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Air National Guard[edit]

The Air National Guard is not assigned to the United States Air Force except when called to active duty. The 113th Wing is not currently called to active duty, I believe. The links may provide more information on this for you. I'll wait for a response before editing the wing infobox again. --Lineagegeek (talk) 22:39, 28 August 2014 (UTC)

You're misunderstanding the nature of active duty and the National Guard. Like the Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard units are always assigned to an Air Force command regardless of whether they are on active duty or not. The changes is whether they are assigned to an active air wing or the force pool. Regardless, they are always part of the Air Force.

All units of the Air National Guard are part of there state National Guard and the Air National Guard of the United States. This not changed by inactive duty status as airmen hold status as airmen and militamen.

The term "branch" refers to the Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, or Coast Guard. The Air National Guard of the United States is "component" of the US Air Force. In terms of the infobox, "U.S. Air Force" is what applies to the "branch" section. --Srithikdatta

I presume you have read what Cuprum said on his talk page. If you believe that Air National Guard units are always assigned to an Air Force Command, you are mistaken. Air Force Reserve units are assigned to Air Force Reserve Command. Mobilization orders are in place that state which command the units of either are assigned to if mobilized. When they are not mobilized, they are assigned to the State (or in this case District) National Guard. Since the Air National Guard reports to the National Guard Bureau, not Headquarters, United States Air Force or the Department of the Air Force, I don't see that its "branch" is the Air Force or that it is a "component" of the Air Force. --Lineagegeek (talk) 21:06, 29 August 2014 (UTC)

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