Air National Guard Readiness Center

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Air National Guard Readiness Center
Air National Guard Readiness Center - Emblem.png
Air National Guard Readiness Center - Emblem
Active 1979-Present
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Role Field Operating Agency

The Air National Guard Readiness Center (ANGRC) is based at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, and performs operational and technical functions to ensure combat readiness of Air Force National Guard units and is a channel of communication between the National Guard Bureau and the states on Air Force National Guard operational activities.

The commander is responsible for four detachments and 23 operating locations with an authorized strength of 734 military and civilian personnel. Its mission is to provide service and support to the Air National Guard and help accomplish its total Air Force mission.

It was established as the Air National Guard Support Center, and activated as a direct reporting unit, on June 1, 1979. Effective February 5, 1991, its status was changed from a direct reporting unit to a field operating agency. It was re-designated as Air National Guard Readiness Center on June 1, 1992

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 This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the Air Force Historical Research Agency.

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