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  • 101 ARW RECRUITERS - BENEFITS

    benefits. . . and there are many! $ Money $ * Educational Benefits * Paid Training * Retirement * More ! *--To determine YOUR eligibility for the most current and up to date benefit information, please see your local Air Guard Recruiter! money. . . You'll earn excellent pay for working only one weekend per month (see your recruiter for YOUR
  • 101 ARW RECRUITING DO YOU QUALIFY?

    Non-Prior Service Requirements (If you've never been in any military service): -At least 17 years old (with parental or guardian consent), and not older than 34 -High school senior, graduate, or equivalent - US citizen -No personal history of major law violations or illegal drug use -Be in good health, to include meeting height and weight standards
  • 101 ARW RECRUITING OFFICER APPLICATION

    Preparing an Officer Application Package for entrance into the Maine Air National Guard PLEASE NOTE: you will need to download a viewer in order to read the .xfd files.   You can obtain it here. This information is provided to assist you in preparing your Officer Application Package. Here are some links that will be helpful for you to prepare your
  • 101st Air Refueling Wing History

    The first Air National Guard Unit to be organized in Maine was the Headquarters,101st Fighter Group, which was a component of the 67th Fighter Wing with Headquarters at Logan Airport, Boston, Massachusetts. The 101st Fighter Group was federally recognized on 4 February 1947 with station at Camp Keyes, Augusta, Maine. Additional units of the 101FG
  • 24 HOUR SPACE AVAILABLE RECORDING

    24 Hour Space Available Recording: (207) 404-7018, DSN 698-7018 Fax: (207) 404-7781, DSN 698-7781 Confirmation of Manifest: (207) 404-7612, DSN 698-7612 General Information A. Space available air transportation is a privilege extended to active duty military members, Department of Defense (DoD) civilians, retired military personnel, and their
  • 243 EIS More...

    In July of 1981, the unit changed to its current designation as the 243rd Engineering Installation Squadron under the Air Force Communications Command (AFCC), with a complement of 11 officers and 171 airmen. In May 1993, the squadron became part of the Air Force Command, Control, Communications and Computers Agency (AFC4A), the new designation for
  • 265th CBCS more....

    If you're interested in learning more about our beautiful state, check out the State of Maine Home Page. This site has everything you would ever want to know about the great State of Maine. The 265th Combat Communications Squadron was activated on 31 October 1950, as the 104th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron (Type F), under the command of
  • ACE CAMP

    Ace Camp is a one-week overnight summer aviation education camp for middle and high school students which is co-sponsored by the FAA, and hosted by the Maine Air National Guard along with many other organizations. This program is designed to provide students with a wide range of aviation career exploration experiences. This one-week summer program
  • Brig Gen Philip E. Tukey Charitable & Educational Trust

    BACKGROUND: The Brig Gen Philip E. Tukey Charitable & Educational Trust was founded by family of Brigadier General Philip E. Tukey (deceased) to provide Maine Air National Guard members and their dependants, depicting a need and desire to advance their education at an institution of higher learning, assistance toward tuition and costs.      The
  • Civil Air Patrol

    The Maine Air National Guard is fortunate to have a Civil Air Patrol (CAP) squadron on base. The Bangor-Brewer Squadron meets every Wednesday night in Building 510 from 6:00pm -9:00pm. The members of the Bangor Squadron assist the Maine Emergency Management Agency during natural disasters and exercises, perform missions for the United States Air
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