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Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard
Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard
Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard
Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard
Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard
Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard
Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard
Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard
Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard
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Presentation Overviewing the Air National Guard

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For anyone wanting to know more about the Air National Guard. I should indicate that I am not of the Air National Guard, but the Air Force. I tried to be as faithful as possible in representing the …

For anyone wanting to know more about the Air National Guard. I should indicate that I am not of the Air National Guard, but the Air Force. I tried to be as faithful as possible in representing the ANG.

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  • Mission: The Air National Guard has both a federal and state mission. The dual mission, a provision of the U. S. Constitution, results in each guardsman holding membership in the National Guard of his or her state and in the National Guard of the United States. Federal Mission : The Air National Guard's federal mission is to maintain well-trained, well-equipped units available for prompt mobilization during war and provide assistance during national emergencies (such as natural disasters or civil disturbances). During peacetime, the combat-ready units and support units are assigned to most Air Force major commands to carry out missions compatible with training, mobilization readiness, humanitarian and contingency operations such as Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Air National Guard units may be activated in a number of ways as prescribed by public law. Most of the laws may be found in Title 10 of the U.S. Code. The Air National Guard provides almost half of the Air Force's tactical airlift support, combat communications functions, aeromedical evacuations and aerial refueling. In addition, the Air National Guard has total responsibility for air defense of the entire United States. State Mission : When Air National Guard units are not mobilized or under federal control, they report to the governor of their respective state, territory (Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands) or the commanding general of the District of Columbia National Guard. Each of the 54 National Guard organizations is supervised by the adjutant general of the state or territory. Under state law, the Air National Guard provides protection of life, property and preserves peace, order and public safety. These missions are accomplished through emergency relief support during natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes and forest fires; search and rescue operations; support to civil defense authorities; maintenance of vital public services and counterdrug operations.
  • Domestic emergency management doctrine is based on a tiered framework that originates at the local level and is progressively supported by additional response capability when needed. Since most emergencies are limited in scope and scale, this policy is generally successful. The benefits include rapid, efficient, and cost-effective responses meeting the needs of the American public for most situations. The bottom-up approach also encourages community resiliency and self-sufficiency at the local level. Regardless of the scale and scope of a disaster, four C2 options are available to our military and civilian leadership.
  • USERRA Allow employees to participate in military service Prompt reinstatement back into job following military service Accumulation of seniority, including pension plan benefits Reinstatement of health insurance Training or retraining of job skills, including accommodations for disabled Protection against discrimination
  • The Air Guard has also expanded its imagery intelligence capability through the use of Eagle Vision, which is a deployable commercial imagery downlink and exploitation system. This system provides valuable support to aircrew mission planning and targeting, as well as imagery support to natural disasters and terrorism. Other developing Air Force capabilities entrusted to the Air National Guard include the F-16 Theater Airborne Reconnaissance System and the C-130 SCATHE VIEW tactical imagery collection system. The Theater Airborne Reconnaissance System will be improved to provide near-real-time support to warfighter “kill-chain” operations in day-night, all weather conditions. SCATHE VIEW provides a near-real-time imaging capability to support humanitarian relief and non-combatant evacuation operations. To support signal intelligence collection requirements, the Air Guard continues to aggressively upgrade the SENIOR SCOUT platform. SENIOR SCOUT remains the primary collection asset to support the nation’s war on drugs and the Global War on Terrorism in the southern hemisphere.
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    • 1. SME Presentation
      • SSgt Niolet - BSI 425 - NDIC
      Air National Guard Background graphic by Andy Yacenda UNCLASSIFIED
    • 2. Mission Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED
      • Dual Mission Oriented as Decreed in Constitution
    • 3. Focus as of 2008 Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED
      • Cyber missions
        • Air National Guard ’s role
      • Air defense
        • Defining air defense requirements
        • Better funding base
      • State joint force headquarters
        • High priority for the adjutants general.
      • Total Force
        • Integrating with the Air Force
      • Homeland defense
        • Aligned with the NGB's joint requirements
      • Mission fit
        • Right mission for the right state
        • Can state recruit to the mission
        • Does it have an industrial base
      • Mission distribution guidelines
        • FEMA regions
    • 4. Structure Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED
      • 54 National Guard Organizations
        • 89 Flying Units
        • 579 Mission Support Units
      • 106,700 Officers and Enlisted Personnel
      • Budget this year is 9.2 Billion
      • Maintains 94% of US Alert Sites for Air Defense
      • Flew over 1,300 Sorties in 2010
    • 5. Organization Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED The John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007 National Defense Authorization Act of 2008
    • 6. Policy & Legal Issues Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED
    • 7. Cultural Issues Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED
      • Speaking Varied Languages
        • Army National Guard
        • Air Force
      • Employer / Military Relations
        • Greater Burdens Due to Economic Slump
    • 8. Challenges Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED
      • Finalizing Doctrine on C2
          • Putting it into Practice
      • Reorganizing Accordingly
          • Modernizing
      • Budgetary Issues
      • Quality of Life
      • Relieving Burdens on Employers
    • 9. Intelligence Support Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED
      • Supports U-2, Global Hawk, and Predator Collection Missions
      • Supports Eagle Vision Collection Missions
      • Supports Senior Scout Collection Missions
      • Supports Scathe View Collection Missions
      • Supports the F-16 Theater Airborne Reconnaissance System
      • Predator Missions were stood up in TX and AZ
    • 10. Assessment Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED
      • History has shown that the Air National Guard is a vital organization
      • Doing remarkably well despite position
      • Poised for the future
    • 11. Sources Air National Guard UNCLASSIFIED
      • Air National Guard, “Air National Guard Fact Sheet,” Air National Guard, http://www.af.mil/information/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=160 (accessed March 12, 2011)
      • Jeffery W. Burkett, “Command and Control: Command and Control of Military Forces in the Homeland,” Joint Force Quarterly , (December 2009).
      • NGA to an Executive Committee, “Letter,” NGA, http://www.nga.org/portal/site/nga/menuitem.cb6e7818b34088d18a278110501010a0/?vgnextoid=0a05e362c5f5d010VgnVCM1000001a01010aRCRD (accessed March 12, 2011)
      • Mike R. Smith, “Air Guard's Leaders Discuss Top Concerns at Midwest Summit,” National Guard Bureau, http://www.ng.mil/news/archives/2008/08/082608-midwest_summit.aspx (accessed March 12, 2011)
      • ESGR, Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) , (Arlington: ESGR, 2008).
      • Lt Gen Daniel James III, “Message from the Director,” ARNG, Not Dated, http://www.arng.army.mil/News/publications/Posture%20Statement/2007/james.htm (accessed March 12, 2011).

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