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tab101 ARW Mission Statement 
Deploy and employ air refueling, airlift, aerospace expeditionary forces and expeditionary combat support forces to ongoing military operations worldwide.Provide air refueling to United States Strategic Command to support Global StrikeOperational Plan taskings. The Northeast Tanker Task Force plans and executes the air refueling portion of fighter and cargo aircraft movements to and from Europe and Southwest Asia. Ground support services contribute to aircraft movement velocity objectives of the Department of Defense and US Allies. Provide logistical and support services to the community and State of Maine in the event of natural disasters or as directed by the Governor.
tab101 ARW Vision Statement 
To be a world-class organization, inspiring all to achieve their full potential, while building on the MAINEiac tradition of excellence, teamwork and commitment to themission.
tabMeANG Environmental Commitment Statement 
The Maine Air National Guard is committed to a sustainable environment as one of our core competencies balanced with our mission. The organization will help ensure its future by using resources to meet current missions without compromising the ability of future airmen. Mission execution within the framework of a sustainable environment extends the culture of peer accountability. The following concepts and strategies guide the environmental management program for all members of the 101st Air Refueling Wing:

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The Maine Air National Guard base in Bangor is home to the 101st Air Refueling Wing, affectionately known as the ' MAINEiacs'. The 101ARW is located at the Bangor International Airport with additional geographically separated units in South Portland and in Augusta. The 101st provides 24 hour air and ground refueling for many aircraft whose destination takes them across the Atlantic. 

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