed Air Wing in support of worldwide Air Force and Air Combat Command war and contingency plans to include support of NATO STATE MISSION -Respond to natural disasters, civil disorders, and other situations as
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