This page is designated for members of the Nevada Air National Guard and their families. It features links to available resources.
Our members and their families will be considered in our every endeavor. As stated by The Adjutant General, “This system must function! We must provide family support so deployed service members can maintain mission focus. Staying focused saves lives.”
The Nevada Air National Guard recognizes that our members are our greatest asset. Additionally, we understand that the service to our state and nation demands a great deal of time from our members. These demands dramatically increase during deployments and can place additional requirements and stress on the members and their families. We must ensure that our members have support before, during and after each deployment. Additionally utilizing the wingman concept will enhance our airmen’s resiliency.
Meet Service Members/Families’ Needs – Engaged members and their families through key volunteer programs and the member’s families themselves.
Care For Members – Relentlessly provide feedback, development and mentorship to our members in order to develop world-class leadership and talent.
Technician, AGR & ADOS Announcements:
It pays to stay in the Guard
By Chief Master Sgt. Michael Nelan,
152nd Maintenance Group
Suppose you went to a job interview at a local company and told them, “I would love to work here, but I only want to work two days a month and a couple of weeks per year, and, by the way, I also want you to pay for my college education and offer a pension plan that’s worth a million dollars when I retire!” I would imagine the interview wouldn’t last too long as the interviewer showed you the door. However, if you’re talking to a Nevada Air National Guard (NVANG) recruiter, they’ll welcome you with open arms and show you multiple career opportunities. Retention of well-qualified Airmen is a high priority for the Wing, so it’s important to stress the value that each and every Airman brings to the fight. If you’re someone who is considering leaving the Guard after your first or second enlistment, take a long, hard look at the benefits of staying in.
There are great benefits for members of the NVANG.
We all joined the Nevada Air National Guard for various reasons. Whether we wanted serve our country, be a part of something bigger than ourselves, pay for college, learn a valuable skill, or open the door to new opportunities, it pays to be a member and it pays to stay in the Guard!
Become a High Roller in the Nevada Air Guard!
The 152nd Airlift Wing is home of the world-renowned High Rollers, a premier Combat Airlift wing that offers the most breathtaking and challenging low-level flying in the lower 48. Our Wing operates 8 C-130 H3 aircraft at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, tasked to provide on demand Combat Airlift and Airdrop both stateside and in support of global combat and humanitarian contingencies. In addition, the 152nd Airlift Wing flies MAFFS missions (Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System) in support of the US Forestry Service’s firefighting efforts.
Reno offers a myriad of adventures. Outdoor family activities are on the doorstep of town: Lake Tahoe, 18 ski resorts, hundreds of mountain biking and hiking trails, countless lakes, perfect for fishing and boating, and the Truckee River flowing through downtown Reno.
Reno embodies the spirit of Nevada and the Old West, minutes away from Virginia City and the State Capitol, Carson City. The unique nightlife differs from anything you can find in the state with a wide range of emerging restaurants, craft breweries, collegiate and AAA sporting events.
There's no shortage of annual events in the area: Reno Air Races, Reno Rodeo, Reno-Tahoe Open, Balloon Races, Hot August Nights, Street Vibrations and the world-famous Rib Cook-off. There are countless year-round recreational/competitive events in the area; cycling, running, skiing and triathlons to name a few. Northern Nevada is home to world-class hunting, fishing and golfing, all within easy driving of town. All of these making Reno an ideal place to raise a family. Please email to find out how to become aircrew on the Hercules today.
Pilot Boards are usually held annually, with dates posted on this website and on Bogidope.com. Applications are due 45 days prior. Combat System’s Officer applicants may apply at any time, as boards are typically held bi-annually.
Pilot and CSO (Navigator) positions: 152.OG.Officer.Hiring@us.af.mil
Engineer positions: email@example.com
Loadmaster positions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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