DCANG Home Page

District of Columbia Air National Guard website
September 11, 2001

Note the webpage was changed after 9/11
Here is the version before it was changed, the altered version is below
http://web.archive.org/web/20010205074600/www.dcandr.ang.af.mil/hq/index.htm

 

DCANG MISSION

To provide combat units in the highest possible state of readiness. We will support the Air Force and other DOD agencies. We will provide operational support to our local communities whenever possible.

DCANG VISION

To be the premier organization in the Air National Guard recognized as the benchmark for fulfilling our federal, state, and community missions.

 

altered version:
http://www.dcandr.ang.af.mil/aboutDCANG/mission.htm

About the DCANG

Mission & Vision
113th Wing Mission
Provide the Air Force with fighter, airlift and support units capable of world-wide deployment.

113th Wing Vision
Professionally recognized as the premier unit in the Air National Guard. Promote the growth and development of a cohesive force. Strengthen the partnership with the DC National Guard and local community. Perform new and challenging missions.

Headquarters Mission
Be the premier State Head Quarters in the Air National Guard, Critically linked to our units and influencing the future of the DCANG.

Headquarters Vision
To provide peacetime command and control and administrative mission oversight to support customers, DCANG units, and NGB in achieving the highest levels of readiness.


 

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